Whereas many wrestling fans were disappointment by the underwhelming “exploding ring” that fizzled anticlimactically at AEW’s Revolution pay-per-view Sunday, the mystery man who blew up Vince McMahon’s limousine was feeling quite proud of himself.
The bomber, whose identity remains shrouded in mystery, mailed a cryptic letter to AEW owner Tony “Killer” Khan, written in letters cut out from magazines, reading: “I would have blown up it up way better.”
The AEW ring was rigged to explode at the culmination of a “deathmatch” between between Kenny Omega and Jon Moxley, but faulty wiring and a measly budget of $75 turned the ring into more of a gender-reveal rig than a bomb.
The person who bombed McMahon’s limo in 1997 has never been apprehended, despite an international manhunt during the six days when McMahon was dead prior to his miraculous resurrection.
The McMahon limo bombing case is one step closer to being solved, however, now that authorities can definitively rule out Kenny Omega as a suspect.