History Wrestling / ShaneMcMahon

28th May '16 7:25:33 AM ArcaneAzmadi
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* BenevolentBoss: The word from inside the industry is that Shane is easily the best member of the [=McMahon=] family to work for.


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* WorthyOpponent: After his [[HolyShitQuotient unbelievable]] [[DeathFromAbove plunge from the top of the Hell Cell]] onto Wrestling/TheUndertaker (sadly just missing him) he continued to tell the stunned Undertaker to BringIt even when he was ''obviously'' completely done. Undertaker lightly patted Shane on the cheek before planting him with the Tombstone to end the match.
6th May '16 10:56:31 AM thecarolinabull01
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* VocalEvolution: His voice has deepened noticeably since his 2016 return.
23rd Apr '16 1:33:41 PM FordPrefect
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* BigBrotherInstinct: Once protected Steph from Wrestling/RandyOrton's Punt Kick by [[TakingTheBullet taking it]] with his back. In general, he's also usually protective to his baby sister.

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* BigBrotherInstinct: Once protected Steph He's usually protective of his baby sister, once saving her from Wrestling/RandyOrton's Punt Kick by [[TakingTheBullet taking it]] with his back. In general, he's also usually protective to his baby sister.back.
12th Apr '16 10:00:41 PM lorgskyegon
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** Taken to its absolute with his performance at {{WrestleMania}} 32: [[spoiler:Jumping from top of the [[GimmickMatches Hell in A Cell]] cage - 20 feet! He missed his mark though, but goes to show how ballsy he can get.]]

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** Taken to its absolute with his performance at {{WrestleMania}} 32: [[spoiler:Jumping from top of the [[GimmickMatches Hell in A Cell]] cage - 20 feet! He missed his mark though, but goes to show how ballsy he can get.]]]] This is five feet higher than the one that almost killed MickFoley and Shane was 13 years older when he did it.
12th Apr '16 9:56:50 PM lorgskyegon
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* HesBack: Shane returned to the WWE after a nearly seven year absence and returned in a huge way and with a huge pop.
12th Apr '16 4:24:51 AM Homiedclown
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'''Shane Brandon [=McMahon=]''' is the eldest of Wrestling/VinceMcMahon's children, and like his sister Wrestling/{{Stephanie|McMahon}}, has been heavily involved with ProfessionalWrestling ever since young adulthood. He spent over twenty years with Wrestling/{{WWE}}, working his way up from ring crew to referee to wrestler to GM-figure. He is one of the only ''fourth-generation'' wrestlers, and was the former head of Global Media for WWE before leaving in early 2010 to become the CEO of an Asian internet company as well as part of the Board of Directors of a sports management firm.

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'''Shane Brandon [=McMahon=]''' is the eldest of Wrestling/VinceMcMahon's children, and like his sister Wrestling/{{Stephanie|McMahon}}, has been heavily involved with ProfessionalWrestling ever since young adulthood. He spent over twenty years with Wrestling/{{WWE}}, working his way up from ring crew to referee to wrestler to GM-figure.

He is one of the only ''fourth-generation'' wrestlers, and was the former head of Global Media for WWE before leaving in early 2010 to become the CEO of an Asian internet company as well as part of the Board of Directors of a sports management firm.


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* GoodCounterpart: Behind the scenes, Vince is still booking the show. Except now he's appealing to the hardcore fans--while pretending that Shane is behind it all. (Wrestling.)\\\
It's a brilliant move: They decided to take a risk in 2016 and change the direction of the show, so if for some reason this doesn't work, on TV at least they can blame it on Shane.
6th Apr '16 12:35:51 AM KYCubbie
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* TheBusCameBack: After a long hiatus, he finally returned to the WWE and called out his father and sister on the February 22, 2016 edition of ''Raw'', challenging them for the control of ''Raw''. Vince will grant him control, but as always, there's a catch -- he has to beat Wrestling/TheUndertaker at Wrestling/WrestleMania. Inside Hell in a Cell. With Taker's career on the line.

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* TheBusCameBack: After a long hiatus, he finally returned to the WWE and called out his father and sister on the February 22, 2016 edition of ''Raw'', challenging them for the control of ''Raw''. Vince will would grant him control, but as always, there's there was a catch -- he has had to beat Wrestling/TheUndertaker at Wrestling/WrestleMania. Inside Hell in a Cell. With Taker's career on the line.



** Taken to its absolute with his performance at {{WrestleMania}} 32: [[spoiler:Jumping on top of the [[GimmickMatches Hell in A Cell]] cage - 20 feet! He missed his mark though, but goes to show how ballsy he can get.]]

