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Vince McMahon has enjoyed working with his son Shane in the WWE

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Much to the surprise of many WWE fans, Shane McMahon returned to the company for the first time since 2009 on Monday Night Raw two weeks ago.

On that night, he demanded control of Raw because he stated it was being run into the ground by his sister Stephanie McMahon. Vince McMahon said his son could have control of the show if he won one match for him - a Hell in a Cell match against The Undertaker at WrestleMania 32.

Shane-O-Mac accepted the challenge, and since then, it has been one of the most talked about and highly anticipated clashes on the upcoming The Showcase of The Immortals. Speaking to The Orlando Sentinel, via Wrestling Inc, Vince has said he is very pleased with how Shane's return to the WWE is going so far.


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He said: "It's been awesome. I was hoping that one day we might get back together. It's difficult. Fathers and sons sometimes, in the same business at a certain stage, it can be very difficult. You love each other just as much but you see things a little differently.

"You have the old bull and the young bull and the old bull is not ready to give it up, his horns are still sharp. It's great that Shane is back. Whether or not there's a corporate place, we'll wait and see.

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"From a performer standpoint, I so enjoy performing with him. And when the three of us are out there, Stephanie and Shane and me, and throw in Paul because that has happened in the past, oh my God! We could stay out there and entertain each other, much less the audience, for an hour.

"It would be easy. It's just so much fun because we can ad-lib and entertain ourselves. I think if you are entertaining yourselves and you're having fun, that projects and the audience is having fun with you."

Due to what is on the line for Shane-O-Mac's match against The Phenom at WrestleMania, it is one of the biggest appeals for fans to watch the show. Knowing what is at stake, Shane has been respecting the WWE Universe by training hard to put on the best show with arguably the best superstar in the history of the WWE.

If Shane pulls out a surprise victory against The Deadman, he will gain control of Monday Night Raw, making the landscape of the WWE different for the first time since The Authority established themselves as the bosses of the company.

Vince, being a good showman himself, hasn't revealed anything that could indicate the outcome of this match, as when he was asked if Shane will remain with the company in either a corporate position or as a performer after WrestleMania, he said: "That will be determined by whether or not he wins his match."

WWE fans will have to watch Shane-O-Mac's match against The Undertaker at WrestleMania 32 to find out for themselves if he will be staying with the company.

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