Vince Mcmahon: A Couple In Pop Culture

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Vince Mcmahon is a staple in pop culture, who to me, doesn’t get enough credit on how he and his product have not only influenced others, but also achieved success in ways other have not. I know when it comes myself i grew up on this product and it has influenced me as well. Vince McMahon was born in Pinehurst, North Carolina. his father Vince senior had left the family while Vince was a baby he spent his early years being nurtured by his mother and a string of stepfathers Vince jr. Had not met his real father until he was the age of 12 even seen her at the time was the promoter for Capitol wrestling corporation at this time then senior began bringing his son on the road with him attending many venues and promotions …show more content…
restling business by his father he then learn the rules on how the business runs at a young age and he was ready to run the corporation in the 1980s more commonly referred to as the Golden Age among wrestling fans was the rise in the viewership and popularity of professional …show more content…
And a few it did in 1987 the WWW episode 80 million in tickets to live events. During the late 80 's McMahon shaped WWWF into a unique form of entertainment that attracted fans who had never paid attention to the sport in 1985 McMahon 's company got a huge booster by adding Hulk Hogan to the roster McMahon was able to bring Hogan 's popularity to new heights Logan became a household name of this time on March 31st 1985 he promoted the first WrestleMania its own flag ship pay-per-view out at Madison Square Garden be marketed as a wrestling Supercard calling it the Super Bowl of pro wrestling make- in order to take his product mainstream he had to convey an audience who typically want wrestling fans and so by introducing celebrities such as Mr T and Cyndi Lauper to participate in this event the first WrestleMania was a success Vince had

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