WWE news: AJ Styles explains why ‘machine’ Vince McMahon is a ‘different human being’

The Money in the Bank pay-per-view went down earlier this month and WWE succeeded again in pulling off a cinematic match.

The men’s and women’s Money in the Bank matches went down at the same time from WWE’s HQ in Stamford, Connecticut and they had to fight their way up through the building to make it to the roof.

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Asuka and Otis are the 2020 Money in the Bank winners

At one point during proceedings, AJ Styles and Daniel Bryan fought their way into Vince McMahon’s office.

The WWE Chairman told them to get out. Bryan and Styles then hilariously tried to put his office back in order before politely acquiescing to the boss’ demands.

McMahon would then sanitise his hands before going back to work because, of course, there’s a global pandemic happening.

Speaking during a live stream on Mixer, Styles commented on the segment in McMahon’s office. Thanks to Fightful.com for the transcription.

“That was his shoot office. That was a real T-Rex head because he’s Vince McMahon and I have no doubt it was a real T-Rex head. People can say what they want about Vince McMahon, good or bad, but I can tell you he’s a stud.

“He works all night, works out at 3 in the morning, then he’s up early at work. He’s a machine. He’s a different human being, which is probably why he’s the position he’s in financially.”

We’ve all heard the legendary stories about McMahon and his work ethic. Sheamus recently detailed how McMahon works out in the early hours of the morning and only sleeps a few hours a night.

How he functions is beyond us, but he is in ridiculously good shape for a man in his mid-70s!

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Vince McMahon (left) Triple H (middle) with Stephanie McMahon (right) and Vince STILL looks jacked
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Styles has been one of McMahon’s surprise hits since joining the company. The Phenomenal One was a huge deal in TNA and commonly regarded as one of the best performers in the world before signing with WWE.

However, his southern twang and smaller stature had many believing that McMahon wouldn’t take a shine to him.

If McMahon had any doubts at all, he changed his mind very quickly as a result fo Styles’ sensational work and he’s gone on to become one of his top guys, typified by his involvement in this segment.

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