Seth Green talks Camp WWE with IGN, you can find that by going here He talks why the show is rated MA, picking the characters on the show and working with Vince McMahon.

Here is what he said about working with Vince:

Working with Vince McMahon was incredible. I mean, I grew up watching this man. I can’t really describe what he’s meant to me. The impact he’s had on my life. On so many lives. He’s so larger than life, in person and on screen. I met him back in 2009 when I hosted RAW as the first guest host back when they started doing that for a while. And I met him in the area right before you walk out into the arena. And he put his hand on my shoulder and gave me some advice for when I went out there. Really good advice about slowing things down and taking time to get my message across. And also to take in the experience and enjoy it. And so I don’t know if you saw what happened in the match I was in, but it was very eventful and when I came back he had his headset on and he looked over to me and have me a look and nod of approval and it meant the world to me. And then I returned in 2014 to host the Slammys, and by then everyone knew how much I loved the product and how much I respected it and so I got to meet a lot of people backstage and that’s when the idea for this show was presented to me. And so everything sort of sprung up from there.

So putting Vince in the show was a great joy and we really felt the freedom to do a lot of things with him. Because when on TV, the guy’s doing things like lifting people over his head or screwing over his own family, so we just needed to go even bigger and wilder than the truth. Which is that the man has a T-Rex skull mounted on the wall of his office. That’s the truth. I was there. So it’s not a big deal that he’s got a stuffed unicorn by the fireside. He’s incredibly directable. He gives an incredible performance. He really understands storytelling and he really understands performance. So getting these tracks from him has been a delight. I don’t think people are ready for how deep their going to fall in love with cartoon Vince McMahon.

Channel Guide Magazine has their interview with Seth Green

Here are this upcoming week’s WWE Network additions on the programming schedule:

Sunday at 7 PM, it will be the Payback Kickoff with Renée Young, Byron Saxton, Corey Graves and Booker T.

Sunday at 8 PM, it will be the 2016 WWE Payback pay-per-view:

Vince McMahon to decide whether The Authority or Shane McMahon will be in charge of Monday Night Raw

AJ Styles versus Roman Reigns for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship

Cesaro versus the Miz for the WWE Intercontinental Championship

Natalya with Bret Hart in her corner versus Charlotte with Ric Flair in her corner for the WWE Women’s Championship

The Vaudevillians versus Enzo and Cass (Number One Contender for the WWE Tag Team Titles)

Kevin Owens versus Sami Zayn

Baron Corbin versus Dolph Ziggler

Kickoff Match Ryback versus Kalisto for the United States Championship

(The first episode of Camp WWE will be available on demand this Sunday Following Payback)

Monday following Raw, it will be a brand-new “Edge and Christian Show” with the following description:

“Sit back, relax and pump up the volume, it’s time to rock out to Edge and Christian’s musical episode!”

Wednesday at 4 PM, it will be a brand-new “Table for 3” with Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat, Pat Patterson and Hillbilly Jim.

Wednesday at 8 PM Eastern, there will be a brand-new WWE NXT:

Samoa Joe will make his first live appearance in NXT since winning the NXT Title

Austin Aries will be in action

Friday at 4 PM ,WWE will add another new documentary to the “Beyond the Ring” section with “The Kliq Rules” documentary, which was released last July.

The WWE Music YouTube account posted the entrance themes for No Way José and Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson

Arda Ocal , formerly known as Kyle Edwards in WWE, appears in this video obviously recorded before his announced departure yesterday.

Here are more videos from the WWE sponsored gaming channel

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