Stephanie McMahon is creating plenty of headlines these days after an incredible WrestleMania 31 in Santa Clara, California left WWE fans with plenty of questions about her future.
There is the real possibility that Stephanie will face off against UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey at next year's Mania in Texas.
But this speculation has been replaced by the news today that Stephanie will be out of action for the next four or five weeks, which will include her absence from television for that time period as well.
While this might not be a devastating blow for many WWE fans who somewhat resent Vince McMahon's daughter and Triple H's wife, Stephanie is nonetheless an integral cog in the WWE machine these days, and her presence will be missed.
Monday Night Raw saw Stephanie and HHH miss out because they were supposedly on a 'tropical vacation' somewhere with no cell reception. But in reality, Stephanie is a 2015 Eisenhower Fellow with 8 other executives from around the world, according to reports, and she will miss the next four or five weeks of WWE action.
"Stephanie could be off WWE TV for up to 4-5 weeks if reports of her being overseas with the Eisenhower Fellows Multi Nation Program are true," NoDQ reported.
"We noted back in October 2014 that Stephanie was announced as a 2015 Eisenhower Fellow with 8 other executives from around the world. Beginning April 5th, the Eisenhower Fellows in the MNP program were scheduled to go on a 4-5 week trip visiting one or two countries."
Will she be missed?
Reports of Stephanie's scheduled disappearance have not been confirmed by the WWE, but while NoDQ acknowledges that this report is only speculation, the dates certainly do match up.
"We don't know for sure that Stephanie is on the Eisenhower Fellows trip but it was scheduled to begin April 5th so the dates do match up," the website added.
The truth is, some WWE fans will not miss Stephanie one bit and they won't have missed Triple H either on Raw.
Many fans reserve plenty of criticism for the pair, but what are your thoughts? Leave your comments in the box below.
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