Shane McMahon took to Twitter today to further the storyline with Kevin Owens.
Last night’s SmackDown saw Owens serve Shane with a $25 million wrongful termination lawsuit after Shane fired him last week.
Shane announced today that he will allow Owens to work upcoming WWE live events.
“While considering a resolution to this ludicrous lawsuit, I will allow @FightOwensFight to perform on @WWE’s upcoming tour of The Philippines, China, and Honolulu, Hawaii,” Shane tweeted.
You can see Shane’s full tweet below:
— Shane McMahon (@shanemcmahon) September 18, 2019
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