WWE Superstars Who Got Special Treatment From Vince McMahon

Vince McMahon makes it clear if he likes a certain Superstar. It's no secret.

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The wrestler to receive the most preferential treatment from Vince McMahon has to be Triple H. From his days in The Kliq to marrying Stephanie McMahon, Triple H has always had power in the WWE.

The son-in-law of the WWE CEO receiving special treatment is a given but Triple H’s power was unlike any other in wrestling. The years of 2002-2005 were dominated by Triple H in the title picture and holding the main event heel spot on RAW.

Many Superstars to discuss that era of WWE in shoot interviews or podcasts claimed McMahon was infatuated with Michaels becoming the top star in the company and let Michaels get away with anything. 

Vince McMahon has loyalty for what The Rock has done for the company and what The Rock’s family has given to the business over the years. Add in the mainstream appeal and The Rock was able to main event back-to-back WrestleMania events against John Cena, including having a short title run in 2013.

Brock Lesnar is someone who has received a lot of chances to showcase his skills. It’s extremely rare for a part-time Superstar to be given the honor of holding the WWE Championship. You can even look at 2002 when Brock was made champion just a few months into his career. Vince McMahon has always treated him as a special.

The Undertaker has to be Vince McMahon’s most trusted wrestler. From his debut in 1990, ‘Taker has given his all to the company. Most wrestlers went to WCW or retired for a few years but The Undertaker has been loyal and upfront with McMahon.  It's no wonder that he was the one to induct him into the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2022.

The Undertaker is viewed as a leader in the WWE landscape among wrestlers and McMahon has definitely appreciated him for it. At this point in his career, McMahon allows The Undertaker to wrestle whenever he wants to. Taker has the best schedule any athlete can hope for and McMahon allows it.

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