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Shane McMahon was Vince McMahon's most consistent Dragon. He started off as a non-action one, serving as Vince's second-in-command and letting whoever was the other dragon do most of the fighting, but over time began wrestling more frequently and he eventually Took a Level in Badass so that he played a more physical one as well.
ARN ANDERSON: Basically made a career as "The Enforcer" of the Four Horsemen, always there as the second-in-command to Ric Flair. Even the one time they were at odds in September-October 1995, it was all a setup for Flair to turn on Sting at WCW Halloween Havoc 1995 and reform the Horsemen with Brian Pillman, and Chris Benoit being added the next night on WCW Monday Nitro.