There is no other man in the professional wrestling industry with a mind more complicated than Vince McMahon. McMahon is known to make or break careers in a flash, and it seems like a certain RAW superstar has faced the wrath of Mr.McMahon.
After being in a relatively good spot for few weeks, which saw him get wins over Drew McIntyre and AJ Styles, Cedric Alexander has returned to obscurity with his fellow 205 Live superstars. The sudden change in Alexander’s booking pointed towards something fishy backstage, but it seems like that’s not the case.
According to WrestlingNews.co, Cedric Alexander has zero problems backstage and is a well-liked individual. The recent halt in his push is more to do with Vince McMahon ‘cooling-off’ on him, which basically means Vince doesn’t see value in pushing him anymore.
“Everything I’ve heard about him is that he is well-liked backstage and I have not heard of anything that he might have done to rub people the wrong way so it looks like McMahon simply cooled off on him.”
Cedric Alexander still has a great deal of his career left in front of him, and his tremendous wrestling abilities will surely win him greater accolades in the future. His promo work leaves a lot to be desired, and it could be another reason why the Chairman of WWE doesn’t want him in top spots anymore.
Elsewhere, another superstar who has failed to stay on top of WWE for a long time, Jeff Hardy is facing trial for his most recent DUI incident which took place in October. Hardy is currently out due to injury, and was arrested on October 3rd after the cops pulled him over.
Jeff was also said to have blood on his nose, which was apparently a result of a fight between him and his wife. No domestic violence charges were filed against the Charismatic Enigma, but he will appear in court to face the DUI charges.