Certified crazy person Shane McMahon did it again on Sunday night at WWE Hell in a Cell. After a lengthy tease that ended with a modest 16-foot fall through a table by Kevin Owens, McMahon just couldn’t help himself.
He climbed to the top of the cell and made the leap of faith.
It’s one thing to expect McMahon to constantly take these insane falls. It’s another thing to witness them. McMahon is 47-years-old and thinks it’s fun to fall from 26 feet through a table on a Sunday night after getting beat up for nearly 40-minutes.
Shane pulled out all the stops in this match. He busted out a shooting star press, which missed, early on and then followed it up with his trademark coast-to-coast. He also took a pop up powerbomb from Owens on top of the cell, in a moment that scared everyone watching.
If this was the last time McMahon graces us with his sports entertainment in-ring expertise, he gave us a match that we’ll never forget.
As you saw in the video, McMahon’s top of the cell elbow was once again his undoing as Owens, with help from best friend Sami Zayn, moved. Owens, again with help from Zayn, would eventually cover the SmackDown general manger to pick up the victory.
McMahon was taken off on a stretcher, but gave the crowd a thumbs up on his way out.
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