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Vince McMahon Made Significant Changes To This Week’s WWE RAW

Vince McMahon is the Executive Chairman of WWE and is often viewed as a larger-than-life personality. Vince McMahon is also known to get heavily involved in WWE’s Creative department occasionally, and it appears McMahon made multiple changes to RAW this week.

It was previously reported that Vince McMahon had to undergo life-altering spinal surgery, due to which Triple H was once again calling the shots in the Creative department at WWE.

However, fans noticed that there were many random changes to RAW this week and feared Vince McMahon was responsible for these. While speaking to Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer noted that Vince McMahon made multiple changes to RAW this week and that McMahon is back in the Creative department.

“Vince McMahon is back. He made multiple changes to the show tonight. There were also multiple changes made by (Paul) Levesque (Triple H) at the last minute.

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So if the show was – a lot of stuff wasn’t advertised on the show, most of it, and the reason is they were changing all day long. But Vince is back, Vince made significant changes to the show and I don’t know what the changes were, all I heard was they were probably changes for the better but there were many of them.

But Vince is back from his surgery leave, he was not in the chair, he was not [at the show], but he was involved in the production of the show.”

Nia Jax also returned on RAW this week and was WWE’s first hiring after Vince McMahon came back to power. Regardless, we’ll have to wait and see whether the company will continue to change now that Vince McMahon is back.

What do you think of Vince McMahon making changes to WWE Creative again? Are you fearing the worst now? Let us know in the comments!

September 12, 2023 6:24 am

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