Loyalty is important to Vince McMahon? Which orifice of your body has your head been up inside the last 20 years? You've already mentioned the screw-job, he sacks guys who are injured too long, he reneges on his word constantly. Yeah, he's as loyal as Cena is squeaky-clean.I think subconsciously Vinnie Mac is still hurt a bit. Loyalty is apparently very important to him, but more so than that, I think Flair jumping ship would have hurt his ego. That said, I'm sure that in a few years time when the dust settles he will be able to forgive and forget.
Any good businessman must have thick skin if there is money to be made from burying the hatchet and moving on from the past. Vince understands this. If he could patch things up with Bret Hart after the Montreal Screwjob, conveniently forgetting Flair's time with TNA will be a piece of cake for him.
And what's the WWE title match at the next the PPV, again?I don't think so... WWE is now pushing younger stars, they don't need the nature boy.
You realize how many times Mick Foley "retired" under the WWE storylines? And most recently John Cena's "fired" storyline? Poor argument as WWE (like every promotion) doesn't want the retirement stipulation to mean anything.Retirement matches used to be meaningless in pro wrestling, but WWE (with guys like Flair and Michaels) seem to want the retirement stipulation to actually mean something. As it should.