Shane McMahon

Business Executive

Shane McMahon was born in New York City, New York, United States on January 15th, 1970 and is the Business Executive. At the age of 54, Shane McMahon biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 15, 1970
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54 years old
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$100 Million
Entrepreneur, Professional Wrestler
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Shane McMahon Life

Shane Brandon McMahon (born January 15, 1970) is an American businessman, professional wrestler, and vice-chairman of Seven Stars Cloud Group, Inc, formerly Wecast Holdings Inc.

He is a minority owner of WWE, where he appeared on the Raw and SmackDown brands as an on-screen authority figure and wrestler. McMahon is a fourth generation wrestling promoter who is a descendant of the McMahon family.

At the age of 15, he began working in WWE, first in their warehouse, where he filled product orders.

McMahon was also a referee, producer, announcer, and eventually a wrestler on film, as well as WWE's Executive Vice President of Global Media behind the scenes.

He is Jess McMahon, grandson of Vincent J. McMahon, uncle of WWE Majority Owner/CEO Vince McMahon, nephew of WWE executive/personality Stephanie McMahon, and brother-in-law Paul "Triple H" Levesque, as well as WWE Executive/Chrisson Paul McMahon, and uncle of WWE executive/civilization Paul Levesque.

He has won the European Championship twice, the Hardcore Championship twice (both now defunct), the SmackDown Tag Team Championship once (also defunct), and the WWE World Cup in 2018, after which he was crowned the world's Best in the World.' McMahon resigned from WWE in 2009, but it came into place January 1, 2010.

In late 2010, he became the CEO of entertainment service firm YOU On Demand.

McMahon resigned as CEO of YOU On Demand and named Weicheng Liu as his replacement on July 12, 2013, while remaining the company's chief executive officer and Vice Chairman.

He returned to the WWE in February as an on-screen character.

Shane lost in a ladder match against Kevin Owens on Fox's 20th anniversary of the sport on Fox on October 4, 2019 and was "fired" from the company, as was the match's stipulation.

Early life

Shane Brandon McMahon was born in Gaithersburg, Maryland, on January 15, 1970, to Vince and Linda McMahon. Stephanie McMahon, the boy's older sister, has one younger sister. He earned a degree in communications after graduating from Greenwich High School in 1987.

Personal life

McMahon is married to Marissa Mazzola. They have three sons. His sons were at WrestleMania 32, accompanying him in his match against The Undertaker; they also appeared in the crowd for some of his younger matches.

McMahon wears baseball jerseys for his matches, with the front page identifying "Shane O Mac" and the back reserved for "McMahon," the name of the pay-per-view in which he is involved, or some other word relating to the match and/or his opponent. When Vince's father, Vince, was interviewed in Playboy, he said that although Shane is right-handed, he still throws left-handed punches. McMahon's football jersey number was 61, the same as his father. McMahon was involved in a helicopter crash on July 19, 2017, but was unhurtled.

McMahon is a huge fan of mixed martial arts. He works in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu under Renzo Gracie, as well as Muay Thai under Phil Nurse.


Shane McMahon Career

Professional wrestling career

Shane Stevens, a referee, began his on-screen career as McMahon. During the inaugural 1988 Royal Rumble match, Shane Stevens, McMahon, walked out to greet the audience, and in 1990 he was the first performer to walk out. McMahon left his refereeing duties behind and took on the role of a backstage official at WrestleMania VIII in an effort to end a storyline brawl between Randy Savage and Ric Flair. McMahon began working behind the scenes before launching in 1997.

Shane McMahon made his first appearances on television in early 1998, when he was one of the key WWF executives negotiating with Mike Tyson during Tyson's heavily promoted involvement in WrestleMania. He was a regular participant in his father's on-air feud with Stone Cold Steve Austin. McMahon did not have to help his father in cameo roles, but not as a bully like Gerald Brisco and Pat Patterson. McMahon appeared on Sunday Night Heat with Jim Cornette and later Kevin Kelly, and later announced with Jerry Lawler on the 1999 videogame WWF Attitude. Shane continued to play a role as a regular guy, turning on his father by signing Austin to a deal after Vince demoted him to the position of referee. Shane, on the other hand, came to a halt and became a full member of The Corporation, but not before.

