Shane McMahon
American businessman
Shane McMahon
Shane Brandon McMahon is an American executive, currently serving as the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of YOU On Demand. A former executive and professional wrestler for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), he is the son of WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon and former US Senate candidate Linda McMahon. He is also the older brother of Stephanie McMahon and brother-in-law of professional wrestler Paul "Triple H" Levesque.
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On this date in WWF history: SummerSlam 1999
Cageside Seats - over 3 years
When WWE.com named the top 10 SummerSlam pay-per-view (PPV) events in company history, one of the shows that failed to make the cut was SummerSlam 1999, which took place on this date in history (Aug. 22, 1999). That's because it was an underwhelming show, save for two damn good matches. The main event was a triple threat match pitting Stone Cold Steve Austin, the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) champion at the time, against Triple H and Mick Foley with Jesse Ventura as special guest referee. Ventura had just been elected Governor of Minnesota and was bringing a few extra eyeballs. He served his purpose in the match, delivering a memorable line to Shane McMahon in the process, and did a fine job. The real story was the fact that all reports indicate the plan was for Triple H to win his first world title here. He had been repackaged as a badass heel, moving away from long trunks, long hair, and the comedy image that came with his role as the leader of the second version ...
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CSSGFT First Round Match: (7) Frankensteiner vs. (10) Coast to Coast
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The first round of the Cageside Seats Greatest Finisher Tournament continues today with a match-up pitting number seven seed Frankensteiner, as performed by Scott Steiner, against number 10 seed the Coast to Coast, as performed by Shane McMahon. Remember, voting closes at midnight CT. In order to cast your vote, leave a comment and in the subject line make sure you adhere to the guidelines as follows: To vote Frankensteiner simply write: Vote - Frankensteiner To vote Coast to Coast simply write: Vote - Coast Here are videos showcasing each move. Frankensteiner: Coast to Coast: Updated bracket: (click image to enlarge)
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Cageside Seats Greatest Matches Tournament Second Round Schedule
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We've made it through the first round in the Cageside Seats Greatest Matches Tournament (CSSGMT), a month long process that saw a field of 64 become a field of 32. The fat has been trimmed and now it starts to get serious. But there's still a bit of fat remaining, so we need to trim that with round two. Here's the schedule for the Round of 32, which starts tomorrow: Mon., Oct. 22: (1) "Undertaker v Mankind, King of the Ring 1998" vs. (9) "Shawn Michaels v Triple H, SummerSlam 2002" Tues., Oct. 23: (4) "Shawn Michaels v Triple H v Chris Benoit, WrestleMania 20" vs. (5) "Eddie Guerrero v Dean Malenko, ECW TV 1995" Wed., Oct. 24: (1) "Bret Hart v Stone Cold Steve Austin, WrestleMania 13" vs. (8) "Stone Cold Steve Austin v Triple H, No Way Out 2001" Thurs., Oct. 25: (2) "CM Punk v John Cena, Money in the Bank 2011" vs. (10) "Two Man Power Trip v Chris Jericho and Chris Benoit, Raw 2001" Fri., Oct. 26: (3) "Royal Rumble 1992" vs. (6) "CM Punk v Daniel Bryan, Over the L ...
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CSSGMT: 'Kurt Angle v Shane McMahon, King of the Ring 2001' advances to Round of 32
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It seems you Cagesiders prefer a brutal spotfest to a technical showcase. That's because you voted "Kurt Angle vs. Shane McMahon, King of the Ring 2001" over "Daniel Bryan vs. Dolph Ziggler, Bragging Rights 2010." With the victory, which came by a margin of 50-24, the former match has advanced to the Round of 32 in the Cageside Seats Greatest Matches Tournament. After the jump, check out the vote tally list and remember to vote in today's match-up that sees a three seed, "Royal Rumble 1992" pitted against a 14 seed, "Kenta Kobashi vs. Samoa Joe, Joe vs. Kobashi 2005."
