You just can't keep a good man down, can you?
Apparently, somehow, that statement also applies to Vince McMahon.
The disgraced former CEO of WWE has made his staggering return to the company in a hostile takeover that would make Logan Roy think he'd gone a bit too far.
The implications this has for the business side of WWE are far-reaching, but most fans are concerned with how this will affect what they see onscreen. Since Vince left the creative team, there has been a notable improvement in the overall quality of the product due to the new artistic vision of Triple H.
Viewers are extremely worried that Vinnie Mac is about to power walk right back into the writers room and assume command of the booking once more. Whilst this would spell disaster for most, there might actually be a few wrestlers happy to see the old fella back.
Triple H has been an amazing booker, but nobody gets it right all the time. It's arguable that the following ten performers actually had it better under the previous administration, so at least we know some people will be happy if Vince does make a full comeback.
Some, but not many.
10. Ronda Rousey
The ballad of Ronda Rousey in WWE started off well, but has since devolved into an ear-piercing screech.
The former UFC star quite literally "rocked" up at WrestleMania 31, coming to the aide of Dwayne Johnson against Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. Almost three years later, The Baddest Woman on the Planet arrived in style at the end of the first ever Women's Royal Rumble.
She completely took the spotlight away from the match, but let's just ignore that for now.
The Vince era did a great job with Rousey from the day she started. Her debut match at WrestleMania 34 was unbelievable fun and she quickly captured the Raw Women's Championship, reigning for 232 days with the gold.
And what about under Triple H? Well...
Ever since her the disastrous ending to her feud with Liv Morgan, Rousey's stock has been in a tailspin. It doesn't help that she constantly looks and acts like she'd rather be literally anywhere else, but Trips just hasn't shone the same spotlight on her as the previous regime.
Ultimately, this is because The Game wants to focus on other women, but it's come at the cost of one of his biggest mainstream stars.