McMahon earned the European Championship from X-Pac in February 1999, moving away from the commentary role on Heat to a key role in the Corporation angle. Both were involved in a rematch at WrestleMania XV, and McMahon obtained assistance from his childhood friends, the Mean Street Posse and Triple H, who switched on X-Pac during the game to hold the title. McMahon resigned from the position in order to serve as a "undefeated champion" in retirement. McMahon gave the title to Mideon after finding it in McMahon's duffel bag, reactivating it.

Vince made his second appearance in the company after WrestleMania, and Shane took over the company. Shane feuded with his father and a new faction made up of former Corporation members, The Union, with wrestlers like Triple H in this new group. Shane is the SmackDown pilot on SmackDown! Shane joined forces with The Undertaker and the Ministry of Darkness to form the Corporate Ministry. Vince was later revealed to be the mastermind of this group, and his face turn was seen as part of a conspiracy to bring the WWF Championship down Austin. Austin then met Shane and Vince in a ladder match at the King of the Ring for the WWF's ownership, as in the storyline, Austin had 50%, which was regretted by Vince and Shane's complicity in Stephanie's storyline kidnapping by the Corporate Ministry, while Vince and Shane were given 50%. When Shane and Vince lifted the briefcase out of Austin's reach when he climbed the ladder, they were able to win the match and win 100% ownership of the WWF. McMahon was given the Pro Wrestling Illustrated Rookie of the Year in 1999, but he declined to accept it, saying, "These are for the boys, not me."

McMahon shifted his attention away from his ownership rediscovered to, and then babyface, Test. Stephanie, Shane's sister, was reportedly dating Stephanie. Shane refused to participate in the friendship, suspecting Stephanie was dating "beneath the family's high standards" and ending up fighting with Test. McMahon made Test's life a living hell with support from Mean Street Posse. McMahon took the test at SummerSlam, with the condition that if McMahon won the match, Test and Stephanie will no longer see each other, and if they fail, McMahon would bless him with his blessings. Test was able to win, and McMahon negotiated his differences with Test, bringing him his second face-running by being his ally in a second face-off. Triple H and D-Generation X hit Shane early December 1999 as his father, Vince, then feuded with Triple H. In a gang-style assault in which Billy Gunn and Road Dogg barred members of the corporation from saving Shane, he was thrown off the stage. Stephanie turned heel, siding with her new kayfabe husband Kevin Lehl, then-heel, Triple H, but not married in real life until 2003). The McMahon-Helmsley Faction began, and all of the other McMahons were canceled from television.

Shane made his comeback as a heel again by assisting Big Show defeating The Rock; these efforts fell apart as Vince returned to Raw Is War next Monday night, helping The Rock win the match. This got off the road to WrestleMania 2000, wherein each wrestler's four-way main event had a McMahon in his corner. Vince, Big Show had Shane, Triple H had Stephanie, and Mick Foley featured Shane's mother, Linda McMahon. Big Show was the first man to be disqualified, and Shane and Mayce separated soon after. McMahon won after receiving support from Test and Albert, among other things, leading to a match between the two teams on Judgment Day. McMahon allied himself with other heel wrestlers, including Chris Benoit, in his fight for the WWF Championship with The Rock over the course of several months. He was also affiliated with Edge and Christian, who helped him beat Steve Blackman's Hardcore Championship. In a rematch at SummerSlam, McMahon defeated Blackman, losing the championship after falling 50 feet (15 meters) through the tournament. McMahon climbed up the set and attempted to escape from Blackman, who gave chase and struck Shane with a Singapore cane, knocking him off. McMahon later departed from television, with occasional comeback appearances.

Shane made his third appearance in 2001 by once more feuding with his father, Vince. Vince was entangled in the feud with Trish Stratus and Vince's insensitivity and cry for divorce Linda McMahon. As fate would have it, former World Championship Wrestling Federation (WWF) competitor World Championship Wrestling (WCW) was sold to the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) a week before the Father versus Son match at WrestleMania X-Seven. Vince in terms of the storyline: Ted Turner has been drafted to sign the WrestleMania X-Seven contract. Shane was able to seize the opportunity and purchase WCW himself, much to Vince's surprise. In a Street Fight, McMahon defeated his father at WrestleMania X-Seven. McMahon performed his theme song "Here Comes The Money" at Backlash and was in a Last Man Standing match against Big Showdown. McMahon performed the Leap of Faith (from the top of the scaffolding), knocking himself and showing out. McMahon was able to recover from his boots after the test, which prompted McMahon to win.

