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Adam Pearce Comments On Bizarre Golden Egg Hunt

Vince McMahon Golden Egg

On a night where fans found out the dominant brand in WWE, one question is still on the mind of everyone especially Adam Pearce – where is Cleopatra’s Egg?!

In one of Survivor Series’ more bizarre tales in recent years, an egg was the talking point at the event, thirty-one years after the Gobbledy Gooker debuted at the event.

But this was no turkey egg, this was Cleopatra’s golden egg that WWE Chairman Vince McMahon brought with him to the event in Brooklyn. The egg was there as part of a tie-in between The Rock’s new movie Red Notice which was sponsoring the show. The Rock was celebrated throughout the night as Survivor Series marked the 25th anniversary of The Great One’s WWE debut.

McMahon was seen arriving at the event with WWE officials Adam Pearce and Sonya Deville to a warm reception from the amassed WWE Superstars. McMahon showed off the egg – which was said to have a value of $100 million.

Later in the evening, Roman Reigns was seen entering McMahon’s office and the WWE Chairman took great delight in showing off his gift from The Rock to The Tribal Chief. As McMahon ran down The Rock’s start in the company, he explained The People’s Champ had gifted the valuable egg to McMahon as a thank you. When McMahon remarked on the price tag, Reigns replied that it matched the value of his next WWE contract.

Vince McMahon was seen later in the evening with Deville and Adam Pearce in his office and by now the golden egg had gone missing. McMahon ordered Sonya Deville to call the police, while he ran through a list of suspects with Pearce. The boss then ordered Adam Pearce to interview every WWE Superstar about the apparent theft to find the culprit.

Adam Pearce has now taken to social media to comment on the events which look likely to spill over to Raw:

“I hope whoever stole this damn egg comes to realize that being a thief is not all it’s cracked up to be.”

While Survivor Series has been famous for notorious events over the years, it remains to be seen if history will cast the Brooklyn Eggjob in the same bracket as the Montreal Screwjob.