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Appeal over World Cup bus crash - Stuff.co.nz
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NZ Bus spokesman Shane McMahon says the driver and passengers on the bus were unharmed. He says the inner city was "pretty chaotic" on opening night and the company's message to drivers had been "safety at all times". "Just with the number of people
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Interesting Stat For WWE Title Match At Hell In A Cell - Wrestle Heat
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Since the Armageddon 2000 six-man Hell in a Cell match, two matches have featured more than two people — 2006′s 2-on-3 handicap match at Unforgiven featuring DX vs Shane McMahon, Vince McMahon & Big Show, and 2009′s DX vs Cody Rhodes & Ted DiBiase
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6 Realistic Returns That Would Shake Up WWE Programming - Bleacher Report
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I certainly hope Shane McMahon returns to WWE in the near future. He was extremely effective in his long time with WWE and could add something to the current storyline involving CM Punk and Triple H. Perhaps Shane could return, believing that he should
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The Rock's 10 Greatest WWE Matches - WhatCulture!
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Even Shane McMahon wanted it to end here. Instead, the Rock handcuffed Foley and struck him in the head with a chair. And again. And again. And again. Finally, after a few more brutal, UNPROTECTED head shots, Foley passed out in the aisle
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WWE Press Release for King of the Ring DVD - Inside Pulse
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... Cold's memorable battle with Mr. McMahon​ and Shane McMahon for control of the WWE, Austin's debut of his revolutionary “Austin 3:16″ catchphrase, the first-ever match between Hulk Hogan and Kurt Angle​, as well as matches for the WWE Championship
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Synopsis for WWE's King of the Ring DVD and Best PPV Matches of 2011 DVD - LordsofPain.net
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... Cold's memorable battle with Mr. McMahon and Shane McMahon for control of the WWE, Austin's debut of his revolutionary “Austin 3:16” catchphrase, the first-ever match between Hulk Hogan and Kurt Angle, as well as matches for the WWE Championship
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World Cup related bus crash investigated - Stuff.co.nz
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NZ Bus spokesman Shane McMahon believed a North Star bus hit the back of a car, which then mounted the pavement, slamming into a number of pedestrians. "No-one in the bus was injured, the driver's OK and I understand the driver of the car was also OK,"
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YOU On Demand Will Present at the Rodman & Renshaw Annual Global Investment ... - MarketWatch (press release)
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31, 2011 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- YOU On Demand Holdings, Inc. /quotes/zigman/4619046 CBBD -3.08% , the first national Pay-Per-View and Video On Demand platform in China, announced today that Shane McMahon, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer,
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CM Punk: 6 Predictions for His Future with Triple H and WWE - Bleacher Report
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This stable included Vince McMahon, Shane McMahon, Undertaker during his Corporate Ministry, the Stooges, Big Bossman, the Rock and Ken Shamrock. From 1998-99, this stable ran through WWF, winning many championships and legitimately running the show
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Rewriting WWE History, Vol 2: The WCW and ECW Invasion Angle Part II - Bleacher Report
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Shane McMahon suggests rearranging the roster in order to combat both WCW and ECW. He also suggests using former WCW guys misused by Bischoff. Vince and Stephanie remind Shane about the threat posed by ECW. Vince decides to use more technical wrestlers
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(WWE) Tonight's WWE RAW, Shane McMahon News, DH Smith Update, SmackDown Action - TWNP-Wrestling News
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Shane McMahon was among those in attendance on Thursday night in New York for a benefit art show to help raise funds for Aidanhasaposse.org, a charity helps 6-year old Aiden Seeger, who suffers from a brain disorder. - Tonight's WWE RAW will take place
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Charitable art - New York Post
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The contempo rary artist, who is once again decorating Manhattan and Brooklyn facades with his fa mous posters, rubbed elbows with Deborah Harry, artist Nicholas Forker and WWE star Shane McMahon at the Buckcherry show at a benefit for Aidan Thursday
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Shane McMahon
    FORTIES
  • 2016
    Age 46
    On the February 22, 2016 episode of Raw, Shane returned to WWE for the first time in nearly seven years, interrupting his sister, Stephanie McMahon, receiving the "Vincent J. McMahon Legacy of Excellence" Award from their father, Vince McMahon.
    More Details Hide Details Shane announced that the reason he had returned was that he wanted control of Raw, leading to Vince placing Shane in a Hell in a Cell match at WrestleMania 32 against The Undertaker, adding the stipulation that Shane would get control of Raw if he wins the match. At WrestleMania, Shane had what many would call the match of the night against the Undertaker. During the match, Shane attempted an elbow off the top of the cell, but Undertaker moved out of the way sending Shane crashing through the announce table at ringside. Shane was defeated by Undertaker soon after. Despite losing at WrestleMania, Shane would control Raw for a month, firstly by his father, Vince, on the Raw after WrestleMania, then for the following three weeks after "popular demand on social media". This would lead to Stephanie confronting Shane, telling him that their father will decide who will control Raw at Payback, where Vince announced that both Shane and Stephanie will be Co-general managers and will have joint control of WWE.