McMahon's feud with Kurt Angle began shortly. McMahon's rivalry with Angle had come to an end by the King of the Ring on June 24. Angle defeated McMahon in a Street Fight after being involved in two tournament matches that night. Angle was reported to have fractured his tailbone after a squabble on the hard floor. Through the plated glass stage set, Angle created an overhead belly to belly suplex, but McMahon did not break through on the first attempt, causing him to crash head first onto the concrete floor. Angle was to bring a second plate back to the stage but failed two more times after a successful second attempt. Angle proceeded to bodily hurl him through the plate glass. Shane was also missing a shooting star press and landing on a garbage can, and Angle ended up winning the Angle Slam off the top rope before scoring the victory over a bloodied McMahon.

McMahon joined WCW wrestlers against his father and the WWF wrestlers, eventually falling out of favor with Paul Heyman and his company's Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) wrestlers, as well as McMahon's sister Stephanie McMahon. They pledged to finally put the WWF (and specifically their father) out of business by naming themselves The Alliance. In the end, The Invasion came to a close in a battle to determine which power would eventually have control. The McMahon, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Kurt Angle, Rob Van Dam, and Booker T are among the team's lost to The Rock, Chris Jericho, Kane and the Big Show. Shane and Stephanie, who Shane denied losing to the right one, were both chastised by her father, while Stephanie pleaded with her father before being coercefully barred from the arena. McMahon will not be seen on television for almost two years after a brief appearance on Raw's July 15, 2002 episode.

On an episode of SmackDown, McMahon made his first on-screen appearance in two years. He was watching his father's preparations in the gym ahead of his match against Hulk Hogan. Following a Street Fight with Hulk Hogan, Hogan welcomed Shane in the ring and then walked out to check on his father's welfare. He returned to Shane's mother Linda's in the summer of 2003 by becoming involved in a feud with Eric Bischoff, who had made inappropriate remarks and movements to her mother. In a Falls Count Anywhere match at SummerSlam, he defeated Bischoff. After Kane gave Linda a Tombstone Piledriver because she did not name him as the top contender to the World Heavyweight Championship, McMahon became involved in a bitter rivalry with Kane. McMahon lost a Last Man Standing match at Unforgiven and an Ambulance match at Survivor Series, as a result of their feud.

After the success of the Survivor Series, McMahon left Raw to concentrate his attention on the executive creative team and his new family. McMahon appeared briefly on camera during the opening of the festival with Vince and his newborn son, Declan. All four members of the McMahon family were given a Stone Cold Stunner by Stone Cold Steve Austin on a special 3-hour episode of Raw in October 2005, billed as WWE Homecoming. Vince asked for an apology from ringside commentators for failing to help his family's care, igniting a new feud. McMahon appeared on Survivor Series before, but did not appear on television. As The Boogeyman threatened to intimidate McMahon, who made no deal about it, he can be seen on the DVD extra backstage speaking to Theodore Long.

McMahon returned to Shawn Michaels in 2006 as a heel by allying with his father once more to help him with the feud. Shane, even though not participating in the competition, dismissed Michaels from the Royal Rumble match by throwing him over the top rope. Shane and Michaels clashed with Shane, one of which saw him compel an unconscious Michaels to kiss Vince's rear end, is now a Street Fight on Saturday Night's Main Event XXII. Shane put Michaels in the Sharpshooter as Vince called for the call and gave Shane the victory in a way similar to the real one in Montreal Screwjob. After WrestleMania 22, where Michaels defeated Vince McMahon, the McMahons' feud with Michaels took a spiritual turn. Michaels' victory was a result of "divine intervention" and booked himself and his son in a match at Backlash against Michaels and his tag team partner "God." Vince began to act strangely, and at one point referred to him as a god. Shane, who was referred to by Vince as "the product of his semen," worked with Vince to defeat Michaels and "God" at Backlash, thanks to the Spirit Squad's help.

