Stephanie McMahon On Who She Credits For Women’s Evolution, Her Aspirations Growing Up, More

Posted: 08/05/2017 in Sports, WWE
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Source: This Morning

Stephanie McMahon appeared as a guest on This Morning with WWE RAW preparing to invade London. Here are some of the highlights of her interview:

Joining the family business:

“It’s what I’ve always wanted to do. I’ve always been a fan of wrestling and WWE in particular and especially growing up and watching my father who was the Chairman, CEO and also commentator on the show, and I was just enthralled. [Those] business conversations at the dinner table and listening to the stories that were getting built and the characters and meeting them and seeing them.”

The Women’s Evolution:

“I like to give the credit to our audience because our audience started a hashtag called #GiveDivasAChance and at that time our female division was branded as the Divas Division, and it trended worldwide for three days, and our fans’ voices were so loud. They were saying they wanted more athleticism, deeper character development, enhanced storylines. They wanted more of our women. Their voice was so strong that our Chairman and CEO responded ‘We hear you. Keep watching. #GiveDivasAChance’. Since then we have rebranded our Divas Division to the Women’s Division and all of our women are called Superstars just like the men.”

Stephanie also spoke about her first experience at a WWE live event, her children watching WWE, listening to the fans, and more. You can catch the interview in the video above.

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