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And shouldn't the consequence of a "vote of no confidence" have been explained at some point during the show?

Traditionally if you get a vote of no confidence you must either appoint someone else in your place OR call for a new election to vote on a successor.

Its like ever since they made HHH the new COO I've got to take a business class to understand concepts such as the role officers and directors play in voting out higher members, the effect shareholders have in controlling who becomes an officer/director in the first place, the powers of a COO in a corporation, the effect a vote of no confidence has if it is made by the employees of the company rather than the shareholders/officers/directors, I MEAN WHAT THE FUCK IS GOING ON!!!!

Memo to the WWE... tone down the business formalities for jesus fucks sakes... the product that you are putting out there is becoming more like taking a corporations class then it is about rastling.
 

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Memo to the WWE... tone down the business formalities for jesus fucks sakes... the product that you are putting out there is becoming more like taking a corporations class then it is about rastling.
That's why they simplied the company name from World Wrestling Entertainment to just WWE; the wrestling aspect is not their main focus anymore.
 

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It's hard to stay focused on what Cole says, heel Cole has been entertaining but it has seriously hampered him as a play by play guy
 

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A vote of no confidence is when people vote based on whether they feel confident in the person in question and the way they are operating/running things etc.

So essentially the roster was saying that they aren't confident in Triple H's running of the company and they want someone else. They aren't voting him out or whatever, it's simply to get a gauge on the situation.

At least that's my understanding of it.
 

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That's why they simplied the company name from World Wrestling Entertainment to just WWE; the wrestling aspect is not their main focus anymore.
Sigh. Yes it is. It's their core form of business and the foundation to their company. That doesn't mean they can't dabble in outside ventures though. When Vince packs it in and decides to call it WME: World Movie Entertainment, then it's time to worry. What they're doing now is no different to Subway selling salads or soups. The core of their business is and always will be sandwiches but that doesn't mean they can only sell sandwiches.
 

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And the roster's opinion really means nothing on who the COO is.
Actually, it sort of does. Speaking in kayfabe terms, if the roster gets so displeased with the COO that they all walk out on him and refuse to work under his leadership, it kind of forces him to step down.

Not much a Chief Operating Officer can do when they have nothing to operate. Only option is getting the confidence of their employees back, which would most easily be achieved by stepping down and letting someone else assume the role to try and get things back to normal.
 

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Sigh. Yes it is. It's their core form of business and the foundation to their company. That doesn't mean they can't dabble in outside ventures though. When Vince packs it in and decides to call it WME: World Movie Entertainment, then it's time to worry. What they're doing now is no different to Subway selling salads or soups. The core of their business is and always will be sandwiches but that doesn't mean they can only sell sandwiches.
Sorry about that; I was wrong about the concept of what they're pulling for now.
 

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I dont get why he's COO dont you need to be qualified? Seems he got the job because he married into the family
Well he was a wrestler for many years and was closely involved with the family in charge. Odds are he's more qualified than most other people to know what to do. In theory at least. As we've seen, his "old school" attitude has led to the entire locker room deciding that he sucks.

Apparently booking yourself into numerous world title reigns does not a good businessman make.
 
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