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Vince McMahon Had Some Advice For Cody Rhodes & Young Bucks Regarding ALL IN

Vince McMahon

• Old School WWF Promoter Celebrates His Birthday

Legendary WWF Promoter “Mr.” Vince McMahon Jr. (Real name: Vincent Kennedy McMahon) celebrates his 73rd birthday today.

In 1982 he took over theWorld Wrestling Federation from his father Vincent J. McMahon and turned it into a national and later even international sensation with the help of his #1 Superhero Babyface “The Immortal” Hulk Hogan.

The now renamed company,World Wrestling Entertainment is by far the most successful professional wrestling promotion in history, and since McMahon’s purchase of the rival organisation WCW in 2001, it also has a monopoly position in the pro wrestling world.


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• Vince McMahon Had Some Advice For Cody Rhodes & Young Bucks Regarding ALL IN

The much anticipated pro wrestling event ALL IN is just a few weeks away which is organized by Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks. The show got sold out within 30 minutes which is quite an achievement for The Bucks and Rhodes.

On a recent edition of Talk Is Jericho, Chris Jericho revealed that he discussed about ALL IN with Vince McMahon and WWE’s head honcho surprisingly had some useful advice for Cody and The Young Bucks.

“Speaking about Vince [McMahon], I told Vince about ALL IN 4 or 5 months ago. We were just discussing it, shooting the breeze and I go, ‘yeah the show is in September in Chicago.’ Vince is like, ‘ah I wish they would have called me. September is the worst time of the year to promote — it’s terrible!’

I’m like, you’ve got old-school 40 years of promoting and [he says] ‘they should have called me.’”

The show has been labeled as The Biggest Independent Wrestling Show Ever. The action goes down next Saturday, Sept. 1.

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