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7 Worst General Managers In WWE History

The General Manager role is something that has been a part of WWE television since the brand extension started in 2002. There's been GMs of Raw and Smackdown since that time as well as ECW when it was around. Even JBL is the GM of NXT these days although they really don't have him do a lot. This past week on Raw, the GM Brad Maddox was fired. He was barely on television as the GM, so it makes sense why he was fired. With Stephanie McMahon and Triple H assuming major roles on TV as heel authority figures there really isn't a need for any GM on Raw. Whether they will name somebody new for the job or not is something that is completely up in the air at this point. With Maddox removed from the job, it's time to reflect on the other GMs in WWE history. There were some awesome ones over the years like Eric Bischoff, Steve Austin and Paul Heyman while Vickie Guerrero has had more good than bad moments during her long run. Teddy Long is a bit of a mixed bag in that he was never great, but at least he looked like he belonged in the role. AJ Lee didn't have a long run as GM although she was entertaining in the role. There isn't going to be any kind of tribute video to Maddox because he wasn't impressive in the role. Here's a look at where Maddox ranks among the worst GM's in the history of WWE.
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