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Topic: Shane Mcmahon In WWE
Posted By: admin
Subject: Shane Mcmahon In WWE
Date Posted: 20/September/2006 at 11:09
Quote Details Magazine recently named Shane McMahon on their list of the "50 Most Influential Men Under 42" in the men's magazine's annual Power Issue. McMahon joins others on the list such as Tiger Woods, Jay-Z, Brad Pitt, Vince Vaughn, Leonardo DiCaprio, and more.
 
That is a fairly good list that Shane is keeping company with. You can imagine how much influence he's got as well. He is the only son of a billionaire and works for the biggest company in the wrestling world. I have always liked Shane either heel or face. Plus he doesn't overdo the on screen work because he is happiest behind the scenes out of the limelight. He is in for a huge share of his fathers empire one day and i would think the direction the cpmpany would go in would change with him taking over as well.


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Posted By: Pac-Man
Date Posted: 20/September/2006 at 20:47
Considering how much cooler Shane is on a general scale than Vince (and that's both on and off screen), I believe that WWE would benefit from when Shane's regime takes over. Being less old school, Shane could actually make it more about the wrestling and less about the supercharacters and storylines and merchandise and stuff. The only thing I don't want to see him become or anything is a carbon copy of Vince McMahon once he reaches his fifties.

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Posted By: Ministry Hunter
Date Posted: 21/September/2006 at 02:54
It's just so sad that Vince is probably going to hand the company over to Stephanie and HHH, when Shane would be far better suited to running a company.


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Posted By: Pac-Man
Date Posted: 22/September/2006 at 04:34
Actually, MH, I think all three of them are getting the company when he finally gives it up.

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Posted By: sentryofdoom
Date Posted: 22/September/2006 at 09:53
Originally posted by Pac-Man Pac-Man wrote:

Actually, MH, I think all three of them are getting the company when he finally gives it up.
 
WWE is a big company....I'm sure there's probably more than enough work for all fo them.Tongue


Posted By: fizz
Date Posted: 22/September/2006 at 15:23
I heard from somewhere that Shane doesn't want to be the chairman of WWE I read somewhere. That's why they are handing it to Hunter and Stephanie

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Posted By: Pac-Man
Date Posted: 23/September/2006 at 05:16
Wait so Shane is turning down his chairman shares? You gotta be kidding me! Why in the world would he do that? He's got the opportunity to run the biggest wrestling company in the world. Or does it have something to do with wanting to be a 24/7 father unlike Vince or sumet of that nature?

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Posted By: admin
Date Posted: 11/October/2017 at 15:21
Quote Shane McMahon did it again… this time however, he payed for it. After taking a leap of faith during his brutal HIAC match against Kevin Owens, Shane McMahon reportedly suffered multiple injuries. According to a statement released by WWE.com, Shane McMahon was hospitalized after the event and is dealing with “Neck trauma”, fractured Ribs, and a dislocated Shoulder. The good news: Shane did flash us fans with the “thumbs up” sign as he was wheeled up the ramp and presumably loaded into an ambulance.

Here is the official statement released by the WWE regarding the condition of Shane McMahon: “A preliminary report has determined that Shane may be dealing with multiple injuries, including neck trauma, fractured ribs and a dislocated shoulder.

Real I say? No need to do a kayfabe injury report when the storyline appears to be over.
 
He's 47 and jumping onto a hard table from a great height. That's not going to do his bones and muscles any good no matter how much they try and protect him.
 
He must be pretty close to being the guy in the most HIAC matches ever, if he's not already.


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