He's positive Vince McMahon will be on the list of people who write to some of the most important people in pro-wrestling history. He may also dominate many of the charts.

As a businessman and promoter, the WWE Chairman had a very illustrious career.

Vince McMahon purchased WWE from his dad back in the day and had the wrestling industry dominated by the company.

In the coming years, he did all that and more. WWE has become not only the world's leading pro-wrestler but also a major marketing powerhouse.

In this list, we shall look at the outstanding career of Vince McMahon and underline his significant accomplishments over the last couple of decades.


#5 Vince McMahon purchases WCW, effectively ending the Battles of Monday Night

Vince McMahon best real life accomplishments
Vince McMahon

Back in the Monday Night Battles, the WCW and the WWE of Vince McMahon of Ted Turner clashed for years in an appraisal battle. WCW beat WWE for over 80 weeks in a row at one time during the Monday night Fights.

WWE soon started to catch up. The Doom incident in Fingerpoke was a critical incident, which was a huge change in both companies' fan interpretation.

This was the evening when Tony Schiavone fired on Mankind and offered the results of WWE and the move fired heavily behind.

From that point on WWE has not looked back, although WCW started to get worse every week. By 2000, WCW was a sinking bus, losing some of its young stars at WWE.

Vince McMahon sensed what had happened and in March 2001 purchased his match.

It was Vince McMahon's greatest achievement in his career. After several years of rivalry, he had eventually defeated WCW.


#4 Digital subscription service WWE Network

Vince McMahon best real life accomplishments


The WWE Network is a streaming program that provides you with an unbelievably wide catalog of wrestling history.

In the 1980s Vince McMahon started ruthlessly taking over North America's pro-wrestling industry and did not pause until it became history.

Vince McMahon has purchased many promotions and a large band catalog for pro-wrestling over the course of his long career.

In 2014, WWE introduced the network along the WrestleMania 30 route.

This streaming service helps viewers to delve into the rich and well-known past of pro-wrestling and see certain matches and segments of a vast number of late promotions as well as the WWE archive.

At a time when the world is on the digital road entirely, WWE did the right thing and changed the way it gave fans their stuff. The WWE Network is a must if you want to catch up with the weekly WWE shows and replay some of the classics.


#3 WWE has a billion social media fans

Vince McMahon best real life accomplishments


We live in a culture highly affected by social networks. Unlike ten years ago, everyone has in their pockets internet-enabled smartphones.

There are pages available on  Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Reddit, etc... A good presence on social media is important for a company.

This has long been known by Vince McMahon's company who proceeded to create an online identity from the very beginning.

WWE now has over one trillion users of the social network across all its main networks, including Twitter, Youtube,  Facebook Instagram.

WWE also crossed Youtube's 60 million user count and enjoys more than Facebook's 500 million fans. No other promotion is clearly close to getting an online presence as WWE.

The result of WWE is presented constantly, and it is important that its social networks are frequently updated with new content.

WWE has a strong presence in social media, not only in the USA but in various other nations around the world, to promote the achievement of Vince McMahon in the masses.

Any of WWE's greatest superstars, such as Vince McMahon, The Rock, Triple H, and John Cena, are present on social media.


#2 The birth of WrestleMania

Vince McMahon best real life accomplishments


In Madison Square Garden, New York, the very first WrestleMania took place on 31 March 1985. The program featured WWE and non-WWE personalities, shown on closed-circuit television.

Vince McMahon abandoned his way to make this case a great accomplishment.

A Tag Team match between Paul Orndorff and Roddy Piper took place in Hulk Hogan and Mr. T, the main event. The sluts dominated the race to make the viewers back at home.

It just began with WrestleMania as one of the largest annual events of the year and WWE.

Soon it became a week-long celebration of fans meeting their favorite WrestleMania super-stars. The WWE Hall of Fame was also an annual gathering that typically took place the evening before WrestleMania.

There are some monikers in WrestleMania too. Building legendary matches at WrestleMania, he made careers with The Rock, Hulk Hogan, Stone Cold Steve Austin, John Cena, and Shawn Michaels.

On multiple occasions, Vince McMahon wrestled at WrestleMania, in marquee sports. Fans from all 50 nations and over 60 countries took part in the 35th edition of the show last year. The cultural influence on the planet continues to be evidenced by WrestleMania.

During his job, Vince McMahon has done a great deal, but WrestleMania is his biggest invention and it will still be.


#1 During the Attitude Era, WWE and Pro-wrestling went mainstream

Vince McMahon best real life accomplishments


Vince McMahon
's WWE had begun losing viewers at a fast rate by the time the mid-90s came. The name had become outdated and people had become tired of over-the-top characters and goofy angles.

Vince McMahon was forced to radically alter his product after WCW launched the nWo, in order to be able to deal with his competitor. As a result, Vince McMahon revealed the latest adult-oriented direction of WWE, comprising of mature plots and other material of that nature.

The Mindset Age is also famously called this time frame. It saw the rise of megastars like Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Rock.

The run of Mike Tyson with WWE on the road to WrestleMania 14 brought some much-needed mainstream exposure to the brand. Things only changed more as, over the next few years, WWE managed to garner big rating figures.

Some of the top WWE superstars have become cultural icons, and even among people who did not watch the product, they were well recognized.

In the Monday Night Fights, the advent of the Attitude Era was a turning point, which is rightfully regarded as perhaps the best time to be a wrestling fan.

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