Stephanie McMahon Spotted In Public For The First Time Since Leaving WWE

Stephanie McMahon has been instrumental in WWE’s success. She was the Chief Branding Officer of WWE. Meanwhile, last month on Twitter she announced that she is leaving WWE to spend more time with her family after working for so long.

Her sudden declaration disappointed many WWE fans. She hasn’t been seen anywhere since her departure. However, recently, she makes her first public appearance at the College Softball World Series.

On Twitter, she shared a photo of herself with Oklahoma Sooners coach, Patty Gasso, congratulating the women’s softball team on their championship triumph. In addition, she tagged Triple H in her tweet and mentioned that Oklahoma has some promising prospects to look out for.

In case you missed it, on Thursday closing off an incredible season, Oklahoma won the Women’s College World Series for the second year in a row. By beating Texas 16-1 in Game 1 and 10-5 in Game 2, the Sooners secured their sixth national championship.

McMahon has advanced in her WWE career over the years, serving as the department’s director of creative writing from 2002 to 2006. In 2006, she was elevated to Senior Vice President of Creative Writing, and in 2013, she was named The Chief Branding Officer.

Her followers were delighted to see her in public for the first time since departing the company. Given the fact that Triple H has joined WWE, it will be interesting to see when she returns. ‘The Billionaire Princess’ worked as a Chief Branding Officer at WWE Headquarters.

She has, however, made multiple appearances on WWE Television. Stephanie McMahon provided the WWE globe with numerous memorable events, including Father vs. Daughter, the “I quit” match, the mud bath, and many more.

The confrontation between Stephanie McMahon and Trish Stratus, which received a lot of attention, was also one of those famous events. During one of the backstage sequences, McMahon was dunked in horse manure.

Slapping The Rock was a memorable event in her career. Additionally, she smacked The Rock multiple times during her stint in WWE, which is perhaps one of her most memorable moments.