WWE's former Director of Operations uses his conflict resolution skills and believes he'll be a tremendous asset to SmackDown's leadership team when it goes live on July 19.
WATCH: Shane McMahon explains why he left WWE on the Tell-All Podcast hosted by Mick Foley on WWE Network
Shane-O-Mac details decision to leave WWE in 2009: Courtesy of the award-winning WWE Network.
Just a few weeks ago, Wrestlemania 32 took place and Shane McMahon provided fans with one of the most memorable sights in the sport’s history when he jumped off the top of a 20-feet Hell in a Cell and elbow dropped a table. It looks like people everywhere are trying to mimic that, despite WWE’s multiple warnings to never try this stuff at home. It is pretty hard for fans to...
Has WWE gotten its groove back? The past two weeks with Shane McMahon behind the wheel of Raw, it would seem a new energy has evolved and fans are more interested in what happens next. It could also become part of a storyline where there is a power struggle between McMahon and Triple H (just a thought for Survivor Series). Not everyone seems to be excited about the changes...
As Shane-O-Mac kicks off Raw with several blockbuster announcements, The Prizefighter has a bone to pick with WWE's Prodigal Son.
Shane McMahon put his body and future with the company on the line at WrestleMania 32 when he stepped into a Hell in a Cell match against The Undertaker. If he won, Shane would assume full control of Monday Night Raw; it would also spell the end of The Undertaker’s legacy at WrestleMania and he would no longer be able to wrestle at the Showcase of the Immortals. If the Dead Man...
In the wake of WrestleMania, the WWE Chairman stuns the WWE Universe by putting The Prodigal son in charge of WWE's flagship show.
Shane McMahon has done some crazy things in the past, but he might have saved the best for WrestleMania 32. The WWE’s Prodigal Son had just about thrown the kitchen sink at The Undertaker in their Hell in a Cell match at AT&T Stadium, but when that wasn’t enough, he scaled the massive structure and took a leap of faith, just like Mick Foley. Unfortunately for McMahon, though...
Shane McMahon actually did it. During his Hell in a Cell match against Undertaker at WrestleMania 32 in Arlington on Sunday, McMahon jumped off the top of the cage in an attempt to land an elbow drop on Taker. Taker moved away and McMahon may have missed the table he was aiming for, but it was one heck of a stunt: HERE COMES THE MONEY from 20 FEET in the air!!! #HellInACell ...
Shane McMahon went off the top rope and slammed Undertaker on the announcer’s table during RAW on Monday, exploding the hype leading to their match at WrestleMania 32 on Sunday. Here’s McMahon going off the top rope and jumping through the announcer’s table to slam Undertaker: THIS. JUST. HAPPENED! #RAW #WrestleMania @ShaneMcMahon https://t.co/yocAdvm6Sy — WWE (@WWE) March...
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