Vince McMahon has had a tight grip on WWE and all of its television content for decades, and it is a known fact that every major decision needs the CEO’s stamp of approval.
Vince McMahon decides who wins in a WWE match, but you’d be surprised to learn that the WWE boss left him in the hands of two legendary Superstars when it came to an iconic WrestleMania heads-up.
Vince McMahon let two wrestlers dedicate the winners of their matches at WrestleMania
Kurt Angle talked about his WWE WrestleMania 21 match against Shawn Michaels on the latest edition of ‘The Kurt Angle Show’ on AdFreeShows. The Olympic gold medalist revealed that Vince McMahon allowed them to decide the end of the fight.
Kurt Angle himself was surprised by Vince McMahon’s call, and planned the fight with HBK four days before the PPV.
“Well, Vince left it to us. Yes, I was surprised. I didn’t know that he knew. What happened was when I met with Shawn four days before WrestleMania, we went to the place where they structure the matches. the ring at the hotel. They had like a party room where they had the ring installed “.
In addition to Kurt Angle’s surprise, there was Shawn Michaels’ idea that Angle would win his fight. WWE had reportedly planned a Batista vs. Kurt Angle rivalry for after WrestleMania 21, and HBK believed Kurt needed a good win.
While Batista’s rivalry never happened, Kurt Angle was pleasantly surprised that HBK was ready to take a count of three for him. Michaels respected Angle and their in-ring chemistry spawned one of the best heads-up in WWE WrestleMania history.
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