WWE News: Vince McMahon Returning To WWE Raw, Next Week!
There will be ‘no chance in hell’ for anybody when WWE’s flagship show airs on this upcoming Monday Night. You guess it right. Vince McMahon returns to WWE Raw on the program’s next edition. The last time we saw was at back in January 2018 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of WWE Raw. He was also there on the auspicious occasion of Smackdown 1000th episode.
Now, he is coming back to address the current fiasco going around WWE Raw. The TV ratings for the show has hit an all-time low for the past several weeks. The situation has become so bad that WWE even addressed it on TV, last week. So, who better to rejuvenate things other than The Boss himself? WWE.com broke the news to the fans earlier today with the following statements,
“One week after Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins placed the blame for Monday Night Raw’s recent decline squarely on the shoulders of “General Manager-Elect” Baron Corbin, WWE Chairman, and CEO Mr. McMahon will return to the red brand to shake things up, WWE.com can confirm. With Mr. McMahon’s return imminent, however, Corbin could have a lot to answer for regardless of his position. How will The Chairman shakeup Monday Night Raw, and who will benefit — or suffer — as a result?”
As you can see WWE Raw is channeling a storyline angle where the blame goes on Baron Corbin for the recent decline in TV ratings. So his position will be in jeopardy when WWE TLC is over. We should note that the Lone Wolf is getting a chance to become the permanent GM of WWE Raw at the PPV. He would have to win the Tables, Ladders and Chairs match in order to ensure the same.
His opponent, Braun Strowman is nowhere near 100 percent after undergoing a surgery. So he might end up having a forfeit win. But the question remains whether Vince McMahon will allow him to be in charge of WWE, even after that. Additionally, Kurt Angle will also be present on the show set to take place at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, California.
Wrestlenews.co reports that Vince McMahon is coming back to address the low viewership of WWE Raw. Plus, he might ‘deal with Corbin and/or a new potential GM’. In addition, WWE might be trying to keep things in a bulletproof condition with Smackdown moving to FOX Sports from October 2019.
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