Triple H, who the McMahons had recruited to kill Michaels, was later identified as the cause of this feud. Triple H was getting bored with this as it was distracting from his attempt to regain the WWE Championship. Triple H wound up bashing Shane with his signature weapon, the sledgehammer, in what was supposed to be an accident that put Shane out of the competition for a while. Vince (and later Shane, who had recovered) tried to smear Triple H's name and get some retribution. Triple H grew dissatisfied with the McMahons shortly after, leading to his split with Shawn Michaels and the restoration of D-Generation X. The McMahons were defeated by D-X at SummerSlam. About a month after, Unforgiven, The McMahons, and then the ECW World Champion Big Show faced D-X in a Cell match in Hell. Shane was hurt after Michaels' elbow dropped a chair that was around Shane's neck. D-X emerged victorious at Unforgiven, and Shane disappeared from television.

McMahon returned to alert his father, Vince, that the "Battle of the Billionaires" has "guest referee" is on the "Battle of the Billionaires" is on the "Battle of the Billionaires" is on March 5th episode of Raw. He told him that his opponents on the Board of Directors had won the election, 5–4. Shane was supposed to be the referee by the McMahons. Rather, the guest referee turned out to be McMahon's old adversary, the Texas rattlesnake Stone Cold Steve Austin. Shane's attempt to intervene on his father's behalf was rejected by Austin during the "Battle of the Billionaires" match at WrestleMania 23. Shane was able to smash the Coast to Coast dive with a trash can into Bobby Lashley's face during the game. Shane officially joined Vince/Umaga/Lashley in a Title vs. During a match against Lashley for the ECW World Championship in a Title vs. Shane was disqualified on purpose for punching the referee during a hair contest. Umaga, Vince, and Shane all assaulted Lashley after the match. Shane and Vince and Umaga defeated Lashley for the title after backlash in a handicap match for the ECW World Championship. Vince earned the pin, making him the ECW World Champion. Lashley defeated Shane, Vince, and Umaga once more in a rematch for the ECW World Championship on Judgment Day. Lashley was the champion this season, but Vince remained the champion because he pinned Shane rather than Vince. Shane and Umaga attempted to assist Vince in retaining the ECW World Championship against Lashley, but they were dissatisfied when Lashley speared Vince and pinned him for the victory.

Shane, his mother Linda, and his sister Stephanie were among the first to confront Vince about his illegitimate child on taped episode of Raw, which aired on September 3. Shane and his father were then reunited on Survivor Series to help Hornswoggle defeat The Great Khali. After that, he was only seen on WWE's pay per view, No Way Out in 2008, after the former had his nose properly broken in the attempt to scream Mayweather's speed by Floyd Mayweather Jr. before not being seen again until June 2008.

Shane asked for the Raw team to unite during a turbulent time after Vince McMahon sustained on the morning of Raw when a sign fell on top of him during his hosting of the "Million Dollar Mania" sweepstakes on June 23. Shane's plea was dismissed, and Shane and his sister Stephanie followed the roster to demonstrate solidarity. Shane made an appearance on Raw's July 28 episode to announce Mike Adamle as his and Stephanie's new Raw general manager. After Adamle resigned as general manager, Stephanie and he took over as interim on-screen authority figures for the Raw program. Shane and Stephanie disagreed on who was in charge of the show on Monday, resulting in Stephanie telling him that Raw is her show. Shane finished the segment by reminding Stephanie that he would be following Stephanie "right into the ground" from that day.

Randy Orton started a feud with the McMahon family at the start of 2009. Orton punched Mr. McMahon in the head on the January 19 episode of Raw after he threatened to fire Orton from the company for earlier remarks regarding Stephanie. Shane returned to television and chastised Orton for his conduct the following week, becoming the first time since 2006. Orton challenged Shane to a No Holds Barred match at No Way Out on February 2nd, which he accepted but Orton lost the match. Shane challenged Orton to a match for the episode's big event the following night on Raw. Orton punched Shane in the head, as well as giving Stephanie McMahon an RKO.