    He returned to WWE as an on-screen character in February 2016.
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  • 2013
    Age 43
    On July 12, 2013, McMahon voluntarily stepped down as CEO of YOU On Demand and appointed Weikang Liu as his successor, while remaining the company's principal executive officer and Vice Chairman of the Board.
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  • 2011
    Age 41
    McMahon was also seen shaking the hand of new Open champion Darren Clarke as he left the 18th green at Royal St. George on July 17, 2011.
    More Details Hide Details Clarke was (and remains) also represented by International Sports Management. In 2010, McMahon became the CEO of You On Demand, the first VOD & Pay-Per-View service in China. In 2013, McMahon stepped down as CEO but remains Vice Chairman of the Board of You On Demand. McMahon is also a part owner of the Indian Larry Motorcycle Shop in Brooklyn, NY.
    He was seen at the final hole of the 2011 U.S. Open with Rory McIlroy's father just minutes before Rory confirmed his first U.S Open win and his first golfing major win.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 2009
    Age 39
    On October 16, 2009, WWE published a statement from Shane McMahon announcing his resignation, and also issued an official press release stating that the resignation was tendered effective January 1, 2010.
    More Details Hide Details No specific reason was given for the resignation. McMahon stated in the WWE press release, "Having been associated with this organization for the majority of my life, I feel this is the opportune time in my career to pursue outside ventures." thus ending his 20-year stint with the company on January 1, 2010. McMahon's resignation left only two original members of the McMahon family active within the company; his father Vince, and his sister, Stephanie. On August 3, 2010, it was announced that McMahon had signed a deal to become the new CEO of China Broadband Inc., a provider of cable broadband services, as well as other digital and analog related services, in Shandong province of China. The company is based in Boulder County, Colorado. McMahon also sits on the Board of Directors for International Sports Management representing talent such as Ernie Els and (previously) Rory McIlroy.
    In October 2009, Shane announced his resignation from WWE which went into effect at the end of the year.
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    In 2009, McMahon announced his resignation from WWE which went into effect January 1, 2010.
    More Details Hide Details He later became CEO of entertainment service company YOU On Demand in late 2010.
  • 2007
    Age 37
    Yet on March 27, 2007, Nobuyuki Sakakibara, president of DSE, announced that Station Casinos, Inc. magnate Lorenzo Fertitta, also one of the co-owners of Zuffa, the parent company of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, had made a deal to acquire all the assets of Pride FC from DSE after Pride 34 in a deal worth about USD 70 million, thereby ceasing any prospective business between Pride and WWE.
    More Details Hide Details Later in November, McMahon and WWE Canada President Carl DeMarco traveled to South America to finalize a major TV deal in Brazil, which allowed their television station to air Raw and SmackDown. In September 2008, McMahon finalized another major TV deal, this time in Mexico, which allowed WWE programming to air on Mexico's two biggest television networks, Raw on Televisa and SmackDown on TV Azteca.
  • 2006
    Age 36
    On October 21, 2006, Pride Fighting Championships held Pride 32 at the Thomas & Mack Center in Paradise, Nevada.
    More Details Hide Details Shane was in attendance at the event, resulting in speculation that WWE could be considering promoting MMA events. On November 17, WWE and Dream Stage Entertainment officials, the parent company of Pride Fighting Championships, had a meeting at WWE global headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut. The meeting focused on the possibility of the two groups doing some form of business together in the future.
    After weeks of attacks from behind by Shane, one of which saw him force an unconscious Michaels to kiss Vince's rear end, Shane and Michaels faced each other in a Street Fight on the March 18, 2006 episode of Saturday Night's Main Event.
