Unearthed Footage Shows Trump Battling WWE Boss
Donald Trump's former partner is talking about how the fight came about.
Donald Trump has always been a fierce competitor and even showed it by flexing his muscle in the wrestling ring.
In 2007, Trump went face to face with WWE boss Vince McMahon at Wrestlemania 23 during a live Pay-Per-View event and the stakes were hairy – the winner got to shave the losers head bald.
Wrestler Bobby Lashley was Trump's partner that day, he told INSIDE EDITION: “The crowd went insane” and that it was Trump’s idea to take down the WWE head.
“He wanted to play a more active role, him taking down Vince, that was him having fun,” he said.
He added that Trump was “cool” throughout the whole process and “wanted to be a part of it.”
Trump won the match and to the victor went the clippers. He got to shave McMahon’s head bald in front of 85,000 screaming fans inside Detroit’s Ford Field.
Now, Trump now finds himself wrestling in the political arena and reeling from his first electoral loss after being defeated by Ted Cruz during Monday’s Iowa Caucus.
Trending on Inside Edition
Texas School Shooting: Police Were Wrong to Not Breach Classroom Doors, 'There's No Excuse,' Official SaysNews
Near 3 Centuries After the Fact, Last Salem 'Witch' Finally PardonedOffbeat
Husband of Beloved Teacher Killed in Texas School Shooting Died of a 'Broken Heart,' Family SaysHuman Interest
Woman Faked Being a War Hero to Collect Thousands in Donations, Prosecutors SayInvestigative
'Taps Across America' Tribute Honors Military Heroes on Memorial DayHuman Interest