Vince McMahon is a ‘meathead,’ who regularly has personal training sessions at 3 o’clock in the morning, according to WWE superstar Big E.
The WWE owner has always been pretty ripped for age, and regularly surprised people with his incredible shape during the late 1990s and 00s when he’d semi regularly get in the ring.
McMahon hasn’t been involved in a match since Bret Hart beat him at WrestleMania XXVI back in 2010, after 20 years of getting involved on a semi regular basis.
Despite the fact he’s unlikely to be involved in a match anytime soon, or ever again, the 75-year-old still goes to extremes to keep in shape.
According to Big E, the boss is often met by his personal trainer to do a session at 3 am, when they arrive at their latest location.
“He has a personal trainer and this poor guy,” the current Intercontinental champion told the ‘Hollywood Raw’ podcast.
“We have these long drives, pre-pandemic, and we’ll get in around two or three in the morning and his personal trainer has been standing outside the whole time waiting for him because he’ll come in and work out after shows and after long drives.
“This man is in his 70s and he’s working out hard.
“He’s a meathead in a way.”
Stone Cold and McMahon’s feud is legendary. Image: WWE.com
McMahon first appeared on television as a commentator on WWE programming but in 1997 he became involved in storylines, having previously ‘hidden’ his ownership.
The infamous ‘Montreal Screwjob’ at Survivor Series 1997, in which Hart had the title taken off him, led to the ‘evil Mr McMahon’ character that crowds loved to hate.
His feud with Stone Cold Steve Austin was legendary and first introduced audiences to McMahon in the ring, and back then he looked good for a 53-year-old.
The WWE chairman famously doesn’t make his employees do things he wouldn’t do himself, and he brilliantly showed that ahead of WrestleMania last year.
NFL star Rob Gronkowski hosted the event and was meant to leap off a 10ft platform, something Gronk wasn’t too happy with.
Wearing his suit the, then 74-year-old, owner of the company did the fall off the platform himself to show the four time Super Bowl winner how safe it was.