Shane appeared on Raw's March 30 episode, alongside Triple H and his father Vince McMahon, to confront and criticize The Legacy (Randy Orton, Ted DiBiase, and Cody Rhodes). Shane would face The Legacy at Backlash in a six-man tag team match against The Legacy at Backlash, the latter of whom had returned from injury; however, Triple H's squad would retain the title if any member of Orton's squad was counted out or disqualified, according to the stipulation; on the April 6 episode of Raw, where the former team's team was stipulated. Shane's character was on the May 4 episode of Raw, suffering a broken leg and ankle at Orton and Legacy as a way to pull him out of the story. Shane resigned from WWE on January 1, 2010.

Shane returned to WWE for the first time in nearly seven years, interrupting his sister, Stephanie McMahon, who was given the "Vincent J. McMahon Legacy of Excellence" Award from their father, Vince McMahon. Shane revealed that the reason for his absence was because he wanted to control Raw, which culminated in Vince placing Shane in a Hell in a Cell match against The Undertaker, who then announced that if Shane would no longer be a participant in future WWE matches. Shane tried a Leap of Faith off the top of the cell, but the Undertaker was able to reach it, and Shane collapsed through an announce table. Soon after, Shane was defeated by Undertaker.

Despite losing at WrestleMania, Shane ruled Raw for a month, first by his father, Vince, after WrestleMania, and then for the next three weeks after "popular demand on social media." Stephanie confronted Shane, advising him that it will be determined who will control Raw at Payback, where Vince revealed that both Shane and Stephanie will be Co-general managers and have joint control of WWE.

Vince named Shane as the storyline commissioner of Raw and Stephanie as the brand ambassador for their respective shows in July, following the announcement of the brand extension with SmackDown moving to Tuesday. Shane has named Daniel Bryan as the company's general manager of SmackDown. Brock Lesnar won his match against Randy Orton by a technical knockout and continued to assault Orton as he was being treated. Shane then confronted Lesnar, which resulted in Lesnar assaulting Shane with an F-5. Shane agreed to substitute an injured Baron Corbin in the traditional Survivor Series tag team elimination match between the two companies on November 8. Team SmackDown defeated Team Raw in the Survivor Series. Following a spear from Roman Reigns that resulted in his expulsion, McMahon sustained a legitimate concussion, resulting in his demise. McMahon will take over host duties for Talking Smack in December with Daniel Bryan taking time off for family reasons.

After AJ Styles and Luke Harper uninhibitedly beat each other in a number one contender's fight royal on February 28, McMahon made a singles match between the two contestants on SmackDown's January 28 episode, with the winner taking the WWE Championship against Bray Wyatt. Styles would first advance to win the match before McMahon would restart the match due to Harper's foot breaking the rope during the pinfall. Styles will capitalize and pin Harper once more after McMahon mistakenly distracted Harper. On the same week, Randy Orton turned on Wyatt and lost his Royal Rumble winning chance, McMahon would book a number one contender's match and Orton lost to Orton. Styles would face McMahon in the Gorilla position after losing the match, and the pair will clash in the Gorilla role, with physical activity between them. Styles attacked McMahon inside the parking lot, causing McMahon to be busted open and suffer a storyline concussion. Styles from SmackDown was "fired" as a result of this. However, as McMahon was set to leave, he went back to the arena and announced that he would face Styles at WrestleMania 33. McMahon lost in a singles match against AJ Styles on April 2, 33 years old. After WrestleMania, McMahon, and Styles shook hands, the first episode of SmackDown debuted on April 4th.

McMahon had a serious argument with Kevin Owens on August 1st episode of SmackDown because of losing to AJ Styles for the United States Championship. Owens needed a competent referee, so Daniel Bryan selected McMahon to be the special guest referee. During a brawl between Styles and Owens, McMahon was mistakenly attacked by Styles. McMahon warned Styles that if he takes his hands on him, he will place his hands on Styles. After McMahon mistakenly attacked McMahon, Owens was alerted. McMahon was supposed to count the pin and declare Owens the champion at SummerSlam, but McMahon decided on the bottom rope, the match continued. Owens was pushed McMahon, causing McMahon to pull Owens back. Styles emerged as a result of a commotion in their bid to win back the United States Championship. McMahon's rematch with Styles and Owens was allowed on August 22 of SmackDown. After seeing the poor officiating from guest referee Baron Corbin, McMahon made himself referee during the match, which resulted in a clash between Owens. Styles were able to profit and pin Owens to keep the championship intact, which was a good thing. McMahon beat Owens after warning him not to talk about his family, which was on the September 5 episode of SmackDown. Shane was "suspended indefinitely" by Vince McMahon, who would be returning to SmackDown next week, shortly after. Shane will face Owens in a Cell match in a Hell in a Cell match on September 12, according to Vince SmackDown, CEO and Chairman of WWE. Owens won after being saved by Sami Zayn from McMahon's Leap of Faith from the top of the cell to the announcer's table and then dragged by Zayn to pin McMahon.

