According to Bryan Alvarez, it is McMahon that will likely kickstart the changes that are coming in 2019.
Next week, the WWE will tape two episodes of Monday Night Raw and the Christmas Eve edition will not be live. According to the WWE, McMahon will “shake things up.”
The first thing that comes to mind when it comes to shaking things up is another Superstar Shake Up might be coming. But, changing the rosters of Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live won’t do anything to really make fans believe that things are going to improve.
“I wouldn’t be the least bit surprised if Vince showed up on Monday and he fired Baron Corbin and maybe he debuted a few guys and he really shook the thing up and he gave us some matches we want to see and a few happy endings and the show ends and everyone’s really excited,” Alvarez said on Wrestling Observer Radio.
“If that happens, everybody’s got to remember there’s still gotta be another show next week.“
While there is a lot wrong with Monday Night Raw, firing Baron Corbin as the acting general manager won’t mean much.
It will make a lot of fans happy, but the same people will still be writing Monday Night Raw — and remember that Corbin is just doing what the script tells him to do.
A lot needs to change, but it sounds like Vince McMahon will be there on Monday night to try to end 2018 on a high note.
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