Surprise! Vince McMahon in Los Angeles for WrestleMania

Much to the surprise of absolutely nobody, multiple insiders are reporting that WWE Executive Chairman Vince McMahon is in Los Angeles and will be backstage for WrestleMania.

McMahon gambled his whole life to create WrestleMania back in 1985 and has never missed one to date and there was not one single person who thought that McMahon wouldn’t be around for this one.

This will be Vince’s second WWE event in person since he retired in July and then forced his way back in January. His first event back was several weeks ago at Monday Night Raw in Boston where he was said to have made the trip to catch up with the returning John Cena.

McMahon was in Gorilla position the whole night but did not wear a headset and wasn’t barking orders to anyone, simply there in attendance as his son-in-law Paul Levesque ran the show.

What Vince will do backstage at SoFi Stadium remains to be seen but he has so far kept his promise of staying away from creative.

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