10Q Detective informs us of the shocking death of World Wrestling founder Vince McMahon:
|On June 12, 2007, World Wresting Entertainment (WWE-$17.04) announced that its Chairman Vincent K. McMahon entered his limousine when it suddenly exploded. Although full details were not disclosed, initial reports indicated that Mr. McMahon was presumed dead.|
Upon hearing the news, investors sold stock, sending the price down a modest 30 cents per share, or 1.8% in value.
Yawn! Serious investors—and the Company—know that Mr. McMahon “will survive the fiery explosion.” And the only ones guilty of committing such a heinous act are the writers who came up with this melodramatic and predictable storyline...
Who could have "murdered" the irrepressible entrepeneur? Well, to be fair, I could come up with maybe a thousand names.
After all, there's no shortage of real deaths in McMahon's industry. Most fatalities, however, aren't due to exploding limos but rather more mundane causes: abuse of steroids, HGH, and pain-killers:
I'd like to think McMahon got his just desserts, but no one is that naive.