Musical producer

Former WWE employee and music producer says things will get ‘louder, bigger and better than ever’ after Vince McMahon retires

Vince McMahon’s retirement is still a topic of conversation in pro wrestling town. The Big Man has been with the company for 40 years. McMahon has worked with many exceptional talents, from musicians to content creators. Papa Mac had always found ways to bring people of exceptional ability to his promotion.

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One of those exceptional talents that McMahon once added to WWE was Jimmy Hart. Hart was known for his management skills and during his time he managed over a dozen superstars like The Honky Tonk Man, Bret Hart and Jim Neidhart. Hart is also a songwriter who has written over 20 entrance songs for WWE wrestlers.

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Jimmy Hart considers McMahon to have played an important role in his successful career. While talking with the macmania podcastHart talked about Vince McMahon. “He put food on our table for a long, long time. He gave me a break for the big time – in New York – for which I will always be grateful.

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Hart, who was also known as Mouth of The South on his first day in WWE, also spoke about how Mr. McMahon’s character affected him. “He was always in on it. His suits were ironed, his tie was in place, his hair was done. He has always been the image of success. It made you feel like you wanted to do better. For me, he was awesome. He always encouraged me. He always gave me a chance. (H/T Wrestling Inc.)

Jimmy Hart on Vince McMahon’s retirement

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However, while talking about Vince McMahon’s retirement in an interview with Fight Inc. The Mouth of The South said it would not affect the business.

“That’s another part of the story. I was history at WrestleMania One, I was history at Summer Slam Number One. And that’s just another part of the story. Everything is progressing. I’ve always said before that this company is still rock and roll. Hulk has come and gone, Stone Cold has come and gone, The Rock has come and gone, John Cena has come and gone. And all of a sudden it’s still going strong and bigger and better than ever, so it’s still evolving. I’m sure it will be the same. said Hart.

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Now that Triple H has taken over WWE and fans are loving the new product, it seems like what Hart said is accurate. Hart is still under contract with the company and has been a vital part of the WWE Universe even at the age of 79.