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1a. Vince McMahon

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Vince McMahon

Do we have to explain this one?  Say what you want about Vince but NOBODY can ever dispute that Vince is the WWE.  When we get the feeling that Vince will step down from an active role, he will automatically vault to the top of our list.  Hell, we might put him there anyway.

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Last modified on Friday, 08 November 2013 21:02

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-2 #1 Dale 2014-01-19 16:34
They will only put Vince McMahon Jr. in because they put his father in.
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