Vince McMahon cancels RAW Superstar's plans
Vince McMahon

According to WrestlingNews.co sources, Vince McMahon agreed to postpone a drive and step with WWE RAW Superstar Peyton Royce in another direction.

This comes after last week's teamwork with Peyton Royce and Lacey Evans on RAW, which seems to mean Royce was paused.

Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter published a related article.

He pointed out that because of the lack of tag-teams in the women's tag-team, WWE is attempting to make Dana Brooke and Mandy Rose a team.

That is why Vince McMahon introduced Lacey Evans and Peyton Royce as a team.

This shocked everyone because Vince McMahon had been highly praising and wanted to give them a single career boost for Peyton Royce, and another Superstar Bianca Belair.

The IIconics have broken up weeks later and Billie Kay has been sent to SmackDown, where she does not do anything. Vince McMahon, however, seems again to have changed plans.


Lacey Evans and Peyton Royce's pairing with Vince McMahon is weird

The story of Lacey Evans and Peyton Royce seemed to start well. Both of them cut an intriguing promo on RAW last week where they seemed to be doing well.

 

But things soon improved after RAW as the RAW Chat showed the two bickerings. This also circulated over social media in all Twitter industry jabs.

Fans were uncertain about the successes of WWE and Vince McMahon.


However one thing is obvious, the single-push by Peyton Royce looks dead in the water, and Vince McMahon agreed to alter his plans for the former Iconic member.

This was proven when Lacey Evans threw Peyton Royce into her individual talents and she never used to be. 


Never having potentially lost on the WWE is a positive thing and all the more so when that talent is expended on a huge drive.

There can be nothing said with the decision of Vince McMahon, but we can only expect to see Peyton Royce coming back.

Who knows it, perhaps a prelude to a special match between Lacey Evans and Royce. 

Post a Comment

Previous Post Next Post