Vince McMahon Has Reportedly Returned To The Gym After Spinal Surgery

Vince McMahon had a spinal surgery a few months ago, and that was followed by a medical leave. He is back to work already, and apparently, he’s already hitting the gym as well.

WWE and UFC’s merger into TKO Holdings Group saw Vince McMahon and others show up at the New York Stock Exchange to ring the opening bell. As the NYSE floor chanted, “TKO,” Mr. McMahon even did a Hulk Hogan taunt with his hand to his ear.

Eric Bischoff confirmed on his 83 Weeks show that Vince McMahon has been back at the gym following back surgery. He has heard that people said you would have never even known the guy had surgery.

Ringside News exclusively reported that Vince McMahon started changing creative week after his surgery. It was also exclusively reported by Ringside News that nobody in creative expected his medical leave from WWE to last long at all.



Vince McMahon is full of motivation to constantly prove himself. He doesn’t like to stay stationary for any long period of time, either. It only makes sense that Mr. McMahon is back at work in the gym, just like he’s back to work with WWE.

It’s unknown what Vince McMahon’s doctor thinks about him working out and getting back to his creative role so soon after a spinal surgery. Odds are, Vince McMahon doesn’t want to hear any opinion that he needs to take it easy.

What’s your take on Vince McMahon recovering so fast after his spinal surgery? Sound off in the comments below to let us know if you think Vince is a cyborg now!

September 18, 2023 8:59 am

Felix Upton

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