Maven, the former WWE star, recently shared his thoughts on Shane McMahon during an episode of his Rating Wrestlers Series. According to Maven, Shane McMahon always felt like “one of the boys” in the WWE locker room, despite being the son of Vince McMahon. Maven revealed that Shane would often pull him aside and offer words of encouragement, believing in his potential for success. Maven also highlighted that Shane had to earn his place in the business, as his father made him work his way up from the bottom.
In the interview, Maven emphasized that many people mistakenly assume that Shane had everything handed to him. However, this couldn’t be further from the truth. When Shane first broke into the business, he started on the ring crew, assembling and disassembling the ring for live events. He was also the first one to arrive at training sessions, eager to learn and practice the art of wrestling. Maven expressed his utmost respect for Shane, stating that he likes him a lot and hopes he is doing well.
Maven’s comments shed light on the hard work and dedication that Shane McMahon put into his career, dispelling the notion that he had an easy path due to his family connections. It is a testament to Shane’s character and his commitment to earning his spot in the wrestling industry. Maven’s perspective offers a unique insight into the backstage dynamics and the camaraderie among wrestlers, highlighting Shane’s ability to seamlessly integrate himself into the locker room.
In addition to discussing Shane McMahon, Maven also addressed WWE Hall of Famer JBL and the perception of him being a backstage bully. To read Maven’s thoughts on this matter, click here.
It’s always fascinating to hear firsthand accounts from former wrestlers who have experienced the inner workings of the wrestling business. Maven’s Rating Wrestlers Series provides fans with valuable insights into the lives and personalities of their favorite wrestlers. Maven’s observations about Shane McMahon offer a glimpse into the hard work and determination required to succeed in the industry, regardless of familial connections.
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