Barrage of allegations
After a recent barrage of allegations, Vince McMahon retired at the age of 76, paving way for Triple H to assume creative responsibilities.
“I’m so happy I no longer have to worry about what Vince thinks,” said one fan, expressing delight with the change. Fans are hopeful that this week’s RAW portends a new era.
“I don’t think the future has ever been brighter. Social media platforms with WWE are enormous. It’s continuing to grow globally, and it grew so much from when we did it.
I love it, I’m a big fan now. The athleticism of these guys, they can do stuff that only a few of us even dreamed of back when I wrestled.
The women also are knocking it out of the park. A lot of them are working better than some of the men now.
His favorite memories
“Yeah. Some of the highlights with the horsemen and being with that elite group was a real honor and privilege. Of course, also slamming Yokozuna on July 4th at USS Intrepid was huge. The Lex Express also, and just the Monday Night Wars in general.
The big world title win over Hulk Hogan live on TV which nobody predicted. The crowd went berserk in Detroit that night. Just a lot of great memories.”