Vince McMahon Faces Allegations of Trafficking

By:  al Jizzerror  •  6 months ago  •  10 comments

Vince McMahon Faces Allegations of Trafficking
WWE shows are not legitimate contests but entertainment-based performance theater

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Jan. 29, 2024   al Jizzerror Fake News

Vincent Kennedy McMahon was recently implicated in grotesque sex scandal involving allegations of trafficking and engaging in fecal sex play.  I guess mud wrestling isn't dirty enough for Vince so he replaced the mud with poop.  McMahon, like his friend Donald Trump, is a liar who claims he 's a self-made man.  Butt, like The donald, Vince stole his daddy's business. 


McMahon graduated from East Carolina University with a degree in business in 1968, and began his tenure in professional wrestling as a commentator for WWE (then called the World Wide Wrestling Federation or WWWF) for most of the 1970s. He bought the company from his father, Vincent J. McMahon , in 1982.   https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vince_McMahon

The fans of professional wrestling consists chiefly of ignorant red necks who are extremely gullible.  Many of them don't know that pro wrestling is just choreographed pretend wrestling.  The WWE fans are like MAGATs.  

WWE shows are not legitimate contests but entertainment-based performance theater, featuring  storyline -driven,  scripted , and partially choreographed matches ; however, matches often include moves that can put performers at risk of injury, even death, if not performed correctly. The pre-determined aspect of professional wrestling was publicly acknowledged by WWE's owner Vince McMahon in 1989 in order to avoid taxes from athletic commissions. WWE brands its product as  sports entertainment , acknowledging professional wrestling's roots in competitive sport and dramatic theater.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vince_McMahon

The "matches" are scripted (NOT competitive).  You cannot place sports bets on WWE events.  Donald Trump realized that the ignorant WWE fans are just like the members of his cult.  So he buddied up with Vince and Linda McMahon who became huge contributors to his campaign.  Trump made Linda McMahon his Secretary of Education because she opposes public education.537a707d6bb3f7be14245ef3?width=1136&format=jpeg

Trump shaved McMahon's head in the ring.

McMahon has changed pro wrestling.  The televised "matches" show very little fake wrestling, instead it is focused on the "bad guys" screaming about the "good guys" and shit talking.  So, naturally, Trump joined in.

Many of you are wondering why I hate pro wrestling.  I was a REAL wrestler.  I wrestled in high school and college.  Later, when I was a bartender, a big loudmouthed pro wrestler was bragging about being a wrestler.  I finally confronted him and said, "Are you a professional wrestler?"  When he said, "Yes" I laughed at him and said, "That means you're a bad actor."

He was fucking furious.  He said, "I guess you wrestled in college.  Big fucking deal.  I played football."  He outweighed me by about 100 pounds.

He challenged me to wrestle him and he went to the middle of the dance floor.  As I stepped on the dance floor I said, "I don't dance, asshole."  Predictably, he charged straight at me.  I used a spinning whizzer to plant his face into the hard floor, then I dragged the semiconscious dickhead to the exit and kicked him in the ass as I threw him out.

I received a standing ovation so I bowed and high fived everyone.  The so-called wrestler never showed his face again. 

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al Jizzerror
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1  author  al Jizzerror    6 months ago

I hereby challenge The donald to a UFC style MMA fight in the Octagon


Professor Principal
1.1  devangelical  replied to  al Jizzerror @1    6 months ago

pro wrestling is the goober version of ballet...

Trout Giggles
Professor Principal
1.2  Trout Giggles  replied to  al Jizzerror @1    6 months ago

I got a hundred dollars that says you win. Of course, that's a sucker bet

Professor Principal
2  CB    6 months ago

I don't know why a married man would step outside of his marriage to CRAP on a woman's head. That is exceedingly shocking. I started watching the WWF and  stopped watching the WWE in 2003 thereabouts after watching and attending several live performances (which I stopped after watching the 'stars' feigning using chains and other stock items in clear mock fighting); you can say I weaned myself off the program—successfully.  Also, I knew the shows were planned because back in the nineties. . .wow, this goes waaaay back to dail-up internet services you could go to a website and read the planned winners (or some such thing as that) for the coming 'rassling' attraction. 

Professor Principal
2.1  devangelical  replied to  CB @2    6 months ago

I went to a match with friends back in the early 70's because we didn't have a comedy club in the city at the time. we had to leave early because the spectators around us were disturbed by us laughing hysterically and mocking their sport's superstars.

Professor Principal
2.1.1  CB  replied to  devangelical @2.1    6 months ago

That would have been me, I must admit: a spectator 'believer.'  I used to tell friends and family (even younger than me at the time) that 'rassling' was real. But, eventually I got clear of what was happening when I got on the web and looked it up (as stated above).  Admittedly, I loved watching them (they were good theater) until I finally realized that it was an illusion that was probably not good for me.

What begin to make sense and to stay with me was this: These burly and muscular men were slamming and banging and jacking themselves around the ring 'nightly' and going from circuit to circuit with no discernible "prevailing" injuries to the naked eye and that did not seem. . . right. Though, of course, it would never work 'nightly' to perform through serious physical injury/ies. . . so, reason dictated that there was something 'other' possibly 'hidden' in plain sight going on there. In the arena tapings of live shows: You can see some of the performers were just big gentle giants of men who would smile during the match/es, because it was just who they were as people. And they would pull back on their punches and their 'techniques' at the last moment.  That said, it is 'fun' to watch and Rick Flair gave me some 'good' years watching his histrionics and antics.

Now. . . with all that said, I never figured Vince McMahon to be 'that' kind of guy that he is found to be today.

Professor Principal
3  CB    6 months ago

One more thing: I have always (at least until this) considered Vince McMahon to be a genius entrepreneur for taking his possession and making it into a continuing household success. This stain on his good name is a big shocker! And honestly, I am. . . shocked. So many people put their lives into his business hands. A man among men. . . but then there is this to consider and wrap my mind around.

Split Personality
Professor Guide
4  Split Personality    6 months ago

Look at the millions upon millions who watch(ed) soap operas like General Hospital and Days of our Lives for 4 or 5 decades

before the most recent rash of realism shows.

Professor Principal
4.1  CB  replied to  Split Personality @4    6 months ago

I have a relative who has watched those shows for decades and though she has passed on now, I was talking to someone about the characters on The Young and the Restless (even though some of the long-term characters are now very obvious old)  just today!

Professor Principal
5  CB    6 months ago

BTW, everybody I was still watching 'rassling on that occasion where Vince MaMahon got his hair cut by Trump!

Wrestlemania XXIII happened in 1997. Keep that in mind when you see the video as it is listed on Youtube in 2016: Here we go!

Mr. MaMahon and even Trump were good 'sports' back then. . . without all the bull that has come and continues to come to light. The great Steve Austin . . . what a prove 'workhorse' he was. . . but, age and injuries have gotten him by now! 

Fun times. MaMahon and his children gave me a lot of them through his venue.

I would be remiss if I did not mention (with respect) the announcers you hear during commentary are the great JR (Jim) Ross and Jerry The King Lawler!

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               Jim (JR) Ross                                                                                                                   Jerry The King Lawler


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