All Elite Wrestling has gained a lot of momentum in 2021, and former WWE referee Mike Chioda believes Vince McMahon has caught on.
In the latest Monday Mailbag with Mike Chioda, Chioda was asked if he thinks Vince McMahon is concerned about All Elite Wrestling. The former WWE referee offered a very interesting answer.
“Yes, I think it is,” said Mike Chioda. “He always wants to be on top. I have seen him demolish and tread on many territories across the country and around the world. He wants to be number one. Everybody wants to be number one, be it in their sport, in their career. , or owning a company. I definitely think he’s very concerned at the moment because they are recruiting good talent. I know Vince. Vince is concerned. “
Mike Chioda on why he thinks Vince McMahon is concerned about AEW
All Elite Wrestling is certainly gaining momentum right now, and Chioda went on to list some of the key reasons Vince McMahon should be concerned about WWE’s biggest competition.
“AEW’s ratings are going up. People are interested,” continued Mike Chioda. “I’m interested in seeing AEW. They’re selling stadiums. The energy in the crowd is just phenomenal now. They’ve gone from one show to two shows now. Everybody’s talking about AEW.”
While Vince McMahon will likely continue to pretend he doesn’t see AEW as a threat if a former WWE employee who worked alongside McMahon for years believes he is. It’s certainly something to think about as we move towards 2022.
Do you think Vince McMahon is concerned about All Elite Wrestling? What improvements would you like me to make to the current WWE product? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.
Thanks to WrestlingNews.co for the transcription of this podcast.
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