Austin Theory pays tribute to Vince McMahon



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Austin Theory pays tribute to Vince McMahon

In recent weeks, both at Survivor Series and in the episodes of Monday Night Raw that followed the last WWE Big Four, we have seen the Chairman of the company, Vince McMahon, return to show up on-screen, in some segments where he presented at the I publish a golden egg given to him by The Rock, to advertise the new Rocky movie exclusively for Netflix.

After the egg segment, however, Vince McMahon reappeared on the Monday Night Raw television screens, to stage some segments with Austin Theory, who actually turned out to be the egg thief at the Series, just to take selfies with such object and then also with Vince McMahon.

After all these segments, it seems that the future of the ex-NXT guy is truly flourishing on the main roster of the Stamford-based company if even the Chairman himself wants to spend so much time alongside him on-screen.

But in all of this, what was the greatest lesson Austin learned alongside the patron of the world's foremost pro-wrestling company of all?

Austin Theory praises Vince McMahon

WWE RAW star Austin Theory would be the perfect candidate to retire Goldberg, as per Vince Russo.

He thinks the youngster could get "over" with the fans if he defeats the former Universal Champion. "People have beaten Goldberg, so Reigns beating Goldberg on his way out, I don't think it means anything.

In my opinion, I think it should be somebody that WWE really wants to build and get over. I'm just going to throw this out there - and, again, I don't know how serious they are - if they really want to get Austin Theory over or somebody like that, that's going to mean something," said Russo.

In his latest interview with The Mirror UK, the former WWE yellow show athlete, first switched to Raw, then returned to NXT and finally re-drafted to Raw with the latest 2021 Draft, wanted to reveal the secrets acquired on-screen thanks to the proximity to the Chairman, with his speech (obviously in character) in which he stated: "So I think these ideas of staying close to me came because I stole a hundred million dollar egg.

These lessons that Vince McMahon is teaching me, I don't think he would have taught me if I hadn't done what I did. I think everything happens for a reason. I'm not telling anyone they have to steal a hundred million dollar egg or even just a million dollar egg, but somehow it worked for me.

I am receiving a lot of lessons and teaching and the most important I have ever had from Mr McMahon was to expect the unexpected as well."