Punk celebrated Biden’s win brilliantly (Picture: WWE)
Biden will be inaugurated as the 46th president of the US in January, with Pennsylvania’s 20 votes pushing him over the road.
A number of information companies – together with the likes of BBC, CNN and the New York Instances – have known as the consequence, whereas some states are nonetheless but to declare a last rely.
Everybody world wide is speaking in regards to the consequence, and professional wrestling is not any completely different, with WWE legend CM Punk amongst these to rapidly weigh in on the information.
The previous champion shared a photoshopped image of his big title win at Money In The Bank 2011, when he blew a kiss to Vince McMahon and hopped the barrier with the gold in hand.
He changed himself with Biden within the snap, and shared it as a response to Vince’s spouse Linda McMahon, who beforehand served as a member of Trump’s cupboard, and had tweeted a message of assist for the outgoing president.
WWE Corridor of Famer Mick Foley – who has been outspoken all through the election – additionally weighed in, tweeted some moderately celebratory emojis and including: ‘FEELING HAPPY’
Wrestler-turned-actor Dave Bautista hasn’t shied away from his anti-Trump stance, and it was no shock to see him touch upon the consequence.
He tweeted: ‘Thanks to all my brothers and sisters who stood up and spoke out towards lies, hate and division for 4 exhausting years to battle for decency. I’ll see you in Georgia.’
In the meantime, loads of wrestling followers have been sharing a clip of Trump being hit by a Stone Chilly Stunner.
There’s no video-editing wizardry right here – this really occurred throughout the much-hyped Battle of the Billionaires, which noticed Trump and WWE owner Vince McMahon represented by Bobby Lashley and Umaga respectively at WrestleMania 23 in 2007.
Lashley received the match, which meant McMahon received his head shaved – however the exclamation level noticed Donald take Steve Austin’s signature transfer.