WWE Boss Vince McMahon stepped into the ring for a match against Pat McAfee after, McAfee defeating Austin Theory at WrestleMania 38. He also defeated McAfee a before taking the horrible stunner for the WWE Hall of Fame Stone Cold Steve Austin.

According to Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful Select, WWE Chairman Vince McMahon had made the decision to compete at WrestleMania 38 months ago. However, many people, including the creative team, tried to tell him that it was “a terrible idea.”

Fightful Select has learned a bunch of news around Vince McMahon's WrestleMania match

– What people around him said
– Who insisted on the match
– Backstage reaction
– The Austin Theory music reaction

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— Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful.com (@SeanRossSapp) April 7, 2022

Following WrestleMania 38, both Vince McMahon and his team found the humor in his performance at the Grandest Stage of Them All. Source told to Sapp that Mr. McMahon understood it was a terrible performance and possibly the worst sell of the Stone Cold Stunner of all time. But according to McMahon, “as long as people were laughing and entertained, it’s okay.”
Another report states that Austin Theory’s entrance music was never supposed to play before Stone Cold’s music hit. However, SRS was told that Mr. McMahon laid out the entire post-match plan for the show, including Theory’s music playing first. 
So evidently, Vince forgot about that and he reacted to the wrong theme. This garnered many laughs backstage at McMahon’s expense.This also explains why the sound guy never got reprimanded for the error, as it wasn’t a mistake in the first place.

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