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WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon made a shocking in-ring return at WrestleMania 38. However, that did not go well as he might have been involved in the worst match of his career. The 76-year-old even ended up taking a Stunner from WWE Hall of Famer Stone Cold Steve Austin which was awfully botched. It seems that WWE creative believed that it was a terrible idea for Vince to return to the squared circle.

Vince McMahon had planned the match a month back

According to a report from Fightful Select, Vince McMahon made the decision to wrestle on the show of shows a month prior to the event. That being said, many around him thought it was a terrible idea that he get back in the ring.

McMahon was said to have made the decision to wrestle on the show months ago, and numerous people close to him and on the creative team vocally expressed that they thought it was a terrible idea.

Vince McMahon reportedly, “chalked it up to ‘as long as people were laughing and entertained, it’s okay.’” He’s getting a laugh about his terrible stunner sell-job as well.

WrestleMania 38 Night 2 saw WWE Chairman Vince McMahon getting in the ring for a match. He squared off against Pat McAfee who had already picked up a huge win against Austin Theory. ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin, who made his in-ring return after 19 years at WrestleMania Saturday once again showed up on Sunday.

McMahon was in his protege, Austin Theory’s corner for his singles match against Pat McAfee at WrestleMania Night 2. After Theory lost the match, McMahon entered the ring and a referee came out for an impromptu match. Vince got an assist from Theory, and he managed to defeat McAfee. This marked his first WrestleMania victory.

While, Pat McAfee, Kevin Owens, and Austin Theory sold the ‘Stunner’ in epic manners, Vince botched the move in a humiliating manner. Given that, he is 76-years-old, it seemed that his body gave up ahead of taking Steve Austin’s signature move.

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
A dedicated pro wrestling follower for more than a decade

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