The WWE Universal Champion and Tribal Chief of the company of Vince McMahon, Roman Reigns, has been going on almost undisturbed for almost a year and a half now. Since his return to SummerSlam the wrestler has put on a new guise and destroyed all his opponents: from Daniel Bryan to Edge to John Cena and now Roman Reigns is awaited by a fantastic match in the Pay per View in Saudi Arabia of Crown Jewel 2021, the title match against Brock Lesnar.
The dominance of Roman Reigns not only in Smackdown but for the entire main roster is undisputed and Roman is currently obtaining extraordinary results also as regards the merchandising of the company: the wrestler is very close to John Cena and could soon become the wrestler (already it is for Heel) with the greatest merchandising result in WWE history.
The WWE Universe has a lot of anticipation for this challenge, also to define the role of Paul Heyman within the meeting but at the same time in the last hours rumors are emerging that could almost spoil the outcome of the meeting.
The WWE Mad Genius was in the past manager of Lesnar and is now the undisputed advisor to the Tribal Chief and according to many, his role should be decisive in Saudi Arabia, to favor one or the other wrestler. While rumors are emerging about a possible break for Brock Lesnar after Crown Jewel, at the same time, according to WrestlingNews.co reports, WWE has no intention of taking the title away from Roman Reigns with the title race of the champion destined to last longer, almost certainly beyond the end of this year.
The company and family Vince McMahon are delighted with Roman Reigns' work from Heel and want to change absolutely nothing. Latest rumors also speak of the next rivals after Brock Lesnar with the arrival of Drew McIntyre in SmackDown ready to sanction a feud between the two.
In addition, some rumors emerge according to which the WWE would be ready to launch a challenge between the two SmackDown and Raw champions Roman Reigns and Raw. It will now be seen whether the outcome of Crown Jewel is really so obvious or not.
Stephanie McMahon is the first woman executive in a Hall of Fame
One of the most influential woman personalities in the world of pro-wrestling, both on-screen and behind the scenes of WWE, was undoubtedly Stephanie McMahon, defined as the Billion Dollar Princess of the McMahon company, for being born into a wealthy American family, with the father who was the creator of the world power that is WWE as we know it today.
After inheriting part of the company from her father, Stephanie McMahon has taken some very important steps in the management of the Stamford federation, coming to make very important decisions, for the future of the company and also for the historical component of the pro-wrestling world, which was partly revolutionized by her.
The latest honor for Stephanie was her inclusion in the most important women on the planet, who cover the role of CMO of a large company, with Steph coming in second place on that list, second only to Netflix's number one.
In addition, in recent days, Stephanie has also been included in another important Hall of Fame, in which she figures as the first and historic manager / female executive in the history of this category. With thanks and congratulations from her father's company, arrived on Twitter, we learn that Stephanie McMahon was the first female executive and non-wrestler, to enter the International Sports Hall of Fame, one of the most prestigious Arks in the Glory of the sporting world, with pro-wrestling always being excluded from these categories.
Thanks to her contribution to the sports world, Stephanie thus ended up in the Hall of Fame, also thanks to the continuous contribution that Steph gives to the world of altruism and charity, as well as the sports one. "Congratulations Stephanie McMahon for being the first female executive to be inducted into the International Sports Hall of Fame."
Another huge milestone for Vince McMahon's daughter, who will likely have the company in the future after her father leaves the presided throne for over 40 years.