WWE Hall Of Famer Jim Duggan recently discussed the circumstances leading to Vince McMahon’s removal from WWE in an exclusive interview with Wrestling Inc.
McMahon resigned as WWE chairman and CEO amid allegations of misconduct against him.
Duggan noted that he thought McMahon would stay with WWE until the end of his life.
“Oh, I don’t talk to Vince much. I’ve never been an office man. I never went to Bill Watt’s house, I never went to Fritz’s house, I never went to Vince’s house – I’m not an office man. The last thing I’d want to be was an agent for WWE. I knew Vince really loved the craft and who knows what happens at that level – that’s a long way from me. But it would take such a thing to get Vince out of office. That guy, he’s like Flair – he’s the business, he loves the business, the ring is his whole business. I think he would be there until the end.”