McMahon fired his first shot in the SmackDown series on October 23 when he arrived with the bulk of the SmackDown roster to hurt the Raw roster, after being friendly with Kurt Angle earlier in the night. Angle returned to the ring after defeating wrestlers on the Raw roster. McMahon advised Angle that they should bring their gold medal and the remainder of the roster to Survivor Series, and that they will finish what they started at Survivor Series. However, the Shield announced their presence and defiantly appeared on The New Day's main match, Seth Rollins and Sami Zayn, just over a week later on the November 14 edition of SmackDown. As the Usos tried to assist the SmackDown women's locker room, they were assaulted by Cesaro and Sheamus, the Raw women's locker room, and the rest of the SmackDown male roster, including Angle and Braun Strowman, was likely to get hurt in turn. Shane was given two triple powerbombs by The Shield and an Angle Slam by Angle as retaliation for the SmackDown crew's struggles over Raw in the last week, and to show that Team Raw will be victorious over Team SmackDown, the pay-per-view will be victorious over Team SmackDown will be victorious over Team SmackDown. Shane was the last man to be eliminated by Triple H at Survivor's Games, meaning Team SmackDown lost.

Shane McMahon pulled the referee out of the ring when Kevin Owens covered Dolph Ziggler and pulled Sami Zayn out of the contest after he covered Kevin Owens. Shane McMahon announced his indefinite leave of absence as SmackDown's commissioner on Wednesday, on episode SmackDown. Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn then proceeded to assault Shane McMahon in the ring and beyond the entrance. Shane (kayfabe) suffered from a laryngeal contusion, trapezius, and rhomboid strains. He was then admitted to a local emergency department. Shane legitimately had acute diverticulitis while resting with his family in the Caribbean on March 14, and doctors in Antigua found him in Antigua for a few days before he was admitted to a hospital in New York, where doctors also discovered Shane has an umbilical hernia that needed surgical treatment after the disease was eradicated. "Thank you, everybody, for the get well wishes," McMahon posted on Instagram. It really helps. I'm getting better, and I'm carrying the world's best medicine with me." Shane will compete against Owens and Zayn at WrestleMania 34, according to later. McMahon appeared on SmackDown's episode on April 3 to discuss his WrestleMania match, saying Owens and Zayn will never be seen in a SmackDown arena again. Bryan and McMahon beat Zayn and Owens in WrestleMania, beating them both in WrestleMania and Owens.

He continued to compete at the Greatest Royal Rumble in which he reached #47 before being banned from the namesake match after being choke slammed off the top rope by a table by Braun Strowman. On the Truth TV segment hosted by R-Truth and Carmella, then took time off to recover from the burns he suffered two months before. Following TLC's Tables, Ladders, & Chairs in December, the McMahon family (Vince, Stephanie, Shane, and Triple H) appeared on Raw, a family of TLC who will be running both Raw and SmackDown as a team with no general managers.

He replaced The Miz after the latter sustained a (kayfabe) injury in the finals of the WWE World Cup and claimed the championship by beating Dolph Ziggler in less than three minutes and winning the tournament. The Miz then began a quest to form a tag team with Shane, who eventually agreed, and the pair faced SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Bar (Cesaro and Sheamus) at the Royal Rumble pay-per-view, winning the championships. The Usos won the titles and Jimmy Uso failed to recover them at Fastlane, with McMahon wailing The Miz and taunting Miz's father for the first time since 2009. McMahon then began announcing himself as the "Best in the World" and scheduled a match between himself and Miz at WrestleMania 35, which Miz requested to be a Falls Count Anywhere match, and Shane agreed. Although both men were unconscious, McMahon barely beat Miz after being superplexed off a 15-foot platform and landing on top of Miz for the 3 counts. McMahon helped Bobby Lashley defeat Miz, who was drafted to Raw, and then McMahon attacked Miz on the 29th edition of Raw. Miz challenged McMahon to a Steel Cage Match at Money in the Bank later that night, which Shane accepted.

