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Stephanie McMahon Announces ‘Leave Of Absence’ From WWE

Stephanie McMahon has always been an integral part of the WWE corporate system while also being an in-ring talent for the promotion. Unlike her brother Shane, she’s been part of this kingdom since her childhood days which also earned her the tag of ‘the Queen of the Queendom.’

Stephanie McMahon interned for her father’s company when she was in college. Then she was eventually inserted into WWE TV storylines before taking on a corporate role in the company. For the time being, that role comes to an end as she announced today of stepping down from his duties on behalf of the WWE for the foreseeable future. For those who don’t know, she has been playing the role of WWE Chief Brand Officer for a long time.

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Stephanie McMahon released the below statement on Twitter announcing the move. The good thing is that she also hinted at her eventual return in the post,

“As of tomorrow, I am taking a leave of absence from the majority of my responsibilities at WWE. WWE is a lifelong legacy for me and I look forward to returning to the company that I love after taking this time to focus on my family.”

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Reason for Stephanie McMahon’s absence isn’t specified

As you can see, Stephanie McMahon stated no reason for her leave of absence at this time and she hasn’t also provided a timetable for her return to the company. It is also unknown who will fill her role as the CBO during her absence. It should be noted that her husband Triple H is also away from his corporate as well as NXT duties due to a cardiac incident suffered in September 2021.

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Triple H, WWE legend and Executive Vice President for Global Talent Strategy & Development, was forced to retire from wrestling after that health scare and he also had to cut down his workload. It’s unclear at this time whether those health issues played a part in Stephanie McMahon stepping down from her CBO role in the WWE. The couple has three daughters together and one of whom has already started training to become a wrestler.

As for Stephanie McMahon, she began her business career in WWE as an Accountant Executive before becoming the head writer of the creative team in 2000. She would eventually be promoted to the position of Senior Vice President of Creative Writing in 2006 and then the Executive Vice President of Creative in 2007. Six years later, she was promoted to the Chief Brand Officer position that she held until this week.

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WWE’s Stephanie McMahon Named 2022 Woman Of Impact

Stephanie McMahon is a true successor of her father who just continues to take forward the legacy of her family. Born and brought up in the male-dominated professional wrestling industry, it was she who raised a voice for the women superstars to kick off the Women’s Evolution. At the same time, her work in and outside the industry has always remained, leadership by example.

Stephanie McMahon has previously received awards from the March of Dimes as well as an honorary Doctorate. She has also made it to the Forbes list for empowering women. Now The Chief Brand Officer has received yet another honor for her work with WWE. She has now been inserted into Variety’s 2022 Women’s Impact list.

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The list honors female names across the globe who have made great impacts on the media landscape over this past year. Stephanie McMahon had shown her professional efforts in building the WWE brand through new media ventures and community outreach to make it to the list while other notable names include Emily Ratajkowski and Maggie Gyllenhaal.

A synopsis from the outlet about Stephanie McMahon goes as follows,

“As CBO, McMahon leads the company’s global brand strength and growth, overseeing marketing, creative services and global sales and partnerships. While she sometimes still plays a character in front of the camera, her focus is behind the scenes — and shining the light on the female performers as the driving force behind WWE’s Women’s Evolution.”

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Stephanie McMahon credited for WWE’s recent success

It was noted that Stephanie McMahon’s biggest upcoming challenges would be the transition from web 2.0 to web 3.0 as well as the blockchain and the advancement of AI. She has previously mentioned that she hoped to see WWE step into the metaverse. Time will tell how the company will plan to carry things out and the head honcho should be a part of it.

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Stephanie McMahon’s profile on the outlet also noted that she was the driving force behind the WWE Women’s Evolution. Her commitment to equality was reflected when it was noted in 2015 that female WWE superstars were pulling in record profits. Since then she is getting major publicity for her work. The tradition should be the same for years to follow as she continues to retain with hard work ethic.

