Vince McMahon Name Dropped On AEW Rampage
Vince McMahon might be Executive Chairman of WWE but that doesn’t mean he is above being namedropped on AEW television thanks to his controversial facial hair.
Vince McMahon is no stranger to shocking the wrestling world after retiring from his role in WWE in July 2022 only to force his way back into the company in early 2023, and eventually announcing a deal that will see the company acquired by Endeavor.
However, when the Endeavor deal was announced, perhaps the biggest shock for some onlookers was McMahon’s new appearance with dyed jet-black hair and a pencil-thin mustache.
It was that very mustache that caught the attention of AEW’s Max Caster who name-dropped the WWE head honcho on the most recent edition of Rampage when he performed a trademark rap on his way to the ring to team with Billy Gunn and Anthony Bowens to defeat Kip Sabian, The Butcher, and The Blade.
It’s SATURDAY and you know what that means! #AEWRampage is on TNT RIGHT NOW, and #TheAcclaimed & #DaddyAss have arrived! Big trios match kicking us off 💥@PlatinumMax | @bowens_official | @RealBillyGunnpic.twitter.com/6GlJ8d8FDO
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) May 14, 2023
Rampage aired on Saturday night instead of its usual Friday night slot this week with more AEW programming heavily rumored to be coming to Saturday nights in the very near future. That announcement is expected to come on the 17th of May at the Warner Bros Discovery upfronts with Tony Khan promising more about it on that night’s Dynamite.