With yesterday's news of Shane McMahon surviving a sure to be horrifying helicopter crash, fans and wrestlers are quick to point out the prince to WWE's empire may be invincible. Aside from the obvious relief and amazement that Shane was okay, many were floored by how calm McMahon seemed after the accident when being question by reporters.
For Sean "X-Pac" Waltman, McMahon's cool demeanor was no surprise.
On his podcast, X-Pac 12360, the former DX and nWo member shared a story that illustrated McMahon's now patented comfort with reckless abandon:
"I went skydiving with Shane and Madusa [Alundra Blaze], I think I was 22. Shane and I are close to the same age. I was scared to death, and Shane was the first one out the door of the plane. He did a
Here's the video of Shane and the reporters:
McMahon's helicopter departed
"We heard some noise, and it became very clear to me that I could no longer continue flying the helicopter," Regtien said. "So I decided to do an auto-rotation landing in the water."0comments
Emergency responders hurried to the site and ferried McMahon and Regtien to shore.
Shane's brush with death is certainly life imitating art. His durability is one of WWE lore. Having being involved in some of WWE's most dramatic stunts, perhaps he's been preparing for this moment his whole life.