JR reveals origin of Vince McMahon’s “such good s***” quote. The WWE Chairman reportedly uses the phrase as often as possible.
Dean Ambrose’s departure from WWE back in 2019 not only gave birth to Jon Moxley but it also gave rise to more Vince McMahon stories. The most popular of them was the WWE Chairman’s constant use of the phrase ‘this is such good s***”.
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The former AEW Champion talked about how that was Vince’s reaction to any pitches he had for Ambrose’s character. Jim Ross, who has also worked with Vince before revealed when he heard the phrase for the some time on the latest episode of his Grilling JR podcast.
JR reveals origin of Vince McMahon’s “such good s***” quote
JR revealed that Vince McMahon first used the phrase to describe Foley’s Mankind character following a backstage interview segment.
“That’s where the famous line that came from Vince, where we got to a certain stopping point in our beginning, middle, and end, and we hear this voice.
“It’s unmistakably Vince saying, ‘This is good s***.’ So, at that point, Mick’s made. He just sold the old man. I don’t know what his thoughts would be if you asked him today, but at that point in time, Conrad [Grilling JR host Conrad Thompson], he’d turned a corner because he got the blessing of the most powerful man in all of pro wrestling.”
JR also revealed that Vince opposed his decision to sign Foley back in 1996. However, by the end of the interview segment, the WWE Chairman was a believer.
“Vince being there was a surprise, pleasant surprise, and then when we were done he was ecstatic. He saw then what I felt, because he wasn’t familiar with Mick to any degree.”
— “The Chairman” Steven Vincent (@ChairmanSV) April 3, 2018
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