    More Details Hide Details In a fashion similar to the real life Montreal Screwjob, Shane put Michaels in the Sharpshooter as Vince called for the bell and gave Shane the victory. The McMahons' feud with Michaels took a religious turn after WrestleMania 22, where Michaels defeated Vince McMahon. Vince claimed that Michaels's victory was a result of "divine intervention" and booked himself and his son in a match at Backlash against Michaels and his tag team partner "God". Around this time, Vince began to act strangely and at one point considered himself a god. Shane, who at this time was referred by Vince as "the product of his semen", teamed with Vince to defeat Michaels and "God" at Backlash, due to help from the Spirit Squad. This feud later enveloped Triple H, who the McMahons had enlisted to take out Michaels. Triple H was getting frustrated with this, as it was distracting from his quest to regain the WWE Championship. Triple H wound up bashing Shane with his signature weapon, the sledgehammer, in what was considered to be an accident that put Shane out of the ring for a while. Vince (and later Shane, who had recovered) sought to humble Triple H and get some retribution. Triple H then began a feud with the McMahons shortly after, leading to his siding with Shawn Michaels and the reformation of DX. At SummerSlam, the McMahons were defeated by DX.
    At the 2006 Royal Rumble, Shane eliminated Michaels by throwing him over the top rope.
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  • 2003
    Age 33
    He turned face once more in the summer of 2003 for the first time since 2001 by getting involved in a feud with Eric Bischoff, who had made improper remarks and gestures to Shane's mother Linda.
    More Details Hide Details He defeated Bischoff in a Street Fight at SummerSlam. McMahon also got involved in a rivalry with Kane after Kane gave Linda a Tombstone Piledriver because she did not name him the number one contender to the World Heavyweight Championship. Their feud culminated in McMahon losing a Last Man Standing match at Unforgiven and to a first ever Ambulance match which he lost after a match at Survivor Series. After Survivor Series, McMahon left Raw to focus his attention on the executive creative staff and on his new family. At WrestleMania XX, McMahon appeared briefly on camera during the opening of the event with Vince and his newborn son, Declan. On a special 3-hour episode of Raw in October 2005, billed as WWE Homecoming, all four members of the McMahon family were given a Stone Cold Stunner by Stone Cold Steve Austin. The following week, Vince demanded an apology from ringside commentators for not coming to his family's aid, which developed into a new feud. McMahon also appeared at Survivor Series, though he did not appear on television. He can be seen on the DVD extra backstage talking to Theodore Long, when The Boogeyman tried to scare off McMahon, who made no deal about it.
  • 2001
    Age 31
    In 2001, Shane made his third face run by once again feuding with his father, Vince.
    More Details Hide Details The feud with Vince was due to the elder McMahon's (kayfabe) affair with Trish Stratus and Vince's spite and demand to divorce Linda McMahon. As fate would have it, rival World Championship Wrestling (WCW) was sold to the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) one week before the Father versus Son match at WrestleMania X-Seven. In terms of the storyline, Vince demanded that Ted Turner sign the contract at WrestleMania X-Seven. With Vince's ego getting the best of him, Shane was able to seize the opportunity and purchase WCW himself, to the shock of Vince. McMahon defeated his father at WrestleMania X-Seven, in a Street Fight. At Backlash, McMahon debuted his theme song "Here Comes The Money" and was in a Last Man Standing match against Big Show. McMahon performed the Leap of Faith (from the top of the scaffolding), knocking himself and Show out. Test helped McMahon to his feet, causing McMahon to get the victory.
  • TWENTIES
  • 2000
    Age 30
    This started the road to WrestleMania 2000, where in the four-way main event each wrestler had a McMahon in his corner.
    More Details Hide Details The Rock had Vince, Big Show had Shane, Triple H had Stephanie, and Mick Foley had Shane's mother, Linda McMahon. Big Show was the first man eliminated, and soon after he and Shane went their separate ways. This led to a match between the two at Judgment Day, which McMahon won after receiving help from Test and Albert, amongst others. Over the course of the next several months, McMahon allied himself with other heel wrestlers, specially Chris Benoit in his feud over the WWF Championship with The Rock. He was also aligned with Edge and Christian, who helped him win the Hardcore Championship from Steve Blackman. McMahon met Blackman in a rematch at SummerSlam, losing the title after falling through the stage. McMahon climbed up the set running away from Blackman, who gave chase and hit Shane with a Singapore cane, knocking him off. McMahon then disappeared from television, making occasional cameo appearances.
  • 1999
    Age 29
    As his father, Vince, then feuded with Triple H, Shane was attacked in early December 1999 by Triple H and D-Generation X (DX).
