WWE: Vince McMahon once wrestled superstar over business matter

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Vince McMahon is a little insane. I mean, just take the WWE Chairman’s decision to create a subscription-based streaming service, completely crazy some might say. But a recent story about the big boss man’s past takes his insanity to a whole other level.

Some might call it insanity, and some might call it pure awesomeness. Whatever it is, McMahon has got it in abundance. He’s not your average businessman, and recent bizarre reports on the way he does business reveal that sometimes his intense meetings result in him wrestling with his own superstars.

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You couldn’t imagine Donald Trump doing that type of thing in his business meetings, but that’s right, McMahon once fought one of his wrestler’s Kofi Kingston after a dispute.

The revelation has come via former superstar Chris Jericho, and they are pretty shocking or funny, depending on which way you see it. Wrestling Inc has reported that this is how the fight went down, with McMahon using his own unique style of corporate management.

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“Kingston took Jericho’s advice and got back on the plane and asked Vince McMahon if he had a problem with him. The two traded verbal barbs back and forth until Vince McMahon shot in for a double leg takedown out of nowhere and he and Kingston subsequently wrestled around,” Wrestling Inc reported.

“McMahon has been known to test his amateur wrestling against the likes of Kurt Angle, also repeatedly attempting to take him down on a flight. McMahon finally got up and laughed the situation off, with McMahon liking that Kingston stood up for himself.”

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