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2022 WWE Salary Revealed For Vince McMahon, Stephanie McMahon And Triple H

A Proxy Statement has recently been filed by the WWE where WWE salary structure for the year 2022 for their top executive positions. The spots obviously included the chairman, Vince McMahon, his daughter Stephanie McMahon and her husband Triple H. The base salaries for each of them for this year are given below:

* WWE Chairman & CEO Vince McMahon – $2 million in 2022 (up from $1.4 million in 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018)

* WWE President & Chief Revenue Officer Nick Khan – $1.2 million in 2022 (equal with 2021 and 2020)

* WWE Executive Vice President of Global Talent Strategy & Development Paul “Triple H” Levesque – $730,000 in 2022 ($730,000 in 2021, $730,000 in 2020, $710,000 in 2019, $684,125 in 2018, $650,000 in 2017)

* WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon – $730,000 in 2022 ($730,000 in 2021, $730,000 in 2020, $710,000 in 2019, $684,125 in 2018)

* WWE Chief Financial & Administrative Officer Frank A. Riddick III – $850,000 in 2022 (equal with 2021)

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WWE salary and other compensations revealed for last couple of years

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Apart from WWE salary amounts, the filing also revealed the full compensation for the previous year including Salary, Stock Awards, Non-Equity Incentive Plan Compensation, and other compensations. The following 2021 figures were listed:

* Vince McMahon – $5,051,547 in 2021 ($1,400,000 Salary; $1,671,260 Stock Awards; $1,960,000 Non-Equity Incentive Plan; $20,287 All Other) This is up from a total of $3,905,792 in 2020 and $3,503,703 in 2020.

* Nick Khan – $5,706,871 in 2021 ($1,200,000 Salary; $1,814,470 Stock Awards; $2,660,000 Non-Equity Incentive Plan; $32,401 All Other) This is down from a total of $12,964,565 in 2020, which would’ve included a sign-on bonus and other figures related to his first year with the company.

* Paul Levesque – $2,841,544 in 2021 ($730,000 Salary; $583,523 Stock Awards; $511,000 Non-Equity Incentive Plan; $1,017,021 All Other) This is up from $2,318,280 in 2020, and down from $3,328,092 in 2019. This also includes performer pay.

* Stephanie McMahon – $2,592,205 in 2021 ($730,000 Salary; $583,523 Stock Awards; $511,000 Non-Equity Incentive Plan; $767,682 All Other). This is up from $2,187,266 in 2020 and $2,027,248 in 2019. This also includes performer pay.

* Frank A. Riddick III – $6,636,557 in 2021 ($134,038 Salary; $5,189,329 Stock Awards; $130,085 Non-Equity Incentive Plan; $1,183,105 All Other) This is up from $1,009,719 in 2020. (info courtesy Wrestling INC)

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It was noted how WWE salary for Triple H and Stephanie McMahon stayed the same for the past few years. The other compensations for the power couple are mostly made up of compensation for their talent contracts. Since they haven’t regularly performed/appeared on TV in 2021 most of their pay was likely provided as downside minimum guarantees.

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The other McMahon, Shane McMahon received a $1,313,823 WWE salary in 2021 where he only wrestled once – the No Holds Barred match against Braun Strowman at WrestleMania 37. Shane’s WWE salary was $820,369 in 2020 in a year he did not wrestle but he did appear on Raw, occasionally. Shane is not a WWE executive since 2009 but WWE needs to hand him compensation as he is a member of the McMahon Family.

WWE salary as a media for each employee stands at $118,276 in 2021 while Vince made earned 43 times better than that number. The median pay for 2020 was $102,577, and Vince made 38 times that.

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Vince McMahon Wants More Involvement From His Family In The WWE

Vince McMahon made a scheduled appearance on the Pat McAfee Show, recently to talk about a lot of aspects of professional wrestling. In general, The Boss doesn’t attend interview sessions since he doesn’t like these things. But this incredible rare appearance went down since he wanted to announce and push a Wrestlemania matchup for Pat McAfee.

