After his return to action in the men's WWE Royal Rumble match Saturday, Shane McMahon is booked for both the Elimination Chamber and WrestleMania 38, according to our Dave Meltzer.
It's unknown who those matches will be against. Meltzer said in Sunday's daily update that McMahon "has a match on the books but it was said to have not been finalized a few days ago which is evidently why they did no angle with him (at the Rumble)."
The 52-year-old entered the Rumble at number 28 and was eliminated by eventual winner Brock Lesnar. McMahon was last seen in the ring at WrestleMania 37, losing in a steel cage match to Braun Strowman. That was his first match since October 2019 when he lost a career vs. career ladder match against Kevin Owens.
The Elimination Chamber is set for Saudi Arabia on Saturday, February 19th, and it will be McMahon's fourth appearance in a match there dating back to 2018. He appeared in the Greatest Royal Rumble and won the World Cup final over Dolph Ziggler in two events that year and defeated Roman Reigns in 2019.
It will be his sixth WrestleMania match dating back to 2001.