In a delightful and somewhat embarrassing WWE locker room tale, former WWE star Mansoor recently shared a humorous incident that took place during the Crown Jewel event in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, in 2018. This anecdote involves none other than WWE’s prodigal son, Shane McMahon, and an unexpected bathroom mishap that left Mansoor in an awkward situation.
Mansoor, a 27-year-old wrestler who recently departed from WWE, regaled his followers with a story from his time in the Stamford-based promotion. In this comical episode, he inadvertently stumbled into Shane McMahon’s private locker room. The story goes that while at the Crown Jewel event, Mansoor was involved in a physical altercation segment with fellow superstars Ariya Daivari and Shawn Daivari.
The unexpected twist occurred when, after his performance, Mansoor found himself in dire need of a visit to the restroom. Not realizing the significance of the room he had entered, he proceeded to use it.
“So I go in that room and I go into the stalls, take a nasty sh*t, just nasty. So I flush it, come on out, start washing my hands. All of a sudden I hear, ‘Hey man’ and I turn to my right and it’s Shane McMahon and I say, ‘Oh hi,’ and I wanna shake his hand but my hands are wet. I pull out the paper and I dry off and throw it away and as I’m walking out, he goes, ‘I’m Shane’ and I go, ‘Oh! I’m Mansoor, sorry,’” he said.
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The comedy intensified when Mansoor, in the process of washing his hands, had an encounter with the owner of the private locker room himself, Shane McMahon. Mansoor, somewhat starstruck and embarrassed, attempted to shake hands with Shane, only to realize his hands were wet. His subsequent attempt to dry his hands with paper towels seemed to add to the awkwardness of the moment. “I’m Shane,” said the 53-year-old wrestling veteran, to which Mansoor replied, “Oh, I’m Mansoor, sorry.”
Interestingly, Shane McMahon later commended Mansoor for his participation in the Crown Jewel event. But when Mansoor had to use the restroom once more, he was in for a surprise. An eye-catching detail stuck to the door that read “Shane-O-Mac,” leading to a humorous realization that left Mansoor and those listening to his story in splits.
“So, I took a sh*t in Shane’s bathroom… I honestly think he thought I was like a janitor or something, ” he added with a chuckle.
The story sheds light on the quirky backstage moments that occasionally unfold in the world of professional wrestling. The wrestling world is no stranger to humorous anecdotes and amusing behind-the-scenes encounters, and Mansoor’s tale is yet another addition to this rich tapestry.
In other Shane McMahon-related news, the wrestling community has been buzzing about the prospect of his return to WWE. Shane-O-Mac, a fourth-generation wrestling promoter and the son of former WWE CEO Vince McMahon, has always been known for his daredevil antics and memorable moments. His last TV appearance was at WrestleMania 39, where he engaged in an entertaining segment with The Miz and Snoop Dogg. However, the 53-year-old suffered a torn quad during his impromptu match against The Miz, leading to questions about his potential return.
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As wrestling enthusiasts and WWE fans ponder the possibility of Shane McMahon’s comeback, it’s clear that his legacy and charisma continue to captivate the wrestling world. While his next appearance remains uncertain, one thing is for sure: WWE fans eagerly await the moment Shane-O-Mac makes his electrifying return.