After being one of the great (and few) returns at the Royal Rumble recently held in St. Louis, entering the last fighters, as reported in different media and with the approval of Dave Melzer, Vince’s son, McMahom , Shane McMahom, would no longer be part of the largest wrestling company in the world, WWE. His passing through the company in this 2022 would remain only in that surprise appearance in a Royal Rumble that Brook Lesnar would win a posteriori after previously, that same night, losing the WWE title after the intervention of Roman Reings in his fight against Bobby Lashley .
This wouldn’t be the first time Shane has left the company. He already started the 2010s for a later return as a part-time fighter and later as GM of SmackDown with Paige. In short, comings and goings by Vince’s son, who had plans for this Wrestlemania.
The plans that were published were that he was going to face Seth Rollins in the biggest event of the year. A fight that for sure, and despite the fact that it was very likely not going to have a title at stake, would have been one of the best fights of the night due to Seth’s in-ring skills, Shane’s in-ring madness and the good microphone of both that would have built, with a little creative help, a great rivalry this year.
In this way, we will see what Rollins’ plans are, one of the most important fighters in the company who after losing in Royal Rumble against Roman Reigns for the Universal title, his path to the great event is uncertain. There is the possibility that he will have a rivalry against Kevin Owens, since right now they seem very friendly and a good rivalry could be built between the two after passing through the Elimination Chamber