Vince McMahon popped up to get his feet tangled with the bottom rope as he exited the ring following his unannounced promo segment on Raw last night, nearly causing him to fall. McMahon, on the other hand, would use the ring post to regain balance before leaping off the steel steps. McMahon also used railing for support after leaping off the steps.
McMahon’s leap has become a meme among wrestling fans. The image below, shared by a ringside fan, sparked the lighthearted ribbing. Following the confusion caused by Vince McMahon’s brief promo on SmackDown last Friday, WWE Hall of Famer Bully Ray made some great comments earlier this week.
Bully explained, one half of me believes it was a middle finger to everyone, saying, ‘I’m still going to come out on my show or do what I do, nevertheless, I want to do it,’ and I think other half of me stared at it and Vince said, That this may be my last chance to ever confront a live crowd on t.v., so I’m going to do it. We’ll have to wait and see. It will be intriguing to see if McMahon’s brief promos be a regular feature on WWE shows in the future.
Vince McMahon’s Netflix Documentary
WWE first announced a groundbreaking deal with Netflix for a Vince McMahon documentary during the Q3 earnings call in 2020. Because it’s been so long since the declaration, fans could be wondering where the new documentary stands now.
According to source, the documentary is still in production at the moment. Vince’s fight against Pat McAfee and especially important when considering with ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin at WrestleMania 38 could be included in the final project, though this has not been confirmed.
There still is no statement on a launch date or title for the Vince documentary. At the time of its preliminary reveal, it was said to be among the most expensive documentary films ever produced by Netflix. Bill Simmons will executive generate the film, which will be directed by Chris Smith. He also directed Netflix’s Fyre Fest documentary. WWE Studios will also produce.