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WWE News: Vince McMahon Staying Low-Key at TV Tapings, WWE Merchandise Sales Update
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 11.29.2012

- Vince McMahon reportedly keeps himself low-key at Raw events, only meeting with producers and other officials; talent generally only encounters him on the way to the curtain. McMahon is also not at about half the Smackdown tapings, as he feels Triple H should be gaining experience running shows. It is said that when HHH is in charge, things are more chaotic because no one is in Vince's position of putting their foot down and making a decision.

- Merchandise sales within the company are said to be a "haves and have-nots" situation, with a few talents making really good money while all others are not doing too well.

Credit: Wrestling Observer Newsletter

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