It was announced during last night’s Smackdown, that Vince McMahon will be the special guest on the Pat McAfee Show, and with that the rumors of his in-ring return have also been indicated. The show aired on Youtube and SiriusXM Channel 82 on the usual Monday- Friday at 12 noon ET slot and it revealed The Boss’ view about his family.

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Vince McMahon went ahead to talk about his family’s involvement in the wrestling business. His wife Linda, as well as children Shane and Stephanie, have been part of the company for a long time. All of these names have been helping hands for The Boss, be it on-screen or behind the scenes. But for a workaholic like him, he always wanted his successors to be involved in more capacities.

Vince McMahon isn’t pleased with his family involvements in WWE

“You have to be objective, you know, and look at family members or whoever it is just as you would other employees. And quite frankly, I’ve probably expected more, you know out of my family members, which is probably not the right thing to say. But nonetheless, it’s like, you have to do the right thing for the business. So if this person is not working out, then they shouldn’t be a part of the company.”

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While Triple H and Stephanie McMahon continue to work for the WWE, it’s worth mentioning to inform that Vince McMahon had a fall-out with Shane, behind the scenes during the 2022 Royal Rumble, this past January. The McMahon Sr. reportedly shot down ideas proposed by Shane for the Men’s Royal Rumble match which led to the latter’s departure from the company.

While there’s no confirmation is available, it’s believed that Shane is no more involved in the WWE after the Rumble fallouts. The supposed exit even fueled up rumors that he might end up signing with the AEW. Only time will tell whether the younger McMahon indeed goes up against Vince McMahon in due course.

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Bruce Prichard Reveals Which Wrestler Stephanie McMahon Thought Would Be A Big Star

Professional wrestling Legend Bruce Prichard aka Brother Love recently revealed that there was a wrestler in WWE whom Stephanie Mcmahon thought would be the next big thing. He revealed that the wrestler was a participant from the Tough Enough season 4 competition of the WWE. His name was Daniel Rodimer and he had a short time period in WWE as a wrestler as well.

Daniel Rodimer made his television debut as a participant of the fourth season of Tough Enough competition. Season 4 of the Tough Enough competition was the most important of all the Tough Enough competitions seems it produced the most number of big stars. The winner off the competition was Daniel Puder who later became an MMA star and he had an amazing record in MMA.

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Bruce Prichard Reveals Which Wrestler Stephanie McMahon Thought Would Be A Big Star

Except of Daniel Puder, the competition also produced wrestlers like Nick Mitchell who later became a member of the Spirit Squad as Mitch, it also produced Ryan Reeves who later became Ryback. And of course it produced one of the biggest WWE stars of all time, Mike Mizanin aka The Miz. The former two times WWE World champion was the runner up of the competition. He was signed as a professional wrestler in WWE back in 2006 after two years of the end of the competition.

Tough Enough season 4 also starred Daniel Rodimer. The competition was mostly held during the episodes of Smackdown in 2004 and all the participants were introduced to WWE Universe. It seemed like Rodimer had an attitude problem, something that could make him an amazing heel.

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Bruce Prichard. Image Credits: Twitter

He had a great physique as well, he was 6’7″ and over 300 lbs, he could have been a top star of the WWE in the near future. He even had a try out in the development territories of WWE in 2006-2007. But things did not go pretty well for him and he retired from Professional wrestling in 2007.

Bruce Prichard aka Brother Love recently spoke on his where Something To Wrestle podcast he revealed that there was a wrestler in WWE whom Stephanie Mcmahon thought would be the next big thing. He revealed that the wrestler was a participant from the Tough Enough season 4 competition of the WWE and it was Daniel Rodimer. He said;

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Bruce Prichard. Image Credits: Twitter

“Well, I think that a lot of people like Dan. Big Dan, when you looked at him, that was someone that you could see, you know, on a poster for WrestleMania. He had the look. He had the personality. However, he was missing ‘it.’

