Over the course of his wrestling career, Shane McMahon has won the WWF European Championship, WWF Hardcore Championship and SmackDown Tag Team Championship once alongside The Miz. At Crown Jewel, he also won the World Cup (shared with The Miz himself).
During the Monday Night Raw episode on August 3, 2020, Shane made his sensational comeback in front of the cameras, becoming the host of a new program called 'Raw Underground' In this context, the wrestlers faced each other in a series of matches that resembled the style of mixed martial arts.
However, as of September 28, the Raw Underground project has been permanently wrecked. As all fans will know, Vince McMahon's son is best known for his reckless stunts. His flights against The Undertaker at WrestleMania 32 and Kevin Owens at Hell in a Cell 2017 have entered the collective imagination, rivaling Mick Foley's epic leap at King of the Ring 1998.
Jim Ross slams Shane McMahon
On his 'Grilling JR' podcast, former WWE commentator Jim Ross admitted that he never loved Shane McMahon's performances. “While I've never been a huge fan of those stunts, I have to give them tremendous courage.
He was willing to try anything. I don't know if his goal was to receive the appreciation of his father or something like that, but he has risked leaving our skin several times" - revealed JR. Ross continued: “Shane had experience as a stuntman, so he was fit for those breathtaking flights.
I didn't like the fact that he was trying hard to emulate Mick Foley. I did not understand what was the meaning of those stunts of him, since they were something already seen by the public. WWE was just trying to embellish what Mick Foley had done years ago."
After losing to Kevin Owens in Hell in a Cell, Shane took a long break from wrestling to pursue his business activities. Solomon spoke in detail about WWE Hall of Famer Randy Savage and revealed he was someone whose name they couldn't bring up.
Solomon further stated that Shane McMahon was the head of his department for a brief period. He once noticed Savage's poster on the wall and proceeded to destroy it by poking it and stepping on it. “I can tell you it was definitely a name that you can’t bring up.
Among the jobber crew of us working there, you can say whatever you want. Among certain people, you definitely didn’t want to bring that name up," said Brian Solomon.