There are very few people who can get away with completely roasting Vince McMahon, but it appears that The Undertaker is one of them.
The second night of WrestleMania 38 was a truly surreal spectacle for a whole host of reasons, but Vince McMahon took things to a whole new level. McMahon initially accompanied his protege Austin Theory to the ring for his match with Pat McAfee, only to be left disappointed as the SmackDown announcer grabbed the win.
Not that the story ended there. McMahon then removed his shirt and got in the ring to face McAfee himself. Via a two-on-one attack, McMahon got the win to stand tall, before being interrupted by Steve Austin.
Stone Cold was flying high having defeated Kevin Owens 24 hours earlier in what was his first match in almost 20 years. Naturally, Austin drank a whole load of beer and delivered Stunners to all involved. This included a truly disastrous Stunner on the Executive Chairman who fell into the ropes and was on his way to the canvas long before the Texas Rattlesnake could even execute the move. As McMahon lay prone on the floor, Austin jumped back to his feet with a huge grin.
WWE recently released the latest installment of their “24” documentary series giving a behind-the-scenes look at big Premium Live Events. One clip that has proved popular on social media from the WrestleMania 38 edition is The Undertaker mocking McMahon for his laughably bad Stunner.
The Undertaker joking with Vince McMahon for the awful Stunner he took at Wrestlemania 38 😂 #WWE24pic.twitter.com/nt9KqUogto
— Wrestling Pics & Clips (@WrestleClips) March 27, 2023
The Undertaker On What He Learned From Vince McMahon
Speaking during a recent interview The Deadman opened about working with McMahon and his close friendship with WWE’s figurehead. ‘Taker explained that he was always ready to do whatever was best for business, and that helped his relationship with McMahon.