“He approached the business as a work instead of approaching it as a shoot and then working it. That’s the big mistake with people. When they approach it, in the business, if you approach this as a work, ‘Hey man’, you just get through it because it’s all gaga, it will never get over. It may get over for a time, but it won’t stay over.”

H/T to Inside The Ropes for the transcript

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Why Triple H And Shane McMahon Have Legit Beef In WWE?

Triple H is undoubtedly a future WWE Hall of Famer who has earned his respect in the pro wrestling world. He is one of the most important figures in the entire history of the WWE. Being one of the mainstays of the Attitude Era and beyond, the cornerstone figure of the WWE His career had several world Title reigns by his name.

Now that he won’t probably wrestle ever again due to a cardiac event, WWE will use more of Triple H on the board meetings whenever he shows up. But even at this stage, WWE is not willing to use Shane McMahon which once again points out the fact that the company doesn’t have faith in the younger McMahon.

This also establishes the theory of a fall-out between Triple H and Shane which is being spread over the past several years now. It appears that the relationship between The Game and his wife, Vince McMahon’s daughter Stephanie McMahon is the reason behind all the problems.

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Triple H became part of the McMahon family as he married Stephanie McMahon. This happy moment led birth to a lot of controversies, as well. While speaking on Monday Mailbag with Mike Chioda on AdFreeShows.com, former WWE official and referee Mike Chioda were asked about the relationship between members of the McMahon family.

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The former regular face on WWE programming pointed out the exact reason behind the beef between Triple H and Shane McMahon via the following statement. Apparently, Shane was the one who told The King of Kings that dating Vince McMahon’s daughter was a bad idea which led to the beef,

“Yes, Shane did [advised Triple H against dating Stephanie]. Shane McMahon did. That’s why the feud fell out, that’s for sure. It was a thing from Vince Sr. that came around many years ago. They didn’t want anybody dating talent, none of the kids and none of their family. He didn’t want them taking bumps, which that didn’t happen. I think Shane really had a big part of that and that’s why Shane and Triple H had a falling out for many years, and that’s why Shane was exiled for 10 years.”

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Chioda proceeded to point out that Triple H has been absent from his daily duties in the WWE for the entire late 2021 as he’s recovering from a cardiac incident. A surgery was performed which must have disqualified him from any further in-ring action. Despite the absence, WWE never used Shane to replace him,

“Shane is still not on top of the list. Where is he at now? Is he in the office? Is he running things? Is he Vice President? Is he Vice CEO? Can somebody tell me where he’s at right now because he should be there. I mean, even with Triple H out, you’re going to have Johnny Laurinaitis, Road Dogg, and Scott Armstrong running the fu**ing business? You’re not going to have Shane McMahon there? Where’s he at?” (quotes courtesy Wrestling News)

Vince McMahon is yet to step down from his daily duties in the WWE. Whenever that happens, Triple H and Stephanie McMahon are likely to overtake things while Shane isn’t speculated to get any additional responsibilities.

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Eric Bischoff Revealed Stephanie McMahon Wanted Him To Die His Hair In 2002

Professional wrestling legend and WWE Hall of Famer Eric Bischoff who was the former boss of World Championship Wrestling WCW recently revealed Stephanie McMahon wanted him to dye his hair when he joined WWE back in 2002.

As mentioned above, Eric Bischoff was the boss of WCW and he was single handedly responsible for a lot of things that took place in the promotion. After the death of the promotion in 2001, he was hired by WWE in 2002 and he was given the role of the General Manager of Monday Night RAW. Bischoff still considered as one of the best general managers in the history of Monday Night RAW.

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Eric Bischoff Revealed Stephanie McMahon Wanted Him To Die His Hair In 2002

During the famous Attitude Era WWE, Vince McMahon showed how a villainous authority figure works. If someone ever comes close as a heel authority figure who picked up a lot of heat that has to be Eric Bischoff.

He was a General Manager whom fans love to hate. After the first brand extension in WWE, it would have been really difficult for RAW to be a worthy competitor of Smackdown without Bischoff. He was really amazing in his job. Fans still Miss such an amazing authority figure.

