Big News About Shane McMahon return to WWE!
In recent months, WWE has undergone numerous changes and numerous news that have gone around the world, changing what had been a consolidated reality for decades, leaving WWE Universe fans amazed. Only in the last few weeks, in fact, we have seen Vince McMahon end up in a huge cyclone due to his alleged extramarital affair with an employee, only to see a big change within the management.
of the WWE, where John Laurinaitis and Vince himself had to take a step back, from the roles they have carried on for years. In the end, John Laurinaitis was sidelined and deposed as director of talent at WWE, while Vince McMahon, on last Friday, decided to permanently retire from the position of Chairman, to enjoy his well-deserved retirement at the threshold of 80.
Shane McMahon hasn’t been on WWE television for a while. According to what was reported in the last few hours, by Wade Keller of PWTorchVip, it seems that the relationship between Stephanie and her older brother Shane McMahon is not exactly the best, with the dispute over who should carry on the family company that seems to be going on for a lifetime, as claimed by the reporter.
Shane McMahon won’t return to the WWE
Between Shane and Stephanie, the relationship at the moment isn’t that great, so it is very plausible that Shane will not return, not in the short term, with the well-known journalist who in fact stated: “I’m told Stephanie has a lot of ideas.
This is a job that she has always dreamed of and supported since she was a teenager, even before her. I have been told several times the story of when years ago, Stephanie, in a dinner with Jerry Jarrett and all the other McMahons, responded to Jerry’s line of, ‘Shane, you know, someday you will carry on the company like your dad is doing’ and Stephanie was much younger than Shane, but she brought out all her Alpha attitude.
He jumped in his chair and said, ‘Uh uh, daddy’s little girl will be the one who will carry on the company someday, not Shane.’ The rivalry started there. The split between the two, I’m told, is still there, plus alive than ever.
And there is no reconciliation or possibility of sharing power in there.” Lance Anoa’i faced Shane McMahon on RAW in late May 2019. “Man, I was nervous at first. I was like, I’m wrestling the boss’ son. Shane [McMahon] is a huge part of the company.
Those kicks man, those forearms, they’re so stiff. But I love it, honestly. I’d rather make it look real.”