Shane Douglas: Vince McMahon Doesn't Respect People
“I respect the hell out of him and all that he has accomplished but I don't think Vince has the capacity to respect other people.”
Although best known for his run as ECW’s Franchise, and as part of The Revolution in WCW, Shane Douglas also had a blink and you’ll miss it stint in WWE as Dean Douglas during the New Generation Era. And it seems he’s still upset about it.
Talking to Sportskeeda Wrestling UnSKripted, Douglas Shared his thoughts on his time working for Vince McMahon, saying: "Vince and I have a very terse relationship. I respect the hell out of him and all that he has accomplished but I don't think Vince has the capacity to respect other people. I think he thinks, 'I am paying you so you should kiss my a**', literally or figuratively. I come from a place where I'll work for you, I'll bust my butt for you and I'll show you respect and I expect to get that same respect back, that I never saw from him.
"When I went there in '95, he always made it a point to come and talk to me about ECW and I don't know if he was doing it intentionally or just not thinking about what he was saying but he never invoked those three letters - ECW. He would come and say to me, 'You worked in the bingo halls, in the small pond, in the minor leagues, the blood and guts company', and I thought to myself, 'Does he not realise how much that is p***ing me off when he says that?' It was just so stupid.”