Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Chris Jericho on WWE's "changing of the guard"

Caught this over at WrestlingFigs.com of all places.  Chris Jericho recently did an interview with MLW Radio and shed some light on the current transition of power from Vince McMahon to Triple H.
"It's a changing of the guard. We're in a transitional period right now between bosses. Vince is handing the reigns over to Triple H and Triple H has a lot of responsibilities and a lot of power now and it's going to keep increasing because eventually Vince is going to give it up and stop. I don't know if he'll do it until he dies. I think over the next two or three years Triple H will be making most of the big decisions and Vince will be brought on as a consultant."
Jericho has more to say about it which you can read here. It is pretty fascinating to see/hear that WWE really is going that direction. Now I certainly agree with Jericho's take that Vince will probably be heavily involved until he dies. That being said, it is kind of surprising to see him transfer this much power while he is still south of 70 (67 years old currently.)

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