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Shane McMahon has been prominently featured at WWE’s Show of Shows since his debut few years ago but he may likely be out of this very forthcoming WrestleMania.

Truth is that, SmackDown Live brand has been bogged down in recent months, with McMahon and Daniel Bryan constantly stealing the spotlight. Unless the payoff is a WrestleMania match between the two, they should not be receiving as much television time as they have been.

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If we take the instance of a clash, something like a fracas toward ‘Mania, there are other opponents for Bryan who would be better than Shane. Simply put: There is no need for him to compete at this year’s installment on Apr. 8.

It would be hard to argue Shane hasn’t been a valuable asset to the company over the past two years as an on-air character. Although he has been overexposed at times, the WWE Universe still adores him and has rallied behind him in his various feuds with the likes of The Undertaker, AJ Styles and Kevin Owens.

Well, we give him the credit despite the fact that McMahon did the honors for all of the aforementioned athletes. By and large, he isn’t one to overshadow younger talent, but if he isn’t going to win a major match every so often, one must question what worth he has to WWE as a wrestler at this stage of his career.

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Shane is far better suited in an authority role as a babyface and remaining a background player than once again becoming a focal point of programming on The Road to WrestleMania.

When McMahon resurfaced in WWE in 2016, fans couldn’t have been more excited. The idea he would perform at WrestleMania that year was universally accepted, if only because it would grant the audience one last opportunity to see him lace up the boots.

Essentially, it’s the law of diminishing returns when Shane McMahon wrestles. His matches have less appeal every time he is inserted into another program, and come WrestleMania 34, and Bryan aside, there isn’t anyone who would make sense as an opponent anyway.

The SmackDown Live commissioner’s reduced role on Tuesday nights lately should be a sign he will not be in action on the Grandest Stage of Them All in New Orleans.