In a recent interview with ESPN, Stephanie McMahon revealed that she was nervous before her match at WrestleMania.

Stephanie talked about her holding a For Your Consideration event at the Emmys for a wrestling show:

“It’s exactly where the WWE belongs. This is something that has been in the works for a very long time. We’ve evolved to a place where we actually have this opportunity where we can prove that WWE belongs here. When you consider that Monday Night Raw is the longest running weekly episodic television show in history, with over 1,300 episodes, it beats even “The Simpsons.” It’s because of our stories, incredible characters, and that we empower our audience. Our audience is part of our show. We’re incredibly proud and privileged to be here.”

Stephanie also commented on her first WrestleMania match that happened at WrestleMania 35:

“I have never been more nervous in my life. It was absolutely a dream come true to be able to wrestle at WrestleMania in general. It was the event my father created and I’m teaming with my husband who is arguably one of the greatest stars in history. Having the opportunity to be a part of Ronda Rousey’s debut, and being a part of Kurt [Angle]’s first match in years was an amazing opportunity. It’s a moment I’ll never forget.”

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