WWE: Donald Trump totally botched the sell of Stunner at WrestleMania after Vince McMahon match

When Donald Trump butchered the sell of Stunner at WrestleMania after Vince McMahon match

He may be more famously known as a businessman and the 45th President of the United States, but Donald Trump has also tried his hand at the world of WWE and professional wrestling.

Back in 2007 in the run-in to WrestleMania 23, Donald Trump arrived in WWE for an intense "Battle of the Billionaires" with WWE Chairman Vince McMahon.

This resulted in a match on the "grandest stage of them all". Umaga represented Vince McMahon for the big match, while Donald Trump ended up picking Bobby Lashley to fight on his behalf.

Donald Trump may have won the feud, with Bobby Lashley beating Umaga on the show, but it was what happened after the bout that fans still remember to this day. 

WWE Hall of Famer Stone Cold Steve Austin, one of Vince McMahon most intense rivals, was inserted into the match as the special guest referee, and that wasn't the end of his involvement. 

After the match, Austin hit Donald Trump with a Stone Cold Stunner, and while things may have looked good in theory, the final result wasn't great.

As someone who has never needed to take a bump in his life, Donald Trump completely botched the Stone Cold Stunner and failed to take the move well, as you can see below.

While Donald Trump may have taken the Stunner incredibly badly, Stone Cold Steve Austin has since praised him for agreeing to take the move, even though his advisors had told him not to.

It was rumoured that Trump would be returning to WWE TV after losing the Presidential Election to Joe Biden in November 2020, but that hasn't materialised yet and there is no sign that it's going to.

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