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Vince McMahon Won’t Sign Indy Wrestlers For WWE’s Creative Team Again

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• Vince McMahon Won’t Sign Indy Wrestlers For WWE’s Creative Team Again

It looks like WWE CEO Vince McMahon has made the decision to never hire any independent wrestler for WWE’s writing & creative team.

They did have one Indy wrestler work there in the past, which was Jimmy Jacobs, but he was fired after taking photos with future AEW Wrestlers during their so called “RAW Invasion”.

Jimmy recently talked about this on the TWC show, where he said the following:

“Yeah, well certainly I had a certain aptitude for the storytelling nature of wrestling. You know, I was the first wrestler to really be a writer there.

There were other guys on the creative team like, let’s say Road Dogg or something but he’s not getting into the weeds, like putting pen to paper and so I was the first one to do that.

Now look, independent wrestling background helped in I knew a lot of the guys, I was friends with a lot of the guys and they trusted me which is helpful.

It’s helpful to have a relationship with the talent where they want to collaborate with you and they want your ideas as well, and yeah, I think it helped me.

I think that Vince will never, ever, ever hire another independent wrestler to be on the writing team again after I got fired so, so it goes.”

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWE HISTORY (May 26, 2003) – WWE Monday Night RAW

On this day in 2003, World Wrestling Entertainment aired another LIVE episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWE Monday Night RAW’.

This episode was broadcasted from the Mobile Civic Center in Mobile, Alabama and featured matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWE Insurrextion 2003’ PPV.

You can find the card below:

1. Booker T vs. Test

2. Stevie Richards vs. Val Venis

3. Christian vs. Goldust

4. White Boy Challenge: Rodney Mack vs. Bubba Ray Dudley

5. Flag Match: Rob Van Dam vs. Sylvan Grenier

6. Triple H vs. Ric Flair & Shawn Michaels

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