WWE Legend Mick Foley fought back a laugh as he watched his old boss Vince McMahon take a stunner from Stone Cold Steve Austin.
The 76-year-old was in the ring at Wrestlemania for his first match at the prestigious pay-per-view event in 12 years.
He actually won, but the celebrations were short-lived as old rival Stone Cold made his way to the ring.
They shared a few beers and then the Texas Rattlesnake produced The Stunner – Austin’s legendary finisher – on McMahon.
Only it didn’t look so neat.
Foley, aka Mankind, wrote on Twitter: “Worst stunner ever?” His son, meanwhile, filmed his reaction to the event, which included trying his best not to laugh too much.
However, he seemed worried about the WWE Chairman.
“I hope Mr. McMahon wasn’t injured – it appeared his leg buckled from the anesthetic,” he tweeted.
McMahon and Austin have a long-standing rivalry dating back to the late 1990s, and many believe it helped WWE win the Monday Night Wars against WCW during what is known as The Attitude Era.
WWE lost for 82 straight weeks until Austin caught fire and took over the industry in 1998. Mike Tyson, who was at WrestleMania that year, was also a big help.
WWE masterfully used nostalgia to please the crowd at AT&T Stadium in Texas, and WrestleMania 38 will go down as one of the most memorable events in the company’s recent history.
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https://talksport.com/sport/wrestling/1079249/mick-foley-twitter-vince-mcmahon-stunner-stone-cold-steve-austin/ “Hope he ain’t hurt” – WWE Legend Mick Foley laughs at “worst madness ever” as Vince McMahon finishes Stone Cold Steve Austin at Wrestlemania