Vince McMahon — Says Major Stars Returning Over the Next 30 Days (AUDIO)

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Seth Rollins, John Cena, Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt will all be back on TV by the end of the next 4 weeks … so says the Chairman of the Board, Vince McMahon.

McMahon made the announcement Tuesday morning during WWE’s 2016 First Quarter Earnings conference call and said he believes they made “some pretty good chicken salad” out of the mass amount of injuries to their roster before WrestleMania 32.

As we previously reported, Rollins began training in the ring again without his knee brace in March … but his ring return date had still been up in the air until now.

Cena’s return had already been set for the Memorial Day RAW — but Wyatt and Orton’s statuses had been pretty much unknown.

Listen to the boss himself below, then let us know what you think in the comments.


21 Comments on "Vince McMahon — Says Major Stars Returning Over the Next 30 Days (AUDIO)"

  1. I se a brand split in 5 weeks. Too much talent on the roster makes then and the storylines stale.

  2. Can’t wait for Rollins!!!

  3. Cant wait for Shinsuke

  4. Camp Councillor | May 10, 2016 at 8:21 pm | Reply

    Can’t wait for Shinsuke vs. Rollins

  5. I would like to see these four guys return as a faction going up against and putting over the “new era”.

  6. Enjoy your fake fights much!

    • Enjoy your sitcoms much? It’s the same thing as watching any other show on tv, it’s watched for the entertainment. No one gets on you for watching the Bachelor.

    • OrangesAreBitches | May 11, 2016 at 7:34 am | Reply

      I have no doubt your voice is strikingly similar to fart noises.

  7. Jeff McCrarey , I believe that’s a Taz Hack alert from #TheTazShow sir, But then again most things are lol

  8. Sean beiter | May 11, 2016 at 8:24 am | Reply

    I love lamp!

  9. Daryl Johnston | May 11, 2016 at 9:03 am | Reply

    I can’t picture all 4 of these guys being faces coming back….Obviously Cena and Rollins will come back as faces – I hope they keep Bray face….and Orton heel? The problem is there’s no heals to go up against – Especially if they don’t fully turn Reigns

  10. The Menace At Hand | May 11, 2016 at 11:50 am | Reply

    Orton will most certainly be a heel–that’s where he thrives. Cena will still be the whitebread babyface that everyone loves to hate, so why not turn him heel? Wyatt can stradle the lines, good one minute, ; heel the next. Rollins will probably go face, that makes the most sense here, but I still want to see a Styles-Rollins match. Orton-Styles at WM33 would be a good matchup, but that’s probably not gonna happen.

  11. Kevin Boyles | May 11, 2016 at 4:24 pm | Reply

    All too frequently we see superstars who due to age or attrition see the end of their career in site. Occasionally, a known heel will return as a the manager of a heel team but more often than not we see “Good-Guy” or Face wrestlers just slip away, in spite of their obvious love for the business. Allow me to pose two scenarios for another way that pro-wrestling could go with aging Superstars or wrestlers permanently sidelined by injury.
    Case 1: The Aging Veteran
    A great example of this scenario would be someone like John Cena. Love him or hate him, it is safe to say he’s had a tremendous impact on the current position of WWE. Cena is due to come back from injury soon but now middle-aged, many are calling for a change in his booking. Perhaps his time to be a constant figure in the WWE title picture is soon past, but there is much that could be done prior to his full blown retirement. Borrowing from other sports, such as Bill Russel being a player/coach for the Boston Celtics years ago, Cena could start to collect other FACE stars who are perhaps struggling to find their niche in WWE. Cena could mentor fledgling stars, who had just been promoted to the big leagues, like Apollo Crews or Big Cass. WWE could go nuts with back-stage vignettes of Cena and his protégé discussing some of their struggles in overcoming heel opponents or making a name for themselves. Cena could be seen coaching them up and imparting wisdom both backstage and during their matches. To show he still has something in the tank, John could periodically team up with the young star(s) to show them glimpses of his former greatness while contributing to that particular feud. In “learning” from Cena, the face newbie would then develop a trend of success by “playing the right way” and “never giving up”. Perhaps Cena gets one more run at the WWE Heavyweight Championship along the way but he focuses more on ensuring his legacy in the business by mentoring others to fight hard, speak loud, and stick to their principles. As Cena’s eventual physical decline progressed, he could have established himself well enough to transition into the role of full-time manager of Face stars or tag-teams.
    Case 2: Sidelined In Their Prime
    When considering this scenario, thoughts quickly go to someone like Daniel Bryan. Taken from the vocation he loves just as he was reaching the pinnacle of his career. If his health allows, Daniel could return to manage under-sized stars who feel like they are not being given opportunity to succeed. Perhaps he could decide to be the manager for someone like Adrian Neville. In many ways, Neville has many of the same assets and shortcomings as Bryan did, during his career. The undersized talent who doesn’t quite have the right look, but has tremendous passion and drive. Similar to in the Cena example above, WWE could certainly record some backstage Vignettes of Neville expressing frustration at having so much skill but feeling as though he is being held back. Bryan could actually impart wisdom to Neville about how he overcame this without “selling out”. Bryan accompanies Neville to the ring. At first, Neville may still lose to some of the larger competitors, but that can just be built into the story of their developing relationship. Over time, we see Neville winning more and more often…growing in confidence along the way. At some point, other smaller superstars are inspired by what they see in Neville, since hitching his wagon to Daniel Bryan. Several wrestlers approach Bryan to be their manager, as well. He is somewhat selective, though, and only chooses to manage people he thinks have the skills and mindset that mesh with his. Many heel stars or tag teams could talk about feeling Daniel never deserved the success he earned in the first place and thus target the wrestlers in his stable, making for multiple storylines.
    With either of these scenarios, WWE could do more to provide heel managers to represent teams, paying particular attention to wrestlers we have seen over the years who have a ton of talent but are not necessarily the best mic workers (Lance Storm, Brock Lesnar, Roman Reigns, 1,2,3 Kid). We have all seen both face and heel wrestlers over the years who who basically choke on the mic, once they step in front of an audience. The increased use of managers could put a believable voice and offer legitimacy to workers with the physical gifts to succeed but who may not have the personality to match their physical talent.
    In allowing veteran talent the opportunity to be presented as mentors or ultimately managers, WWE would be able to hold on to the presence of some very gifted performers while also enhancing the status of many of their up and coming stars. If done properly, it becomes a no-lose proposition.

