Pat McAfee Drops Vince McMahon Heath Bombshell

Pat McAfee has publicly apologized to Aaron Rodgers for any controversies that may have arisen due to the quarterback’s appearances on “The Pat McAfee Show.” McAfee expressed his gratitude and apologized for any negative consequences that may have resulted from the platform’s discussions, specifically mentioning the recent “darkness retreat” conversations. Rodgers told McAfee he used psychedelic tea.



McAfee’s apology came after reports emerged that some individuals within the league or team believe Rodgers may be more trouble than he’s worth, ahead of his upcoming four-day retreat. In response to McAfee’s apology, Rodgers acknowledged the hot water they had gotten themselves into but also appreciated the opportunity to speak candidly on the show.

It is possible that Rodgers’ discussion of his use of psychedelic tea during the offseason may have contributed to the controversies surrounding his appearances on “The Pat McAfee Show.”

The former NFL star joked that even though the nonsanctioned showdown received this poor accolade, it is a night he’ll remember for the rest of his life. McAfee adds that you should “never trust a rattlesnake,” a reference to Steve Austin giving him a stunner after he helped him fight McMahon off.

McAfee wrote about this match in a series of tweets.

Well… Me and Vince McMahon’s match at WrestleMania has officially been named “Worst (non-sanctioned) match of the year.

The old man was MUCH stronger than anybody could’ve imagined.. Caught me off guard quite a bit (and I was Cheap Shotted to start it all)

Fun Fact.. The 1st time Steve gave Vince a stunner was in 1997… I was 10 years old, from a working class community, and it made me fall in love with the business.

Wonder if it would be magical to get one last BAHGAWD in Stone Cold’s State?

But… How do we get there?

OHHHH.. He has to abuse his power a little bit… ohhhhhh

When I was invited back in the ring.. I thought I was gonna get to celebrate Stone Cold finally ending the run with Vince.. “The Common Beer Drinking Employee” has finally put the old “Power abusing Billionaire Boss” away..

I was LIVING A DREAM whilst they wrapped (in my opinion) the greatest/most impactful storyline in the history of wrestling.



My brain may have been used during the planning of all of this.. So I appreciate the award.. obviously.

I’m not a movie guy.. I didn’t watch shows.. I don’t play video games.. From an entertainment standpoint.. Football and Wrestling are the only 2 things I’ve ever consistently watched/loved for my whole life.

Cheers to you all. I’ll remember that night, in Jerry World, forever.


Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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