• Shane McMahon Threatened To Kill 2 WWF Veterans
Vince McMahon’s son Shane McMahon first started in the World Wrestling Federation as a referee in 1988 and later became an on-screen character as himself in 1998 during the famous WWF Attitude Era.
He appeared on WWF TV with occasional storylines & matches until 2001 and again in 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, and from 2016 till 2022.
In his matches, Shane was always more of a professional stunt-performer than an actual pro-wrestler, but due to his crazy over-the-top bumps, he never failed to entertain the millions of WWF/WWE fans world wide.
In his recent book ‘There’s Just One Problem…: True Tales from the Former, One-Time, 7th Most Powerful Person in WWE’, former WWF/WWE writer Brian Gewirtz described a backstage situation from 2001, where Vince hired his own daughter, Shane’s sister Stephanie McMahon, to work as a sideline reporter for the XFL Football League and Bruce Prichard (fka Brother Love) & Michael ‘PS’ Hayes had to prepare her for that role.
Here’s what Gerwirtz wrote:
“Before she did her first on camera in the stands, Shane pulled Michael and Bruce aside. ‘I just want you two to know, I love you both like family, but if anyone lays a hand on my sister, I will legitimately kill you’. Just the type of thing you want to hear before leading a famous person into a drunken mob.”
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• ON THIS DAY IN WCW HISTORY (October 17, 1992) – WCW Power Hour
On this day in 1992, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WCW Power Hour’.
This episode featured pre-taped matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WCW Halloween Havoc 1992’ PPV.
The card can be found below:
Shane Douglas vs. Jobber
Steve Williams/Terry Gordy vs. Jobbers
Chono vs. Great Muta (NJPW/WCW Japan Tour)
Van Hammer vs. jobber
Jake Roberts & Barbarian vs. Nikita Koloff & Ron Simmons