WWE fans don't want Vince McMahon!
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In recent days there has been an overwhelming return to talk of Vince McMahon, ever since there had been rumors of the possible sale of WWE to a third party, which in the end turned out to be Endeavor, the company that already owns Dana White's UFC.
After having formalized the agreement for the sale of 51% of the shares of his WWE, Vince McMahon would have returned to office as leader of the creative sector of the company, going to completely modify the script of Monday Night Raw, canceling and putting entire segments back on their feet, also live, as seen with Seth Rollins.
Of course, all this did not go down well with the fans of the company, with members of the WWE Universe starting to make their voices heard during the last episode of Nxt, the one that aired tonight, with the chant Fire Vince who stood up among the various compartments of the evening's audience.
Although WWE has attempted to lower the volume of the audience in editing, those who were present at the show wanted to confirm the departure of the choir, also reporting it on social media.
Damn I didn't hear it but apparently there was a "Fire Vince" chant on nxt tonight#WWENXT — Logan Nordine (@loganp2134) April 5, 2023
There was a "FIRE VINCE" chant on NXT!
#WWENXT — ?????? (@WrestlingCovers) April 5, 2023
Vince McMahon's nightmarish night on Raw
If Seth Rollins had been spotted talking to staff members, for a flying change to his segment, several other segments did not go on stage, such as that of Bad Bunny, all at the behest of the WWE Chairman.
As reported in the last few hours by Sean Ross Sapp of the Fightful website, in his paid daily update, Bad Bunny should have been the protagonist of a segment with SmackDown's LWO, right on the red show, but this was not the case.
The well-known journalist spoke of what happened as follows: "As mentioned already, there were plans to integrate with the LWO and they were cancelled, as was the Cody Rhodes backstage segment." In fact, several athletes and insiders would have remained quite embittered by the return of Vince McMahon, given that with Triple H everything went smoothly like oil, without second thoughts and continuous changes up to the live broadcast.