93 Facts About Vince McMahon

1. Vince McMahon had his reason for giving a non-wrestler so much visual airtime.

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2. Vince McMahon has a minority stake in Draft Kings and the plan is to encourage legalized gambling on the games and do fantasy on the XFL via Draft Kings.

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3. Vince McMahon has had some wicked ideas throughout his career.

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4. At the time of his win, Vince McMahon was 54 years old and 21 days old.

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5. Vince McMahon won the Match of the year award in 2006 when he had a No Holds Barred bout with Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania.

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6. Vince McMahon is famous enough to have his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame which pretty much solidifies his celebrity status.

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7. Vince McMahon changed the face of sports entertainment forever when he bought the WWE and created the current landscape of the industry.

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8. Vince McMahon proposed a way for Rhodes to generate more heat on the Goldust character: by attacking Vega from behind with a low blow.

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9. Vince McMahon features a profiling of the Mr Vince McMahon character, such as the rivalries with wrestlers, on-screen firings, and antics.

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10. Vince McMahon announced that the four of them combined would now run both Monday Night Raw, and SmackDown Live together collectively.

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11. Vince McMahon warned him that his lawsuit would result in him being fired, but McMahon has the cash to deal with that empty threat.

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12. Vince McMahon made himself special guest referee in Reigns' rematch against Sheamus on the January 4, 2016 episode of Raw, where Reigns won after McMahon was knocked out and another referee made the decision.

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13. Vince McMahon came out and restarted the match at Rock's request and Rock was victorious.

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14. Vince McMahon has appeared on SmackDown, making occasional matches and reminding Long that he is still on probation.

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15. Vince McMahon was himself interrupted by a lawyer claiming Kennedy was not McMahon's son and that the real son would be revealed the next week on Raw.

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16. Vince McMahon began a feud with Eric Bischoff in late 2005, when he decided that Bischoff was not doing a good job as General Manager of Raw.

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17. Vince McMahon ended the match with a Rock Bottom to defeat Hogan.

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18. Vince McMahon threw Austin through the side of the cage thus giving him the victory.

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19. Vince McMahon awarded Mankind the WWF Hardcore Championship due to his status as a hardcore wrestling legend.

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20. Vince McMahon held a presentation ceremony, and introduced The Undertaker and Kane.

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21. Vince McMahon began expanding the company nationally by promoting in areas outside of the company's Northeast US stomping grounds and by signing talent from other companies, such as the American Wrestling Association.

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22. Vince McMahon pushed for the renaming of the company to the World Wrestling Federation.

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23. Vince McMahon has served as an announcer and professional wrestler in WWE—using a gimmick known by the ring name Mr McMahon, based on his real life persona.

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24. Vince McMahon currently serves as the majority owner, chairman and CEO of WWE as well as founder of Alpha Entertainment, which is the holding company of the American football league the XFL.

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25. Vince McMahon is one of the few celebrities in the world to have a star on the Hollywood walk of fame and the best part is, he is not even a Hollywood star.

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26. In 1993, Vince McMahon was charged by the US Attorney for the Eastern District of New York with routinely obtaining anabolic steroids for his stable of strongmen, and employing a shady Pennsylvania doctor with an easy hand on the prescription pad to ensure regular shipments of juice to then-WWF headquarters at "Titan Tower" in Stamford, Connecticut.

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27. Vince McMahon eventually won the battle and today enjoys one of the world's most successful entertainment dynasties.

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28. Vince McMahon accomplished that through combining the traditional sport of wrestling with elements from the entertainment world; and giving the promotion a national audience (by promoting WWF events and selling airtime to local stations nationwide; airing weekly programs and pay-per-view events on cable and satellite TV).

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29. In 1969, when Vince McMahon was around 25 years old, his father finally let him into the business.

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30. In 2014, Vince McMahon returned to the Forbes list, with an estimated net worth of $1.2 billion.

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31. At that time Vince McMahon was known as Vince Lupton, using his stepfather's surname.

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32. Vince McMahon claimed one of his stepfathers, Leo Lupton, used to beat his mother and attacked him when he tried to protect her.

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33. In 2000, Vince McMahon was starting the XFL that becomes hi another possible way to obtain cash.

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34. Vince McMahon headlined multiple pay-per-view events from 1999 to 2000 and participated in the main event of WrestleMania 2000, as a cornerman for The Rock.

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35. Vince McMahon took the business from a local promotion in the north eastern part of the United States and made it a global company.

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36. Vince McMahon started his wrestling career in 1971 as an announcer.

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37. Vince McMahon was fortunate enough as he was acquitted of some drug charges that were facing him.

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38. Vince McMahon pursued his university education at the East Carolina University where he graduated in 1968.

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39. In 1982, Vince McMahon purchased the corporation from his father and transformed it into a fully thriving wrestling business in America.

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40. Vince McMahon has known Trump for 30 years, but she told Roll Call that their relationship was strictly business.

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41. Vince McMahon told Roll Call that there are some things she disagrees with Trump about.

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42. In 2010, Vince McMahon lost with 43.2 percent of the vote and only won one county.

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43. Vince McMahon was 37 years old when he bought the WWF, and the story of his life up until that point is, in many ways, more interesting than what came after.

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44. In an interview with Playboy Vince McMahon talked about how he would try to protect his mother from his stepfather who would then beat him as well.

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45. Vince McMahon was in a heated rivalry with Triple H during The Attitude Era which led to Triple H putting the title on the line in a match against Vince.

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46. Vince McMahon is famous and not just wrestling famous either.

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47. Vince McMahon is arguably the most influential person to ever work in the professional wrestling business.

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48. Vince McMahon admitted that WWF wrestling was technically not a real sport, as the outcome of each match was known in advance.

