As I'm sure we all know, Vince McMahon.... Well, he holds grudges... Alot. This whole debacle regarding the Pepsi Center, for all intents and purposes, is done. The Denver Nuggets have washed their hands of the matter. Yet, Vince simply can't let it go. Rather, quite the opposite... Vince is choosing to let the grudges he holds consume him. I think it's fair to say we're going to see an entire episode of Raw devoted to this whole mess. There's already a "Lakers vs. Nuggets" ten man tag team match, and if you think Vince is done, you surely haven't been watching the WWE in the past few years. My questions are simple... Why does Vince choose to let his personal life take place inside of the ring? Second, does such an action have an positive influence on the show? I don't see how Vince invoking his personal life into the program has any positive effect on the program. Yes, certain people like that Vince has an attitude, and that he fights. But at a certain point, Vince has to realize something.... People simply don't care. I sympathize with Vince's plights, but quite frankly, I don't think it makes for good entertainment, unless those plights involve the actual wrestling. Thoughts? Concerns?