Backstage News On The Mr. McMahon Character & Stephanie McMahon’s Role On WWE TV



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WWE is now billing Stephanie McMahon as “The principal owner of World Wrestling Entertainment” instead of “one of the principal owners.” When it comes to Vince McMahon, there is some significance in that small change of wording.

With plans falling through months ago for Vince McMahon to return to TV in time for the WrestleMania XXX storylines, the impression was given that while Vince will appear on TV when he has to, such as a tribute to a documentary, the Mr. McMahon character has been retired for the time being and Stephanie would be the McMahon owning the company on TV.

(Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter)


  • arlowoodenhead

    Kudos to Stephanie for finally taking a bump on TV and giving a great send off to a long time employee, Vickie Guerrero.


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