The Donald triumphs over Vince McMahon in the "Battle of the Billionaires"

By Caris Davis
Updated April 02, 2007 08:45 AM

Donald Trump told PEOPLE last week he wasn’t afraid to shave his head – and luckily (for him, at least), he didn’t have to.

Trump “defeated” World Wrestling Entertainment owner Vince McMahon in the “Battle of the Billionaires” in Detroit on Sunday, thereby sparing his famous coif.

Trump and McMahon didn’t actually duke it out in the ring, but instead had WWE wrestlers battling on their behalf: Bobby Lashley for Trump, “The Samoan Bulldozer” Umaga for McMahon.

Still, at one point during the match, Trump jumped up and pummeled McMahon with punches, the Associated Press reports.

After Lashley triumphed over Umaga, McMahon, as promised, had his head shaved in front of a live pay-per-view audience and more than 80,000 wrestling fans.

Trump himself gleefully took shears to McMahon’s head, according to the AP.

But Trump took some post-match licks of his own. While toasting his win with a beer, he was given a “Stunner” – a shoulder to the head – by special guest referee “Stone Cold” Steve Austin.