Lesson From Vince McMahon

“At least she’s in the arms of someone who cares for her!” – Vince McMahon



Though it might not seem like it, Vince McMahon is, seemingly, a hopeless romantic. Yes, the same Vince McMahon known for humiliating people by pulling down his pants to make groveling employees kiss his exposed butt. The same Vince McMahon who talks about his grape fruit-sized testicles. The same Vince McMahon who assaulted his daughter in front of a live audience just to prove he was a superior authority figure. The same…. Well, I think you get the point. So, it’s a little shocking in hindsight how much Vince McMahon wanted Ms. Elizabeth to be in the safe arms of someone who would treat her better than “Macho Man” Randy Savage. That man happened to be none other than … a kidnapping George “The Animal” Steele. Wait, what?

Seeing Ms. Elizabeth be verbally and physically abused, Steele took it upon himself to save the damsel in distress from her horrible situation by kidnapping her. The green tongued, hairy, animalistic man took Ms. Elizabeth from harm in one of the worst ways possible – by committing a crime. Yet, Vince McMahon proclaimed that Ms. Elizabeth being with Steele, going who-knows-where in the process was a good thing because Steele cared for her in a different manner than the “Macho Man”.

So, if you see a woman in an abusive relationship, you can kidnap her. And it’s not a crime as long as you care for/love her. Wow, that sounds as twisted as Vince McMahon’s “Kiss My A** Club.”


  1. Jim

    Interesting point. Is it real or a story plot for a McMahon promotion?

    1. James Bullock

      1986 greatness

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