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Shane Brandon McMahon was born 15 January 1970, in Gaithersburg, Maryland USA. He is a former referee, wrestler and executive of World Wrestling Entertainment. Among his greatest achievements as a wrestler are being a one-time Hardcore Champion and a one-time European Champion. Currently, he is the executive officer and chairman of You On Demand Holdings Inc. He was named one of the 50 Most Powerful Men Under 42 by Detail magazine in 2006. All the above mentioned careers have added financially to the overall size of Shane McMahon’s net worth.

How much has Shane McMahon accumulated in his net worth? Reportedly, his wealth stands at $35 million, with his assets including a $3.9 million-valued high rise penthouse in Light Street, New York, and other luxury properties, cars etc.

Shane Mcmahon Net Worth $35 Million

To begin with, Shane was born to very wealthy parents Vince McMahon, the CEO and chairman of WWE, and Linda McMahon a candidate for the US Senate. His sister also is a successful businesswoman, Stephanie McMahon Levesque. As a child from the WWE dynasty, Shane McMahon added huge sums to his net worth working with WWE. Unusually, initially he was the referee known as Shane Stevens (1989–1998), then switching to being a wrestler.

Being an ambitious and uncompromising personality Shane lived in discord with his father so, again unusually, a disagreement because of WrestleMania X-Seven led them to meet each other in the ring, as Shane was eager to purchase WCW himself, which his father also showed an interest in buying. Consequently, the son defeated the father by performing the Leap of Faith. When the father could not answer the ten count, Shane was able to get what he wanted. That fight is known as one of the most scandalous in the ring of WWE.

Because of the family relations and his strong character Shane was nicknamed Simba, Boy Wonder, The Prodigal Son, The Demon Seed, Shane –O Mac on the ring. As well as beating his father, Shane managed to achieve such victories as winning the European Championship and Hardcore Championship. He was named Rookie of the Year by Pro Wrestling Illustrated in 1999, and then Shane served as executive vice president of WWE Global Media and was responsible for publishing and promoting consumer products, digital media, live event bookings and international TV distribution from 2003 to 2010. Thus, Shane McMahon was accumulating his net worth as a wrester and executive of WWE until 2010. However, Shane McMahon was so ambitious that decided to leave the family business and become independent.

Shane became the CEO of China Broadband Inc. in 2010, and he is also a member of the Board of Directors for International Sports Management. Currently, he is the CEO and chairman of You On Demand Holdings Inc. Those positions have also added significant sums to the net worth of Shane McMahon.

Finally, in the personal life of Shane, he has been married to his wife, the film producer and television host Marissa Mazzola, since 1996. The family has three children, and resides in New York City.


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Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Rollerball 2002 American Media Mogul
WWF Raw 1995-1998 TV Series Stone Cold Steve Austin / Creature of the Night
Royal Rumble 1990 Video Shane Stevens

Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
WCW Monday Nitro 2001 TV Series head writer - 1 episode

Make Up Department

Make Up Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Road Lawyers and Other Briefs 1990 additional make-up

Thanks

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Beyond the Mat 1999 Documentary special thanks

