Just look at the way he's been dominating. So far he has feuded with and beat: Zach Gowen, Stephanie, and Undertaker. Each one was built up to beat him and lost. Everyone is waiting for him to get what he deserves. So who will give it to him? His arch-enemy Stone Cold Steve Austin. They are rumored to fight at WMXX.
Picture at WMXX the final confrontation of the legendary feud. Austin's final match against Vince McMahon. I hnestly think after this match we will never see Vince again on WWE TV. You could have Austin beat Vince and Steph and Zach come out and celebrate. Then Old School Taker comes out and throws him in a coffin and wheels him away for good.
Does anyone else think WWE is booking things towards to end of the Vince character once and for all?
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Definately not. He didn't let the "Never Be On TV Again" stipulation from a couple years back stick, so I doubt he'd stay away for long at all.
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Dear Friends kind regards Vince McMahon was a great business man, commentator and was at one time a very convincing evil corporate boss. Now he is outdated, overrated and repetitive.........I can't stand him or his family members. They hog too much TV time and they have feuded with each other too long.........everything runs its course although in truth I was never that impressed with the McMahon family saga to begin with. Wrestlemania 20 won't be the last time McMahon or his family appear on TV..........I am sure they'll still be feuding after Wrestlemania 30. God help us all. yours thankfully John
No. The guy's a little bugger, he will always find a way to return and rant and rave about such-and-such. Unless he suddenly reforms or something, the only way I see him off TV for good is if he keels over.
Gotta agree with everyone else...I just don't see the end of Vince on TV anytime soon. I, like everyone else it seems in the IWC, would rather see wrestlers get the TV time than Vince but it seems that McMahons=ratings, or at least so I've heard. He likes performing too much to leave it anytime soon.
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Im just saying the way he's be booked gives me the impression his reign is coming to an end. If he doesn't leave then I think he will go face after WMania and try to make ammends. Either way the evil Vince we know now s coming to an end.
Originally posted by T.i.O a B.m.FIm just saying the way he's be booked gives me the impression his reign is coming to an end. If he doesn't leave then I think he will go face after WMania and try to make ammends. Either way the evil Vince we know now s coming to an end.
What makes you think the way he's booked means his reign is coming to an end? He's winning every match he's in, against everyone. I just can't see the logic in that statement. It's like saying back in 1986 that "Hogan will retire soon, because he's beating all opponents".
I also don't know what you mean by the "evil Vince we know now is coming to an end". Why? Why would he suddenly change now after years of doing exactly what he's still doing now?
I think you're looking at the booking and reading into it what you hope to see. I don't think there's anything to validate any rumors of Vince deciding "You know what, I'm on tv too much".
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You need to look at it like the script of a movie. The writers know everyone wants to see Vince get whats coming to him.
At first everyone was hoping Gowen would be able to overcome the odds and beat him, but he failed.
Next up was Steph. They were saying she would need a miracle to win and booked it so it might look like she could pull it off. Once again Vince was triumphant.
Up next was Taker. Taker said he would make Vince pay for his sins and rid him once and for all. However Vinces "Higher Power" sent him Kane and he even maaged to win this one.
Now Tribal get real, do you really think Vince will continue winning? Whats next, the world title? No someones going to come and finaly give the fans what they want, to see Vince get his ass kicked. Its being booked that way. I cant believe you cant see this. Theyre just putting off him getting his punishment until the climax, WMania. I cant believe some people are so dense.
And you ask why I say the evil Vince is done? Because the character has run its course. How much more evi things can he do? He has already beaten up a one-leged kid, and fought his own daughter....what is left? The answer is nothing, and thoose are my reason as to why I think he's leaving.
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Originally posted by T.i.O a B.m.FAnd you ask why I say the evil Vince is done? Because the character has run its course. How much more evi things can he do? He has already beaten up a one-leged kid, and fought his own daughter....what is left? The answer is nothing, and thoose are my reason as to why I think he's leaving
Evil Vince had run it's course YEARS ago after the Austin angle, and that sure didn't stop him. Vince has acquired a taste for the limelight, and he likes it. Why do you think he makes an ass of himself in every interview he does? He's like a kid screaming for attention. What's left? Maybe he'll decide to give another young guy some "rub" and feud with him.
Actually, I'd have to agree and say that EVERTHING points to Vince taking a sabbatical after Mania, at least for two or three months. He's booked himself as the evil owner that can't be stopped. Yes, it's been done before-but those character arcs all ended with him taking a shitkicking and disappearing for a while. I see no reason-other than the MASSIVE groundswell of internet hatred for him-that this little ego trip won't end in exactly the same way. Say what you will about Vince, but he's always been willing to look like a total ass in order to pay off an angle.
Tribal this is Booking 101...Hell, its basically the plot of most stories.
Antagonist does as he pleases and destroys everyone in his path. Everyone steps up to him but fails. Finally when it seems no hope is left, his arch-enemy from the past re-appears and puts and end to him once and for all.
Also take into account it will proably be Austin'sl ast match. They might both take each other out. Austin might leave after he destroys Vince.
I think Wrestlemania XX is the changing of the guard in WWE. It might possibly be the last time we see Undertaker, Vince, and Austin. I think WWE is pushing for this in building up new stars like Brock, Cena, Gurrero, and Orton.
Think about it....
Undertaker loses to Kane ending his WMania streak. Taker passes the torch and allows Kane to become the new monster of WWE.
Austin and Vince have their final confrontation and with Vince gone, Austin finally feels at peace to retire.
Im not saying all McMahons will be gone, as Im sure Stephanie or Shane will step up to become the new Vince. But I honestly think WMania is the end of Vince.
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Originally posted by T.i.O a B.m.FIm not saying all McMahons will be gone, as Im sure Stephanie or Shane will step up to become the new Vince. But I honestly think WMania is the end of Vince.
In a related note, has everyone else noted the lack of McMahons lately? Shane, gone in the Ambulance. Steph, fired and position taken over by Paul E. And even Vince has been laying low--we made it through SD this week without seeing him once (at least as far as I remember).
I realize this won't last forever (did everyone else enjoy that "Keep Steph Off TV Sign"? *chuckle*) but...a nice reprise none-the-less.
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Originally posted by T.i.O a B.m.FWhats next, the world title?
Isn't Vince a one time WWF Champion thanks to RAW's former Co-GM Stone Cold?
Look at a movie script? Ok, but one thing, this isn't a movie. Like I said before, Vince MIGHT leave for a few months but he will not be gone for good. I really think, Vince will have to die before he leaves the WWE screen for good. I do think he will sell the WWE to Shane, Steph, Shane's Wife, and Steph's Wife before he does though.
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Barring death, Vince will still be waddling out in Depends at Mania 40; sexually harrassing some 20 year old and having a match that, while not in the main event slot, will have been built up for months as if it was the main event.
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Originally posted by XPacArmyI really think, Vince will have to die before he leaves the WWE screen for good. I do think he will sell the WWE to Shane, Steph, Shane's Wife, and Steph's Wife before he does though.
Steph's Wife? Is there something the McMahons are not telling us? *shock*
Kidding here. But it does seem likely that, unless some big company decides to buy all of Vince's shares somehow, that he'll find someone to coronate as WWE Head Guy before passing on. Question is, how long will it be before he stops making an idiot out of himself on National TV?
Well, he tried stopping the videos and that didn't help him any with TV time or picking up wins, so I don't see the harm of starting them up again. Worst-case scenario for him is that he entertains his fans while maintaining the status quo on TV.