WWE Hall of Famer and the 45th President of the United States Donald Trump lost an almost week-long iron man match against Joe Biden and the presidency in the process as over 70 million Americans decided to future endeavor the now one-term President.
This never-ending election had the highest voter turnout in 120 years, breaking records like WrestleMania does every year with attendances…well, apart from this year.
The President was in charge for most of the contest, leading like a typical wrestling heel and even cutting a promo mid-match saying that he won before the bell was rung. But the 77-year-old Biden pulled a comeback that would even make Hulk Hogan jealous and overturned the whole election in the final two days, surging ahead in key battleground states.
Trump demanded that certain states stop the count during the match but he was quickly reminded that this was a no count-out match and all votes had to be counted.
Despite losing the contest, President Trump refuses to accept the result, tweeting that he won…”by a lot”…and is now demanding a rematch in the form of several lawsuits in different states and recounts in certain states that he lost. But the people’s decision will likely be final and it’s highly unlikely that the powers that be, in this case Supreme Court judges, will do anything to alter the outcome.
One of his money managers, former WWE President Linda McMahon who heads up the America First Action SuperPAC, wrote, “We must work diligently to ensure that all voting processes across the country are transparent and legal. Voters must feel confident that their votes will always be counted. State laws by legislatures, not courts govern the process.”
She then urged supporters to stand with President Trump for a “fair count of legal votes” and that they must continue the challenge.
Trump became the President of the United States in 2016, defeating Hillary Clinton and shocking the world with a surprise victory. He was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2013 by WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon inside Madison Square Garden but was loudly booed by the crowd during his speech.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Okay…this was done in fun and to see how many wrestling references I can insert in one article. It’s cheesy as hell, but hopefully it will make you smile (or maybe even angrier) if you’re on the losing side.