Mansoor Recalls Accidentally Using The Bathroom In Shane McMahon's WWE Locker Room

Here’s comes the dookie

Mansoor has been a stand-out performer at WWE’s Saudi Arabia super-shows, with the first ever Saudi Arabian born superstar featured prominently throughout these excursions to the Middle East.

However, at one of these shows Mansoor accidentally committed somewhat of a faux pas in front of one of the most influential people in the company.

Talking to TalkSport, Mansoor said:

“We were sort of in a little, small locker room – me and the other Saudi boys. Well actually, it was me, the Saudi boys and the sumo wrestler they had for the Greatest Royal Rumble. We were sharing that and they were like ‘OK, you’re going to go to that bathroom down there, alright?’ down the hall. That’s what we used, that’s what all the boys used. So then the next time we were in Saudi for the biggest battle royale, I was going to that bathroom because I knew that was the bathroom that we use, right? That’s the one I go to. So I walk in, go into the stall and I do my business. And it’s one of those automatic flush toilets that I hate. Because I like to adjust, ya know, and every time I move an inch it flushes! So it’s like I’m giving birth in there [laughs]. 

“So that’s happening and then walk out into the small locker room – there’s a few lockers here and three stalls – and who do I see to my right? There’s Shane McMahon. I see him there and he’s got his bags out. I’m like ‘hey… hey, how’s it going?’ and he looks at me with the most confused face and says ‘hey, man.’ Then I’m looking at my hands like oh, I can’t shake his hand! Obviously. So I go over and wash my hands and I look over at the towels and they’re out. So my hands are wet and I’m like ‘Sorry’ and he’s like ‘no, no, no, it’s OK.’ So then I go to walk out the door and he says ‘Hey, wait a minute.’ So I stop and freeze in a cold sweat [laughs]. He looks over and says ‘…Who are you?’ And I go ‘I’m Mansoor.’ And he goes ‘OK, nice to meet you, man. I’m Shane.’ OK, nice to meet you!

“And I walked out like god, that was so weird. I totally bungled that interaction. I didn’t shake his hand and I wasn’t respectful and it was all weird. And then I realised, I went back and looked on the side of the door and there’s a piece of paper that says Shane McMahon’s locker room. I’m like ‘Oh nooooo.’ I just took a dump in Shane McMahon’s locker room! But, no, he’s super cool! After I won the battle royal and I cut my promo, he was in gorilla, he came over to me, shook my hand and said ‘Hey man, you did a great job, that was awesome.’ So I was like thank god! We’re good [laughs].”

When you’ve gotta go, you’ve gotta go.

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