The Morning Rat Race

NEW YORK - MARCH 28: Wrestler Stone Cold Steve Austin attends the press conference held by Battle of the Billionaires to announce the details of Wrestlemania 23 at Trump Tower on March 28, 2007 in New York City. (Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images)

Good morning, wrestling fans!   It’s a truly insane time for the WWE right now…with the news of Vince McMahon returning to the company and looking to sell it off.   Click here for yesterday’s story.

Basically…Vince is back in charge following his hiatus after several recent scandals emerged.   His daughter, Stephanie, has suddenly resigned.   It has been rumored that Vince may sell the WWE to Saudi Arabia…but some are anonymously refuting this claim.

And today it was revealed that a shareholder of the WWE is filing a class action lawsuit against Vince…charging him with illegally re-installing himself as the head of the company.   Insane.

So…it seems like the perfect time to look back at Vince’s greatest (onscreen) rival…”Stone Cold” Steve Austin…and the best moments where Austin messed with Vince.   Behold!   It’s East Side Dave’s Top 5 Times “Stone Cold” Steve Austin Screwed With Vince McMahon!   And it starts right NOW!!

And for more coverage of the squared-circle…check out The East Side Dave and Son Wrestling Show!   New episodes each month!   BAM!

  • Stone Cold Stuns Vince For The First Time While In Madison Square Garden

  • Steve Attacks McMahon In Cage While Disguised As A Cameraman

  • The "Texas Rattlesnake" Drives A Zamboni To The Ring

  • Austin Attacks Vince In The Hospital Disguised As A Nurse (Bonus- this is also where Mick Foley debuted Mr. Socko)

  • Stone Cold Gives Mr. McMahon & The Rock A Beer Bath

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