Vince McMahon, the WWE Chairman and CEO has reportedly ordered some big stars on the main roster to return to the Performance Center to undergo some additional training in the last week.
Vince McMahon ‘threw a fit’ about ability of stars
Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Newsletter has reported that Vince McMahon wants his ‘big guys’ to train hard at Perfomance Center. They would be attending two training classes per week and will have the sessions with WWE star Drew Gulak and WWE Producer Adam Pearce.
As per the reports, McMahon is ‘mad’ about certain big stars on the roster whom he wants to get trained to improve their working ability.
“Vince McMahon threw a fit about the working ability of certain guys on the main roster, mad in particular about some of the big guys. He’s ordered some of the guys back to the Performance Center with two classes per week with Adam Pearce and Drew Gulak as instructors.”
The 75-year-old is immensely passionate about his work and the company, which is known from his workaholic nature. Thereby, it is evident that the WWE boss is very demanding from his employees and would not compromise with the quality of work that they would deliver to the fans.
The WWE Chairman is apparently displeased with some stars and therefore came up with the idea to train them. However, it is not know who are the talents Vince McMahon has referred to here.
The ‘big guys’ do not necessarily mean that the talents would actually have to be big in size but there might be possibility that McMahon could be talking about making improvements to his behemoth stars like Braun Strowman, Drew McIntyre, King Corbin or even Lars Sullivan.
On the other hand, top stars of the company could be referred to as the ‘big guys’. Stars like AJ Styles, Rey Mysterio, Daniel Bryan might to be the tallest of the competitors but certainly are the top-tier superstars of the company.
It is to be seen how McMahon is planning to develop his talents going into the future.
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