Stephanie McMahon wrote a beautiful letter to the fans



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Stephanie McMahon wrote a beautiful letter to the fans

Last weekend we had Wrestlemania 38, an event divided into two evenings that WWE gives us every year allowing us to feel strong emotions towards professional wrestling. Also this year the Showcase of the Immortals was a great success and thanks to everyone, Stephanie McMahon thought about it, writing a letter.

The Chief Brand Officer of WWE, Stephanie McMahon, recently issued an email on April 7th, 2022 in order to reflect on the success of WrestleMania 38.

Stephanie McMahon wrote a letter

"Good morning, Last weekend, Wrestlemania 38 ran live through two nights at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX and became WWE's highest grossing and busiest event in the company's history with 156,352 total fans.

The Most Stupendous Wrestlemania in two nights in history saw 13.3M of live social media interactions on both nights making it the second most engaging Wrestlemania of all time. On the way to the event, a new partnership and programming announcements were made bringing WWE and Fanatics together in a long-term deal for e-commerce, official and collectable merchandise, Snap's Arcadia on two activations for all weekend long, including the first sports brand to test a Shop Now call to action function in an AR lens that connected users to the WWE Shop site, NBCU for a new scripted show about a fictional wrestling promotion, Pinned, and Blumhouse Television for a series United States of America vs.

Vince McMahon. I think this quote sums it all up best... 'This event hit all my emotions. I laughed, I cried, I cheered, I screamed until my voice was gone. I loved every second of it and it's for this that I have loved WWE for over 20 years.'

- Female, 33 years old. What a privilege it is to be able to create an emotional and lasting connection with our fan base for generations. Thanks to our friends and partners around the world who made this success possible, please see below for more details.

-Steph." In addition to the letter, a photo was posted with some information about the weekend. According to Stephanie herself, she doesn't see her father retiring anytime in the near future. She said: “I think you hit the nail on the head.

He has said, I think, publicly that he will ‘die in the chair.’ We’ll see. Who knows? Life is long and unpredictable, but somehow, I don’t see him retiring any time soon,” said McMahon. At WrestleMania 38, Stephanie also made a brief appearance on Night 1, as she introduced Gable Steveson to the WWE Universe, ahead of his highly awaited in-ring debut.