Seeing Undertaker's gift burn more than McMahon can bear
By MR. X -- Ottawa Sun
PARTS UNKNOWN -- Mr. McMahon was reduced to tears as he lay on the floor beside a burning teddy bear on last week's RAW.
All this thanks to the devious Undertaker, who set fire to the bear, which obviously has deep meaning to the conniving McMahon.
So here's where this could be heading: Look for McMahon's daughter Stephanie to play a role.
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