WWE Hall Of Famer Says Morale A Lot Better Following Regime Change
One WWE Hall of Famer thinks things in WWE seem to be a lot better ever since the regime change that saw Vince McMahon step aside and Triple H take over creative duties for the company – officially at least.
Speaking to Nick Hausman for Inside The Ropes, Teddy Long reflected on his recent appearance as part of the WWE Draft and says things seem to be better in the company with Triple H at the helm creatively:
“Well, like you just said they had a regime change. You know what I mean? So there you go right there. I feel real good man. Like I said, I’m not there to try to be full-time anymore. You know what I mean? I really don’t want that.
“I just want to enjoy the rest of my life, you know, and go back and make appearances like I just did this past weekend you know, I’m happy with that. But if they want me to come back and do some full-time I got no problem with that.
“But I think like you’re saying with the regime change now it’s a lot better. The morale is better because I was there I had a chance to witness that. So you know, I’d love to be you know, a full-time part of it if that’s what they wanted me to do.”
The WWE Draft that Teddy Long was on the show to assist with resetting the SmackDown and Raw rosters for the foreseeable future while it also may cause a seismic shift for NXT with several champions being called up to the main roster as well.