Shane McMahon’s son, Declan James McMahon, certainly has a bright future ahead of him as he is currently playing college football at Indiana University. He watches the current WWE product religiously and has the potential to make it big in WWE. In light of that, McMahon made it clear he is open to forming ‘The Meaner Street Posse.’

Declan McMahon is a running back for the Indiana Hoosiers and was spotted at the Fastlane Premium Live Event last month. Before that, he famously accompanied his father during his entrance at WrestleMania 32.

In case you didn’t know, The Mean Street Posse comprised Pete Gas, Rodney, and Joey Abs, led by Shane McMahon. They debuted in 1999 but didn’t really make much of an impact after turning on Shane McMahon.

While speaking to Jim Varsallone of The Miami Herald, Declan McMahon talked about stepping foot inside a WWE ring. McMahon made it clear he is open to forming ‘The Meaner Street Posse’ with his college friends one day.


My dad had the Mean Street Posse. But we were thinking, like, what if we have a Meaner Street Posse, right? What if we get some of those big guys? [his defensive line teammates]…We got a ton of talent here. And we got a lot of characters and charisma on the team. So you know, it could be.

Declan McMahon also stated that the story is already written for him as far as WWE debut is concernedDeclan McMahon also isn’t against joining WWE in the future as he believes he could be good at it as well. Regardless, it remains to be seen if he ends up joining WWE somewhere down the line.

What’s your view on what Declan McMahon said? Do you want Declan McMahon to make his way to WWE? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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