Stephanie McMahon Reveals Her Most Challenging Moment In WWE

"The only one who didn’t belong to this professional athlete circle was me."

Stephanie McMahon has named the tag team match with Triple H against Ronda Rousey and Kurt Angle at WWE WrestleMania 34 as one of the biggest challenges of her career. 

The tag team contest was utilised to introduce Rousey to the WWE Universe in the biggest possible way, with the match largely regarded as one of the better outings on the WrestleMania 34 card. 

McMahon has now revealed the preparation she had to do for that WrestleMania match as the biggest challenge of her career in the WWE. 

Speaking to Indulge Express, the WWE Chief Brand Officer said: “Facing Ronda Rousey at WrestleMania 34 was one of my big challenges personally and professionally. She’s so amazing that I had to train myself to just be able to showcase her because it was her debut in WWE. She was the first women’s champion in the UFC, the first female fighter to be inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame and she was the first American woman to earn an Olympics medal in judo.

"She was an incredible person with a great backstory, but she was tough. It was her debut, and it was a tag match. She teamed with Kurt Angle who is another medallist, against me and my husband Triple H who is an iconic star. The only one who didn’t belong to this professional athlete circle was me. 

"I had to train three times a day for three months. On top of this, I was also a mum by then and I was competing with my husband. I didn’t want him to look bad or my father to look bad who had created WrestleMania, it was a huge challenge. I learnt so much about myself even though I was so scared. 

"Actually, my oldest daughter reminded me of a quote by Eleanor Roosevelt, ‘To do something you are afraid of every day,’ I still follow it. So back then I chose to go for the match because it was a privilege that not many people have.”

Share this post

Report: Kenny Omega ‘Furious’ Over AEW Revolution 2021 Ending

Cody Rhodes: AEW Has Destroyed NXT For Over A Year On Wednesdays

Mitch Waddon

Written by Mitch Waddon

Editor In Chief at Cultaholic.com