Stephanie McMahon Named By LinkedIn As One Of The Top 20 'Voices in Sports'

Stephanie McMahon’s reputation continues to grow as an influencer and a reputable voice in the sports and entertainment communities.

Stephanie McMahon is a fourth-generation promoter attempting to further along the legacy of WWE in the same vein as her father and grandfather. Innovation is key to a brand’s longevity and how 1 adapts to the changes in society and technology can be make-or-break in the business world, especially the entertainment business.

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Stephanie McMahon continues to help WWE adapt even in unforeseen circumstances that forced WWE to rethink its entire event structure for the majority of 2020 and the early half of 2021.

Now, LinkedIn has recognized Stephanie McMahon as one of the top 20 voices in sports. Stephanie is on a list that also includes Stephen Smith from ESPN, Erica Nardini from Barstool Sports, and more.

Stephanie, in the blurb that is written about her on the website, is credited with "talking about” launching an NFT marketplace and creating a pipeline for collegiate athletes to join WWE by way of the new NIL program.

From LinkedIn:

What she talks about: From launching an NFT marketplace to creating an unprecedented pipeline for college athletes to join the WWE, McMahon is shaping the future of the decades-old professional wrestling franchise. As WWE’s Chief Brand Officer, she is giving a voice to women across the industry and has been named one of the most powerful women in sports by AdWeek.

Undoubtedly, the global pandemic forced a need for innovation from WWE. However, not all of their forays into new technology have been successful. John Cena has been quoted as saying his NFT drop around SummerSlam 2021 was a failure. Learn more here.

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