Shane McMahon returns to WWE as Jim Harbaugh looks on from ringside

As the late Roddy Piper once proudly stated, "Just when the WWE Universe thinks it has the answers, Vince McMahon and his family change the directions" on the road to WrestleMania 32. Or something like that.

After the fans found the Roman Reigns victory in Sunday’s Fastlane Pay-Per-View somewhat predictable, "Monday Night Raw" at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit rocked their wrestling world, along with that of Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh, who was ringside.

Vince McMahon was presenting a Legacy of Excellence Award to his daughter, Stephanie, when a walkout song that hasn’t been heard in many years was played.

Out came Shane McMahon, who has been missing from WWE circles for many years.

Shane McMahon said he wanted control of "Monday Night Raw." Vince responded that he would be glad to hand it over to Shane … under one condition, of course.

Shane McMahon will have to face The Undertaker at WrestleMania 32 in AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The match will be a Hell in a Cell.

Of course, never missing a chance to blend the real with the surreal, Triple H later told Stephanie, "Your brother has been and always will be a failure."

The truth is Shane left the company and entered the private business sector in October of 2009.

Social media erupted upon Shane-O-Mac’s return.