The McMahon family is the most popular family of the WWE, and why not! It has given the World Wrestling Entertainment amazing wrestlers like Triple H, Stephanie, Vince, Linda and Shane McMahon.
Shane Mcmahon, who is a part-time wrestler and minority owner of WWE has a lot of hidden secrets which are rarely known to the world. But here we have 7 facts about the You On Demand founder most of us have no clue about.
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When Shane and Stephanie were young kids, WWE was on a rise and that kept Vince and Linda on their toes. Being a responsible elder brother, Shane took care of his sister Stephanie all that time. Even Stephanie calls him a great role model and the best brother in the world.
Though Stephanie McMahon had an average run as the Women's champion, it was Shane who was the first McMahon to win a WWE title. On the February 15th, 1999 episode of Monday Night Raw, he teamed up with Kane to defeat X-Pac and Triple H.
Shane McMahon's wife Marissa Mazzola-McMahon isn't as popular as the rest of the McMahon family. They got married back in 1996 in a private family wedding ceremony. After their marriage, Marissa became a film producer film Anamorph which starred Willem Dafoe. She did though was a backstage interviewer at Raw and Smack Down.
He was awarded Feud of the Year in 2001 after his feud with Vince McMahon after he won the Rookie of the year award in 1999. Also, in the year 1999, he was ranked 245 in the PWI 500.
He debuted back in 1989 at Survivor Series as a referee and worked a one for about two years.
Shane was the head of WWE's digital media department and that's when the idea to start a website solely related to WWE stuff came to his mind.
The King of the Ring match between Shane McMahon and Kurt Angle was memorable for more than one reasons. WWE had planned to keep a sugar glass near the ramp to create an effect when broken. But someone forgot to keep a sugar glass and fixed a plexiglass instead. While constantly trying to break the glass, both the wrestlers started bleeding as the glass wasn't that safe.