Shane McMahon In AEW “So Crazy It Might Work” Says Jim Ross

Shane McMahon

Shane McMahon is part of the dynasty that led WWE since the company was created but it’s now a whole new world in the wrestling business and anything could happen.

Vince McMahon is no longer part of WWE and seems to be in the process of selling off his remaining shares in its parent company TKO. McMahon has been accused of sexual assault in a bombshell lawsuit that has now been put on hold as the US Government launches its own investigation into the disgraced former WWE Chairman.

Triple H is running the show creatively in WWE and his wife Stephanie McMahon has dipped her toe back in the world of wrestling, appearing at WrestleMania 40 and as part of the WWE Draft. But what about Shane McMahon?

Speaking on his Grilling JR podcast, Jim Ross was asked if he could envision a world that would see Shane McMahon turn up in AEW, and for Ross it’s so crazy it might just work:

It’s so crazy it might work depending on how it was positioned and introduced. Shane called me the other day, he’s called me two or three times which I really appreciate. He’s always been sensitive in that respect, I know when Jan (Ross’ late wife) got in her wreck that killed her, he was one of the first individuals to contact me and all that.

That’s only a question Shane can answer, Shane and Tony Khan, how would that work creatively? Heck, who knows?! Might be great, in any event, would he come back in AEW for some reason, that all depends on Shane and what he wants to do.

What Happened To Shane McMahon In WWE?

Shane McMahon was last seen in WWE at WrestleMania 39 in an appearance remembered for all the wrong reasons. McMahon was a surprise opponent for The Miz who hosted the event with rap legend Snoop Dogg. However, seconds into the impromptu bout McMahon tore his quadriceps forcing of all people Snoop Dogg to come to the rescue and defeat The Miz.

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