Business Insider Looks At Vince McMahon’s ‘Insane’ Work Ethic

Ryan Clark August 29, 2014 0

Business Insider Looks At Vince McMahon’s ‘Insane’ Work Ethic


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Business Insider has a new article looking at Vince McMahon’s “insane” work ethic, with nine notes about his personality and daily routine. It includes quotes from Vince and those around him.

Vince doesn’t believe in sickness: “Vince is a workaholic, and if anything gets in the way of his work, it makes him angry.” – David Lagana

Vince rarely sleeps: “I don’t like to sleep. I’m missing something when I’m sleeping.” – Vince McMahon

Vince has almost no hobbies: “He just doesn’t have interest in nothing but wrestling,” Mark Henry says. “And when you’re a billionaire and your sole interest is trying to become a multi-billionaire, then you don’t have time to just sit around and watch college football.” – Mark Henry

Vince doesn’t leave his office: “In other words — the guy just never left the office!!!”

Vince hates sneezing: “‘I sneezed. I should be better than that. I should be able to control that,'” Paul Heyman recalled McMahon telling him. “‘In my world, pal, there is no sneezing.'”

Vince stays in shape: “Everything’s better when you’re in shape,” Vince McMahon was quoted as saying. “Food tastes better. Sex is better. Even breathing is easier.”

Vince loves to get physical: “At 67 years of age, there may be a few people wondering why Vince keeps putting himself out there in harm’s way, like when he brawled with CM Punk recently on Raw,” Stone Cold Steve Austin told Fighting Spirit Magazine in a 2012 story. “Personally, I don’t think he relies on himself too much — that’s just the kind of person he is. I’ve heard people say that guys of a certain age need to get out of the ring, get off the football field, or whatever, but I would never place any limitations on Vince.”

Vince doesn’t believe in excuses: “When I hear people from the projects, or anywhere else, blame their actions on the way they grew up, I think it’s a crock of ****,” McMahon told Playboy in a 2001 interview. “You can rise above it. This country gives you opportunity if you want to take it, so don’t blame your environment. I look down on people who use their environment as a crutch.”

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