History Wrestling / ShaneMcMahon

23rd Apr '18 7:31:24 PM MM_Crusader
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* ArchEnemy: Over the years his main feuds include [[SeanWaltman X-Pac]], [[Wrestling/DwayneJohnson The Rock]], Wrestling/StoneColdSteveAustin, Wrestling/TripleH, Wrestling/KurtAngle, Wrestling/RandyOrton, Wrestling/Kane, Wrestling/TheUndertaker, Wrestling/ShawnMichaels, Wrestling/AJStyles, [[Wrestling/KevinSteen Kevin Owens]], [[Wrestling/ElGenerico Sami Zayn]] and even his [[Wrestling/StephanieMcMahon sister]] and [[Wrestling/VinceMcMahon father]].
23rd Apr '18 7:20:06 PM MM_Crusader
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* HeWhoFightsMonsters: As a Face, Shane does his best not to become like his father but his feud with Kevin Owens in the second half of 2017 almost force him to play that card and fire both Owens and Zayn unfairly for all the problems they have caused. Daniel Bryan had to calm him down for months before finally agree with him that those two should be fired after crossing the line.
5th Apr '18 6:53:29 PM nombretomado
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** Taken to its absolute with his performance at {{WrestleMania}} 32: 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 Wrestling/MickFoley and Shane was 13 years older when he did it.

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** Taken to its absolute with his performance at {{WrestleMania}} Wrestling/WrestleMania 32: 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 Wrestling/MickFoley and Shane was 13 years older when he did it.



** ...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 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 [=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.
23rd Mar '18 6:35:04 PM FordPrefect
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** It says something about the [=McMahon=]'s when the guy who willing jumped off the top of the titantron, thrown through two sheets of plexiglass, and did an elbow drop from at least 20 feet in the air, is the sane one

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** It says something about the [=McMahon=]'s [=McMahons=] when the guy who willing willingly jumped off the top of the titantron, got thrown through two sheets of plexiglass, and did an elbow drop from at least 20 feet in the air, is the sane one''sane'' one.
23rd Mar '18 6:30:39 PM FordPrefect
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* DeathOrGloryAttack: An ''alarming'' amount of Shane's offense. He's lost as many matches (if not more) as he's won with his propensity for base jumping from the tallest structure available in the arena. Predictably, if someone can dodge and does, Shane goes splat.

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* DeathOrGloryAttack: An ''alarming'' amount of Shane's offense. He's lost as many matches (if not more) as he's won with his propensity for base jumping from the tallest structure available in the arena. Predictably, if someone can dodge and does, does dodge, Shane goes splat.
18th Jan '18 10:53:53 PM ArcaneAzmadi
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* TookALevelInBadass: While Shane was ''already'' a badass, since his return in 2016 he began to work as more of a ''wrestler,'' rather than just a SpotMonkey and GarbageWrestler. In particular, his matches against Wrestling/TheUndertaker at ''[=WrestleMania=] 32'' and Wrestling/AJStyles at ''[=WrestleMania=] 33'' demonstrated a whole new range of technical ability, including some impressive submissions and reversals.
13th Dec '17 7:16:03 AM dracogeorge
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** It says something about the McMahon's when the guy who willing jumped off the top of the titantron, thrown through two sheets of plexiglass, and did an elbow drop from at least 20 feet in the air, is the sane one

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** It says something about the McMahon's [=McMahon=]'s when the guy who willing jumped off the top of the titantron, thrown through two sheets of plexiglass, and did an elbow drop from at least 20 feet in the air, is the sane one
13th Dec '17 7:14:58 AM dracogeorge
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** It says something about the McMahon's when the guy who willing jumped off the top of the titantron, thrown through two sheets of plexiglass, and did an elbow drop from at least 20 feet in the air, is the sane one
13th Dec '17 7:11:29 AM dracogeorge
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** To elaborate, "the spots with the glass" refers to Kurt attempting to Belly to Belly-suplex Shane through the panes of glass used for the set. Apparently, they hadn't gotten the right type of Plexiglass and the glass refused to break. Shane took a hellacious Belly to belly suplex and landed on his head. He told Kurt to suplex him again, and the glass broke. Then when they tried to do the same spot back out onto the ramp, the glass didn't break ''again''. Kurt reportedly tried to stop the match, but Shane (who was close friends with Kurt in real life) told him they'd never get the chance to do this again. Kurt eventually hurled Shane through headfirst, and that shot of Shane going through the glass the final time has become iconic, used for years as the very first shot of the ''Wrestling/SmackDown'' video package.

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** To elaborate, "the spots with the glass" refers to Kurt attempting to Belly to Belly-suplex Shane through the panes of glass used for the set. Apparently, they hadn't gotten the right type of Plexiglass glass[[note]]To sum up, instead of the safe, easy to break [[SoftGlass sugar glass]], they got plexiglass. The stuff used for bullet proof barriers and to stop hockey pucks from killing audience members. Wonder who got fired for that[[/note]] and the glass refused to break. Shane took a hellacious Belly to belly suplex and landed on his head. He told Kurt to suplex him again, and the glass broke. Then when they tried to do the same spot back out onto the ramp, the glass didn't break ''again''. Kurt reportedly tried to stop the match, but Shane (who was close friends with Kurt in real life) told him they'd never get the chance to do this again. Kurt eventually hurled Shane through headfirst, and that shot of Shane going through the glass the final time has become iconic, used for years as the very first shot of the ''Wrestling/SmackDown'' video package.
13th Dec '17 2:34:07 AM Galvatron29
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* TheComicallySerious: Tended to play the straight man to Vince's LaughablyEvil boss whenever the two were interacting. Has come back into play since his 2016 return - witness his interactions with Corporate Kane, Dean Ambrose and The Fashion Police.
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