Shane Brandon McMahon or best known as Shane McMahon, is recognized for his time in his father’s company WWE. He is considered as one of the greatest non-wrestler to perform in high-quality matches during his youth. Being the minor owner of WWE, he is currently a commissioner on WWE’s SmackDown and RAW brand.
Apart from that, he is a successful businessman with risk-taking maneuvers and is also vice-chairman of Seven Stars Cloud Group. He was also the former CEO of You on Demand in China. Some of his note-worthy championships include European Championship and Hardcore Championship in the WWE.
|Full Name||Shane Brandon McMahon|
|Ring Name||Shane McMahon|
|Date of Birth||January 15, 1970|
|Marital Status||Married with Marissa Mazzola|
|Birthplace||Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States|
|Profession||Professional Wrestler, Businessman|
|Net Worth||Estimated around $35 Million|
|Height||6 ft 2 in (188 cm)|
|Weight||230 lb (104 Kg)|
Early Life and Childhood
Born on January 15, 1970, Shane is the first child of Linda McMahon and Vince McMahon. He has a younger sister named Stephanie McMahon. Under the supervision of Phil Nurse, he received the wrestling training. In 1988, Shane McMahon was graduated from Greenwich High School and later joined Roger Williams University to study media and marketing. He also got enrolled at Boston University and received a degree in 1993.
During the initial phase of their career, he worked as a referee in his father’s company. He took part in numerous jobs from the producer, announcer to wrestler, while being at WWE. In 1997, McMahon launched a website wwf.com and made several appearances as a color commentator on Sunday Night Heat. After the feud between his father and Steve Austin, he started regularly appearing in the show.
Age, Height, Net Worth and Weight of Shane McMahon
The successful business tycoon born with a silver spoon in his mouth is believed to have a net worth of $35 million. With the height of 6ft and 2 inches, he weighs about 104 kgs. As of 2019, he is a 49 years old grooming man.
Being the only son of WWE Chairman Vincent McMahon, Shane began working at WWE from the age of 15 and inherited his father’s profound business skills. He is the fourth-generation wrestling promoter of the McMahon family. As a WWE’s Executive Vice President of Global Media, he correctly handles everything from behind the scene.
In 2010, Shane resigned from WWE and became CEO of You on Demand, an entertainment service company. He voluntarily stepped down as CEO, appointing Wei Kang Liu as his successor in 2013. McMahon has also invested in Indian Larry Motorcycle Shop in Brooklyn, NY.
He rejoined WWE in 2016 as an on-screen character. As a winner of the European Championship and Hardcore Championship, the fiery wrestler surprises his fans with fantastic aerial moves in the ring. Shane McMahon’s daredevil stunts include jumping from the top of the cell to the announcer’s table in a Cell match, taking a 50-foot leap off the Titantron onto the opponent. He portrayed his most exceptional performance defeating his father. Shane has always proved to be unique and explicit from the rest of the McMahon clan.
Equipped with authentic and exclusive prowess, McMahon has been able to prove his worth as a successful businessman and a capable wrestler.
Personal Life of Shane McMahon
Shane McMahon has a lovely wife named Marissa Mazzola, with whom he got married on the 14th of Sep, 1996. The beautiful couple is blessed with three sons: Declan, Rogan, and Kenyon. When he had the match against The Undertaker, his kids were there to give him a company. In the year 2006, he was on the list of 50 Most Powerful Men under 42 in the annual power issue of Detail Magazine.
McMahon usually wears baseball jerseys during his matches, with the front saying, Shane O Mac. His father, Vince, mentioned that although Shane is right-handed, he often throws left-handed punches in an interview with Playboy. Shane even played a brief role in the 2002 film Rollerball.
On the 19th of July, 2017, Vincent’s son had some severe injuries in a helicopter crash. But luckily, he got saved.
Championships and Accomplishments
Pro Wrestling Illustrated
- Shane McMahon was announced as the Feud of the Year (2001)
- Shane as the Rookie of the Year (1999)
- He was then Ranked No. 245 of the 500 top singles wrestlers in the PWI 500 in 1999
World Wrestling Federation / WWE
- WWF European Championship (1 time)
- WWF Hardcore Championship (1 time)
- WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with The Miz
- WWE World Cup (2018)
Wrestling Observer Newsletter
- Most Disgusting Promotional Tactic (2003)
- Shane McMahon had Worst Feud of the Year (2006) with Vince McMahon vs. D-Generation X
Shane has made appearances in movies like Beyond the Mat, and Rollerball. Moreover, he also acted as US Army CID Special Agent in NCIS: Los Angeles. As of 2019, Shane has been part of every video game that WWE has ever launched.
Social Media Presence of Shane McMahon
Facebook: 992K followers
Instagram: 1.4 M followers
Twitter: 652.9K followers