Another amazing part of Bischoff’s managerial role was his rivalry with Stone Cold Steve Austin. Austin became the co owner of RAW in 2003 and the two general managers kept on feuding each other. It was extremely entertaining.

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Eric Bischoff. Image Credits: Twitter

Bischoff also had a feud with Eugene who was his kayfabe nephew. And after losing to Eugene in the Taboo Tuesday pay per view of 2004, Bischoff was forced to shave his head. Bischoff was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame this year.

Eric Bischoff who was the former boss of World Championship Wrestling WCW recently spoke on his 83 Weeks Podcast where he revealed Stephanie McMahon wanted him to dye his hair when he joined WWE back in 2002. He said;

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Eric Bischoff. Image Credits: Twitter

“When I went to WWE, I’ll never forget it as a talent back in 2001 or 2002 whatever it was, I don’t even remember.  I remember after I made the deal and everything was signed, sealed, and delivered, we knew where we were going creatively.  I understood what the plan was.

“I put a call in to Stephanie, who was head of creative at the time.  I said, ‘Do you guys want me to come back with black hair, or is it cool if I come back with my natural color?’  I was so hoping she was going to say, ‘Don’t worry about dyeing your hair.  That’s so phony.  Everybody knows it’s phony.  If your hair’s gray, your hair’s gray.  Come back as you.  Don’t come back as you used to be.’

“That’s what I was hoping for, but that’s not the answer I got.  Stephanie without missing a beat said, ‘Oh no.  Dye your hair black’, and I was back at it again.  I was so glad when we eventually weaved our way into a story where I was going to get my head shaved again, so I had to quit dying my hair.  It was a happy day for me.”

H/T to WrestingNews.co for the transcription

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WWE Officials Make It To Most Influential Sports Business List Of 2021

WWE Officials conduct their business perspective with a lot of integrity and now it’s time for them to receive their honor for doing the hard work. Being the top-most brand in the world of professional wrestling, WWE already added itself toward the mainstream sporting leagues. So they can easily compete for awards or more honors just like the others.

It now appears that three top WWE Officials are featured on Sports Business Journal’s 2021 Most Influential People in Sports Business list. As per the official announcement, WWE Chairman & CEO Vince McMahon, WWE President & CRO Nick Khan, and WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon are included on the list under the “Most Influential: Media Influencers” category.

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A clear repositioning for WWE Officials was pointed out by SBJ to a media business under the leadership of Nick Khan as Vince McMahon possibly heading to retirement. Two very big upcoming projects were also noted to be in the works – Netflix’s docuseries on Vince, and the Blumhouse-developed “The United States of America Vs. Vince McMahon” TV series.

SBJ released the following statements on the WWE Officials making it to their list,

“There is clearly a repositioning of the WWE to a media business under Khan, who joined the company from CAA Sports in August 2020, especially with the move to Peacock as part of a five-year deal reported to be more than $1 billion. High-profile projects include a multipart Netflix docuseries on Vince McMahon’s life and a deal with Blumhouse Television on a scripted series about the WWE in the 1990s.”

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WWE Officials will share the stage in different personalities

The above-mentioned WWE Officials share SBJ’s “Most Influential: Media Influencers” list for 2021 with top executives from ESPN, NBC Sports Group, Amazon, CBS Sports, Fox Sports, and WarnerMedia News & Sports/Turner Sports.

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AEW was not touted for the listing of WarnerMedia News & Sports Chairman Jeff Zucker and Turner Sports President Lenny Daniels. But it was mentioned how Turner added NHL hockey and Premiere League soccer to the line-up and that Zucker and Daniels have become more reluctant in picking up sports rights.

Alongside the WWE Officials, UFC President Dana White was featured under the “Most Influential: Sports Property Influencers” category.

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Vince McMahon To Be Replaced By WWE President Nick Khan?

