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Shane McMahon Net Worth 2022

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Shane McMahon net worth 2022, career, wife, age, sister. Shane Brandon McMahon is an American professional wrestler and businessman. He is best known for his tenure in WWE, where he is a wrestler, producer and minority owner. He is the founder and executive vice-chairman of Ideanomics, formerly Seven Stars Cloud Group.

Shane McMahon Net Worth 2022

Shane McMahon Net Worth 2022$120 million
Date of birthJanuary 15, 1970
Occupationprofessional wrestler and businessman
NationalityAmerican

Shane McMahon Net Worth 2022

As of 2022, Shane McMahon net worth is valued at $120 million

Biography of Shane McMahon

Shane Brandon McMahon was born on January 15, 1970 in Gaithersburg, Maryland to Vince and Linda McMahon. He has one younger sister, Stephanie McMahon. After graduating from Greenwich High School in 1987, he attended Boston University and in 1993 earned a degree in communications

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McMahon began his on-screen career as a referee named Shane Stevens. As Shane Stevens, McMahon refereed during the inaugural 1988 Royal Rumble match, and in 1990 he was the first performer to walk out to greet the audience at WrestleMania VI.

McMahon soon left behind his refereeing duties and took on the role of a backstage official at WrestleMania VIII in an attempt to break up a storyline brawl between Randy Savage and Ric Flair. McMahon would then mainly work behind the scenes, launching WWF.com in 1997.

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Shane McMahon made his first appearances as a regular on-air character in early 1998, when he was one of the main WWF executives negotiating with Mike Tyson during Tyson’s heavily-hyped involvement in WrestleMania. 

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 He became a recurring part of his father’s on-air feud with Stone Cold Steve Austin. In the early days of that angle, McMahon offered support for his father in cameo roles, but he did not become an enforcer like Gerald Brisco and Pat Patterson. 

In February 1999, McMahon moved away from the commentary role on Heat and became a key component in the Corporation angle, winning the European Championship from X-Pac

After WrestleMania, Vince briefly made his second face run and Shane took control of the Corporation. With wrestlers such as Triple H in this new faction, Shane feuded with his father and a new faction made up of former Corporation members, The Union. 

Austin then met Shane and Vince in a ladder match at the King of the Ring for ownership of the WWF, as in the storyline, Austin had 50%, which was assigned to him by Linda and Stephanie McMahon, upset by Vince and Shane’s complicity in the storyline kidnapping of Stephanie by the Corporate Ministry, while Vince and Shane each had 25%.

Shane and Vince won the match when a mystery associate raised the briefcase out of Austin’s reach when he climbed the ladder, allowing Vince and Shane to grab the case and regain 100% ownership of the WWF.

 In 1999, McMahon was awarded the Pro Wrestling Illustrated Rookie of the Year award but he declined to accept it stating “These are for the boys, not me”.

Outside of his WWE business ventures, McMahon founded a financial technology company called China Broadband Inc, on October 19, 2004 On August 3, 2010, McMahon became the CEO of China Broadband Inc., a provider of cable broadband services, as well as other digital and analog related services, in Shandong province of China. The company is based in Boulder County, Colorado.

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 Also in 2010, McMahon became the CEO of You On Demand, the first video-on-demand and pay-per-view service in China. In July 2013, McMahon stepped down as CEO of You On Demand.

 McMahon remains Executive Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of the company, which has undergone several name changes since that time, including Wecast Holdings Inc., Seven Stars Cloud Group, Inc., and ultimately, Ideanomics. The company is headquartered in New York City.

As of April 2011, McMahon sits on the Board of Directors for International Sports Management representing talent such as Ernie Els and previously Rory McIlroy.

McMahon is also a part owner of the Indian Larry Motorcycle Shop in Brooklyn, NY.

Shane McMahon Net Worth 2022

As of 2022, Shane McMahon net worth is valued at $120 million. McMahon is married to Marissa Mazzola. They have three sons. His sons appeared at WrestleMania 32, accompanying him to the ring in his match against The Undertaker; they have also been seen in the crowd for some of his more recent matches.

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