Vince McMahon showed up on the RAW after WrestleMania and he tore the show apart, even making changes as the episode was live on the air. This week’s show airs in a matter of hours, and there are still a lot of questions around.

Vince McMahon was not around for SmackDown in Portland last week. It was reported that morale was much better with him not around. The jury is still out on this week’s RAW.

Sean Sapp reported a note behind Fightful’s paywall that said tonight’s episode of RAW is very much a wait and see situation. Vince McMahon had plans for SmackDown last week, which is why he wasn’t around. Things could change at the drop of a hat the moment he walks through the door.

WWE employees we spoke to were still in “wait and see” mode after Friday’s Smackdown, as Vince McMahon wasn’t there. However, we’re told McMahon had plans that were made before the WWE-Endeavor deal. We haven’t learned of his involvement tonight as of yet. 


Last week’s episode of WWE RAW did not come off all that great. “Fire Vince” trended on social media all week for a reason. That being said, he can still make loads of changes via a call without even showing up to the venue. As Ringside News reported, Endeavor is well aware that fans are upset that Vince McMahon is back.

Vince McMahon could very well make ripping up the RAW script another weekly tradition, just like Mr. McMahon did when he ran the company prior to his retirement. Only time will tell how this week’s episode of RAW turns out, but they certainly have our attention after last week’s cluster.

What’s your take on Vince McMahon coming back to take over WWE? Do you think he needs to stay away? Sound off in the comments!

Felix Upton

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