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WWE: Vince McMahon missed WrestleMania main event

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WrestleMania 30 saw the crowning of the new People's Champion. No, The Rock didn't take home the belt but someone just as popular - Daniel Bryan - did.

But there was one famous face who wasn't their to see the high flying-fan favourite be named World Heavyweight Champion.

According to a report from PWInsider (subscription required), President of the organization Vince McMahon had already left the SuperDome by the time The YES Movement got their chance to celebrate.

So where was Big Vince when all this happened?

Apparently he was in an ambulance that took The Undertaker to hospital.

After Taker's first ever WrestleMania loss and the snapping of the streak to Brock Lesnar, 'The Phenom' was reported to be seriously hurt and was being transported to A&E for a suspected concussion and neck injury.

The show went on seamlessly without a hitch after Mr McMahon departed however, Triple H and Stephanie McMahon the second's in command in the event that is always a tight ship.

One Twitter account, the now defunct @Hawx456, tweeted: “OH MY GOD! MY MOM JUST TRANSPORTED THE UNDERTAKER TO THE HOSPITAL AND MET PAUL HEYMAN! HOLY CRAP!!”

The WWE are yet to comment on Taker's wellbeing following his loss.

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