Report: Donald Trump's Head Would Not Have Been Shaved At WWE WrestleMania Even If Bobby Lashley Died

Donald Trump wasn't going to lose his hair at WWE WrestleMania

Donald Trump did everything he could to ensure he would not have his head shaved at WrestleMania 23. 

The 45th President of the United States found himself involved with WrestleMania in 2007, facing Vince McMahon in the Battle of the Billionaires where the loser would have their head shaved. Neither man would actually wrestle, though, and Bobby Lashley was chosen as Donald Trump's champion while Vince McMahon selected Umaga. 

Bobby Lashley ultimately emerged victorious in the match, leading to Vince McMahon having his head shaved by Trump, Lashley, and Stone Cold Steve Austin.

Despite pro wrestling being pre-determined, Donald Trump was seemingly still worried about losing his signature blonde mop and the Wall Street Journal reported that Trump had his associates look over the contract for WrestleMania 23 to ensure that Vince McMahon would not be allowed to shave Trump's head even if Bobby Lashley "dropped dead in the ring." 

Trump has found himself embroiled within the investigation over Vince McMahon's unrecorded expenses and WWE's Board has discovered that $5 million of the $19.6 million in McMahon payments were donations to the Donald Trump Foundation. Find out more here.

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