Shane McMahon

Shane McMahon Height, Weight, Age, Body Measurments & Family

Shane McMahon

Shane McMahon Height, Weight, Age,

Shane McMahon Biography

Real Name: Shane Brandon McMahon

Nick Name: The “King of Sting” Shane-O Mac, The Giantkiller, The Boy Wonder Simba Shane O

Profession: Actor, Professional Wrestler, Referee, Businessman

 Physical States & more

 Billed height: 6 ft 2 in

 Billed weight: 104 kg (or) 230 lb

 Shane McMahon Personal Life

Date of Birth: January 15, 1970

Age: 47

BirthPlace: Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States.

College: Roger Williams University

Father: Vince McMahon
Mother: Linda McMahon
Sister: Stephanie McMahon
Spouse: Marissa Mazzola-McMahon
Sons: Rogan McMahon (20 January 2010), Declan James McMahon (13 February 2004), Kenyon Jesse McMahon (22 March 2006).

Wedding date: 14 September 1996

Net Worth: $35 Million

Everything you need to Know about Stephanie McMahon

McMahon is a fourth generation wrestling promoter as a member of the McMahon family.He began working in WWE at age 15.

McMahon was also an Actor, Professional Wrestler, Referee, Businessman and eventually a wrestler on-screen. He is also a WWE’s Executive Vice President of Global Media behind the scenes.

As a wrestler, he has wrestled in the main event of multiple WWE pay per views and won the European Championship once and the Hardcore Championship once.

He later became CEO of entertainment service company YOU On Demand in late 2010.


McMahon and WWE Canada President Carl DeMarco traveled to South America to finalize a major TV deal in Brazil, which allowed their television station to air WWE Raw and SmackDown lIVE.

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

He finalized another major TV deal, which allowed WWE programming to air on Mexico’s two biggest television networks, Raw on Televisa and SmackDown on TV Azteca.

Shane McMahon had signed a deal to become the new CEO of China Broadband, a provider of cable broadband services.

McMahon also sits on the Board of Directors for International Sports Management representing talents such as Ernie Els and Rory McIlroy.

He was also seen shaking the hand of new Open champion Darren Clarke as he left the 18th green at Royal St George on July 17, 2011.

McMahon became the CEO of You On Demand, the first Pay-Per-View service in China. He also stepped down as CEO but remains Vice Chairman of the Board of You On Demand.

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