Stephanie McMahon on playing a bully on TV and then sending an anti-bullying message off-air

Stephanie McMahon spoke with the AP’s Dan Gelston about WWE’s new agreement with Boys and Girls Clubs of America, and how she plays a bully on television, yet delivers an anti-bullying message outside the ring. “I address it immediately that my character portrays a bully,” she said. “But that’s my character. And we’re utilizing stories to tell messages. In reality, these are things that are happening and we need to give you the tools that you need to stand up in real life against these issues.” Read the full story at

Powell’s POV: Titus O’Neil also chimed in and essentially said he tells kids that the business is a work when they ask questions about what they see on television.

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