This is why all WWE reporting should
be left to Todd Grisham
If you thought that pro wrestling fans were some of the most gullible people on the face of the planet, just get a load of how gullible pro wrestling reporters are. After Vince McMahon was “injured” during a freak “accident” in the final moments of Monday’s episode of RAW in Houston, the KHOU.com staff jumped all over the story with such zeal that they forgot wrestling isn’t real. Oops.
WWE Chairman Vince McMahon was injured in a freak accident in San Antonio Monday night.
Just moments after giving away $500,000 in “McMahon’s Million Dollar Mania,” McMahon was crushed by a large electric sign that fell from the AT&T Center.
The extent of his injuries was unclear, but he was rushed to the hospital.
WrestleMania officials planned to update fans on McMahon’s condition at a press conference in Houston Tuesday.
WWE stars were scheduled to be on hand at the Toyota Center before filming SmackDown and ECW at the arena.
KHOU.com later reported that possible foul play was at hand with the stage collapse, naming Donald Trump, Stone Cold Steve Austin and Bret Hart as prime suspects.
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