By ROBERT MACKENZIE, Associated Press – A WWE logo stands on the set of “The Biggest Loser,” a new ABC TV series set to air Monday.
It features former WWE star Vince McMahon in a suit and tie, his head shaved and hair in a loose ponytail.
McMahon was born in 1947, and he has been a fixture in the WWE since its inaugural season in 1992.
In this episode of “Inside The WWE,” host Mike Francesa talks to McMahon about his early career, the rise of the WWE, and what it’s like to be an American wrestling icon.
WWE star wrestler, Vince McMahon, is shown in this file photo from 1993.
Vince McMahon speaks at the 2017 WrestleMania, the largest-grossing television event in history, in Orlando, Fla., on Feb. 24, 2017.
(Photo: Brian Spurlock, AP)A year after his first TV appearance, McMahon went on to win three WWE championships.
He became one of the most successful and recognizable men in sports entertainment, winning three straight Super Bowls, three WrestleMans and three Divas championships.
McMahon retired from the business in 2001, but continued to pursue a career in entertainment, which he helped launch with “The Undertaker” and “Stone Cold” Steve Austin.
In this photo taken Feb. 10, 2017, McMahon is seen on the ring floor with the “Stone and Lita” logo in the background during the WWE Superstars at WrestleMania 30 pay-per-view at Sun Life Stadium in Orlando.
McMahon has been named as one of seven inductees into the WWE Hall of Fame.
McMahon, left, is seen at the WWE WrestleMania 29 pay-day at SunLife Stadium in Miami, Fla.
McMahon also co-hosted the television show, “The Rockstar.”
(Photo by Mark J. Terrill, AP: Mark J)When he retired from wrestling, McMahon was the richest man in the world.
He had amassed billions of dollars in his investment in wrestling, entertainment and gambling.
He was also an executive with several major companies, including Disney, MGM, Warner Bros., Disney-ABC Television Studios, and CBS.
McMahon said his business success made him feel privileged to have a legacy.
The show features interviews with wrestling stars like Vince McMahon Jr. and “The Edge,” along with “Inside the WWE” host Mike “The Miz” Mizanin.
It’s the latest installment in “Inside WWE,” a documentary series that aims to shed light on the world of professional wrestling.
The series will air on ABC this summer.
The show’s co-creator, Nick Cannon, is a longtime wrestling fan and a fan of McMahon’s.
He said it’s the culmination of years of research into wrestling history.
The documentary will also feature interviews with former WWE stars, such as Shawn Michaels, and other former wrestlers.
The “Biggest Losers” has the feel of a TV special.
It takes a close look at the history of professional sports, including the evolution of professional sport from amateur contests to professional leagues, as well as the growth of sports media and video game fans.
But it’s also a look at McMahon and the business that brought him to the forefront.
In the opening credits, McMahon speaks about his success in the ring.
He talks about his family and business success.
He also talks about how the business of professional football changed in the 1980s, when he was a member of the NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs.
“It wasn’t just that we got the first TV show,” McMahon says.
“It was a lot of people, a lot more people in the business, a little more people, got the opportunity to get into the business.
It was all about that opportunity.
And that’s the story of this show.”
He also talks in depth about the business’s meteoric rise and its downfall.
He speaks about the rise and fall of the league, and how it has changed the way sports fans consume entertainment.
And he talks about what it means to be a pro wrestler, and the challenges facing wrestlers in today’s world.
“I’ve never been more proud of the sport I grew up in than I am right now,” McMahon said.
“The biggest mistake I’ve ever made is that I was never a part of the industry and it’s changed my life.”
McMahon was born and raised in Florida.
He grew up with his parents and his older sister, Mary, in a middle-class family in Orlando and later in suburban Miami.
He attended St. Mary’s College in Sarasota, Fla.; then the University of Miami in South Florida.
McMahon worked for a company called Sports Management, which was later bought by Warner Bros. and then bought by ABC.
McMahon later worked for “The World Wide Wrestling Alliance,” which was part of WWE’s parent company, Universal.
In 1992, McMahon left the company and joined the WWE in Florida to try to build a career as an announcer