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Vince McMahon: Did Triple H and Nick Khan really have a ‘creative intervention’ with the WWE owner?

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On a recent Friday night, social media was abuzz with a rumour that WWE President Nick Khan and WWE CCO Triple H were planning a ‘creative intervention meeting’ with Vince McMahon.

The rumour suggested that the two executives were aiming to persuade the WWE Chairman to reduce his creative input, particularly the late changes he frequently makes to the shows.

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Vince McMahon ‘Intervention’: The Setting

According to a report from Fightful Select, Vince McMahon was backstage at the WWE SmackDown TV tapings at Madison Square Garden in New York City that Friday night.

McMahon is almost always backstage at the MSG shows, given the venue’s proximity to his home in Stamford, CT.

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The Intervention

The original rumour stated that Khan and Triple H were planning a meeting with Vince, where they would tell the WWE Chairman to back off a little bit on his creative input and especially the late changes he makes to the shows.

However, such a meeting would typically not take place at the TV tapings. If one were to occur, it would likely happen during the middle of the week when things are less chaotic.

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The Reality

As of this writing, no such meeting has taken place. Another WWE source dismissed the report as “silly” and claimed there was no truth to it.

It’s worth noting that Vince McMahon remains in full control of the company. So while he can be asked to back off, he doesn’t have to agree to it.

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