Former WWE Referee Jimmy Korderas Praises Raw For ‘Subtle Changes’

10 months ago by Sanchez Taylor

Former WWE Referee Jimmy Korderas Praises Raw For ‘Subtle Changes’ WWE

Former WWE official Jimmy Korderas has praised the ‘different feel’ of Monday’s (July 25) edition of Raw.

The show was the first following Vince McMahon’s retirement, and Triple H being named the head of WWE creative.

Jimmy Korderas, who worked for WWE from 1987 to 2009, spotted several subtle changes to the show.

In a #ReffinRant video shared to Twitter, Korderas said:

“There was some subtle changes. I thought the show flowed very nicely, it was very entertaining, there was a lot of good stuff going on, obviously, not perfect, but still a little different feel to it …

“It’s going to take some time to make some subtle changes, and I think Triple H will be the best one who can really integrate old school pro wrestling with modern day sports entertainment and combine the two in a way that will mesh well. Good luck, Triple H.”

SmackDown Women’s Champion Liv Morgan has noted that the WWE locker room is excited for the future, with Triple H running creative, and Stephanie McMahon and Nick Khan acting as co-CEOs.

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