1. On July 19, 2017, Shane McMahon was involved in a helicopter crash, but was relatively unharmed.
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6. Shane McMahon made himself referee after seeing the poor officiating from guest referee Baron Corbin, which caused a confrontation from Owens.
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9. At the 2006 Royal Rumble, Shane McMahon eliminated Michaels by throwing him over the top rope.
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10. Shane McMahon turned heel in the process for the first time since mid-2001 by again siding with his father to help in the feud with Shawn Michaels.
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14. Shane McMahon got involved in a bitter rivalry with Kane after Kane gave Linda a Tombstone Piledriver because she did not name him the number one contender to the World Heavyweight Championship.
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15. Shane McMahon turned face once more in the summer of 2003 for the first time since early 2001 by getting involved in a feud with Eric Bischoff, who had made improper remarks and gestures to Shane's mother Linda.
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19. Shane McMahon met Blackman in a rematch at SummerSlam, losing the title after falling 50 feet through the stage.
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21. In 1999, Shane 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".
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23. Shane McMahon became a recurring part of his father's on-air feud with Stone Cold Steve Austin.
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24. 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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26. Shane McMahon was born on January 15, 1970, in Gaithersberg Maryland.
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27. On July 12, 2013, Shane McMahon voluntarily stepped down as CEO of YOU On Demand and appointed Weicheng Liu as his successor, while remaining the company's principal executive officer and Vice Chairman of the Board.
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