After Vince McMahon's retirement from WWE, Stephanie McMahon stepped up to become the Co-CEO of the company along with Nick Khan. Today, she announced her resignation from the promotion.
Last July, Vince McMahon was shrouded by allegations that caused him to retire from WWE. This allowed Stephanie McMahon, Nick Khan, and Triple H to carry the company forward and establish a new era.
It has been over eight months with McMahon and Khan as the Co-CEOs of WWE. Unfortunately, her time as the Chairwoman ended with the company as she announced her leave and resigned from the company.
In a statement on Twitter, Stephanie McMahon announced that she was going on leave, a decision she took last year before being appointed Co-CEO on short notice. She also resigned from her position as Co-CEO.
"Then. Now. Forever. Together."
Check out her tweet below:
Meanwhile, Triple H still retains his role as the Chief Content Officer and will be the creative head of the weekly product across all three brands. It will be interesting to see whether there are any new changes adopted by the company as Vince McMahon returns as Executive Chairman.
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