WWE: Did Vince McMahon flip off the crowd during RAW?

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Yesterday's edition of Monday Night RAW was quite something.

We had Chris Jericho interrupt New Day to reveal he was returning to take part in the Royal Rumble, Becky Lynch got a win over the Divas Champion Charlotte, and the Social Outcasts debuted all before Vince McMahon botched the main event and went on to ruin the Royal Rumble by announcing it will be for Roman Reigns' WWE Championship.

But changing the Rumble wasn't even the weirdest thing Vince did during RAW, no, that was reserved for when he seemingly decided to flip off the crowd.


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McMahon was the special referee for the main event between Reigns and Sheamus, wearing a shirt that showed off his weird old-man muscles which he decided to do some very unsettling poses in. 

After jiggling his pecs in front of the camera for far longer than appropriate, Vince wandered over to the ropes, put up a hand to block the hard camera and gave someone in the front row the finger. Unfortunately, the hard camera wasn't recording him at the time, and the camera that was on saw everything. 

You can check out a clip of the incident here...

After years of WWE fans thinking that Vince McMahon absolutely hates them, they now have some proof that he probably does.

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