'Billionaire Princess' Stephanie McMahon Unveiled a Strong Desire to Bring Tennis Greats Serena Williams and Venus Williams to the WWE in 2021

‘Billionaire Princess’ Stephanie McMahon Unveiled a Strong Desire to Bring Tennis Greats Serena Williams and Venus Williams to the WWE in 2021

After Vince McMahon left his position of power and retired, his role was taken over by Stephanie McMahon, Triple H, and Nick Khan. Ever since the trio took over, WWE has been at the receiving end of immense praise.

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Nick Khan and Stephanie McMahon are currently the Co-CEO of WWE, while Triple is the creative head. Triple H’s reign as the creative head has received a lot of praise. Ever since his arrival, he has brought in several athletes from other sports, such as Daniel Cormier from UFC and Tyson Fury from boxing.

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Around one year ago, Stephanie McMahon also expressed her desire to bring another personality from a different sport to WWE. The 46-year-old was one of the brains behind women’s success in WWE, and the women’s division’s evolution. She was instrumental in developing superstars such as Charlotte Flair, Sasha Banks, and Becky Lynch, for example.

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During an interview with The Rich Eisen Show, McMahon revealed her desire to see Serena Williams and Venus Williams in WWE. She said, “From an athletic standpoint I would love to see Serena and Venus Williams in WWE, individually or as a couple.”

She further continued that there are several amazing athletes out there, whom she would love to bring to WWE. McMahon also expressed her interest in bringing Cardi B to WWE.

Stephanie McMahon reveals another achievement in WWE in Saudi Arabia

WWE has its annual PPV routine in Saudi Arabia. Every year he visits the Middle-Eastern Country for participating in the scheduled PPV, ‘Crown Jewel’. The PPV is one of the most hyped ones in the calendar year and often features several top-profile matches.

Apart from this, WWE has also been instrumental in breaking various barriers for women in the country using their sport. It became the first wrestling promotion to feature women wrestlers and referees on the show in Saudi Arabia. This year, Stephanie McMahon took to Twitter to announce another great feat achieved by the company.

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She took to Twitter and announced how Heather McLaughlin became WWE’s first female photographer in the country. The 2022 event also featured two women referees and two women’s matches. The show did not feature any women’s matches till 2019. However, all these barriers are slowly breaking, and the country is evolving.

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Stephanie McMahon had tagged alongside her husband, Triple H for the event. She visited Saudi Arabia with him and oversaw the whole PPV. The couple had also opened the press conference and set the stage for the show.

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