Stephanie McMahon is a former professional wrestler and current corporate executive from the United States. As of this writing, Stephanie has a net worth of $150 million. She and Triple H have both been married since 2003, but Stephanie is the primary beneficiary of the couple’s wealth thanks to her ownership in WWE common stock. For more than a decade, Stephanie has been married.
At the time of this writing, Stephanie owns a stake in the WWE worth 2.47 percent. In the last few years, the value of her approximately 2.5 million WWE stock shares has fluctuated between $40 million and $225 million.
Stephanie McMahon – Childhood
On September 24, 1976, Stephanie McMahon was born in Hartford, Connecticut, USA. As a member of the McMahon wrestling dynasty that dates back to the 1920s, she is a household name. Vince McMahon, her father, founded World Wrestling Entertainment and currently serves as its chairman and CEO (WWE). Stephanie McMahon began posing for World Wrestling Federation (WWF) catalogues when she was just 13 years old. In 1998, she earned a bachelor’s degree in communications from Boston University.
Wrestling Career of Stephanie Mcmahon
When Vince McMahon’s daughter McMahon first appeared in 1999, Vince Russo suggested that McMahon should be introduced as the innocent and nice daughter of Vince McMahon. For many people, McMahon became an iconic figure. Steph was kidnapped by The Undertaker and saved by Stone Cold Steve Austin during the April Backlash pay-per-view.
In this story, they were the only characters. Her on-screen romance with wrestler Test led to an on-screen feud with her only brother Shane McMahon, which has lasted throughout the years.
Video of Triple H drugging and transporting McMahon to Las Vegas, where they were married in a drive-through ceremony, cut short their in-ring engagement ceremony. In 2000, McMahon retained her World Wrestling Federation Women’s Championship for the first time in her illustrious career.
She left the WWF for two years before returning in 2002 as general manager of SmackDown Live. After losing a match to her mother, Linda McMahon, Stephanie McMahon vanished from WWF television for two years.
Stephanie made only sporadic appearances on WWF between 2005 and 2007, making her first appearance as a villain in October 2005’s Raw Homecoming.
In March 2006, a visibly pregnant McMahon appeared on an episode of “Raw” and also appeared to be obviously pregnant. In April 2007, she returned to the WrestleMania 23 backstage area to see her father before his Battle of the Billionaires match against Triple H. Her father had an illegitimate child who was on the WWE roster when he returned to “Raw” after faking his own death, according to McMahon’s public statements.
For the next year, she appeared on Raw frequently before taking a break for the second time in 2013. By the middle of 2013, she was able to return to WWE television appearances with the help of her husband, Triple H. Bully owner was the gimmick she used. The couple was known as “The Authority” for three years, from 2013 to 2016.
People all over the world took notice in 2016 when Vince McMahon named Stephanie as the Raw brand’s commissioner.
Her triumphant return to WWE Raw took place on October 30, 2017, when she confronted Raw General Manager Kurt Angle.
Rousey’s signing with WWE sparked an immediate feud with McMahon, which culminated in a tag-team match at WrestleMania 34 between Rousey and Kurt Angle, who was also in the match with her husband Triple H. She had not competed since SummerSlam 2014, and this was her first time at WrestleMania. She and her team were unable to recover after Rousey tapped her out in the first round. This setback limited her television appearances for the remainder of the season, and she hasn’t returned since then.
Business Career of Stephanie McMahon
She went on to work full-time in the WWF’s business department after graduating. Stephanie McMahon was promoted to Chief Brand Officer in 2013 after serving in a variety of roles at World Wrestling Entertainment, which her father owns and operates. She is the sole WWE superstar/diva from a fourth generational background. “The Billionaire Princess” is Stephanie McMahon’s WWE moniker, and she has held the titles of Women’s Champion and SmackDown General Manager.
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To become Administrator of the Small Business Administration, her mother Linda McMahon resigned from her position as WWE General Manager in 2011.
After serving as an account executive and receptionist from 1998 to 2002, McMahon held positions of increasing responsibility, including Director of Creative Television, Senior Vice President of Creative Writing, Executive Vice President in charge of both creative development and business operations, and Chief Brand Officer, beginning in 2007. Stephanie McMahon has been awarded three Slammy Awards and the Vincent J. McMahon Legacy of Excellence Award.
On the Other Hand…
On ESPN, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Opie and Anthony, and many other shows, McMahon has appeared as a guest host or guest hostess. When WWF stars competed against each other for their own charities on an episode of NBC’s “The Weakest Link,” her name was mentioned.
In the final two, she lost to her husband, WWE superstar Triple H. “Punk’d” had her as a guest star on the season finale. In 2009, she appeared on “The Market Morning Show” on the Business News Network to discuss the stock market. She appeared on an episode of “Dinner: Impossible” on the Food Network at the end of the year.
The Special Olympics of Connecticut named her honorary chairman in October 2013 after a successful campaign. Stephanie has also appeared in various WWE video games as a cameo character. When she was cast as a new employee at the WWE business office in an episode of “Undercover Boss,” she portrayed her character perfectly.
Triple H Levesque, a former professional wrestler and WWE executive, is her husband. As part of their pre-planned romance, they started seeing each other in the year 2000. A few months after their engagement, they tied the knot in Sleepy Hollow, New York on Valentine’s Day, 2003. Stephanie formally adopted her husband’s last name and legally changed her middle name to McMahon, which is her maiden name, following their marriage. Aurora Rose Levesque (born in 2006), Murphy Claire Levesque (born in 2008), and Vaughn Evelyn Levesque (born in 2010) are the couple’s three daughters (born in 2010). The eldest of the Levesque children, Aurora Rose, was born first.
McMahon and her husband donated $2,700 to Chris Christie’s presidential campaign.