Exactly one week ago today, Shane McMahon stunned the WWE Universe, first by returning to Raw after a seven-year absence and then by finding himself added to a WrestleMania match against The Undertaker.
Virtually ever since the exciting announcement, the everyone associated with the WWE has been debating the match, and Shane O-Mac has helped ramp up the anticipation by posting behind the scenes videos of his preparation.
The son of WWE CEO Vince McMahon was at it again on Sunday as he posted a short video to his social media accounts. In it, he performs a move not many fans will have seen him pull off before.
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Shane looks in great shape considering his long-time absence from the wrestling world, and it looks like he has learnt a few things while he has been away too.
Ajarn Phil Nurse, the man linked to in McMahon's Twitter post, is British former Muay Thai kickboxer and the footage would suggest Shane is looking to incorporate some of the mixed martial arts style into his April 3 clash against The Undertaker.
Following on from last week's video showing McMahon working out in the gym, WWE fans can be under no illusions that the 46-year-old is taking his 'Mania match seriously.
There is just over one month to go until Shane and 'Taker are slated to go head-to-head in the ring and it is fast becoming one of the most talked about elements of this year's WrestleMania.
Having been away from the ring for so long, and having returned to such a pop with the crowd, fans will be desperate to see what kind of performance Shane O-Mac is able to put on for them at the AT&T Stadium.
Considering his age and lack of recent experience, many fans may be expecting a limited effort, or maybe even a lot of help from members of the main roster.
This video, however, will have fans hoping Shane can return to his high-flying, acrobatic heyday.
We all remember the titantron incident after all!
WWE fans: Does Shane McMahon stand a chance against The Undertaker? Who do you want to see win at WrestleMania? Have your say in the comments below...
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