Vince McMahon's mind isn't always set on a finish or idea, as long as there is a better idea presented to him.
D-Von Dudley currently works as a producer for WWE and was the listed producer for the Usos vs. Mysterios SmackDown Tag Team Title match at WWE Money in the Bank. Dudley received some online criticism from fans over how the match played out, with one user saying he should have stood up to Vince McMahon to get things changed.
When asked if Vince is open to ideas and changes on Table Talk, D-Von replied, "You can (pitch a different idea to Vince). You still have a Plan B in hand and another plan that will make the match better than the original idea that he may have come up with. He's open to that. Vince is not closed-minded to that. If he has an idea and he wants it to be shown on TV, but you come up with something better and he feels that way, he'll use it. He's open to that. He has no problem with that. He actually asked for that from his producers."
D-Von continued by saying, "That won't make news. 'Vince is doing the right thing.' Everybody wants to 'down Vince.' Sometimes, 'I'm like goddamnit Vince, what the hell.' Then there are other times I'm like, 'Damn, Vince, that was good.' You'll never be able to satisfy everybody, no matter how good it is. You can have a million people love the pay-per-view and there will always be that one percent who is like 'it sucked, it was horrible.' So the idiot saying that because I didn't go up to Vince McMahon and say something that I'm a horrible person and the match was horrible; that match was great. 15,000 people in the arena were chanting 'this is awesome.'"
It did indeed make the news, D-Von.
The Usos were victorious over the Mysterios at WWE Money in the Bank, beginning their fifth reign at SmackDown Tag Team Champions.
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