Over the course of the last few years the favorite verbiage to say among wrestling fans is to ask how long can Vince remain in charge of the company. Well I took that question to the inter-web and asked various fans what they thought and you are about to see there answers.
Question: Do you think we'd be better off if Triple H took over WWE from Vince?
Pro-Wrestling Roundup: It's a hard question to answer - on one hand there is NXT which Triple H pretty much created and is a much more exciting product. On the other hand, reading recently about how Triple H nixed a proposed angle that would see Stephanie take a mugshot just like Vince did last week, because he was afraid of people thinking it was real. Being none of us know what REALLY goes on backstage, it's hard to say for sure, but if Triple H is willing to bring the same mentality he brought to NXT and be open to pushing the boundaries when things are getting stale, he would most likely do a good job.
Slice Entertainment: Yes And No Yes - Because Of His Success With NXT And Developing Talent. Triple H Would Succeed With Making New Talent Because He Understands The Wrestlers Side Of The Industry No - Because Triple H Should Also Have Help For The Business Side Of Wrestling And Marketing The Brand Of WWE
GTWrestlingFan: Yes, Vince is senile and Triple H knows what is "best for business"
OffShootRadio: With the right people working with him behind the scenes I would say yes he has a good mind for the business and has his finger on the pulse with the older fans a lot of changes would have to be made but in the long run it'll drag raw out of the gutter
RWWPodcast: Absolutely. There comes a point in time when we get to an age where we unfortunately lose touch with what people want to see and truly care about. Vince will always be an extremely important part for Wrestling but over the last number of years it's become more and more apparent that he's set in his ways and thinks he knows what is best. The fans have responded by dumping on a number of this ideas: Pushing Roman Reigns, ignoring Daniel Bryan and still looking for the big man aspect. Also the wrestling portion has been trimmed down tremendously in favor of the story. It's been years since the commentary focuses on the action in the ring instead of shilling an episode of Total Divas or talking about twitter. While he's not perfect, Triple H has shown what he is capable of in NXT, allowing those who can wrestle show it in the ring and along with putting a group together with the likes of Sara Del Ray, he's made a space to have true women's wrestling prove they belong on any card at any time. The best scenario would be give Triple H and Steph the control but at the same time have Vince as almost like a specialist, if they are stuck or need something, he can come in and use his experience to help with a problem.
Meltz in the Future: I don't
Christopher Wick: "No. I don't think having HHH taking over is as significant as fans think. To say that it would be better off, is to say that there is a problem. We're living in a new day and age in a new society. Wrestling, just like every other entity, will evolve and change. I don't see anything wrong with Vince McMahon or with WWE or its product at this current time. If anything, whoever they have set to take over WWE is not my business as a fan. However, my guess is that Mr McMahon would leave the company to one of his children. Stephanie McMahon. If Mr McMahon decides to have someone running day-to-day business more or full time; I think Triple H would be a great candidate. I think one of WWE's problems for ratings is what Vince Russo said. Having too many creative talent advisors and/or writers. Maybe have a little more input from the wrestlers themselves if they're up for it. Find somebody with a keen eye and a passion for the business of WWE's "sports-entertainment/pro wrestling" to lead the team behind the scenes and have creative consultants."
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