Stephanie McMahon
Professional wrestling personality
Stephanie McMahon
Stephanie McMahon Levesque better known by her maiden name Stephanie McMahon, is an American corporate executive who is currently the Executive Vice President, Creative, for World Wrestling Entertainment. She is also a former professional wrestling valet and occasional wrestler. She is the daughter of WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon and Linda McMahon, the younger sister of Shane McMahon, and wife of WWE wrestler Paul "Triple H" Levesque.
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The Best WWE-Themed Photoshops From President Donald Trump's Inauguration
Forbes - about 1 month
The worlds of professional wrestling and American politics once again collided during the Presidential inauguration, something that figures to be a theme for at least the next four years, as Stephanie McMahon and Triple H attended President Trump's big day. The internet took it from there.
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Dana White reveals why Ronda Rousey will be retiring soon -
Google News - 4 months Dana White reveals why Ronda Rousey will be retiring soon The former women's bantamweight champion revealed on Tuesday that her upcoming bout with Amanda Nunes at UFC 207 would be 'one of my last fights.' Now UFC president Dana White has confirmed that news as well by saying that Rousey has informed ... Miesha Tate expected Ronda Rousey to get title shot, but still wants to fight herMMA Fighting Stephanie McMahon Wants Ronda Rousey For Cris Cyborg on Ronda Rousey fight: '135 is not an option'Bloody Elbow Bleacher Report -News Every day all 99 news articles »
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Stephanie McMahon, Triple H, other wrestling stars mourn death of Joanie 'Chyna' Laurer
LATimes - 10 months
Former WWE star Joanie "Chyna" Laurer was found dead in her Redondo Beach home on Wednesday. Laurer was one of WWE's most famous wrestlers until her departure from the company in 2001. A former women's champion and Intercontinental champion, Laurer's death has sparked an outpouring of reaction...
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Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Is Returning To 'WrestleMania'
Huffington Post - about 1 year
Fans of "The Rock" are in for a huge treat come 2016.  That's right. Dwayne Johsnon, aka The People's Champion, announced on Monday via Instagram that he'll be appearing at WWE's "WrestleMania 32" in 2016.  "IT'S OFFICIAL," he wrote alongside a photo of himself in the ring. "People's Champ is coming home to do 3 things with THE PEOPLE: Set an ALL-TIME attendance record, ELECTRIFY Dallas like never before & make all time #WRESTLEMANIA history." He continued, "THANK YOU #WWEUniverse! It’s always an honor coming home and I wouldn’t miss it for the world." IT'S OFFICIAL: People's Champ is coming home to do 3 things with THE PEOPLE: Set an ALL-TIME attendance record, ELECTRIFY Dallas like never before & make all time #WRESTLEMANIA history. And we have FUN. Ok that's four things but you know what the hell The Rock's sayin'.. . THANK YOU #WWEUniverse! It's always an honor coming home and I wouldn't miss it for the world. #PeoplesChamp4L #MakingElectrifyingHis ...
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WWE News: WWE Announces New ‘Tough Enough’ Host, Trainers, And Expert Panel
The Inquisitor - almost 2 years
It’s been weeks since the announcement of Tough Enough returning to TV. In the past, Stone Cold Steve Austin, along with Booker T, Bill DeMott, and Trish Stratus made Tough Enough a successful program. Even though the winner didn’t pan out in the slightest, it was still great to see the show — which made the careers of Ryback, John Morrison and the Miz — return. Since Austin is too busy to host Tough Enough, the WWE needed to find a new host that would fit the same qualities as Austin. The Texas Rattlesnake knew how to get the best out of his workers. WWE officials trusted Austin and it worked. Not many WWE fans thought Ariane would grow to be a WWE diva, and look how she turned out. She did and competed well with the Funkadactyls. Since the announcement, WWE fans all around the world wanted to know who would host Tough Enough. They finally have their answer, as the WWE officially announced the incredible panel and host for the program. “USA Network and WWE announced today that ...
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Wrestling star Chyna calls out Stephanie McMahon in strange YouTube videos
Fox News - almost 2 years
Let's get ready to rumble? Wrestling personality Chyna is coming after Stephanie McMahon in a series of bizarre YouTube videos.
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All Wrestling, All the Time: WWE Network First Impressions
The Street - about 3 years
LAS VEGAS (TheStreet)-- If there's one thing that World Wrestling Entertainment knows how to do, it's build excitement around its brand. Last night was no different, as the entertainment company announced its WWE Network, a 24/7 streaming service, akin to Netflix . With the new network, the company aims to not only build excitement, but generate some serious revenue growth as well.Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon, who else!, kicked off the event, telling the crowd at the Consumer Electronics Show that the company will begin to make use of its massive library of content (some 100,000+ hours worth) by affording fans a place to relive the "sport's" glory days by watching pay-per-views (including WrestleMania) all in one place. WWE launches it's network. Note new logo #ces2014 #wwe Chris Ciaccia (@Chris_Ciaccia) January 9, 2014 The new network, which starts Feb. 24 in the U.S. right after Raw, the WWE's flagship program, will cost $9.99 per month with a 6-mo ...
