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VINCE ANSWERING TO THE BOARD, DOES CENA NEED THE WWE TITLE, TAKER-LESNAR HEAT, STING'S SILLY DECISIONS AND MORE

By Dave Scherer on 2013-06-25 09:59:00

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With the WWE being a publicly traded company, is there a Board of Directors that Vince McMahon has to answer to? And if it comes down to it, can this Board fire or vote out McMahon and get someone else in that position if they are unhappy with the direction that Vince is taking with the company? I don't see it happening if it can happen but stranger things have happened.

Technically, yes there are and yes he does.  In reality, he chooses the board and controls the stock so nope.  The board is not ousting Vince.  Not gonna happen.

What's so bad about Sting in detail?

I don't have enough time.  Suffice it to say if you look back on the annals of wrestling history, there is no one who has been turned on more than Sting.  There has been no one who, consistently, trusted the wrong people and was the only person on Earth that didn't see it was going to end well.

With Cena being the top guy, why does he need the belt? Taker, Austin and the Rock were always top guys even without the belt. Looks like it would go to someone who could use a push .

You are preaching to the converted.  I have been saying the same thing for years now, he doesn't.  Hell, even when he didn't have for over a year he was still in the main events.  He doesn't need it and hopefully WWE mixes it up and gives Mark Henry a shot with it.

Looking at the ratings breakdown for the 6/17 edition of Raw I noticed the segment of John Cena and Mark Henry was the highest rated on the whole episode. Does the WWE see this and say to themselves that this means that they need to put Cena out there more often?

Vince McMahon doesn't need the ratings numbers to tell them that.  He loves Cena in that spot no matter what the numbers say.

What is the issue between Lesnar and Taker if you've any knowledge about it?

The feeling in the locker room when Lesnar left was that he was fine being in the business when The Undertaker was putting him over, but when the time came for him to do the same, he decided he hated the business and left to try and play football.  The feeling of everyone I spoke to felt it was disrespectful to Taker, especially considering all that Taker had done for him.

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