According to reports from Fightful Select, who contacted those in charge to inquire about the rumor that Shane McMahon is no longer with WWE, Vince’s son is still an employee of the company. Thus, Shane-O Mac can still return to television if Vince Mcmahon needs him, just as happened with the famous Raw Underground, which lasted very little, during the pandemic.
These are the words reported by the site: “Fightful had recently heard that Shane Mcmahon was no longer with the company. However, when we asked WWE reps, we were told he was ‘still a WWE talent and under a deal.’
However, it has also been pointed out that he is rarely in the WWE offices now.” So let’s see if Shane will decide to come back sooner or later.
New details on Shane McMahon
In April, the staggering figures emerged that WWE Chairman Shane McMahon’s son would earn from his on-screen work with the family company, with Vince’s eldest son now just a fighter, not holding any role.
important executive backstage. Thanks to the Wrestlenomics site, which wanted to bring online the tax return received by some of its performers by WWE, we also learned of the exact salary he would have received from Shane in 2020: “In 2020, Shane McMahon was deemed a real performer by the company, for which he received a guaranteed minimum for his performances, with royalties and taxes attached, reaching approximately the figure of $ 820’396.”
For all that he then managed to give in the ring, Kurt Angle admires him a lot: “I’m surprised he’s not in a wheelchair […] Some of the things he does border on the edge of madness, it’s unbelievable. He is not afraid when it comes to putting his health on the line for the success of a single match.”
Shane McMahon first appeared in WWE as a regular on-screen act during the buildup to WrestleMania 14 in 1998. He portrayed the role of one of several WWE executives who were inking a deal with Mike Tyson for an appearance at The Show of Shows.
McMahon went on to become a mainstay on WWE TV, and he had a remarkable first few years in this role. His WrestleMania 17 Street Fight against his father Vince McMahon was praised by many fans at the time. Shane later became a hated heel when he went toe-to-toe with Vince during the “WWE vs. The Alliance” angle.