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Matt Hardy Belives Vince McMahon Won't Be Able To Control Himself Even If He Is Being Sincere

Matt Hardy Belives Vince McMahon Won't Be Able To Control Himself Even If He Is Being Sincere

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Matt Hardy believes Vince McMahon won’t be able to control himself. If he is back, he is going to put his fingerprints on things.

On January 10, 2023– WWE announced that its Board of Directors unanimously elected Vince McMahon Executive Chairman of the Board and that Stephanie McMahon has resigned from her roles as Chairwoman and Co-CEO.



The intension was crystal-clear for Vince McMahon. Once he is back, he will be there to sell the company. While, Speaking on his Extreme Life of Matt Hardy podcast, the veteran shared his thoughts on the situation.

"I feel like even if Vince is being sincere about that, he won’t be able to control himself like that. If he is back, he is going to put his fingerprints on things. It’s just who he is. It’s absolutely who it is. There was someone, I would just say randomly, without mentioning names, who said, ‘Raw felt different on Monday. I’ve got a feeling Vince may have had his fingerprints on it.’ Which is interesting.

But I think if Vince comes back, I think he kinda continues as it is, and then you see a little more influence from Vince, a little more, a little more, a little more, a little more, and then it might get back to the point where he’s going, ‘Damn it, this is my show, and nobody’s better at doing this than me. This is my baby, I’m gonna raise my child, and I’m gonna see it through,'" Hardy said.

"It would be a slow process, but just knowing Vince, he’s not my best friend, but I worked with him, and I’ve been around him a lot, and I feel like I have a pretty good grip on his actions, and kind of his thought process. As time would go on, you would see a little more, and a little more, and a little more, and a little more, until he got back to where he felt like he was controlling the helm of the ship," he said.

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