Elias and Roman Reigns were drafted to the brand, while Miz on Raw was feuding over SmackDown, Elias, and Roman Reigns were drafted to the brand. On the SmackDown episode of SmackDown, Shane's father Vince introduced Elias as the SmackDown's most significant purchase. Reigns, who hit Elias and hit Vince with the Superman Punch, confronted the two people. Shane called out Reigns for a fight against his father, but Reigns was aided by Shane, allying Elias and Shane. Shane then compelled Reigns to face The B-Team (Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel), as the special referee enforcer who Reigns won. Shane teamed with Elias, Daniel Bryan, and Rowan in a seven-man handicap match that defeated Reigns and The Usos the following week. Shane defeated The Miz this time by escaping the cage ending their feud. Shane confronted Roman Reigns with Reigns vs. Shane to a match at Super ShowDown, which Shane accepted. Shane defeated Roman Reigns after Drew McIntyre's interference. Shane and McIntyre were disqualified in a No Holds Barred tag team match at Extreme Rules against Reigns and The Undertaker.

McMahon re-ignited his feud with Kevin Owens after Owens expressed dissatisfaction with McMahon's constant appearance on television and struck him with the Stunner on numerous occasions. McMahon lost to Owens at SummerSlam, where Owens may have been banned from wrestling. McMahon later used an injured Elias in a semi-final match against Chad Gable for the 2019 King of the Ring tournament, and Owens was deemed the referee, and Owens was dismissed despite McMahon's promise to ban Owens from damaging expensive equipment, and Owens was hereby dismissed. Owens, on the other hand, continued to appear on television to issue legal problems until the WWE SmackDown 20th Anniversary episode, where McMahon was banned after losing a ladder match against Owens.

McMahon returned as a host on Raw Underground's August 3, 2020, segment branded as an unsupervised fight club after a ten-month absence from television. After the September 21 episode, it was cancelled. McMahon then transitioned into the role of backstage producer. During The Undertaker's retirement party on November 22, 2020, he appeared at Survivor Series for the first time.

Braun Strowman took issue with McMahon in February, who was furious at being left out of Raw's Elimination Chamber match. McMahon began to ridicule Strowman's intelligence, effectively turning heel on the situation. On the 15th episode of Raw, the Strowman then challenged McMahon to a match, which McMahon won. At WrestleMania 37, the defender then challenged McMahon to a Steel Cage match, which McMahon accepted. McMahon was defeated by Strowman at the event.

McMahon was back in 2022 Royal Rumble in the namesake competition, lasted until the final three, but eventual winner Brock Lesnar was disqualified. Fans, commentators, and staff have all chastised McMahon for his role in and the reservation of the rumble match. McMahon had been "let go" by the company on February 2nd. The way he put together the new Men's Royal Rumble tournament together, which included booking himself to look good over full time wrestlers, contributed to frustration backstage and the company's departure. According to Sports Illustrated, McMahon was reportedly scheduled to attend WWE's Elimination Chamber function in Saudi Arabia prior to his departure.

Business career

Shane McMahon started working in WWE at the age of 15, mainly in their warehouse, where he filled orders. McMahon served as a referee, producer, announcer, and eventually a wrestler on-screen, as well as becoming WWE's Executive Vice President of Global Media behind the scenes. McMahon was already backstage and serving behind the company's scenes in 1992. McMahon helped launch WWE's official website in 1997. McMahon was still a part of WWE's decision process, even though it wasn't explicitly creative.

