STEPHANIE McMAHON hinted at what the future of WWE could look like once her dad and organisation chief Vince steps down.
WWE's chief brand officer claimed it is virtually impossible for one person to fill the role of chairman Vince.
Billionaire boss McMahon, 75, revolutionised WWE from a regional business into a global phenomenon after taking over the company in 1982.
And daughter Stephanie revealed it will be a group effort to keep things ticking over when her old man finally walks away.
Speaking to Bloomberg Business of Sports via Wrestling Inc. she said: "I don’t think there will ever be a person to person replacement for Vince McMahon. He does too much.
"The landscape would look different however it shakes out.
"But I think it’s a marriage of institutional knowledge, the incredible production value, the creation of talent IP and storylines and really strong business executives to help us expand. I think it’s a combination of things."
Stephanie married legendary Triple H on screen and in real life and the 44-year-old shares three kids with the semi-retired wrestler.
And she lauded her father's work to make WWE the booming business it is today.
Stephanie added: "It’s really remarkable when you think about our history and what Vince accomplished.
"Think about what he’s done. He took what was a regional business and had the vision to go around and create one organisation, nationally and then ultimately globally.
"My father saw the opportunity for syndication; he saw the opportunity for advertising.
"Ultimately he saw the opportunity to really create something that had never risen to the level of popularity it had never been.
It’s really remarkable when you think about our history and what Vince accomplished."
"Vince’s perspective has always been to be slightly ahead of the curve, you never want to be behind.
"So that’s why we were one of the first, five years ago, to launch our streaming service, the WWE Network. We did learn a lot from that time."
Vince's son and Stephanie's brother Shane McMahon is also involved in the family business as a producer and minority owner.
The 51-year-old last fought in the ring in 2019 but made his return to Monday Night Raw last month to announce a huge title defence for Drew McIntyre.
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