Shane McMahon is known as a member of wrestling’s first family, but he is much more than that. His life makes him one of the most fascinating people in wrestling history.
We’ll look at some of the most fascinating facts about his life. Outside of WWE, Shane has done a variety of interesting things.
8 Things You Didn’t Know About Shane McMahon
1. Started Working As Referee
Shane McMahon was a referee the first time anyone saw him in WWE. He was given various jobs around the ring when his father “Vince McMohan” ran the company.
2. Launcher Of WWF.com
Shane McMahon was doing a lot of behind-the-scenes work for WWE in 1997, mostly on the business side of things. He was instrumental in launching WWF.com in 1997, introducing the company into the digital age.
3. Winner Of WWE European Title
Shane McMahon defeated X-Pac for the WWE European Championship in his first month as an active wrestler. It was his first title, and he was nearly the last champion.
4. Did survive life-threatening incidents
Shane McMahon has overcome some difficult challenges in recent years. The unforgettable event of a helicopter landing in the ocean, but Shane and others escaping alive. During a trip to the Caribbean, Shane also developed acute diverticulitis and an umbilical hernia.
5. Studied Media And Marketing
Shane McMahon’s upbringing influenced his desire to contribute to the business in a variety of ways. Shane majored in media and marketing while attending Boston University and Roger Williams University.
6. Worked In Construction
Vince refused to give Shane the raise he requested for his various job responsibilities. Shane reacted by leaving the company to work in construction. Despite his privileged upbringing, Shane had a strong work ethic and a desire to succeed.
7. Motorcycle Shop Owner
Shane McMahon’s personal life outside of the ring includes an investment in a Brooklyn motorcycle shop. His other passion besides wrestling is the “Indian Larry Motorcycle Shop”, which he co-owns.
8. CEO Of China Broadband
When he resigned, Shane McMahon wanted to show that he could run a business outside of WWE, and he proved that he was more than capable. McMahon was named CEO of China Broadband Inc., a Chinese cable internet provider, in 2010.