McMahon attended Pride 32 at the Thomas & Mack Center in Paradise, Nevada, on October 21, 2006, sparking rumors that WWE was considering promoting MMA events. WWE and Dream Stage Entertainment, the parent company of Pride Fighting Championships, held a meeting at WWE global headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut, on November 17, 2006. The meeting was focused on the possibility that the two companies could do some sort of joint venture in the future. However, Nobuyuki Sakakibara, president of DSE, announced on March 27, 2007 that Station Casinos, Inc., Inc. magnate Lorenzo Fertitta, who was also one of the co-owners of Zuffa, had signed a deal to buy all of Pride FC's assets after Pride 34 in a US$70 million contract, effectively ending any prospective rivalry between Pride and WWE.

McMahon and WWE Canada President Carl De Marco travelled to South America later this year to finalize a big television contract in Brazil, which allowed their television station to air Raw and SmackDown.

McMahon signed another major TV contract in September 2008, this time in Mexico, which made WWE wrestling available on Mexico's two most popular television networks, Raw on Televisa and SmackDown on TV Azteca.

Shane McMahon resigned as WWE's Executive Vice President of Global Media on October 16, 2009, while WWE issued a statement stating that the resignation was due to begin on January 1, 2010. The resignation was based on no specific reason. "I have been with this company for the bulk of my life, I believe now is the right time in my career to explore outside interests," McMahon said in a WWE press release. On January 1, 2010, he brought an 20-year career with the company, effectively ending his 20-year tenure with the organization. McMahon's departure left only two original members of the McMahon family company; Vince, and Stephanie, Stephanie; and the company's father Vince.

McMahon began working as a producer for WWE in late 2019.

Shane McMahon resigned as Executive Vice President of WWE in May 2020 because "he realized that his father Vince, saw his sister Stephanie and her husband Triple H as the successors to the throne" and "was dissatisfied with the company's visions." Despite being on a part-time WWE contract and no significant production role with his family's business, McMahon nevertheless had a history of booking Royal Rumble matches, with Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful stating that "though he wasn't listed as a producer internally for the 2022 Royal Rumble," despite being a producer of the 2022 Royal Rumble.

McMahon founded China Broadband Inc., a cable broadband provider as well as other digital and analog related services in Shandong, China's Shandong province. The firm is headquartered in Boulder County, Colorado. McMahon was also the CEO of You On Demand, China's first video-on-demand and pay-per-view service. McMahon resigned as CEO of You On Demand in July 2013. McMahon served as Executive Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of the corporation until August 2, 2021, when McMahon was promoted to Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors of the company, which has undergone several name changes since that time, including Wecast Holdings Inc., Seven Stars Cloud Group Inc., and finally, Ideanomics. The firm is headquartered in New York City.

McMahon is a member of the International Sports Management Board and represents talent such as Ernie Els and earlier Rory McIlroy.

McMahon is also a part owner of the Indian Larry Motorcycle Shop in Brooklyn, NY.


After the UFC merges with the WWE, Dana White announces Vince McMahon REJECTED the opportunity to buy the UFC at the start of the 21st century, September 15, 2023
McMahon and White have been teaming up after the WWE was bought by UFC owner Endeavor Group Holdings, with WWE and UFC merging into a single entity named TKO Group Holdings earlier this week. Despite the fact that McMahon no longer has a majority interest in the WWE, he is TKO's executive chairman, alongside White CEO of the UFC. Shane McMahon, Vince's uncle, was suspected in the early 2000s that the family wanted to buy the UFC, but it was never clear if that was really the case.

Shane McMahon tries to get him to WrestleMania 39 last month, according to Hulk Hogan, May 25, 2023
'Hulkamania' made a return to WWE at this year's WrestleMania, as Hulk Hogan was asked to return to the WWE.' Hogan hasn't appeared in a wrestling match since a TNA house show six years ago, when he was a participant in a six-man tag team competition. However, Hogan said he got a phone call from Shane McMahon asking if he was eager to return to the ring when he was speaking with The MMA Hour (via Wrestling Inc).

Shane McMahon's surprise WWE return to DISASTER comes at a conclusion, April 3, 2023
Shane McMahon returned to WWE for an impromptu match with The Miz at night two of WrestleMania, but it ended in tragedy for Vince McMahon's son. McMahon staggered on his knee and seemed to suffer a serious injury after starting a match with The Miz. It's likely that the 53-year-old has sustained a serious injury and was pushed out of the ring by medical staff.
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