In a great act of honor, sacrifice and dedication, Shane McMahon decided not to have an abdominal hernia surgery just weeks before his fight at WrestleMania 34, so the surgery was carried out successfully in recent days.
This was announced today by WWE through its social networks and its web portal, with a short but substantial press release that reads as follows:
“Smackdown LIVE Commissioner Shane McMahon underwent a successful hernia surgery last Friday in New York, N.Y.
McMahon is currently resting at home, but he’s feeling well and is excited to get back to work on Smackdown LIVE.”
Recall that at WrestleMania, McMahon with Daniel Bryan managed to prevail over Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn, but Bryan revealed that in addition to the infection of a diverticulitis and abdominal hernia that affected him before the show McMahon also suffered from a staphylococcal infection.
The greatest of the heirs of Vince McMahon did not disclose details about his intervention in the operating room as he recently only trilled in relation to the fight for the WWE Championship at Money in the Bank 2018:
— Shane McMahon (@shanemcmahon) May 14, 2018