Stephanie McMahon Net Worth

Who is Stephanie McMahon and what is her net worth 2018? Stephanie McMahon is a businesswoman who is the current Chief Brand Officer of WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment). She is also the on-screen commissioner of WWE RAW. She is a fourth generation wrestling promoter from the McMahon Family. She is also a former wrestler and was the WWE Women’s Champion. In 2001, McMahon was the owner (on-screen) of ECW (Extreme Championship Wrestling). She has made appearances on WWE’s RAW and SmackDown and is the daughter of WWE’s chairman Vince McMahon. Her grandfather was Vince McMahon Sr. and her great grandfather was Roderick McMahon.

Stephanie Marie McMahon was born in Hartford, Connecticut on September 24, 1976. She was born to parents Vince McMahon and Linda McMahon. She has a brother named Shane McMahon, who too is a part of the wrestling business. Her family moved to Greenwich in Connecticut soon she was born. She went to the Greenwich Country Day School. She used to appear in WWE’s T-Shirts, hats and merchandise catalogs when she was 13.

Stephanie McMahon Net Worth

She completed her graduation in 1994 and then went to Boston University. In 1998, McMahon earned her degree in communication. Following her graduation, she was fully employed with the World Wrestling Entertainment (previously World Wrestling Federation). She first made her entry in the WWE as a bodybuilder and model. She then became an account executive in the New York sales office of WWE.

In 2000, she started dating Paul Levesque (Triple H). They were married in October 2003. They have three daughters together; named Aurora Rose Levesque, Murphy Claire Levesque, and Vaughn Evelyn Levesque.

Stephanie McMahon debuted as the daughter of Vince in 1999. She had an on-screen relationship with WWE wrestler Test. She teamed with Test and defeated Debra and Jeff Jarrett. In the absence of her father, she became the on-screen owner of WWE along with Triple H. She defeated Jacqueline and became the WWE Women’s Champion with the help of D-Generation X and Tori.

In August 2000, Stephanie lost her Women’s Championship to Lita. In 2002, she became the general manager of SmackDown. She has been credited for the formation of WWE Tag Team Championship and also for the return of WWE United States Championship. In 2007, she became the executive vice president of Creative of WWE. She has partnered the WWE with USO, Tout, and Yahoo and also helped in the upbringing of WWE app. In December 2013, Stephanie became the chief brand officer of WWE.

She then partnered the company with Totino’s ‘General Mills. There was also a partnership with KABOOM! In 2014, she changed the logo of WWE. In her career, Stephanie has held the onscreen general manager of both RAW and SmackDown. In July 2016, she became the commissioner of RAW. She made the WWE Universal Championship as the main championship on RAW. She has also appeared in various other TV shows and in numerous WWE video games.

Stephanie McMahon has won the WWE Slammy Awards two times. In 2017, she was given the Stuart Scott ENSPIRE Award. In 2013, she was named as the ‘Woman to Watch’ by Multichannel News. She has been named as the ‘Most Powerful Women in Cable’ four times by Cable magazine.

Stephanie McMahon Net Worth

Stephanie McMahon is the daughter of a billionaire. She started appearing in WWE from the age of 13. She has held several important posts in the WWE both onstage and offstage. By doing so, she has gone on to accumulate good wealth for herself. Stephanie McMahon’s net worth is an estimated $70 million.

She owns stock over $77 million in the WWE. For her corporate role, her salary in 2013 was over $775,000. She started her career as a receptionist in the WWE and went on to become the chief brand officer of the company. She has also held the Women’s Championship once in her career. She has also lent her voice for the animated movie ‘Scooby-Doo! and WWE: Curse of the Speed Demon’.

In 2013, Stephanie McMahon served as the Honorary Chairperson of the Special Olympics of Connecticut. She is a Republican and has donated $2,700 to Chris Christie in his presidential campaign.