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49. Vince McMahon is the one responsible for every line, every angle or every line.

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50. AJ Styles reveals what Vince McMahon told him before his debut.

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51. Vince McMahon has booked major plans for Becky Lynch after her injury.

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52. Vince McMahon has to be beyond flustered that his heel turns keep backfiring.

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53. Vince McMahon will reportedly go to great lengths to ensure Enzo Amore doesn't repeat Survivor Series stunt.

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54. In 1993, Vince McMahon was indicted in federal court after a steroid controversy engulfed the promotion and thus temporarily ceded control of the WWF to his wife Linda.

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55. In 2015, Vince McMahon returned to the list with an estimated worth of $1.2 billion.

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56. In 2014, Vince McMahon had an estimated net worth of $1.2 billion.

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57. At that time, Vince McMahon was known as Vince Lupton, using his stepfather's surname.

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58. In 2001, Vince McMahon was interviewed by Playboy and performed an interview with his son Shane for the second issue of the magazine that year.

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59. Vince McMahon was furious about the heinous words regarding his family, and how Owens was not respectful, and how he planned to prosecute everybody who wronged him.

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60. At the end of that night as a face, Vince McMahon confronted Kevin Owens, who was unhappy about Vince's son Shane attacking him the week before, which resulted in Shane being suspended.

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61. On the April 3, 2017 episode of Raw, Vince McMahon returned to announce Kurt Angle as the new Raw General Manager and the upcoming Superstar Shake-up.

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62. Vince McMahon returned on the December 14, 2015 episode of Raw, aligning himself with The Authority, by confronting Roman Reigns over his attack on Triple H at the TLC pay-per-view.

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63. Vince McMahon returned on the November 3, 2014 episode of Raw, making a stipulation that if Team Cena had defeated Team Authority at Survivor Series, The Authority would be removed from power.

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64. The match did not officially start, but Vince McMahon held his own in a brawl with Punk until Punk attempted the GTS.

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65. On June 11, 2012, Vince McMahon returned to give a job evaluation to John Laurinaitis.

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66. Vince McMahon was then restrained from retaliating by Trump's bodyguards and Bobby Lashley, Trump's representative.

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67. Vince McMahon went on to fiddle with Trump's tie and flick Trump's nose.

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68. In January 2007, Vince McMahon started a feud with Donald Trump, which was featured on major media outlets.

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69. Vince McMahon tried to prove that Mr America was Hogan under a mask but failed at these attempts.

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70. When the lights came back on, Vince McMahon came to the ringside to distract Hogan.

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71. Vince McMahon purchased long-time rival promotion World Championship Wrestling in March 2001 from AOL Time Warner and signed many wrestlers from the organization.

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72. Vince McMahon was then absent from WWF television until late 2000.

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73. Vince McMahon became a member of the short-lived stable The Union, during May 1999.

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74. Vince McMahon had put up $100,000 to anyone who could eliminate Austin from the Royal Rumble match.

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75. Vince McMahon restarted a long-running feud with Stone Cold Steve Austin when, in December 1998, he made Austin face the Undertaker in a Buried Alive match with the Royal Rumble qualification on the line.

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76. Vince McMahon participated in a "Corporate Rumble" on the January 11, 1999 Raw as an unscheduled participant, but was eliminated by Chyna.

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77. Vince McMahon referred to The Rock as the "Corporate Champion" thus forming the Corporation with his son Shane and The Rock.

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78. Vince McMahon ordered the WWF Championship to be defended in a 14-man tournament named Deadly Games at Survivor Series in 1998.

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79. In the fall of 1998, Vince McMahon said he was "damn sick and tired" of seeing Stone Cold Steve Austin as the WWF Champion and developed a "master plan" to remove the championship from Austin.

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80. Vince McMahon largely remained an commentator after the Bret Hart incident on Raw.

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81. As part of the angle, Vince McMahon sent various WWF wrestlers to Memphis in order to dethrone Lawler as the "king of professional wrestling".

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82. Vince McMahon can be seen screaming at medics and WWF personnel during the May 26, 1990 episode of WWF Superstars of Wrestling, when Hogan was not moved out of the arena quickly enough.

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83. As with most play-by-play commentators, Vince McMahon was a babyface "voice of the fans", in contrast to the heel color commentator, usually Jesse Ventura, Bobby Heenan or Jerry Lawler.

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84. At the 1987 Slammy Awards, Vince McMahon performed in a musical number and sang the song "Stand Back".

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85. Vince McMahon eventually became the regular play-by-play commentator and maintained that role until November 1997, portraying himself as easily excited and over-the-top.

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86. The elder Vince McMahon let Morgan walk instead of giving into his demands and needed a replacement on the spot, offering it to his son.

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87. The league began in February 2001, with Vince McMahon making an appearance at the first game.

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88. In October 1999, Vince McMahon led the WWF in an initial public offering of company stock.

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89. On February 21, 1980, Vince McMahon officially founded Titan Sports, and the company's headquarters were established in South Yarmouth, Massachusetts, using the now defunct Cape Cod Coliseum as a home base for the company.

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90. The younger Vince McMahon was behind the Muhammad Ali versus Antonio Inoki match of 1976.

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91. Throughout the 1970s, Vince McMahon became the prominent force in his father's company and, over the next decade, assisted his father in tripling TV syndication.

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92. In 1968, Vince McMahon graduated from East Carolina University with a business degree and after a nondescript career as a traveling salesman, he was eager to assume a managerial role in his father's World Wide Wrestling Federation promotion.

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93. Vince McMahon was raised as Vinnie Lupton and spent the majority of his childhood living with his mother and a string of stepfathers.

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