Stephanie McMahon sounded off on the possibility of WWE introducing another Women's Championship Title to the mix in 2020 during a recent interview with Sportskeeda.

When asked about an additional Women's Title being introduced to the WWE Universe, Stephanie responded, "Possibly!"

She added, "I know there aren't any talks happening with regards to adding another Women's Championship at the moment, but possibly. As the Women's Division continues to grow, there may be a need for one."

Also during the interview, McMahon spoke about Ronda Rousey's future with WWE.

"Ronda [Rousey] will definitely be back," said Stephanie. "That is the plan - but, as of now, I'm not sure where and when."

Additionally, she discussed the possibility of WWE moving away from PG-rated programming.

"Well, we're still going to be PG, family friendly, but there is room to push the envelope in some cases," Stephanie said. "In terms of the Lana-Bobby Lashley storyline, WWE is like a variety show."

She continued, "It is, at the end of the day, competition-based, but especially on RAW and SmackDown, you have more of those soap operatic storylines, and that's why it's been showcased on RAW."

Check out the complete Stephanie McMahon interview at Sportskeeda.com/WWE.