Shane McMahon returns at WrestleMania, blows his knee in seconds

Update: Triple H confirmed during the post-show press conference that Shane tore his quad.

Shane McMahon made a surprise return at WrestleMania and completely blew his knee out after a leap frog, forcing Miz and Snoop Dogg to improvise.

McMahon was introduced by Dogg who got a gigantic reception from the fans. McMahon wanted a match against The Miz and Dogg made it official.

But his return ended very quickly as McMahon went for a leap frog and landed badly, blowing his knee. Shane tried to stand up but fell down as his knee couldn’t handle the weight.

The Miz circled around as officials rushed to the rescue. And then Snoop Dogg saved the day. He got in the ring, decked The Miz and performed his own version of the People’s Elbow and covered him for the pin.

Shane was last seen at the 2022 Royal Rumble where he caused chaos by forcing rewrites to make his appearance more meaningful. He was eliminated by Lesnar and then his father Vince fired him, canning his scheduled matches at Elimination Chamber and WrestleMania.

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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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