We toss around the term Creative Control so freely that I sometimes stop to wonder exactly what it means. Does it entail a major player having complete control of everything his character says, does and is asked to do? Does it actually mean "veto power".....meaning he doesn't have to do what management wants him to do? Can a performer with CC propose as well as dispose......meaning he can give WWE management his view of how characters other than himself should play their parts...... or are his suggestions pertinent only to himself? If the latter is true, what kind of say does management have when the CC guy suggests something that has a major effect on his opponent's career? No, I'm not going to start a "Montreal Screwjob" thread, but if Mick Foley's version of Montreal was the truth and Bret Hart was saying he would agree to lose the title to Foley or Steve Austin.....but not Shawn Michaels .....is that a CC request that should hold water? Isn't it a slippery slope to travel when a performer's Creative Control controls the immediate future direction of the company......and still is in effect after he's gone, for gosh sakes? It would be interesting to read a contract that provides for Creative Control.....if for no other reason than to learn how all-encompassing it truly is. Has anyone ever seen one?