With WWE wanting to sign a lucrative television deal when the current one expires, the company is focused on improving Monday Night Raw and Smackdown, in order to gain leverage in negotiations.
The new contract that Stephanie McMahon signed with WWE will pay her $325,000 a year as a wrestler.
In a sign that she should be appearing frequently on TV, Stephanie McMahon has signed a new deal with WWE that labels her as a wrestler.
When it was announced that she was changing her official title within the company, there were some speculations that Stephanie McMahon was still going to be heavily involved in the creative department in WWE, but it now appears that she truly has embraced her new role and is rarely involved with the writing for Monday Night Raw and Smackdown.
A part of a working relationship with WWE, KaBOOM! is building some playgrounds in New Orleans, the site of Wrestlemania 30. To assists in the project, Stephanie McMahon, who is spearheading things for her company, sent Kofi Kingston to help with design.
Rumors are running rampant that Stacy Keibler is returning to WWE. She recently met with Stephanie McMahon at a VH1 event in New York City. A lucrative offer was reportedly made to the former diva, and there's a good chance that she accepts the deal before Wrestlemania 30.