Backstage news on Vince McMahon's role on WWE Raw & SmackDown Live

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For years now, fans have speculated exactly how much say Vince McMahon has within the company compared to, say, a decade ago.

Of course, many things have changed within the WWE since then. They are now a publicly traded company, Vince is now 71-years-old, they have tens of writers as opposed to a handful and Triple H has risen from main event performer to McMahon's understudy.

With all the fine things HHH has done with NXT too, many believe that he is having a greater influence on the main roster shows today.

However, according to Dave Meltzer of F4WOnline.com, that is not the case.

Meltzer reports that Vince is still very hands on and is in 100% control of both Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live, despite a different feeling on both shows.

Meltzer also added that apparently Vince loves the term “sparklecrotch” and was “laughing like a maniac” each time Seth Rollins used it towards Chris Jericho, a trend that continued during their recent tour of the UK.

In more Vince-related news, he apparently feels the finish to the Sasha Banks and Charlotte Hell in a Cell match was messed up because of Banks.

The Boss was supposed to go through the table and then get pinned with the Natural Selection. Instead, Charlotte tried putting Sasha through the table twice and Sasha didn’t go through either time.

On top of that, McMahon was said to be 100% behind the idea of having Charlotte regaining the title despite the event being in Banks’ hometown of Boston.

Many fans have suggested McMahon is out of touch with the audience in this day and age; do you think the company is still in good hands? Let us know in the comments below.

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