Former WWE writers: “Vince McMahon is not happy with WWE”

As we reported a few days ago here on SUPER FIGHTSMike Johnson of Pro Wrestling Insider opined that if Vince McMahon had not made any changes to WWE It was because I thought there was no problem with the company or anything to change.

Johnson’s opinion was news and in this regard, two former WWE creative writers reacted by ensuring that they did not believe that what Johnson thought was true. Or that if it was not an opinion, but information, then it was wrong, because Vince McMahon must not be happy with WWE. This is what they pointed out:

► Is Vince McMahon happy or not with the current WWE product?

“I don’t believe this, I absolutely don’t believe it. No matter how many record years WWE had financially when I worked there, you were always judged by the ratings and they were always arguing what to do to attract fans who were no longer fans.

“Hahahaha, I laugh watching this. Number of creative meetings I’ve been in with Vince: more than a thousand. Number of times you said: ‘Everything looks perfect, I literally have nothing to add and I’m completely satisfied, now… Who wants to hug each other?’: Zero”.

Vince McMahon

Brian Gewitz worked in WWE from 1999 to 2011 as a scriptwriter for Raw, being the Lead writer for the red mark from 1999 to 2012.

From 1999 to 2012 he also worked as a writer for SmackDown. From 2012 to 2015 he was Creative Advisor for both Raw and the blue brand.

In 2015, decided to go work with The Rock and his film production company Seven Bucks. Upon his return to WWE, The Rock demanded that Gewirtz be part of the team that wrote all his promos, this by the company, since Rocky has his own creative team whom he pays.

Brian Gewirtz, Raw's chief writer from 2002 to 2012 / WWE

Chris Dunn He was part of WWE as a creative writer from August 2016 to July 2021, he was not only a creative writer but also a television producer. He left to work at Disney, but two months later he moved on to be a writer for VICE. He primarily worked with The Street Profits (Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins) on their promos.

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Former WWE writers: “Vince McMahon is not happy with WWE”