WWE boss Vince McMahon 'threw a fit' about Otis and Keith Lee and orders pair to do extra training
WWE boss Vince McMahon is alleged to have 'thrown a fit' over the performances of Otis, Keith Lee and other 'big guys'.
So angry was the wrestling supremo, they've been ordered to take part in two training sessions a week at the WWE Performance Centre.
Wrestling Observer Newsletter initially reported that McMahon had lost it over the 'working ability' of certain talents on the main roster.
The 75-year-old CEO was said to be especially upset by some of the 'big guys'.
PWInsider has since identified those wrestlers as Otis, Lee, Dabbo-Kato, Mace and AJ Style's bodyguard Omos.
Otis and Lee are the headline names with the duo once considered among McMahon's favourite in-ring entertainers.
But Lee has struggled since joining the main roster due to tinkering of his theme music, his look and even how he moves in the ring.
The extra training sessions are reportedly being led by RAW Superstar Drew Gulak and WWE Producer Adam Pearce.
It is unclear how deep McMahon's frustrations go.
Some fans in recent years have noted the CEO failing to commit long-term to a rising star of WWE.
Fightful Select report that some fellow wrestlers are "baffled" by the inclusion of Lee in McMahon's ire.
They add that there have been concerns over how stiff Otis has appeared in the squared-circle.
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