Thank goodness he’s one of a kind. Vince McMahon has long since been the most important person in wrestling and will be until he is gone. That is the kind of thing that puts a lot of extra attention on him and sometimes that might not be the best thing in the world. McMahon is also one of the strangest and most unique human beings in history and the stories of him are some of the most amazing. Now we have another one.
While some of McMahon’s stories are completely insane, there are also some very impressive ones. It is fairly impressive to be on the cover of Muscle & Fitness magazine in your sixties but McMahon managed to make it happen. His dedication to fitness and staying in shape are near legendary, but his weird quirks have come into his diet as well, with a rather strange combination.
Stephanie McMahon was a guest on the Bill Simmons Podcast and spoke about Vince’s eating habits. While Stephanie mentioned that Vince will stick to his diet and eat clean most of the time, occasionally he will get into some junk food. Stephanie mentioned that Vince would use spray cheese out of a can on Oreos back in the 1980s and eat an entire bag in one sitting.
Vince can be a little out there. Check out some of his weirder moments:
Opinion: This is about as Vince of a story as you can get. There are so many things that he does that seem to be completely out there but he still keeps moving along no matter what. Vince is the definition of one of a kind and really, that might be the best thing for everyone. Some of the things he does are so strange but at the same time, it has worked out well enough for him so it is kind of hard to argue.
Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 50,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 5,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at kbwrestlingreviews.com, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books.
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