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Bah Gawd: Video emerges of a 74-year-old Vince McMahon performing a 10 ft bump!

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A WWE 24 sneak peek has been uploaded on the promotion’s official YouTube channel. The sneak peek features a septuagenarian named Vince McMahon jumping from a ten foot high balcony at the Wrestlemania stage.

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Wrestlemania 36 host and then-contracted WWE talent Rob Gronkowski was not too sure about a jumping spot he was asked to pull off from 10 feet high balcony. He wanted to practice a bit about it, and Vince McMahon emerged to show him some real example of jumping from heights.

Vince McMahon went on to power himself on the risky side of the balcony, leading to the production crew nearby to go into action mode. He then went on to jump, showing the former NFL star how the daredevil stunts in WWE works.

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While Gronk, a talented athlete of one of the roughest games played in the world, was not too scared of the stunt anyway, McMahon’s example sure gave him some assurance of safety. He went on to jump from the balcony during the show in order to win the WWE 24×7 Championship.

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Vince McMahon’s lifestyle intrigues the average WWE fan

Vince McMahon’s extremely fit and busy lifestyle has been a matter of fan intrigue over years. The man, who after two more days, will become a 75 Year old man, reportedly spends time in gym more than most of the contracted talent, far younger than himself. He has numerous times, in his career, taken bumps for the benefit of the storyline and his business. The number of Stone Cold Stunners he received from Steve Austin is uncountable in itself.

In the recent years, he has been storyline attacked by a rebellious Kevin Owens, stunned (expectedly) by Stone Cold Steve Austin and came face to face with ‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt on this week’s episode of Smackdown On Fox itself.

McMahon’s on-screen persona is known to be a extremized version of his real life persona. He is especially famous for his throaty exclamation of “You’re fired!”, and his power walk, an exaggerated strut toward the ring, swinging his arms and bobbing his head from side to side in a confident manner.

McMahon has occasionally dropped his character performance upon real-life events affecting WWE, such as the death of Owen Hart at Over the Edge in 1999, the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the death of Chris Benoit. Generally speaking, the character has been portrayed as a heel, though on occasion the character has been a face as well.

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