The course of WWE history is dotted with absurd stories and anecdotes, from the most disparate backstage brawls of the various shows to the love stories and quarrels that separated both on-screen and off-screen couples. Most of these events, however, sooner or later come to the surface, like everything that revolves around the famous personalities of pro-wrestling or the world of television in general, in the USA as in the rest of the world.
The story we are about to tell you now seems to come out of a comedy sitcom, but apparently, it's said to have really happened, which sent even the WWE Chairman, Vince McMahon himself, into a rage forcing him to punish the author of the "rude gesture" to pay for a flight on a private jet costing about $10,000.
Recently interviewed by the microphones of Wrestling Inc., the very famous Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake, a well-known character in the WWF of the 80s and 90s, as well as the McMahon Hall of Famer for some years, wanted to bring to mind a hilarious and tragicomic event which took place backstage on a show in which he had taken part in his stint with WWE.
WWE Hall of Famer: "That Time Vince McMahon fined The Nasty Boys for a fart"
At the time, in fact, many athletes shared locker rooms just like today, with Brutus revealing after years: "The Nasty Boys were in London and Sags or Knobbs gave a crazy fart in the locker room or whatever it was where Randy was too.
Savage and Elizabeth. So Randy put Elizabeth on a plane flight and immediately sent her home. Vince still wanted her on shows though, so he sent her to pick her up with a WWE Concorde to get her back to Europe. Since the flight cost between 5,000 and 10,000 grand, the Nasty Boys were forced to pay out of their own pockets.
They said that fart was heard all over the world." With a tale worthy of the best comedian in the world, the McMahon-owned federation's Hall of Famer thus recounted how Vince McMahon stood firm on his actions and forced the two athletes to pay out of pocket.
their flight, literally fining them with the cost of the trip that had to take a plane from one part of the world to the other twice.