  12. mikekoslowskisr | May 11, 2016 at 5:31 pm | Reply

    I really don’t care the current stars are pretty exciting to watch, lot better than the same B.S. you see week after week

  13. Randy Orton? YES PLEASE. I have been waiting since March because that’s when I started to like WWE then eventually Randy Orton. Can’t wait.

  14. Orton having to return to WWE as a heel like he’s been and has been having to continue being abhorrently sucks dissatisfyingly and hellaciously worse than loathesome and is pathetic SUCKFEST crap!
    WWE is the most boring, non-entertaining idiocy and I hate WWE!!! Because WWE sucks the way it is right now!!!
    Nothing about the current stars in WWE is exciting or cool anymore. And as long as Randy Orton has to return or come back to WWE as a heelish bad guy sucks!!!
    Cena being portrayed as teaching other superstars how to behave in WWE is a fucking absolute goddamn disgrace!! Only thing I believe in right now is fucking buying a baseball bat and inflicting some much-needed street justice against John Cena and IWC smarks who want to portray John Cena as being a supposed good guy. I’d rather physically fucking die than allow that to happen and truthfully John Cena deserves not just a baseball bat to bust apart his fucking skull but to be bitten/mauled by two dogs!!!
    Then he can get the fuck out of WWE. Because right now, I know I have to wait to do all that.
    Besides, he says he loves WWE. He can say he does.
    But, I don’t.
    Because him being allowed to have or gain so much control is worse than utterly rotten, despicable, awful, no-damn-good and HATEFULLY lousy, bad, evil, infuriating, antagonistic, wrong and I DON’T agree witallowing that to continue!!!

    • The Menace At Hand | May 20, 2016 at 4:14 pm | Reply

      Simple solution then for ya, Jennifer: STOP WATCHING! Noone is holding your hand to the fire making you watch Raw or Smackdown. So STFU and change the frickin channel! Problem solved.

  15. Skinhead Jenn | May 20, 2016 at 3:33 pm | Reply

    Cena,Bryan,Reigns and other fucking rapist, sadistic slumlords in WWE not getting a Skinhead girl showing up at WWE shows with a baseball bat to unleash justice on their fucking skulls is what hatefully and objectionably sucks! Because they and other superstars and some smarks still need to have street justice unleashed on em!

  16. Skinhead Jenn | May 20, 2016 at 3:46 pm | Reply

    Randy Orton was incredibly fantastic in 2008-2012!!!
    He was astonishingly handsome,cool, super-adoreably-cute, fascinating sting, interesting, sensitive, vulnerable, resilient strong, a total sweetheart,respectful, awesome, caring, funny, extremely cool, understanding, trustworthy, protective, a good guy, a fighter and an absolutely wonderful,mraningful,kind, angelic blessing!!!!

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