Kayla Braxton has posted a new bedroom video where she dances on her bed, wondering why she’s still single.
Vince McMahon has been WWE Chairman since 1982 when he bought WWE from his father Vince Sr and his partners. McMahon saw quite a few changes in his company over the last few decades on top of that. All through that, the WWE Chairman continued to adapt to the changing times.
However, many fans now feel that he is out of touch and simply has no idea what is good for a WWE Superstar and their growth. The WWE Chairman is larger than life in many ways and he also has his own oddities and problems as well. He also threatened a WWE star in a recent gym video. Vince McMahon has been accused of an affair.
Vince McMahon has stepped down as CEO of WWE while the investigation is ongoing. His daughter, Stephanie McMahon, has since been moved into his position on an interim basis. McMahon is still in charge of creative for the company.
While speaking to MinnMax, former WWE producer Dan Ryckert criticized the meetings he had involving the corporate side of the company.
“These meetings and stuff, they feel like they’re straight out of a dumb comedy or something. Nobody could ever be this way.
“I remember, for instance, so we had this business partner when I first started, before the pandemic, and they would fly in these experts, these podcast marketing experts or whatever from Beverly Hills …
I got pulled into this room, and it’s this whole PowerPoint thing, and they’re trying to think of ways to do a podcast with the New Day. And the New Day, as a wrestling fan and a friend of those guys, I know what they’d like — the answer is, let them talk, because they are hilarious, and don’t screw with the rapport. We don’t have to overproduce this thing and muddy it up with all these segments and stuff … I remember a couple of the ideas where one of them, they said, ‘Now we here at [blank] have a mad hook-up with The Color Run people, and WWE crushes epic podcasts. So why don’t we use our mad hook-up and you, crushing your epic podcast, to make the most epic…’ And I was like, ‘Well, what does that mean?’”
h/t Wrestling Inc