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** Taken to its absolute with his performance at {{WrestleMania}} 32: [[spoiler:Jumping on from top of the [[GimmickMatches Hell in A Cell]] cage - 20 feet! He missed his mark though, but goes to show how ballsy he can get.]]



** ...Up to a certain point. By the time he came back in 2016, he was willingly showing his age (46). Then he was shown training to prepare himself to go up against the nearly-unbeatable: a Wrestlemania Hell in a Cell match against The Undertaker. By the time the match ended, he showed himself to be legitimate, reversing Hell's Gate into a sharpshooter, and then the Tombstone Piledriver into a chokehold.

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** ...Up up to a certain point. By the time he came back in 2016, he was willingly showing his age (46). Then he was shown training to prepare himself to go up against the nearly-unbeatable: a Wrestlemania Hell in a Cell match against The Undertaker. By the time the match ended, he showed himself to be legitimate, reversing Hell's Gate into a sharpshooter, and then the Tombstone Piledriver into a chokehold.



** Then came his Hell in A Cell match against Wrestling/TheUndertaker at Wrestling/WrestleMania 32 where he tried to do his elbow drop through the announcers table onto Taker, ''willingly doing it from the top of the 20ft cell''. But as Shane jumped, Taker managed to roll out of the way, causing Shane to crash onto the table, literally silencing the '''100,000+''' in attendance who was just cheering for him as he made the jump, enough to make them sincerely worry he might have gone too far and killed himself as the refs and medics went to check him out. Even '''[[TheStoic THE UNDERTAKER]]''' was in shock at this till Shane finally showed signs of life and even gave him two "[[BringIt Bring it on]]" hand gestures, even know he was clearly out of it.

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** Then came his Hell in A Cell match against Wrestling/TheUndertaker at Wrestling/WrestleMania 32 where he tried to do his elbow drop through the announcers table onto Taker, ''willingly doing it from the top of the 20ft cell''. But as Shane jumped, Taker managed to roll out of the way, causing Shane to crash onto the table, literally silencing the '''100,000+''' in attendance who was just cheering for him as he made the jump, enough to make them sincerely worry he might have gone too far and killed himself as the refs and medics went to check him out. Even '''[[TheStoic THE UNDERTAKER]]''' was in shock at this till Shane finally showed signs of life and even gave him two "[[BringIt Bring it on]]" hand gestures, even know knowing he was clearly out of it.



* VillainousUnderdog: Like most Mc Mahons, Shane is a performer and businessman rather than a proper wrestler. However he stands out among the others just for the sheer valour and legitimate skill he shows in the ring against the actual roster, often even when he's a heel. Sometimes fans are actually left rooting for Shane just for all the extreme measures he takes just to get some upper hand.

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* VillainousUnderdog: Like most Mc Mahons, [=McMahons=], Shane is a performer and businessman rather than a proper wrestler. However he stands out among the others just for the sheer valour and legitimate skill he shows in the ring against the actual roster, often even when he's a heel. Sometimes fans are actually left rooting for Shane just for all the extreme measures he takes just to get some upper hand.
4th Apr '16 10:00:11 PM wanderlustwarrior
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* GarbageWrestler[=/=]SpotMonkey: He pretty much did crazy spots and big bumps and not much more.

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* GarbageWrestler[=/=]SpotMonkey: He pretty much did crazy spots and big bumps and not much more.more...
**...Up to a certain point. By the time he came back in 2016, he was willingly showing his age (46). Then he was shown training to prepare himself to go up against the nearly-unbeatable: a Wrestlemania Hell in a Cell match against The Undertaker. By the time the match ended, he showed himself to be legitimate, reversing Hell's Gate into a sharpshooter, and then the Tombstone Piledriver into a chokehold.
4th Apr '16 2:32:10 PM Psi001
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* VillainousUnderdog: Like most Mc Mahons, Shane is a performer and businessman rather than a proper wrestler. However he stands out among the others just for the sheer valour and legitimate skill he shows in the ring against the actual roster. Sometimes fans are actually left rooting for Shane just for all the extreme measures he takes just to get some upper hand.

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* VillainousUnderdog: Like most Mc Mahons, Shane is a performer and businessman rather than a proper wrestler. However he stands out among the others just for the sheer valour and legitimate skill he shows in the ring against the actual roster.roster, often even when he's a heel. Sometimes fans are actually left rooting for Shane just for all the extreme measures he takes just to get some upper hand.
4th Apr '16 2:30:23 PM Psi001
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* VillainousUnderdog: Like most Mc Mahons, Shane is a performer and businessman rather than a proper wrestler. However he stands out among the others just for the sheer valour and legitimate skill he shows in the ring against the actual roster. Sometimes fans are actually left rooting for Shane just for all the extreme measures he takes just to get some upper hand.
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