A collection of the best Vince McMahon Newcastle jokes after a rumour that the Chairman and CEO of WWE was interested in buying the Premier League club resurfaced yesterday.
In an “exclusive” article, Winner Sports revealed that the somewhat charismatic American billionaire “may be interested in buying Newcastle United”.
The sports news website claims an unnamed “top Newcastle United source” told them:
Vince McMahon has been sniffing around the club and seems keen on pursuing his interest.
He sees England as an untapped market for his wrestling empire. He has even indicated he could put on wrestling bouts at St James’s Park.
Obviously it is very early days but there is hope the fans may get what they want with Ashley leaving. Buying a club like Newcastle would throw him into the spotlight in England which is just what he is looking to do.
As excitement about the possibility of the World Wrestling Entertainment brand coming to the North East spread last night, inevitable Vince McMahon Newcastle jokes were soon circulating on Twitter.
So, as we look forward to “wrestling bouts at St James’s Park”, don’t miss the best Vince McMahon Newcastle jokes – neatly hand-picked for you here:
If Vince McMahon buys Newcastle it will be, by a significant distance, the greatest football related event of all time.
— Mac (@ScroobiusMac) February 17, 2014
— Le Steve (@TheMightySteve) February 17, 2014
Imagine Vince McMahon buying Newcastle and having the whole team make a heel turn, scoring own goals and revealing Sunderland shirts
— Versace Salad (@MasonTillIDie) February 17, 2014
Vince McMahon didn't screw Alan Pardew, Alan Pardew screwed Alan Pardew. #vincemcmahon
— Gary Ferry (@thebiscuitg) February 17, 2014
— Colin George (@Colbear) February 17, 2014
Can you imagine if Vince McMahon was to buy Newcastle. After a bad defeat, his music comes on, he struts out and fires the manager.
— Billy (@boxingbill4) February 17, 2014
— Danny (@DannyM_MCFC) February 17, 2014
Imagine Vince McMahon just shouting "you're fired" at Alan Pardew to then introduce Teddy Long as Newcastle's new manager
— Jorginho (@JJSuggitt95) February 17, 2014
Vince McMahon to NUFC would be hilarious. Can't wait to see Cissé distract the ref whilst Ben Arfa clocks somebody with a steel chair #Raw
— Craig Williams (@craigwilliams_1) February 17, 2014
— Joseph Miller (@JosephMiller96) February 17, 2014
Vince McMahon buying NUFC? He will fit right in… Already looks like most of us during the last few games!! pic.twitter.com/rQaEgXZihT
— The True Geordie (@TrueGeordieNUFC) February 17, 2014
If Vince McMahon actually buys Newcastle United (apparently it's a rumour), then I really hope he buys Charlie Austin http://t.co/0vIjWpnX2B
— Jonas Giæver (@CheGiaevara) February 17, 2014
Vince McMahon buys Newcastle – Gazza shows up on Monday Night Raw with a fishing rod and 4 cans of Stella and belts John Cena.
— Harry (@KillHollywood) February 17, 2014
— Kieron. (@kieronmccormack) February 17, 2014
— Jack Ralston (@JackRalston) February 17, 2014
— GAME Newcastle (@GAMENewcastle) February 17, 2014
Vince McMahon looking to buy Newcastle United? A summer clear out could have them starting like this next season! pic.twitter.com/jO3AI2onkV
— NextBet.co.uk (@NextBetTips) February 17, 2014
— Joseph Seager (@josephseager) February 17, 2014
— Paul McGinn (@pmcginnwisdom) February 17, 2014
Imagine A Power Cut At St James Park With Vince McMahon At The Helm! pic.twitter.com/Uv9DvHNwjz
— Robert Myles Mulonga (@myles_mulonga) February 17, 2014
If WWE owner Vince McMahon does buy Newcastle and sacks Pardew, his successor should be determined by a 30-manager Royal Rumble. #NUFC
— Josh Reynolds (@ReynoldsJ6) February 17, 2014
Very much doubt WWE's Vince McMahon does want to buy Newcastle. Makes no sense. He'd find the storylines unrealistic and the playacting OTT.
— Rory Smith (@RorySmithTimes) February 17, 2014
Vince Mcmahon announces Special Guest Referee for the next Tyne/Wear derby… pic.twitter.com/Do0CtptJcj
— Dan (@YidV2Dan) February 17, 2014
If Vince McMahon buys Newcastle trust me they'll never lose a game again, if they're 1-0 down with minutes to go… http://t.co/qneWI8Xtni
— The Juan (@LibanLDN) February 18, 2014
If Vince McMahon is unveiled at St James Park by doing the Vince McMahon walk onto the pitch. I will die a happy man.
— Steven McGill (@firedug) February 18, 2014
— General Boles (@GeneralBoles) February 18, 2014