Vince McMahon Once Appeared Live On SmackDown After Pooping Himself

Vince McMahon

Vince McMahon retired from WWE on Friday, July 22nd, ending his four-decade run at the helm of the sports entertainment giant. During his tenure, the 77-year-old was responsible for changing the landscape of professional wrestling on several occasions, while his on-screen Mr McMahon character was part of a number of memorable storylines and angles.

One of his more tedious mannerisms while manning WWE was his insistence on including an over-abundance of jokes about urine and stool, with one such example infamously seeing Sheamus being covered in Jeff Hardy’s urine in the summer of 2020. For Vince McMahon, though, poo jokes may be more close to home.

Vince McMahon Once “Sharted” Before A SmackDown Appearance

As he stated on an episode of his Something To Wrestle podcast, Bruce Prichard – one of Vince McMahon’s right-hand men who currently serves as the Executive Director of WWE – claimed that Vince once “sharted” before making an appearance on a WWE SmackDown broadcast. Allegedly, Vince stood in the ring with the poo still in his trousers:

“Well, he sharted, okay? He was going to fart and he sh*t. And he walks up the stairs to ‘gorilla’ and says, ‘Bruce, come here, pal.’ And I went, ‘Yeah?’ And he lifted his jacket up and he says, ‘Do you see anything?’ And I said, ‘Yeah, you sh*t your pants.’ ‘Goddamnit! How about now?’ And he let his jacket down and I couldn’t see it. And he said, ‘Do you think they’ll be able to tell?’ And I said, ‘I think if you keep your jacket on, you’ll be alright, buddy.’

“This was the last thing of the night, right before he went out. No, he went out and came back and took them off and, I guess, cleaned up. And Hunter chased Jerry Brisco around with the sh*tty underwear, and he put on some warmup pants.”

It’s unknown when, exactly, the unfortunate incident occurred but should Vince McMahon one day be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, this is perhaps a story he’ll want to be kept in the past.

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