Vince McMahon retired from WWE last year, and then he spent few months doing his own thing. He was spotted out from time to time, but then he made headlines once again after muscling his way back into the Chairman seat on the company’s Board of Directors. He showed up at WWE RAW this week for the first time since this controversy erupted, and this brought a brand-new wave of attention.

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Vince McMahon was backstage to visit John Cena. He did not have any say in creative, but he was in Gorilla Position all night. Just his presence alone in Boston caused a lot of people to stand guard for him to take over once again.

According to Wrestle Votes, Vince McMahon was in a “pleasant mood” backstage at WWE RAW. This report also reiterated the previously reports that Mr. McMahon’s return to WWE RAW has nothing to do with stepping back into a creative role.


While Vince McMahon was in gorilla the entire show, and said to be in a pleasant mood, I’m told his presence backstage didn’t impact anything ‘script wise’ last night.

We’ll have to see what is going on with WWE in a few months. For all we know, the company could be in the hands of a new owner. The original timeline for company sale was the middle of 2023.

Vince McMahon could be at WrestleMania 39, but his presence has not been confirmed. We’ll have to see if his fingerprints are apparent, but we have no indication that he is calling any creative shots at this juncture.

Do you think Vince McMahon will take creative power back from Triple H? Sound off in the comments section to let us know your opinion on things!

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