In May of 2016, WWE’s Chief Brand Officer and Billion Dollar Princess Stephanie McMahon announced she was writing her memoir about growing up in the
pro wrestling sports entertainment business for Simon & Schuster.
After a rumored release in September of that year came and went, word came down it was delayed until somewhere between 2017 and 2020 because Steph realized she had “much more to share”.
During her pre-Mae Young Classic Facebook Live Q & A yesterday (Sept. 12), fans asked about the status, but didn’t get a reply. That prompted someone on Twitter to post this:
Every time we mention @StephMcMahon's book she's like pic.twitter.com/Ksr2S0K6qm— Sarah ✌ (@SarahMarie4321) September 12, 2017
Which got a reply from McMahon, who good naturedly announced the project is “officially on hold”:
LOL! My book is officially on hold. There are too many stories that need to be told before mine. One day, I promise! https://t.co/StQ9hIiBQK— Stephanie McMahon (@StephMcMahon) September 12, 2017
So there you have it. Don’t hold your breath for that story of Vince standing up to the mob. It was probably a walk in the part compared to being headbutted by Kevin Owens, anyway.