WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon told The Times-Picayune that he has no plans to vanish from the business he loves simply because he doesn’t consider WWE “work.”
“No. No, never. This is not work for me. I never go to work. Ever. Every aspect of the business, whether it’s working with the talent or the writing staff, even on occasion working with the legal guys, it’s all a big family. I never go to work,” McMahon said after WWE officially announced WrestleMania 34 in New Orleans.
McMahon also said that he doesn’t sleep because he can’t get enough of the business and it’s something he loves and has the passion for.
Speaking regarding not being on television anymore, the boss said that he doesn’t miss it as he enjoys producing and directing more. “I can’t do that as a talent because you have to have your head wrapped around that. I’ve done both in the past, but it’s not what I prefer to do. It takes an extraordinary amount of energy to be able to do that. Trying to both is difficult. It really is,” McMahon said.
You can read the full interview at NOLA.COM.