In recent days there has been a lot of talk about the situation that arose backstage at the Royal Rumble, when Vince McMahon's eldest son, Shane McMahon, sent several members of the creative team into a rage, deciding for himself what was to be sent on stage in the real male brawl, with his name that was to be one of the last to remain on stage, with the Chairman's son who wanted to be the absolute protagonist of the dispute, although the company and the father himself never had big plans for him in view of Wrestlemania.
After several heated arguments, the federation patron himself thought about kicking his son out of the backstage, putting his hand back on the booking of the main dispute of the Big Four in January, with Shane who could not help but take note, leaving the creative team.
As we have seen, in the end, Shane still had a very good positioning at Rumble, but he did not do everything he wanted initially, with one side of the contention of the Chairman's son, which was, in fact, to enter with the number 1, to then remain in the ring for a long time, as happened in the past with several athletes, who then turned out to be the absolute protagonists of their respective Rumble.
New details on Shane McMahon
Immediately after he was sent home, news broke online that he wanted the WWE Chairman to have literally barred his son from plans for Wrestlemania, with a definitive removal of Shane McMahon, who sounded so much like a real firing.
In the last few hours, however, a new photo seems to have emerged online that's suggesting the opposite, with Marco Masotti, the owner of the Sharks, South African rugby team, who met Shane McMahon during the night of Monday Night Raw.
In the caption of the photo in company with Shane McMahon, Masotti thanked Shane McMahon and Doug Cifu, co-owner of the Florida Panthers for the meeting that took place on Monday, keeping to clarify that there is an agreement between the WWE and the world of rugby.
In this case, the presence of Shane McMahon was instrumental in making WWE Universe fans understand how the paths of Shane and the company have not completely separated. Apparently, the rumored match between Seth Rollins and Shane McMahon has therefore not been canceled to give way to someone else, but probably the WWE management could now find another opponent for the Chairman's son, not excluding him entirely from the Showcase. of the Immortals.