Shane McMahon

Biography:
Career Highlights: Purchasing WCW, European Champion, in one of the Top 5 matches of 1999 with Test (official - more below), and the Hardcore Champion.
Pay-Per-View Appearances • Wrestlemania XV: Shane made his pay-per-view debut and Wrestlemania debut retaining his WWE European Championship against X-Pac. • No Mercy (1999): Only in the UK, Shane again beat X-Pac for the European Championship. • King of the Ring: The biggest stipulation in a match ever, which was duplicated in 2001 (Survivor Series) and the Vince McMahon vs. Ric Flair match. Shane McMahon and his father, Vince McMahon vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin for ownership of the WWE in a ladder match. Well this is Shane's third pay-per-view, and he does continue his pay-per-view winning streak. He and Vinny Mac beat Stone Cold Steve Austin for the ownership of WWE. If any other superstar, next to Shane, was in this match, they would have lost. Stone Cold would have had complete ownership of WWE and the WWE

Career Highlights: Purchasing WCW, European Champion, in one of the Top 5 matches of 1999 with Test (official - more below), and the Hardcore Champion.

Pay-Per-View Appearances

• Wrestlemania XV: Shane made his pay-per-view debut and Wrestlemania debut retaining his WWE European Championship against X-Pac.

• No Mercy (1999): Only in the UK, Shane again beat X-Pac for the European Championship.

• King of the Ring: The biggest stipulation in a match ever, which was duplicated in 2001 (Survivor Series) and the Vince McMahon vs. Ric Flair match. Shane McMahon and his father, Vince McMahon vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin for ownership of the WWE in a ladder match. Well this is Shane's third pay-per-view, and he does continue his pay-per-view winning streak. He and Vinny Mac beat Stone Cold Steve Austin for the ownership of WWE. If any other superstar, next to Shane, was in this match, they would have lost. Stone Cold would have had complete ownership of WWE and the WWE wouldn't have made it long enough to change their name to WWE.

• Fully Loaded (1999): During the WWE title match, Shane McMahon interfered.

• Summer Slam (1999): Lets just skip this one. Ok, fine. Shane did have a match. Shane McMahon vs. Test "Love Her or Leave Her" match. If our Champ Shane won, Test couldn't date Stephanie McMahon and if Test won he gets the right to date Stephanie. This was one of WWE's official top five matches of 1999 (is in their "Most Memorble Matches of 1999.") This was the first time, at a pay-per-view (maybe Raw and Smackdown), Shane did his famous elbow drop onto Test on the announcer's table. One of Shane's greatest matches, yet he lost. This was also one of The McMahon Family's worst moments.

• Rebellion (1999): Exclusive UK pay-per-view, Shane O-Mac interfered in the World Title Match which was The Rock vs. Triple H.

• Wrestle Mania (2000): The main event match, titled "A McMahon in Every Corner." Big Show with Shane McMahon vs. The Rock with Vince McMahon vs. Cactus Jack with Linda McMahon vs. Triple H with Stephanie McMahon (one of the women's greatest, WWE Womens Champion matches ever - She was currently women's champion). This leads to the Big Show/Shane feud in the future. Triple H won this one, but Shane still has only lost one pay-per-view match.

• Insurrextion (2000): Shane's first WWE Title match! In this UK exclusive pay-per-view, The Rock wins and Shane loses. The US hasnt seen this, so in the US, Shane has lost once at a pay-per-view.

• Judgment Day (2000): The only good Iron Man match ever! Shane wasn't involved in it, but I had to give it props. Undertaker (new version) returned during this match. Shane was at this pay-per view though, he official stopped managing The Big Show here.
• King of the Ring (2000): Shane was in a Six-Man Tag Team Match For The WWE Title. Undertaker, Kane, and The Rock vs. Triple H, Vince McMahon, and Shane McMahon. Undertaker, early in the match, chokeslammed Shane into the announcers table off of the ring. Then, to win the match, The Rock pinned Vince McMahon and won/retained the title. Well, this doesn't break Shanes one loss streak, Shane has only lost one match via pin.

