Top WWE legend comes to Vince McMahon's defense
Submitted by Aaron Rift on 12/02/2019 at 08:41 AM

Kane aka Glenn Jacobs appeared on Busted Open Radio and discussed how people feel about Vince McMahon:

I think [the misconception] is that Vince is this heartless person that takes advantage of everyone, and uses people until they are all used up and then discards the husk of the human being that he has pulled all of the talent and energy out of. And that is frankly not the case at all. Does Vince McMahon make business decisions? Yes. But and one time I told him this to his face. I was like, The one thing that you are bad at as a businessman is that you give people too many chances. They stab you in the back and then you turn around and bring them back. And in some cases, its because he feels that he can make money off of them. But in other cases, he just has some sort of emotional bond or something like that. Its loyalty, it really is. And almost to a fault with him, so that is the biggest misconception.

He is a business guy and has to make decisions based upon what he believes will lead to greater health of the company, whether we agree with it or not. And in some cases I havent. But he is making business decisions on that. But its also not like some inhuman devil that just wants to take advantage of people, that is truly not the case.

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