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4 Things that must be worrying Vince McMahon currently

Rahul Singh
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Vince McMahon
Vince McMahon

Vince McMahon has managed affairs in WWE longer than a millennial has lived on this planet. He has played an important role in making WWE a global phenomenon. Considering he is 73-years-old, it’s simply amazing that he still does great work behind-the-screen.

Although, McMahon has reaped the rewards for his investment, becoming a billionaire in the process. We still feel that the Chairman does a thankless job. McMahon's job is a constant struggle to not only keep the fans happy but also keep the company moving forward. He has to face severe criticism whenever the product fails to meet the expectations.

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It has recently been one such horribly difficult period for WWE, as the company has struggled on various fronts. Hence, we can expect Mr. McMahon having sleepless nights at present. In this article, we present 4 things that could be worrying Vince McMahon currently.

#4 TV ratings

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It has become a well-known fact that WWE has recently seen some of the worst TV ratings in its history. Both RAW and SmackDown have suffered from a lack of viewership in spite of the fact that the ‘Road to WrestleMania’ has always been WWE's 'golden-period' annually.

For example, SmackDown could only draw 1.841 million viewers on Tuesday, February 5. This viewership number is the lowest for the show since moving to a live Tuesday broadcast in 2016. McMahon, himself, recently expressed his worries about the low TV ratings, citing the absence of WWE's top-stars Roman Reigns and John Cena, along with injuries to various other Superstars, as the reason for WWE's dismal TV ratings.

It has been apparent that the low-ratings has troubled Mr. McMahon, whose passion for the business is on the lines of madness. Hence, it’s easy to predict that the Chairman must be spending some sleepless nights because of RAW and SmackDown's disastrous TV ratings.

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