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
WWE '13 2012 Video Game Himself (voice)
Closing Bell 2012 TV Series Himself
WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 2010 2009 Video Game Himself (voice)
WWE Live in the UK: April 2009 2009 Video Himself
WWF Raw 1998-2009 TV Series Himself
WWE Backlash 2009 TV Special Himself
WWE Smackdown! 1999-2009 TV Series Himself
WWE Superstars 2009 TV Series Himself
The 25th Anniversary of WrestleMania 2009 TV Special Himself
WWE Hall of Fame 2009 2009 TV Special Himself
WWE No Way Out 2009 TV Special Himself
Creating 'WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 2009' 2008 Video documentary short Himself
WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 2009 2008 Video Game Himself (voice)
WWE No Way Out 2008 TV Special Himself
Survivor Series 2007 TV Special Himself
WWE Draft Special 2007 TV Special Himself
The Most Powerful Families in Wrestling 2007 Video Himself
WWE Judgment Day 2007 TV Special Himself
E.C.W. 2007 TV Series Himself
WWE Backlash 2007 TV Special Himself
WrestleMania 23 2007 TV Special Himself
WWE Hall of Fame 2007 2007 TV Special Himself
WWE One Night Stand 2007 TV Special Himself
The Shawn Michaels Story: Heartbreak and Triumph 2007 Video Himself
Hulk Hogan: The Ultimate Anthology 2006 Video Himself
WWE Unforgiven 2006 TV Special Himself
Summerslam 2006 TV Special Himself
WWE: McMahon 2006 Video Himself
WWE Judgment Day 2006 TV Special Himself
WWE Backlash 2006 TV Special Himself
WrestleMania 22 2006 TV Special Himself
WWE Hall of Fame 2006 2006 TV Special Himself
WWE Saturday Night's Main Event 2006 TV Series Himself
WWE Royal Rumble 2006 TV Special Himself
WWE New Year's Revolution 2006 TV Special Himself
WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 2007 2006 Video Game Himself (voice)
WWE Armageddon 2005 TV Special Himself
WWE A.M. Raw 2005 TV Series Himself (2005-)
WWE Homecoming 2005 Himself
Hogan Knows Best 2005 TV Series Himself
WrestleMania 21 2005 TV Special Himself
WWE Hall of Fame 2005 2005 Video documentary Himself
WWE Hall of Fame 2004 2004 TV Special Himself
WrestleMania XX 2004 TV Special Himself
Survivor Series 2003 TV Special Himself
WWE Unforgiven 2003 TV Special Himself
Summerslam 2003 TV Special Himself
WrestleMania XIX 2003 TV Special Himself
WWE WrestleMania X-8 2002 Video Game Himself
Survivor Series 2001 TV Special Himself
WWF Rebellion 2001 TV Special Himself
WWF No Mercy 2001 TV Special Himself
WWF Unforgiven 2001 TV Special Himself
WWF Excess 2001 TV Series Himself
Invasion 2001 TV Movie Himself
King of the Ring 2001 TV Special Himself
WWF Insurrextion 2001 TV Special Himself
WrestleMania X-Seven 2001 TV Special Himself
WCW Monday Nitro 2001 TV Series Himself
WWF Unforgiven 2000 TV Special Himself
Summerslam 2000 TV Special Himself
WWE Sunday Night Heat 1998-2000 TV Series Himself
Fully Loaded 2000 TV Movie Himself
King of the Ring 2000 TV Special Himself
WWF Judgment Day 2000 TV Special Himself
WWF Insurrextion 2000 TV Special Himself
WWF Backlash 2000 TV Special Himself
WrestleMania 2000 2000 TV Special Himself
No Way Out 2000 TV Movie Himself
Survivor Series 1999 TV Special Himself
Beyond the Mat 1999 Documentary Himself (uncredited)
WWF Rebellion 1999 TV Special Himself
Summerslam 1999 TV Special Himself
Fully Loaded 1999 TV Movie Himself
King of the Ring 1999 TV Special Himself
WWF Over the Edge 1999 TV Special Himself
WWF No Mercy 1999/I TV Special Himself
WWF Backlash 1999 TV Special Himself
WWF Attitude 1999 Video Game Himself (voice)
WrestleMania XV 1999 TV Special Himself
WWF St. Valentine's Day Massacre 1999 TV Special Himself
WWF Royal Rumble: No Chance in Hell 1999 TV Special Himself
WWF Capital Carnage 1998 TV Special Himself
Hitman Hart: Wrestling with Shadows 1998 TV Movie documentary Himself (uncredited)
WWF Rock Bottom: In Your House 1998 TV Special Himself
Survivor Series 1998 TV Special Himself
Royal Rumble 1998 TV Special Shane McMahon
WWF Hall of Fame 1996 TV Special Himself
WWF Hall of Fame 1994 TV Special Himself
WrestleMania VIII 1992 TV Special Himself
Royal Rumble 1991 Video Himself - Ringside Referee
Survivor Series 1990 TV Special Shane McMahon - Ringside Referee
Survivor Series 1989 TV Special Shane McMahon - Ringside Referee

