WWE from updates on Stephanie McMahon



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WWE from updates on Stephanie McMahon

According to what was reported by the well-known overseas site, PW Insider, it would seem that Stephanie McMahon's absence will continue for some time, with the Chairman's daughter who will in fact still be out indefinitely.

In the latest Insider update, it is reported that: "Regarding Stephanie McMahon, we have been told that she 'needs time' after everything that has happened to her family, after what they have been through in the last year, of course, Paul Levesque's health problems, and there will be also future hires to help fill the gap in her role with her lack but that won't happen for a few more weeks."

At the moment there are no return timings for Vince McMahon's youngest daughter, who seems to be out all the time it will take to solve her problems, which at this point could bring out a psychological sphere put to the test by the ugly illness that brought Triple H very close to death, just a few months ago.

WWE from updates on Stephanie McMahon

We know how Stephanie McMahon, vice president of WWE, a family company for three generations, wanted to temporarily abandon her role in the management to take a break, to be able to spend time with the family, to fix some problems in personal way.

On social media, Stephanie herself wrote: "Starting tomorrow, I will be abstaining from most of my responsibilities with WWE. WWE is a lifelong legacy to me and I plan to return to the company I love after focusing on my family."

Apparently, further news would have emerged in one of the last meetings held by the WWE management, with the chairman's daughter who will most likely remain absent several weeks, if not months, from her activity, to solve these "problems" not yet well defined.

Apparently, further news would have emerged in one of the last meetings held by the WWE management, with the chairman's daughter who will most likely remain absent several weeks, if not months, from her activity, to solve these "problems" not yet well defined.