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Vince McMahon and Triple H: Conflicting reports on ‘frustration’

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There have been a lot of reports recently regarding Vince McMahon and Triple H and how they run WWE creative, but what is the latest?

Major outlets such as Fightful have reported on the frustration that several WWE Superstars have had regarding the changes that Vince McMahon has made recently, so we wanted to see if this translated over to ‘The Game’ and his working arrangement with his father-in-law.

The difficulty is that we’ve been hearing conflicting reports over the past couple of days. So, whilst we want to give a definitive update, we’re getting too much in terms of conflicting reports and wanted to present what is being said by our sources.

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Vince McMahon and Triple H Issues

One source, who has fed us some strong information recently, indicated that Triple H is ‘beyond frustrated’ with how McMahon is treating creative: “Levesque is beyond frustrated with Vince. Levesque has a plan then has to constantly alter because of Vince.”

However, information from another source, who again has given us extremely good information over the past few months, has a different take: “Vince been very much involved for a while now. He isn’t there, writing shows etc, but he certainly oversees everything and changes to what he sees fit, if needs to be changed and he doesn’t trust Hunter’s decisions. But in all honesty, it’s nowhere near as bad as people might think” is exactly what we were told.

It’ll likely be some time until we get anything definitive on this, but it is clear that the on-screen programming overall has been drawing strong ratings over the past few months, so whatever is happening backstage is arguably working.

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