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Shane McMahon’s Wiki Page Was Edited to Say He Died at Wrestlemania 32

Shane McMahon’s Wiki Page Was Edited to Say He Died at Wrestlemania 32

If you happened to take a look at Shane McMahon’s Wikipedia page shortly after his epic Wrestlemania 32 match with the Undertaker you’d be forgiven for thinking he was dead.

That’s because one user of the online encyclopedia decided to edit the WWE star’s page, making some drastic changes.

In case you didn’t see the big event at AT&T Stadium in Dallas, McMahon lost out to the Deadman after jumping 20 feet off the cell on to a commentary table.

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It was the most insane moment on a night of shocks, with Shane-O-Mac looking hurt following the jump and failing to really recover before being pinned and carted away from the ring by paramedics.

But he’s not dead – contrary to what this Wikipedia edit said:

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Fortunately, the changes were picked up on pretty quickly and McMahon’s page reflects things which have actually happened in his life.

As he was carted off, he was able to raise a thumb to fans genuinely worried about his health.

And instead of the death edits on his Wikipedia page, it should be changed to reflect one of the best fights WWE has ever seen.

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