Originally Posted by DesolationRow
That's the rumor. Supposedly, Dunn disliked/distrusted Sheamus, and that was one reason Sheamus was jobbed out for a while a year ago. Triple H had endorsed Sheamus, but Dunn reportedly used pay-per-view buyrates with Sheamus headlining in 2010 as evidence for why they couldn't trust him with "the ball," and was instrumental behind jobbing him out. There was also talk of how Sheamus needed to re-sign with them, too. Anyway, the Dunn/Levesque power struggle supposedly encompasses many matters in WWE today, with Dunn leading Vince more toward the "sports entertainment" avenue and Levesque emphasizing all-around solid talents, etceteras. I don't know how much truth, if any, there is in this but like I said, it could be a possible explanation for why WWE's product has been so largely shaky these past few months.
Hmmm. I've heard of the Seamus stuff but not to that extent. Didn't know it went deeper than that either. I guess when you look at the whole thing together it does provide a plausible reason for the utter shambles WWE has become as of late. Two opposing sides fighting for two different things with a damn lunatic in the middle lol. What we see on TV every week is the outcome.