The joining of Nick Khan brought a big-time relief to Vince McMahon as he was relieved by several duties in the company. The corporate side of the company is mostly overseen by the WWE President instead of the aged WWE Chairman, these days. The new head-honcho of the company is behind some major decisions of the company who could very well be in charge in a few years.

For years now, there’s been a burning question amongst the WWE Universe and that’s who’d be next to run the company after The Boss. WWE CEO Vince McMahon is 76 years old and has been running the company for almost 40 years. Due to age-related reasons, he will have to be relieved of his duties in the near future.

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According to the Wrestling Observer, WWE President & Chief Revenue Officer Nick Khan could be a perfect replacement for Vince McMahon,

“I mean it’s kind of a Board of Directors thing, but probably (Nick Khan being Vince McMahon’s replacement), yeah. Unless they went and hired somebody else from the outside, but probably Nick Khan, yes.”

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Nick has taken over Vince McMahon’s several duties

Nick has made a lot of big decisions in WWE since his appointment who also kept the company in a positive state even during the pandemic. So this could become a reality one day that Nick ends up taking things over in the WWE. While Vince McMahon still has the final say in current decisions, Nick has been given freedom about some of the corporate moves in the company.

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On the latest edition of Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer noted that the idea of WWE Day 1 PPV on January 1 is a Nick Khan idea. It was noted that the current plan is for this event to become an annual pay-per-view. This is the reason why WWE is hosting the event in a bigger way with Brock Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns being the main event match.

It was noted that December PPVs traditionally do not do well, given that it’s a holiday PPV. Vince McMahon-originated TLC was the most sufferer since it’s a December event. It was said that they have either performed terribly or great historically, depending on the lineups. A December event may entirely get scrapped from now onward.

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Triple H Was Bigger Star Than CM Punk Before Marrying Stephanie McMahon, Says WWE Hall Of Famer

The animosity between Triple H and CM Punk is well-known amongst all of the professional wrestling fans. During their WWE tenure, these two used to share some legit beef that eventually led to the departure of Punk from the WWE. Despite all the speculations in the past, he never found his way back to the company, ever again.

Now Punk is a regular attendee of AEW Programming as a top superstar who gave the pro-wrestling fans to talk about his relationship with WWE during a promo segment in a recent episode of AEW Dynamite. “The only way you’ll be number one is if Tony Khan has a daughter and you marry her,” Punk said in that promo, referencing Triple H marrying Stephanie McMahon.

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Prior to that, MJF also mentioned that Punk was always second best to “you can’t see me man” or the “king of kings” referring to John Cena and Triple H, respectively. Two-time WWE Hall of Famer Booker T wasn’t a fan of the words selected by Punk, pointing out that The Game indeed was “a bigger star than CM Punk” even before he married the daughter of WWE Chairman and CEO, Vince McMahon.

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Booker T supported Triple H over CM Punk comments

“It ticks me off a little bit, I’ve worked with Hunter since WCW. Hunter was a bigger star than CM Punk was before he even married Stephanie McMahon and that’s just fact,” Booker T stated on his Hall of Fame podcast. “As far as becoming a bigger star after that, of course, he was going to become a bigger star after that (marrying Stephanie), he was in the family now. Look here, if CM Punk would’ve married Stephanie McMahon, he would’ve become a bigger star, perhaps.”

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Booker T also pointed out that CM Punk was a huge star in the WWE whom the company didn’t utilize the right way for some reason. But then again it wasn’t right for Punk to drag the personal life of the Triple H. The Texas-resident was open to saying that the Straight Edge Leader was just trying to “get a cheap pop” at the expense of the WWE head-honcho.

“I’ve always been willing to say to someone’s face what I wanted to get off my chest,” Booker stressed. “I’ve never wanted to go and hide somewhere and get a cheap pop talking about someone, especially someone I respect, who has done it the way we all have – entertaining fans in America and abroad, blood, sweat and tears. He (Triple H) is one of those guys who is one of the pillars of WWE, always will be.” (quotes courtesy Wrestling INC)

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