WWE News: Stephanie McMahon gets interviewed by 13-year old girl about bullying, advice for future business women, and training for her SummerSlam match
WWE star Stephanie McMahon sat down with the 13-year old daughter of a journalist for the LA Times to discuss the Be A Star campaign. Among the highlights:
Steph on bullying: "I would suggest that they tell a trusted adult. It's very important that you tell someone when you are being bullied, someone that you trust. You should never be quiet when you are being bullied or when you see someone being bullied. It's so important to stand up and say something."
Steph on advice for future business women: "I would say the two most important things are to believe in yourself. You have to have confidence. You have to believe in yourself and you also need to have a very strong education. So you need to utilize all of the people and all of the tools that are around you to help you succeed. So if that means staying in school a little longer, if that means learning another language, if that means getting a degree that's higher than a college degree, those are the things that you need to do. But the most important thing is to believe in yourself and respect yourself."
Steph on training for SummerSlam: "Late at night, I train after I put my kids to bed, because putting my kids to bed is very important to me. I have three daughters, they are 8, 6 and soon to be 4. So I train after they go to bed. And it's very challenging, but I've got to do it because health and fitness are also very important to being a success."
Shore's Slant: Fun little interview with Stephanie that, of course, ends with the most important question: Do you like your Triple H with long or short hair?
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