• Summerslam (2000): Steve Blackman had been the Hard Core Champion for 6 months. This changed a week before Summerslam, Shane beat Steve. Shane's only Hardcore title reign begun. It looked like a new WWE saga was happening. The WWE's Chairman's son, a hardcore champion? Steve Blackman makes his title rematch at SummerSlam. Well, Shane wasn't born on a silver spoon, but neither was Blackman. Steve used several weapons in his match including his famous numbchucks. Shane lost. Well, now I have to change his streak again. Now, Shane's pay-per-view streak is now that Shane has only lost one normal via pin match.

• Wrestlemania XVII: Father vs. Son match, guest referee - Mick Foley. Vinny Mac (Vince McMahon) vs. Shane McMahon. Shane won. Shane, for the first time ever used his coast to coast move. Coast to coast is jumping across from on pole to another pole with a kick on your opponment. This time though, Shane had a trash can on Vince. Shane later did this in a match against Test, but he messed it up and broke Test's foot. Shane did his coast to coast move after Vince almost killed him. Vince held a trash can and was about to bash it onto Shane's head, but Linda McMahon came out of a coma and stood up and kicked Vince where the "sun don't shine." Shane won. Shane's Wrestlemania record 2-0, sounds like he will be the next Undertaker.

• Backlash (2001): Shane finally met The Big Show at a pay-per-view. Last Man Standing Match, Shane vs. The Big Show. Shane won. A week before this, Shane McMahon chokeslammed The Big Show with the help of nine other wrestlers.

• King of the Ring (2001): Shane McMahon vs. Kurt Angle, Street Fight Match. I think one of the wrestlers broke the other wrestler's ribs. Well I loved this match, as many others did, including Zarius at TV Tome's Pay-Per-View. Kurt Angle won this match. It was a great match and I give my props out to Shane, but still Shane has only lost one normal via pin match.

• Invasion (2001): Shane didn't have a match, but every match had a WCW Superstar in it and Shane had purchased WCW, so Shane did a lot backstage at this event.

• Summer Slam (2001): Shane did WCW work backstage.

• Unforgiven (2001): The Rock vs. Shane McMahon and Booker T for the WCW World Title. The Rock won.
• No Mercy (2001): Shane did WCW work backstage.

• Survivor Series (2001): Winner Take All Survivor Series Match. Team Alliance with Shane vs. Team WWE. Shane's team lost. Shane lost WCW. Saddest moment in Shane McMahon's career.

• Summerslam (2003): No DQ Falls Count Anywhere Match Shane McMahon vs. Eric B. Shane won.

• Survivor Series (2003): Ambulance Match Kane vs. Shane McMahon. To win, you have to TKO your opponement and put him in the ambulance. Kane won.

• Taboo Tuesday (2004): Shane McMahon was at WWE's Raw Pay-Per-View, Taboo Tuesday. After the show, Vince McMahon thanked Pat Patterson for all his WWE work, since he in retiring. Pat goes to leave, but Vince says he must sing some song. Then Pat Patterson sings it and while he sings it, Stephanie McMahon and Shane McMahon come out and dance to it.

Smackdown Match History

September 2, 1999 (Worcester, MA)
WWE Tag Title Match Mankind and The Rock (champions) vs. Shane McMahon and HHH Winners: Mankind and The Rock September 16, 1999 (Las Vegas, NV) Shane McMahon vs. Joey Abs Winner: Shane McMahon November 4, 1999 (Philadelphia, PA) Survivor Series Match DX (HHH, X-Pac, New Age Outlaws) vs. Shane, Kane, Rock, Stone Cold Winners: D-Generation X November 11, 1999 (Baltimore, MD) Survivor Series Match Shane,Test,Kane,Rock vs. D-Generation X Winners: Shane,Test,Kane,Rock November 25, 1999 (Rochester, NY) Triple H and X-Pac vs. Shane McMahon and Test May 18, 2000 (Detroit, MI) Gauntlet Match Shane McMahon vs. Big Show (after Big Show beat 6 wrestlers) Winner: Shane McMahon May 25, 2000 (Evansville, IN) Shane McMahon vs. Undertaker Winner: Shane McMahon July 12, 2001 (Birmingham, AL) Kurt Angle and Undertaker vs. DDP and Shane McMahon Winners: Kurt Angle and Undertaker (via DQ) Note: This was Shane's last Smackdown match, will be updated when he is in another.
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