Vince McMahon's Big WWE Announcement Falls Flat

Every WWE fan was waiting what Vince McMahon had to announce on this week's episode of Monday Night Raw.

Many people thought a draft was being announced, or something else major will be revealed. However, Vince McMahon sadly did not reveal groundbreaking news as initially thought.

Vince McMahon pretty much came out as normal and the crowd predictably cheered for his return. He then called out Stephanie McMahon, Triple H and Shane McMahon to come out into the ring with him.

The "big" announcement was that the four of them will now be running both Raw and Smackdown as a collective unit.

In storyline, this means we won't be seeing a new General Manager of Raw anytime soon since the McMahons are running everything.

In real life though, this is not anything major. The McMahons have been running both shows for a while now so this does not change anything. If Vince McMahon announced his retirement, then that would have been something different.

The only interesting thing that was said came out of Triple H's mouth. He said fans should expect to see more new faces, new wrestlers and new matchups in the coming months.

He then ended his speech by saying the WWE Universe are in charge now whatever that means. Hopefully they will start listening to fan feedback as both Raw and Smackdown need huge improvements.

Later on the night, WWE did announce six new wrestlers from NXT are coming to the main roster. These people include the tag team Heavy Machinery, Lacey Evans, EC3, Nikki Cross and of course Lars Sullivan.

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