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[1998-11-02-WWF-Raw] Shane McMahon, Steve Austin & Vince McMahon

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Shane promises that Austin will get a title shot the night after Survivor Series on RAW before introducing him to an electric crowd. Before Austin gets a chance to speak, the stooges wheel Vince out. There has been speculation that Vince will retire and he calls it wishful thinking. Vince is incredible once again, saying that when he dies, he doesn't want anyone in sight coming to his funeral because he wants to go STRAIGHT TO HELL.

 

Vince relieves Shane of his corporate responsibilities and says if he wants to be employed by the WWF at all, he'll take the only position available to him, that of a LOWLY REFEREE. If he doesn't do a great job of that, he can be on the ring crew. Vince tells Shane he's not much like him at all, but he's a lot like HIS MOTHER. This is unbelievably great.

 

They show Vince chastising Ross and Lawler during the commercial break. I remember him hilariously tearing into Jim Cornette, but sadly, we missed that clip.

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Shane is much more of a babyface in Houston. Vince comes out to some great heat. Vince says he wont pass up as the chairman of the WWF until the day he DIES. This is rich listening in 2014. Vince wants to go straight to hell when he dies. Vince in this wheelchair is incredible. Vince relives Shane of his corporate duties. Shane can only be employed if he will be a LOWLY REFEREE. If that doesn't pan out, it is the ring crew for him. Shane has scarred Vince. Vince tells Shane that he is like his Mother. There is some great real life truth wrapped in this promo. Unheralded tremendous stuff from Vince and a little underrated as this was only one small step below the You Violated Me promo. Vince is back on fire and I am glad that things are hot again after the Bang 3:16 misstep.

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I like confident, vindictive Vince over overacting abused Vince. Vince is such a good performer that he's bulletproof no matter how badly he's embarrassed, but after the past few weeks, Mr. McMahon desperately needs to get some heat back on himself.

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