Will Vince McMahon Return to WWE After Retiring?

Vince McMahon made several appearances on WWE television following reports of his allegations.

The company’s former CEO announced his resignation last Friday and will reportedly no longer appear on television.

WWE fans have speculated that he could return to the company once the scandal is out of the news. Vince recently resigned as CEO after allegations he paid $12 million in non-disclosure agreements to several former female employees. More allegations against him are reportedly afoot.

During a recent PW Torch Speaking to VIP members on the audio show, Wade Keller said the move to announce Stephanie McMahon and Nick Khan as co-CEOs was not a way to set the table for a later return from Vince McMahon.

Wade also said he doesn’t expect the 77-year-old to appear on Monday’s episode of WWE RAW from Madison Square Garden.

“Vince feels constrained by outside forces, he didn’t want to retire. He probably would have happily stayed with MSG through Monday for Raw. It shows the timing wasn’t perfect for him to not even make it one show down on MSG by Monday.” H/T to WrestlingNews.co

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Vince McMahon is not expected to return any time soon

With the departure of Mr. McMahon, many wrestling fans are hoping for big changes in WWE. Wade Keller claimed that fans shouldn’t expect any major changes to the product in the near future as WWE wants to project stability to shareholders. Wade noted that no one he spoke to believes it was for PR reasons.

“Vince McMahon is really gone. And everyone I’ve spoken to – yes, there are the conspiracy theorists and yes, people will say, ‘Well, you know, when the window opens, he’s going to come back.’ As of now, the expectation at the corporate and wrestling level is that he is gone and not expected to return. Not expected doesn’t mean it can’t happen. Nobody I’ve spoken to thinks this is a charade for PR reasons. H/T to WrestlingNews.co

At 77, it’s time for me to retire. Thank you WWE Universe. Then. Now. Forever. Together. #WWE #thankful

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