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Posted 05 October 2012 - 16:29
Posted 05 October 2012 - 17:22
WWE.com has learned that Mr. McMahon will be at Monday’s Raw in Sacramento, Calif., to deliver a State of WWE Address.
What will The Chairman have to say? Will he address the performance of Raw General Manager AJ Lee? Could her job be in jeopardy?
In addition to addressing the current state of affairs within WWE, does Mr. McMahon have anything to say regarding its future? Could The Chairman have a message directly from WWE's Board of Directors?
The entire WWE Universe is buzzing about this surprise appearance. Tune in Monday at 8/7 CT on USA Network to find out what Mr. McMahon has to say.
Posted 05 October 2012 - 17:33
So either they've made a u-turn on that decision/the dirtsheets were wrong, or they're doing something completely different.
F4WOnline is reporting WWE has quietly dropped the General Managers storyline which saw both Booker T and AJ Lee being 'incapable' of doing their jobs. The storyline called for Vince McMahon to return and fire them, and hire someone to take control of both shows. There were rumors that Ric Flair may be the candidate to fill the role, but the ongoing lawsuit between TNA and WWE will make his hire unlikely at this time.
WWE also dropped the storyline where announcer Josh Mathews threatened to sue both General Managers for an unsafe working environment after he was attacked by Kane and Brock Lesnar.