The two met in a rematch at Wrestle Mania XV; Mc Mahon 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.

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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 Mc Mahon, 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.

With that, the Mc Mahon-Helmsley Faction began, and all of the other Mc Mahons disappeared from television.

At No Way Out, Shane made his return as a heel again by trying to help The Big Show defeat The Rock; these efforts failed as Vince Mc Mahon returned the Next Monday Night, when the Rock got a rematch against the Big Show, and helped the Rock win the match.

This started the road to Wrestle Mania 2000, where in the four-way main event each wrestler had a Mc Mahon in his corner.

The Rock had Vince, the Big Show had Shane, Triple H had Stephanie, and Mick Foley had Shane's mother, Linda Mc Mahon.

Mc Mahon 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 a role as a regular character, turning on his father by signing Austin to a contract after Vince demoted him to the position of referee.

The Big Show was the first man eliminated, and soon after he and Shane went their separate ways.