    More Details Hide Details He was thrown off the stage in a gang style attack, in which Billy Gunn and Road Dogg prevented members of the Corporation from saving Shane. Later in the year, Stephanie turned heel, siding with her new kayfabe husband then-heel, Triple H (the two began their off-screen relationship around this time, but did not marry in real life until 2003). With that, the McMahon-Helmsley Faction began, and all of the other McMahons disappeared from television. At No Way Out, Shane made his return as a heel again by trying to help Big Show defeat The Rock; these efforts failed as Vince returned the next Monday night on Raw Is War, when the Rock got a rematch against Big Show, and helped The Rock win the match.
    In February 1999, McMahon moved away from the commentary role on Heat and became a key component in the Corporation angle, winning the European Championship from X-Pac.
    More Details Hide Details The two met in a rematch at WrestleMania XV; McMahon got help from his childhood friends the Mean Street Posse and Triple H, who turned on X-Pac during the match, to retain the championship. McMahon then retired the title, wanting to retire as an "undefeated champion". McMahon later gave the title to Mideon, who found it in McMahon's duffel bag, thus reactivating it. After WrestleMania, Vince briefly made his second face run and Shane took control of the Corporation. With wrestlers such as Triple H in this new faction, Shane feuded with his father and a new faction made up of former Corporation members, The Union. On the UPN pilot for SmackDown! Shane joined forces with The Undertaker and the Ministry of Darkness to form the Corporate Ministry. Eventually, Vince was revealed to be the mastermind behind this faction, and his face turn was explained to be a plot to get the WWF Championship off Austin. Austin then met Shane and Vince in a ladder match at the King of the Ring for ownership of the WWF, as in the storyline, Austin had 50%, which was assigned to him by Linda and Stephanie McMahon, upset by Vince and Shane's complicity in the storyline kidnapping of Stephanie by the Corporate Ministry, while Vince and Shane each had 25%. Shane and Vince won the match when a mystery associate raised the briefcase out of Austin's reach when he climbed the ladder, allowing Vince and Shane to grab the case and regain 100% ownership of the WWF.
  • 1998
    Age 28
    Shane McMahon made his first appearances as a regular on-air character in early 1998, when he was one of the main WWF executives negotiating with Mike Tyson during Tyson's heavily-hyped involvement in WrestleMania.
    More Details Hide Details He became a recurring part of his father's on-air feud with Stone Cold Steve Austin. In the early days of that angle, McMahon offered support for his father in cameo roles, but he did not become an enforcer like Gerald Brisco and Pat Patterson. McMahon was a color commentator on Sunday Night Heat alongside Jim Cornette and later Kevin Kelly, and announced with Jerry Lawler on the 1999 videogame WWF Attitude. Concurrently with this, Shane took on the role as a regular character, turning on his father by signing Austin to a contract after Vince demoted him to the position of referee. Yet at Survivor Series, Shane turned heel by turning on Austin and became an official member of The Corporation.
  • 1996
    Age 26
    McMahon married Marissa Mazzola on September 14, 1996.
    More Details Hide Details Together they have three sons: Declan James (born February 13, 2004), Kenyon "Kenny" Jess (born March 22, 2006), and Rogan Henry (born January 20, 2010). His sons appeared at WrestleMania 32, accompanying McMahon to the ring in his match against The Undertaker. McMahon usually wore baseball jerseys for his matches, with the front saying "Shane O Mac" and the back reserved for "McMahon", the name of the pay-per-view in which he's participating, or some other phrase relating to the match and/or his opponent. When his father, Vince, was interviewed in Playboy, he mentioned that although Shane is right-handed, he often throws left-handed punches. McMahon's football jersey number was 61, the same as his father. McMahon had a brief role in the 2002 film Rollerball. In September 2006, he was named one of Detail magazine's "50 Most Powerful Men Under 42" in the annual "power issue".
  • 1991
    Age 21
    He also refereed during the 1991 Royal Rumble match.
    More Details Hide Details McMahon soon left behind his refereeing duties and took on the role of a backstage official at WrestleMania VIII in an attempt to break up a storyline brawl between Randy Savage and Ric Flair.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1989
    Age 19
    McMahon began his off-screen career as a referee named Shane Stevens in 1989 at the Survivor Series and was the first performer to walk out to greet the audience at WrestleMania VI.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1970
    Age 0
    Born on January 15, 1970.
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