WWE Employees Believe New Policy Came From Vince McMahon

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WWE staff believe that Vince McMahon was really the man behind a new company policy.

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, WWE office staff have enjoyed flexible working conditions, where they were able to work from home or split their time between home and the office. However, despite WWE stating that the agreement would continue, it has now been confirmed that this will not be the case.

A leaked email from Nick Khan sent on April 25th, noted that all staff would be required to return to the office.

It has now been reported in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that despite Khan’s name being on the email, many within WWE believe that Vince McMahon was behind the move as he’s “back in charge.”

“This shocked employees who had been working from home because it was such short notice. Employees figured that was from Vince McMahon because he is the person back in charge.”

Vince McMahon Not Involved In Controversial Booking Decision

In the lead-up to the April 24th episode of Raw, it was reported that Vince McMahon had forced a number of changes to the show. In the days after the broadcast it was reported that these changes included who was going to win particular matches and in other cases how matches reached the agreed finish.

One match was reportedly added to the show at the request of Vince McMahon and that was the Street Profits vs. Cedric Alexander & Shelton Benjamin.

There were a “number of segments” cut involving female talents. One segment cut involved Candice LeRae and Piper Niven, while a second would have involved Adam Pearce and several members of the women’s roster including Sonya Deville. This was reportedly done to give more time to the six-woman tag team match between Damage CTRL and Bianca Belair & Liv Morgan & Raquel Rodriguez.

However, despite speculation to the contrary, McMahon was not behind the decision to introduce a new World Heavyweight Championship. Instead, this is said to be a Triple H idea.