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Even at 72 years old, Vince McMahon can work a WWE crowd like no other.

He showed up on Tuesday night’s Smackdown Live to confront Kevin Owens, where he was beaten and left a bloody mess. Afterward, the Hulkster, Hulk Hogan took to Twitter to praise the boss:

After a jovial appearance, McMahon got angry, telling Owens that he should backoff his “lawsuit” after his scuffle with Shane McMahon last week. McMahon then said that he would fire Owens if he tried to sue, and that the only reason he suspended Shane last week was because he didn’t finish the job.

McMahon announced that the two would be facing off at the Hell in a Cell show on October 8 in Detroit, Mi. After which, Owens turned the tables on the CEO by bloodying him up with a headbutt. Owens then hit McMahon with a superkick and a frog splash to leave him laying.

McMahon last appeared on SmackDown in 2013 to announce Vickie Guerrero as the brand’s new general manager at the time.

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