By RJ Marceau
Hey guys don’t think I forgot about this new series that I decided to start. My #5 favorite superstar from the Ruthless Aggression Era was Carlito and #4 was Billy Kidman. When it comes to my top 3 I think 2 and 3 could flip. However I have finally decided who to put at #3. This Superstar made his debut in the WWE as a referee and eventually made it into the squared circle. The 3rd superstar on my list is the son of Vincent Kennedy McMahon, Shane McMahon.
Unfortunately for me I wasn’t a fan until February of 2002 and didn’t get to see the beginning of Shane McMahon's career. Luckily for me I was able to watch his best matches on the WWE Network. Kurt Angle vs. Shane McMahon from King of the Ring 2001 and his match from WrestleMania 17 vs. Vince McMahon are two of my favorite matches from Shane’s career that I wasn’t able to see live.
In 2003, Shane returned to get revenge for his mother Linda and feuded with Kane. Graham and many people know this feud is one of my favorites of all time and I thoroughly enjoyed both their matches from Unforgiven and Survivor Series.
After this feud Shane returned to the WWE in 2006 and turned heel. Shane attacked Shawn Michaels and aligned with his father again. The match Shane and Shawn had at Saturday Night’s Main Event was a great and showed the in ring abilities of Shane O’Mac. Shane’s only relevant feud after this was with Triple H and Batista vs. The Legacy. I was in attendance for Shane’s last match in 2009 at Backlash and was great to see him live.
Shane recently returned in 2016 and I think his match vs. The Undertaker will be good. This will be no five star classic but in a Hell in a Cell I could only imagine how much he is willing to do to win. "Here Comes the Money" will always get a pop from me and I can’t wait to see him at WrestleMania 32.
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