Vince McMahon .... the man of Sports Entertainment. You can go up to just about anybody and ask them who he is - and they will know. Vince took over the Federation after his Father, Vince McMahon Senior, and created a worldwide phenominon which still carries on today. Vince McMahon is considered by many as being the founder of Sports Entertainment he coronated this many feel when he created WWF WrestleMania 1 which was broadcast live on Closed Circuit Television or CCTV on March 31st, 1985 from Madison Square Garden. At that event he combined Wrestlers and Stars.
In 2002 the McMahon family was getting sued by World Wildlife Foundation. They forced the McMahon Family to change the name. So Vince McMahon and his wife Linda agree to change the name. So it was World Wrestling Federation to the World Wrestling Entertainment. That caused the a saying, "Get the F' out!"
In 2006 Vince started to do a movie production called WWE Films. So far the WWE Films made two movies and premired it. See No Evil, Starting Glen Jacobs, who is Kane in the WWE, played Jacob Goodnight, a killer who takes out eyes of his victoms. The Marine, Starting John Cena, who played John Triden, a ex-marine who left the Marines because he went A-waol and goes home to his wife Kate (played by Kelly Carlson). The two of them goes on a road trip and stop at a gas station. When all of a sudden a bad guy name Rome (played by Robert Patrick) who is wanted by the police, kidnaps Kate and John is very mad and goes after her.
In 2007 WWE Flims are releasing another movie, called The Condemned, starting Steve William, who is known in the WWE as Stone Cold Steve Austin, whose Vince McMahon hates.
On June 11, 2007, WWE aired a segment at the end of RAW that featured McMahon entering a limousine moments before it exploded. The show went off-air shortly after, and WWE.com reported the angle within minutes as though it were a legitimate occurrence, proclaiming that McMahon was "presumed dead." Although this was the fate of the fictional "Mr. McMahon" character, no harm came to the actual person (the "presumed death" of Mr. McMahon was part of a storyline). WWE later acknowledged to CNBC that he was not truly dead.
The June 25, 2007 edition of RAW was scheduled to be a three-hour memorial to "Mr. McMahon". However, due to the actual sudden death of Chris Benoit, the show opened with Vince McMahon appearing in an empty arena, acknowledging that his reported death was only of his character as part of a storyline. This was followed by a tribute to Benoit that filled the three-hour timeslot.