3 reasons why Stephanie McMahon could be WWE Chairman after Vince McMahon
There have been a lot of rumors about the possible heir of Vince McMahon once he retires from the role of WWE Chairman. Some people believe Triple H is ready to take the mantle, while others believe Shane McMahon should inherit his father's legacy.
In all this hullabaloo, no one seems to think about Stephanie McMahon as the possible contender for WWE Chairmanship. She has all the qualities and abilities to be a candidate for being the WWE boss.
There are three possible reasons which make us believe that she could be WWE Chairman, as listed below.
#3 WWE is in her blood
Stephanie McMahon was born to Linda and Vince McMahon in 1976. Her great-grandfather Roderick James McMahon founded Capitol Wrestling Corporation in 1952. Since then, the family has grown the professional wrestling business exponentially.
She is a fourth generation wrestling promoter, and she has seen it all. Stephanie has worked as a receptionist, sold WWE merchandise, performed various front office jobs, fought with top wrestlers of her time, and is currently the Chief Brand Officer (CBO) of WWE.
With Triple H by her side, she has an able lieutenant who can help her in all business and wrestling decisions. Shane McMahon has a minority stake in WWE, but he is busy in running a fin-tech company called 'Seven Stars Cloud Group, Inc.' Vince would definitely want to pass on the baton to his daughter so that the control of the company remains in his bloodline.
Having grown up as Vince's daughter, Stephanie has presumably accumulated diverse and vast experience in running a wrestling corporation. She has the ability to represent WWE on the global scale, all on her own. Her associations, friendships, and high-profile contacts will come in handy when she becomes the Chairman of WWE.