WWE star describes incident which made Vince McMahon “die laughing in the back”

In an interview with Chris Featherstone of Sportskeeda, former WWE creative writer Vince Russo has described Vince McMahon’s humor as “childlike and so juvenile” and current superstar Xavier Woods has spoken about an incident which reflects that.



While on The Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling podcast, Woods recalls McMahon “screaming laughing” backstage when he played the trombone during a match:

“I decided why don’t I bring out the trombone to the ring with me. I may never get another chance to bring it out onto TV with me. Kofi and Big E are having a match and I’m on the floor, as per usual (laughs). So I have the trombone and I’m thinking to myself what would make the guys laugh. I just started randomly playing the trombone during the match and during the commercial break the cameraman walked up to me. He said Vince is dying laughing in the back, he loves the trombone, keep playing it. Vince had tears in his eyes and he was screaming laughing, he loved it that much. When we got to the back he said, ‘Forever, forever, you will always be bringing out the trombone to the ring with you.’” (H/T Post Wrestling)

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