Stephanie McMahon provided minor updates on major topics.
In October 2020, WWE announced an upcoming multi-part documentary focused on Vince McMahon will be coming to Netflix.
The docuseries is set to be one of the highest budgeted Netflix docuseries of all-time with Bill Simmons serving as the executive producer while Chris Smith, the director behind Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened, tabbed as the director.
"It's scheduled to release next year in 2022. The timing is still TBD," she said. "I am equal parts excited and really nervous. I don't know what it's going to say, but it's going to capture his life and his story, which so richly deserves to be told."
Vince returned to television at WWE Survivor Series as part of a storyline with Cleopatra's golden egg, which is a tie-in with the film "Red Notice" starring The Rock.
When asked about Ronda Rousey potentially returning to WWE, Stephanie said, "There is no official update on her return, but she is always welcome to come back, as long as she stays away from me."
Rousey recently noted that she still keeps in touch with Stephanie.
Finally, Stephanie was asked for an update on Gable Steveson, who was drafted to WWE Raw during the 2021 WWE Draft, but is finishing up his collegiate career at Minnesota.
Stephanie said about Steveson, "He's still in school. When he's done with school, hopefully he's going to be part of the full-time roster. We have more announcements on the NIL program that will be talked about soon."
While Steveson trains and competes at Minnesota, WWE will set up a facility for him to work on his wrestling career as well. You can find Steveson's full comments on his WWE future by clicking here.
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