Vince McMahon not happy with WWE's production team
As the chairman of the board and CEO of the WWE, it seems very reasonable that Vince McMahon will make his opinion known on things that go on in the company and making final decisions on big projects through out the year.
Even though making good decisions for the fans of the WWE most of the time there have been just about equal amount of mistakes like McMahon winning the WWE and ECW Championships along with the 1999 Royal Rumble.
With backstage news revealing McMahon being upset recently, what part of the company in his opinion needs to be helped following the company’s success at this year’s WrestleMania?
From Wrestling Observer Newsletter via WrestlingInc.com
Speaking of Vince, he now wants more rehearsals at WWE events and wants the writers and producers to communicate more. There were a lot of fingers being pointed at the problems at Extreme Rules including John Cena's promo and Brock Lesnar almost getting hurt as well as the timing issues on RAW.
As one of the fans that viewed Extreme Rules last Sunday night, the pay-per-view was a great event with the matches between Jericho and Punk, Sheamus and Bryan and most definitely the classic bout between Cena and Lesnar.
While not having a problem with the promo cut by Cena at the end of the show, the incident with Lesnar taking a nasty fall over the top rope to the floor could have definitely been worked through better at Extreme Rules.
Along with the complaints by McMahon about the production team, the Wrestling Observer Newsletter also commented that Vince is upset with the team at WWE.com after they didn’t cover the meeting he had with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie during the WrestleMania 29 press conference.
While you can have different opinions about McMahon’s complaints in the source mentioned above, it does seem ridiculous that WWE.com wasn't there to cover the meeting between McMahon and Governor Christie earlier this year.
After reading his complaints about the production team, what do you think the WWE could do to help these problems on their television and pay-per-view programming?