Popular WWE Star Calls Vince McMahon ‘Awesome’ To Work With

Popular WWE Star Calls Vince McMahon ‘Awesome’ To Work With WWE

A popular WWE star has opened up about working with Vince McMahon and the impact the WWE executive chairman has had on their career.

With plenty of attention being directed at the changes that Vince McMahon has made to recent WWE programming and reports that some people behind the scenes are trying to stop McMahon’s changes, one half of the Street Profits has opened up about the “awesome” nature of McMahon.

Speaking on the Highlydishfunctional Show, Angelo Dawkins discussed the drive that McMahon for the Street Profits, saying:

“He was awesome. He was awesome. He always pushed us to do better and stuff like that. He just wanted us to succeed.

“If he felt like we weren’t doing our best, he would let us know. That’s what any coach, anybody that is your boss, if they don’t see you giving your best, they push you to be your best at any and everything, in every situation.

“It’s awesome to be around and work with somebody of that magnitude. He just has his eye on the prize each and every time.

“He always sees the big picture and he’s been a guide since being able to work with him.”

The Street Profits (Angelo Dawkins & Montez Ford) made their WWE debut in March 2016 in the Triple H-led NXT and would go on to be NXT Tag Team Champions.

They would be called up to the main roster in the 2019 WWE Draft and have been Raw and SmackDown Tag Team Champions.

Currently, they are drafted to WWE SmackDown with the pair having recently faced Pretty Deadly (Elton Prince & Kit Wilson), footage of which can be seen below.

Transcript from Fightful.

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3 months ago by Dave Adamson


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