Shane McMahon is a wrestler and businessman from the United States who is the son of Vince McMahon, the head of World Wrestling Entertainment or WWE. He is a WWE SmackDown Live on-screen commissioner and a minority owner of the organization. In addition, he serves as the vice-chairman of Seven Stars Cloud Group, Inc. As of 2022, Shane McMahon’s estimated net worth is $100 million.
Shane Brandon McMahon was born and raised in Gaithersburg, Maryland on January 15, 1970. The accomplished man recently turned 52 at the time of writing.
He is a fourth-generation member of the McMahon household, which is responsible for WWE’s creation. And until today, they are still contributing greatly to the success of the franchise.
Stephanie McMahon, a retired professional wrestler, is his only sibling. This also makes him the brother-in-law of Paul Michael Levesque, better known by his stage name, Triple H.
Even with his family having a wealthy background, Shane didn’t start out big. He worked in a low-level role inside the business, filling requests at the corporation’s warehouse.
He soon assisted in the launch of the company’s website. Around this time, he was also making his first appearances on the screen as a referee, announcer, and wrestler. By the early 2000s, he had earned the trust of the executives.
Shane assisted the company in signing several significant arrangements over the next few years. This included a television deal in Brazil for the transmission of WWE events. He followed that up with a similar contract in Mexico.
With the stage name “Shane Stevens,” he initially appeared as a referee in 1988. After that, McMahon returned to work behind the scenes as a backstage official. He also worked as a commentator and a presenter.
As a wrestler, he has established himself as a recurring character in the WWE narrative. He had been involved in a number of memorable storylines. This included feuds against his father and younger sister.
He withdrew from the WWE in 2009 only to return seven years later. He had a plotline in which he competed at various events to gain control over “Raw.” He has a renowned name on the ring, and it has been revealed that Shane McMahon earns an annual salary of $955,175 as a performer.
In February 2022, Shane had been discreetly “let go” from his WWE duties by his father. As a result, for the next few months, he will not be engaging in WrestleMania and Elimination Chamber.
This is due to the latest turmoil he caused on Royal Rumble. In what was said to be an unruly event, several parts of the men’s match were altered because of Shane.
Shane married Marissa Mazzola back in 1996. Rogan Henry, Declan James, and Kenyon “Kenny” Jess are the couple’s children. They sometimes participate in wrestling events when their dad is in the fight.
Shane McMahon owns a home and multiple luxury cars in New York City. He also owns a portion of the Indian Larry Motorcycle Shop, situated in Brooklyn.