“The Mountie” Jacques Rogueau talks about Vince McMahon being scared of the Bulldogs

Former WWE Intercontinental champion Jacques Rogueau recently sat down with Chris Deez from It’s My Wrestling Podcast.


During the Interview Rogueau discussed how Vince McMahon was scared of the Bulldogs culture of bullying backstage. Rogueau also talked about how McMahon never fired him after standing up to the tag team.

You can see Rogueau’s comments below:

I think because Vince was afraid of the Bulldogs. I think of all the times that they were doing bad jokes to people. Cutting their pants in the winter before they went to the airport, things that were not nice, shaving a guy’s hair and losing his character. I think that Vince and the boys would laugh about it, because it was always something about ego. I think he would laugh almost like people that are afraid to face their bullies in life. You could be sitting in a class at school and you have this guy who’s always doing dirty jokes or being mean. Then he looks at you, you have two choices. You could either look at him and laugh because then he’s not going to touch you because you’re on his side. Or you can make a man out of yourself and don’t look at him and not acknowledge him. I think that Vince was afraid of The Bulldogs bullying. I think he was half encouraging it and half saying hey guys, that’s not funny, you know? I think it wasn’t the way maybe to approach it because the Bulldogs were saying okay, he heard it he laughed a little bit, but he didn’t fire us, so I think we could keep going. They got worse and worse. So when I stood up, the only guy who stood up to them, I think Vince realised that he screwed up, that he shouldn’t let it go that far.

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