Latest on Vince McMahon Car Accident

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Latest on Vince McMahon Car Accident

Vince McMahon is the 71-year-old millionaire owner of the WWE. He remains active today in the company as he did 30 years ago. However, in a report by that Vince McMahon has being involved in a car accident in Stamford, Connecticut. The accident reportedly took place less than a mile from WWE Headquarters. McMahon was driving his Black Bentley at the time, when he collided with another vehicle. This reportedly left both vehicles involved in the collision in a bit of a state. Nonetheless, Vince McMahon was seen walking around after the collision which suggests he has walked away relatively unscathed. The Vince McMahon Car Accident of 2017 could have being much worse.

With WrestleMania 33 just around the corner, the last thing the WWE needs at the moment is Vince McMahon on the bench. He needs to be able to channel his energy into producing WrestleMania. 

Backstory on Vince McMahon and WWE

Vince McMahon was born on August 25 1945, and was the instrumental figure behind the Wrestling Boom of the 1980s. Alongside his wife Linda McMahon, he went onto establish the WWE as the premier wrestling company in America. The WWE has grown and grown in the last 30 years, setting their own attendance record last year at WrestleMania 32 of over 100,000. It has become a very family orientated company, with Stephanie McMahon and her husband Triple H being WWE Executives plus Shane McMahon as an on-screen character plus former executive. Vince McMahon may have delegated more of his tasks and duties within the company. He is still extremely active due to the companies incredible growth thanks in part to the WWE Network. 

From all of us here at WDD, we are glad to hear that Vince McMahon has walked away unscathed and look forward to seeing what style of extravaganza is produced for WrestleMania. 

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