Kevin Owens, Shane McMahon, Sami Zayn.

WWE fans missed what Kevin Owens did during Shane McMahon attack on SDLive

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For months now, Shane McMahon has been embroiled in a feud with Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn leading fans to question where this heated rivalry is going.

Originally, Shane O Mac was going toe-to-toe with Owens and after KO assaulted Vince McMahon on SmackDown Live, they met inside Hell in a Cell.

It was there that longtime enemies - in the world of WWE, anyway - Owens and Zayn would join forces with the latter turning to the darkside for the first time in his WWE career.

McMahon would hold a vendetta against the pair in the ensuing months and even had tension with SD Live general manager Daniel Bryan with Shane believing that the former WWE champion was favouring the two former 'indie darlings'.

Fans were curious what this all meant. Was Bryan going to return to the ring at the end of this angle? Would Shane face either man at WrestleMania 34? Well, Shane announced that in actual fact, Owens and Zayn would face each other in New Orleans on this week's edition of SD Live.

What followed that announcement was a vicious beatdown from the 'Yep Movement' on McMahon that left the SD Live commissioner with 'severe injuries' accoridng to WWE.com.

At one point, Owens and Zayn stuck McMahon's head between a chair and rammed him into the steel ring post. However, what many fans did miss was what Owens did as Shane was falling backwards from the blow. Watch the clip below:

Wow, Owens really is a pro. If Shane had fallen straight down, the chair would have crushed his windpipe and he would have really been in trouble. Credit to Owens for looking after McMahon, but still managing to look deadly in the process.

Speaking to Mick Foley on the WWE Network last year, McMahon said he hoped he could work in angles like this and help the talent in WWE grow.


“Yeah, I’m very much enjoying that and as long as I can continually make a difference and help guys now, watch greener guys grow and help them learn psychology and the product better, I’m in. It makes me feel great. I love to be able to do that. I love to teach. And I love the camaraderie of it all. I love the business.”

It's hard to argue that Shane isn't doing that, so what next for this feud?

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