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WWE News: Will Stephanie McMahon Return in an On-Screen Role?

T BDContributor IDecember 19, 2016

WWE held two successful B A Star anti-bullying rallies leading up to this year's 25th SummerSlam event at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

Lots of video interviews are available with the likes of David Otunga, Alberto Del Rio, Natalya, American Idol's James Durbin, Creative Coalition CEO Robin Bronk and actor Ryan Ochoa.

The most interesting news tidbit came from WWE Vice President of Creative Stephanie McMahon.

The former "Billion Dollar Princess" on camera revealed that if the demand is there among the WWE Universe, she could very well make more appearances on camera in WWE.

This is an interesting statement, considering the demand would certainly be there—with AJ Lee as General Manager of RAW, many comparisons have been drawn to Lee and McMahon, a former on camera GM herself. 

McMahon participated in several matches, and an on-screen marriage to Triple H which led to a marriage in real life. On the "McMahon" DVD, Stephanie revealed that one match with her father Vince McMahon on pay-per-view occurred one week prior to her real-life wedding with husband Paul Levesque.

While Stephanie McMahon seemed very content and pleased with the B A Star rally and it seems as though she is at the helm of this initiative, based on her comments in the video above I wouldn't bee surprised if she made sporadic returns, if not eventually consistent, on RAW or pay-per-view.

 

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