Jake Paul Runs Away From Danis Brawl In Video

Jake Paul ran away from the Logan Paul vs. Dillon Danis post fight brawl, as seen in a video below.




For several decades, the WWE was under the firm control of Vince McMahon, known for his authoritative grip on every aspect of the organization, down to the minutest details. McMahon, renowned for his unwavering leadership style, has never shied away from embracing changes, despite any opposing voices. Nevertheless, a recent shift in the dynamics of WWE’s creative decision-making process occurred, credited to the actions of Ari Emanuel.

Previously, insider rumors within the WWE suggested that Triple H, also recognized as “The Game,” had received a kind of endorsement from the company Endeavor, symbolizing his increased authority in steering all creative decisions within the organization. This development effectively granted Triple H full control over the creative aspects of WWE.

According to a comprehensive report by Sports Illustrated, the driving force behind the alteration was identified as Ari Emanuel, the influential CEO of Endeavor. Emanuel’s leadership philosophy, grounded in the principle of assigning tasks to the right individuals for optimal organizational effectiveness, was instrumental in reassigning McMahon’s creative oversight responsibilities. As a result, Triple H has assumed an elevated position of influence within WWE’s creative sphere, exemplifying the implementation of Emanuel’s management approach.

Multiple contacts within the WWE and UFC have confirmed that Ari Emanuel, who wields power as the Endeavor CEO, is behind the change. Emanuel has long been a firm believer that, in order for an organization to be as effective as possible, people need to do the job they are assigned. In this case, that approach has empowered Levesque to exert his full influence in the company’s creative sphere.

This significant transition signals a potential paradigm shift in WWE’s creative direction, presenting Triple H with newfound autonomy, free from the looming possibility of McMahon’s last-minute alterations. As WWE navigates through these transformative changes, the impact of this substantial shift in leadership dynamics remains to be seen, raising questions about the future prospects of WWE under this new creative direction.

Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

Related Articles

Latest Articles