Shane McMahon’s announced his “Rules of Engagement”

Shane McMahon’s announced his “Rules of Engagement”

With SmackDown LIVE Commissioner Shane McMahon slated to be the Special Guest Referee for the United States Championship Match at SummerSlam between AJ Styles and Kevin Owens, Shane-O-Mac wanted to address both competitors face-to-face.

A gamut of reactions was had, including an “apology” from KO, acknowledgment of the frosty past between Styles and McMahon, and Owens’ examination into Shane’s checkered history as a Special Guest Referee with a clip from the award-winning WWE Network. Shane-O-Mac, who stated his intentions to call the title bout right down the middle at The Biggest Event of The Summer, did not appreciate any of the accusations being hurled his way from either The New Face of America or The Phenomenal One.

However, Styles didn’t want to wait until SummerSlam and challenged Owens to an impromptu title match, but KO said he would rather win the United States Championship in the United States in a “city that actually matters.” A shoving match ensued, Shane tried to break it up, Owens landed a sucker-punch and Styles inadvertently drilled Shane in face with a Pele Kick, as KO laughed and made his exit.

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