WWE Shane McMahon’s Net worth, Age, Wife, Kids, Height and Sister

How much is WWE Shane McMahon’s net worth? He has an estimated net worth of US$104 million. He owns about 2.5 million equity shares of WWE’s common stock which valuation often fluctuates in the stock market. In addition to being a professional wrestler, he is also a successful businessman. He is also known for serving Ideanomics, formerly Seven Stars Cloud Group as its vice-chairman. Being a member of the McMahon family, he is the fourth generation wrestling promoter. He is also a partner at the Indian Larry Motorcycle Shop in Brooklyn.

How much does Shane McMahon make a year?

It is reported that Shane McMahon receives US$1.8 million per year for his work at WWE. The figure is less than the amount earned by his sister. Shane makes a good financial fortune from his business ventures.

How old is Shane McMahon?

He was born as Shane Brandon McMahon on January 15, 1970. This makes Shane’s age be 51 years old as of 2021. Considering his birthday, Shane’s zodiac sign is Capricorn. His birthplace is Gaithersburg, Maryland, U.S.

Who are Shane McMahon’s parents?

If you’re an avid WWE fan, you must know about Shane’s father. He is none other than WWE’s chairman/ CEO Vince McMahon. His mother’s name is Linda McMahon (née Edwards). Linda is a former professional wrestling executive who is most popular as the 25th Administrator of the Small Business Administration. Regarding his grandparents, he is the grandson of Vince McMahon Sr. (grandfather) and Victoria Askew (grandmother).


Shane McMahon with his sister

Are Shane and Stephanie Siblings?

Yes, they are siblings. Stephanie McMahon is his younger sister who was born on September 24, 1976. Both of them have strong influence from their father who is an established figure in the world’s entertainment business.

Who are his trainers?

Shane has been trained by popular wrestlers like Tom Prichard, Al Snow, Sgt. Slaughter, Phil Nurse and Randy Savage. He made his debut in the industry in 1988.

Shane McMahon’s height and weight

WWE star Shane McMahon stands at a tall height of 6 feet and 2 inches or 188 cm. His billed weight is 104 kilograms or 230 lbs. He is known for taking high risk in the wrestling ring and has been seen performing dangerous moves. Being a professional wrestler, Shane ensures his fitness level by following healthy lifestyles. It is hard to believe that he has already crossed his age of 50.

Is Shane married?

Shane is married to Marissa Mazzola who is better known for being a film producer, television host and former public relations agent. The beautiful pair celebrated their wedding on September 14, 1996. They are now parents to three sons who have frequently made their appearance in WWE’s crowd. The sons also appeared at WrestleMania 32 in Shane’s match against The Undertaker.


Shane McMahon Picture


Social Networking Sites

He is active on multiple social networking sites like Instagram @shanemcmahonwwe where he has amassed more than 1.3 million followers. He is also active on Twitter @shanemcmahon with over 650k followers.


In his early years, he worked as a referee being named Shane Stevens. He contributed the inaugural 1988 Royal Rumble match as a referee and later took the role of a backstage official at WrestleMania VIII. He worked behind the scene and played a crucial role in launching WWF.com in 1997.

In early 1998, he appeared regularly as an on-air character and was one of the WWF executives. He appeared regularly when his father was having an on-air feud with Stone Cold Steve Austin. He moved away from the commentary role on Heat in February 1999.

He was seen having a feud with his father because of the elder McMahon’s (kayfabe) affair with Trish Stratus in 2001. The match between father and son at WrestleMania X-Seven was very interesting which drew attention from the huge public. He was able to defeat his father in a Street Fight.

Later, he was seen in the Last Man Standing match against Big Show appearing in his theme song ‘Her Comes The Money.’ He was able to have victory after performing the Leap of Faith.

On WWE, he had a feud with many wrestlers including Kane, Bobby Lashley, Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Randy Orton, Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, AJ Styles, The Undertaker and so on.


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