Shane McMahon Would Keep WWE’s Legacy Alive As Chairman Says JTG


Vince McMahon is the Chairman of WWE and oversees everything that goes on in the company. However, due to the decline in quality of the product over the past few years, many fans have been wondering when Vince McMahon will step down and let Triple H take over.

Many fans also want Triple H to take over WWE as they feel he will be a much better chairman than Vince McMahon. However, a former WWE Superstar doesn’t feel so.

While speaking to The Wrassingh Show, JTG talked about WWE possibly readying itself to get sold and stated that he believes Shane McMahon should run the company instead and further elaborated his point.

“I hope [WWE won’t be sold]. I hope the rumors are not true,” JTG said. “I’d like to see the WWE stay in the McMahon family! Yeah, if it was up to me, if it was just my personal opinion… I would love to have Shane McMahon in charge. When I was there, Shane, his energy and what he brought to the table – I think he’ll do WWE [justice]. He’ll keep the legacy alive!

I would just like to see the legacy continue on. You know, it was from Vince McMahon Senior to Vince McMahon, and I think that Shane solo would do great,” JTG explained. “Because when you have Stephanie and Triple H, those are two minds. You got two cooks in the kitchen, right? I think, Shane… I think if he was just the captain. I think he would do a great job as the the new chairman of the WWE.”

It remains to be seen who will take control of WWE once Vince McMahon inevitably steps down from his position as the Chairman of WWE.

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September 15, 2021 8:13 am

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