Facts of Shane Mcmahon
|Full Name||Shane Mcmahon|
|Birth Name||Shane Brandon McMahon|
|Birth City||Gaithersburg, Maryland|
|Father Name||Vince McMahon|
|Mother Name||Linda McMahon|
|No Of Children||3|
|Date of Birth||15,1970|
|Married Date||September 14,1996|
Shane McMahon is best known as a professional wrestler and for being the son of business tycoon and WWE chairman Vince McMahon. He started his professional career back in 1990 and since then has amassed a decent fan following as a pro-wrestler.
He also holds a minority stake in the WWE and played various on-air characters on WWE’s various shows. He primarily a heel character but has turned face multiple times in the past.
How Much Is The Net Worth Of Shane McMahon?
Shane McMahon has a net worth of $35 million as of March 2020. He made this net worth as a pro-wrestler in sports entertainment.
McMahon is also the CEO of Ideanomics, which is a Financial Technology company designed for the modern economy.
As a performer on WWE, Shane earned around $2 million in 2019 alone. He has earned around this amount for a lot of years.
He has also earned around $1.3 million for his work as an executive in the company. In 2017, he earned around $650,000 as performance fees but received a total of $3.2 million in salary.
Shane’s career started when he was just 15 years when he worked at the WWE merchandise warehouse. Then he referred a match as Shane Stevens, essentially kicking off his career as a performer in the WWE.
He refereed the 1988 Royal Rumble match and soon left this job opting for backstage officiating duties.
The star then helped launch the WWF.com website in 1997, after which he started making appearances on-air. As his father started an on-air feud with Stone Cold Steve Austin on which he played a supporting character on the side of his father.
After this, Shane staged a coup against his father and sided with Stone Cold Steve Austin. This was short-lived, however, as he joined The Corporation, the main antagonist of the WWE at the time. He would go on to defeat X-Pac, a member of The Corporation’s rival group in the WWE.
He also starred in a storyline in which he hated his sister’s boyfriend Test. He disapproved of the relationship and stated that it was beneath his family. On-air he tried to make Test’s life a living hell. Then his father feuded with Triple H, starting a whole new storyline of DX vs The Corporation.
Shane was later attacked by Triple H and D-Generation X. He, as a member of the corporation, fought with the then face members such as The Rock.
One of the highlights of his career was his 20-foot jump from the cage in a Hell in a Cell Cage, landing on the floor instead of the Undertaker in Wrestlemania 32 in 2017.
Other Career Ventures
Shane left his executive role in the WWE on January 1, 2010, ending a 20-year long career in the WWE. After this, he became the CEO of China Broadband on August 3, 2010. He also has a company named Ideanomics.
As per reports from Owler, the company has over 48 employees and generates around $44.6 million in annual revenue. The CEO of the company in 2020 is Bruno Wu. Formerly the company was known as Seven Stars Cloud Group.
House And Car
Shane owns a cute but intricately designed house in Charlestown, Rhode Island (RI), US. He has not revealed the exact price of his house to the public however, the average price for a house in the area is around $393,263.
He also drives around in a Bentley Continental GT, whose MSRP is around $202,500.
He is married to Marissa Mazzola as of March 2020, they tied the knot on September 14, 1996. Together, they have 3 kids Declan McMahon, Rogan McMahon, and Kenyon Jesse McMahon.