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Stephanie McMahon Reveals Which Celebrities She'd Love To See In WWE

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Celebrities were featured prominently at WrestleMania 37 and Bad Bunny teamed with Damian Priest against The Miz and John Morrison, while Logan Paul was ringside for Kevin Owens vs. Sami Zayn and later ate a Stunner from KO.

Which celebrities will appear on WWE TV next remains to be seen, but Stephanie McMahon revealed who she would like the company to work with during an appearance on the Rich Eisen Show

"Absolutely, from an athlete perspective, I would love to see the Williams sisters come in either individually or together," McMahon said. "There's so many incredible female athletes out there and male athletes that I would love to bring in to WWE. From a celebrity standpoint, in addition to the ones we've already worked with I think it could be really cool to work with Cardi B. She had a tweet that she had put out not that long ago which was in follow up to a reference to her name on the show. She's so colourful herself and she's so vivacious and full of life. I think she'd even bring it up a notch in WWE. I think she'd be awesome.

"I think that going in a completely opposite direction, Matthew McConaughey has been really catching on in terms of WWE. He was on Monday Night Raw to promote his book Greenlights and he and Drew had an interaction and that led to another interaction on another platform. And it just seems like there's opportunity there," Stephanie continued.

"And there's so many young influencers and gamers and everything else. I think that WWE is just, it's this incredible world. It's almost like the gaming world come to life. It's totally this fantasy with all of these different characters and backstories and we can make anything work. So I think there's a lot of untapped celebrities and influencers that I would love to personally work with."

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