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Monday Night War: WWE vs. WCW 2014 TV Series documentary Himself
WWE Batista: The Animal Unleashed 2014 Video Himself
Best of Raw After the Show 2014 Himself
Shawn Michaels: Mr Wrestlemania 2014 Video documentary Himself
The History of WWE: 50 Years of Sports Entertainment 2013 Video documentary Himself
WWE for All Mankind: Life & Career of Mick Foley 2013 Video Himself
The Top 100 Moments in Raw History 2012 Video Himself
Attitude Era 2012 Video Himself
WWE: Falls Count Anywhere: The Greatest Street Fights and Other Out of Control Matches 2012 Video Himself
Stone Cold Steve Austin: The Bottom Line on the Most Popular Superstar of All Time 2011 Video Himself
Shawn Michaels vs. Bret Hart 2011 Video Himself
WWE the Ladder Match 2: Crash & Burn 2011 Video Himself
WWE: OMG! - The Top 50 Incidents in WWE History 2011 Video Himself
The True Story of WrestleMania 2011 Video Himself
WWE: Top 50 Superstars of All Time 2010 Video Himself
WWF Raw 2006-2010 TV Series Himself
Ricky Steamboat: The Life Story of the Dragon 2010 Video Himself
WWE: Shawn Michaels - My Journey 2010 Video Himself
WWE: The Rise and Fall of WCW 2009 Video Himself
WWE Summerslam: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 3 2009 Himself
WWE: Macho Madness - The Randy Savage Ultimate Collection 2009 Video Himself
The WWE: The Best of Saturday Night's Main Event 2009 Video Himself
WWE: Hell in a Cell 2008 Video Himself
WWE: Hell in a Cell - The Greatest Hell in a Cell Matches of All Time 2008 Video Himself
WWE Summerslam: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 4 2008 Himself
The Rock: The Most Electrifying Man in Sports Entertainment 2008 Video Himself
Triple H: King of Kings 2008 Video Himself
WWE: Royal Rumble - The Complete Anthology, Vol. 1 2007 Video Himself
WWE Smackdown! 2006-2007 TV Series Himself
WWE: The New & Improved DX 2007 Video Himself
E.C.W. 2006 TV Series Himself
The Worlds Greatest Wrestling Managers 2006 Video Himself
The Bret Hart Story: The Best There Is, the Best There Was, the Best There Ever Will Be 2005 Video documentary Himself
WWE WrestleMania: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 2 2005 Video Himself
WWE WrestleMania: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 4 2005 Video Himself
WWE Vengeance 2005 TV Special Himself
The Rise & Fall of ECW 2004 Video documentary Himself
Hard Knocks: The Chris Benoit Story 2004 Video documentary Himself
WWE: The Stone Cold Truth 2004 Video Himself
Mick Foley's Greatest Hits & Misses: A Life in Wrestling 2004 Video Himself
The Ultimate Ric Flair Collection 2003 Video Himself
WWE No Mercy 2003 TV Special Himself
WWE: Brock Lesnar: Here Comes the Pain 2003 Video Himself
WWE: Raw Tenth Anniversary 2003 Video Himself
WWE Triple H: The Game 2002 Video Himself
WWE: Austin vs. McMahon - The Whole True Story 2002 Video Himself
WWE: Undertaker - This Is My Yard 2001 Video Himself
WWF: Hardcore 2001 Video Himself
The Rock - The People's Champ 2000 Video Himself
Biography 1999 TV Series documentary Himself

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#Fact
1 August 2003, back on WWE RAW. In a storyline with Kane. [August 2003]
2 He has resigned from the WWE effective January 1st 2010 [October 2009]
3 Lost the "Ambulance Match" to Kane and has now left RAW. [January 2004]
4 Made a return to WWE programming when he eliminated Shawn Michaels from The Royal Rumble and then hit him with a chair the following night on Raw. [January 2006]
5 Is now in charge of the Magazine/New Media department after Barry Werner was fired. [February 2005]
6 Lost the "Ambulance Match" to Kane at Survivor Series 2003 in November and has now left RAW. [November 2003]
7 His wife, Marissa McMahon, gave birth to their third son in either 2009 or 2010.
8 Became an uncle on July 24, 2006 when his sister Stephanie gave birth to her daughter Aurora Rose Levesque.
9 Claims that his wife, Marissa McMahon, is the only girlfriend he ever had.
10 At WWE Backlash 2001, he performed a near 50 foot elbow drop off the TitanTron during his Last Man Standing Match against Big Show
11 He and his father Vince are good friends backstage even though they physically and verbally fight each other in the ring and on camera.
12 Has two sons: Declan James (born February 13, 2004) and Kenyon Jesse (born March 26, 2006).
13 Great-grandson of boxing promoter Jess McMahon
14 He and his wife, Marissa McMahon, lived next door to each other for years.
15 Is a former play-by-play announcer.
16 Went to Greenwich High School in Greenwich, Connecticut
17 Has been known, during the rare occasions when he has a match in the WWE, to have done some of the most impressive physical feats in the sport today. Including a near 50 foot diving elbow drop off of the "Titantron" onto another wrestler.
18 Won the WWE Hardcore Championship from Steve Blackman by having Edge, Christian, Test, and Albert soften him up first. Blackman won the title back a week later at Summerslam 2000 by throwing Shane off the Titan Tron.
19 In real life, is friends with his on-screen enemies The Rock and The Dudley Boyz.
20 Brother-in-law of Paul Levesque, known in the WWE as Triple H.
21 Grandson of Vincent McMahon.
22 Older brother of Stephanie McMahon.
23 Son of Vince McMahon and Linda McMahon.
24 Is Executive Vice President of Global Media for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).
25 Has a degree in business and communications from Boston University.


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#Trademark
1 Trademark move: The MacDaddy Elbow (Diving Elbow Drop, usually from the TitanTron, e.g. Backlash 2001 and Unforgiven 2003)
2 Trademark move: The Shane-O-Shuffle (Theatrics antics)
3 Trademark move: Punching Combination
4 Trademark move: Bronco Buster
5 Trademark move: The MacFactor (Sit-Down Facebuster)
6 Trademark move: The Leap of Faith (Diving Elbow Drop from the top turnbuckle to the announce table with opponent on top of it)
7 Finishing move: Coast-to-Coast/The MacTerminator (Corner-to-Corner Missile Dropkick, driving a trash can into the face of his opponent)
8 Finishing move: The Leap of Faith (a top rope elbow drop onto an opponent who is laying on one of the announce tables on the outside)
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