Is WWE Chairman Vince McMahon really dead or is this just another elaborate plot to increase TV ratings?
If this is just a part of the show, I’d just go ahead and kill Vince McMahon for real. Jeez… This thing is just getting waaay too far now.
The World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) has been known for coming up with over the top angles to increase TV ratings and promote the brand we have come to know as ”professional wrestling.”
A couple of days ago, the WWE either came up with probably the most bizarre storyline ever on TV or had experienced a rather unfortunate tragedy. Yep, Vince McMahon, Chairman of the WWE, was presumably dead after the explosion of his limousine on Monday Night RAW.
Monday Night RAW was intended to have this appreciation night for the company’s strange chairman. As ya’ll know by know, they were not able to have that exactly following the explosion of Vinnie Mac’s little limousine.
RAW’s ”Mr. McMahon Appreciation Night” turned deadly when the WWE Chairman’s limousine burst into a fiery explosion just moments after Mr. McMahon stepped into it. Permanently uprooting the world of sports-entertainment, the Chairman has been presumed dead in Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
If Vinnie Mac is really dead then my money is on Donald Trump as the chairman’s assassin. He he… For what it’s worth, federal officials investigating the ”McMahon limo explosion case” will be releasing a statement this Thursday. And if this is just another storyline, I wouldn’t be surprised if one of the investigators become a WWE wrestler soon.
”By the time we arrived on the scene, the entire automobile was on fire,” explained a Wilkes-Barre firefighter. ”It was like an inferno, and our guys were doing whatever they could to contain it as quickly as possible. In my 27 years with the fire department, I’ve never seen anything like that.”
”We’re doing our best to respect the McMahon family and the fans of WWE,” the firefighter said. ”However, with that said, we have not found anything, there hasn’t been confirmation that Mr. McMahon’s body was extracted from the limo.”
If all this is just another elaborate storyline then this IS the most ridiculous thing these guys came up with since they had two Undertakers in one ring. If this is just a part of the show, then was the death of Eddie Guerrero a part of the show too?
Somebody tell the WWE that we want more wrestling and less of this crap.
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