Shane McMahon was well-known for performing daring stunts in the ring. However, Rene Dupree recently explained why Shane O’Mac’s approach was damaging to the wrestling industry, even though fans enjoyed watching him perform.

Rene Dupree alleged that Shane McMahon had little wrestling skills, and he hot-shotted his way to a powerful position by frequently engaging in crowd-pleasing dives in his matches. When speaking on his YouTube channel Cafe de Rene, Dupree also described how Shane’s strategy for wrestling had a negative impact on other stars.

“He doesn’t know how to wrestle. He just knows how to do stunts, and doing all those crazy stunts, it actually hurts the business because you’re hot-shotting it, right? So for him diving off the cage, yeah, it gets a pop, but that makes our job even harder to get a reaction. And he wrestles what? Once a year on pay-per-view, right? I don’t think he is even around anymore, right?”

Rene Dupree continued to explain that Shane had been nice to him during their backstage conversations when he worked in WWE from 2002 to 2007. The former WWE Superstar even talked about a previous interview in which Shane McMahon discussed being diagnosed with ADD/ADHD. McMahon stated that the disorder caused him to be more energetic and angry with other people as he grew older.


Ringside News exclusively broke the news that Vince McMahon let his son go after a terrible experience while setting up the Royal Rumble match. He hasn’t been back since, and it would be very interesting to see how his brother-in-law, Triple H, might book Shane McMahon if he ever does make a WWE return.

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