Stephanie McMahon Speaks Her Mind About Women’s Revolution

Wrestlemania season and the build for the big show are in full swing. WWE is doing everything that is in their power to promote the “Ultimate Thrillride” that is Wrestlemania 33. Triple H has appeared on ESPN First Take with Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman as he was talking about the upcoming event and was answering the questions about the world of the WWE.

On Thursday, his wife and the daughter of the CEO, Stephanie McMahon also made an appearance on ESPN SportsCenter as she was promoting Mania. She talked about the evolution of Wrestlemania from the first edition to this one, three decades later. The vision that Vince McMahon had back in the day turned out to be a big spectacle once every year, always in late March or early April.


There is no doubt about the fact that women’s wrestling has become a big part of what this company is today. Stephanie talked about Triple H looking all over the world for talented wrestlers, both men, and women, in order to give them a great chance and the best possible platform for training. She noted that both men and women are training exactly the same and that the length of their matches is now the same. That wasn’t the case just a couple of years ago, but now, even though the girls still have a long way to catch up with guys, they are in the main events of shows and have even been in the main event of a pay per view.

She also made a comment about Mojo Rawley and Rob Gronkowski who have posted a video in which Gronk is hyping up Mojo for Wrestlemania 33, his first. Stephanie noted that she is a New England Patriots fan and that she would love to have Gronk in the WWE once he finishes his football career.