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WWE Raw results and reactions from last night (Oct. 14): Rhodes Family Dynasty
Cageside Seats - over 3 years
WWE returned to the USA network for Monday Night Raw last night (Oct. 14, 2013) from the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri, featuring the Rhodes brothers, Cody and Dustin (Goldust), winning the tag team titles from The Shield in what turned out to be an awesome main event match and segment. I wasn't able to catch the show live, so these aren't real time reactions. Yes, we're going old school with an abbreviated version, which works fine this week seeing as the show was littered with filler. Click here for the live blog and full results. On to reactions: Shawn Michaels coming back was less than useless here. I'm not sure how much of a ratings draw he is but that seems to be the only reason he was called in to show up, because he didn't do anything this week that he didn't do last week. He may have even been given the very same script. Plus, I want to shake him and scream every time he says "H-B-Shizzle". He's now the old man who desperately wants to stay hip but m ...
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You can sign a petition to keep Big Show out of jail, bring him back to WWE
Cageside Seats - over 3 years
As you are all likely well aware of by now, Big Show is currently homeless, unemployed, and still facing jail time after his vicious assault on Triple H just one week ago today on Monday Night Raw. "The World's Largest Athlete" knocked out his boss and now he's paying the price for it. But it's a cruel injustice! And you can help bring him back! Indeed, NXT wrestler Xavier Woods started an online petition over the weekend as a way to appeal to what WWE has taken to calling "The Authority" (The McMahon family power trip) to drop all charges against Big Show and give him his house and job back. From Last Monday on Raw, Big Show was slapped in the ring by Stephanie McMahon, fired from WWE and evicted from his home because he dared to defy "The Authority." What ensued was an outpouring of support from his fellow Superstars, like John Cena, Zack Ryder and The Bella Twins as they and their Twitter followers signed Woods' petition in droves. By Monday, the petitio ...
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Preview for the October 7, 2013 episode of WWE Raw: Hunter's Crossing
Cageside Seats - over 3 years
What you need to know There is still no WWE champion. After weeks of indentured servitude and abuse at the hands of Chief Operating Officer (COO) HHH and especially his wife Stephanie McMahon, Big Show snapped last night at Battleground. The title was already held in abeyance due to suspicions of referee impropriety at Night of Champions. And it remains there following Show knocking out everyone but the timekeeper from last night's main event between Daniel Bryan and Randy Orton to decide who would hold the gold. Show wasn't the only one who went off of The Game's script last night. Cody Rhodes and Goldust shocked the tag team champs and thrilled the world with an amazing victory that means their father keeps his job with WWE Developmental, and that they are both employed with the company again. At least for now... As Eddie Dane would say, Paul Heyman was only half-smart last night. Whether it was a distraction gone wrong or his emotions getting the better of him, ...
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WWE Night of Champions match card preview: Fatal Fourway for the Divas Championship
Cageside Seats - over 3 years
Divas Championship AJ Lee (c) vs. Brie Bella vs. Naomi vs. Natalya Throughout 2012, AJ Lee cemented herself as the obvious face of the Divas division. She held a major spotlight in top storylines and main events involving superstars such as CM Punk, Daniel Bryan, and John Cena. Vince McMahon even appointed her as the general manager of Raw during an extremely hyped wedding segment on the 1000th episode of Monday Night Raw. AJ Lee was indisputably the untouchable diva. This year, AJ finally put the cherry on top of her great run of success when she won the Divas Championship on June 16th at Payback. All you have to do is look at the tattoo on the back of her neck to see for yourself how much this moment personally meant to her. But ever since then, AJ has slowly taken a back seat to a new phenomenon: Total Divas. The Road to Night of Champions E! Network's hit reality show provided a showcase for several other divas on the WWE roster, including The Bella Twins, Na ...
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WWE championship Money in the Bank ladder match participants announced
Cageside Seats - over 3 years
Last night's (June 24, 2013) episode of Monday Night Raw from North Charleston, South Carolina, featured the continuation of the McMahon family nonsense overrunning absolutely anything that has to do with or anything backstage or really anything involving the announcing of a match. That's why no one batted an eye when Stephanie McMahon showed up, shamed Vickie Guerrero, and promptly announced the seven participants in the WWE championship Money in the Bank ladder match set for the pay-per-view (PPV) of the same name on Sun., July 14, 2013, at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They are: CM Punk Daniel Bryan Randy Orton Rob Van Dam Kane Sheamus Christian All former champions with impressive resumes, as the match preview post points out: With its seven participants accounting for 12 WWE Title reigns and 19 Money in the Bank outings combined, the veritable all-star lineup of this year's WWE Championship Contract contest mak ...
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Underrated and Under Appreciated Wrestler Series: Jackie Moore
Cageside Seats - almost 4 years
If you were to ask wrestling fans, "Who was the greatest female wrestler to have graced the WWE?", the majority of answers would consist of either Trish Stratus, Chyna, or Lita. How far do you have to get down that list until someone mentions arguably the most talented female performer to grace the WWE: Jackie Moore. Jackie Moore was a top-notch worker in a division that (at least in WWE's case) is often sorely lacking. With a strong background in martial arts, Moore utilized a fast-paced and technical style that crafted interesting matches, even with the limited time and ability of her opponents. In a time in which WWE was transitioning to the Diva concept, Jackie Moore showed that beauty and talent didn't have to be mutually exclusive. In an article for, Jim Ross had this to say about Moore's talent: "Jackie Moore is one of, if not THE most underrated female performer ever to work in the wrestling business... "People have to realize, Jackie was operating ...
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CSS Survivor Series Tournament First Round Match: The Whole Damn Foot vs. Lords of Destruction
Cageside Seats - over 4 years
Let's continue the Cageside Seats (CSS) Survivor Series Tournament, shall we? Next up on the docket is C.J. Bradford's squad, The Whole Damn Foot, taking on DarkTalon's gang, Lords of Destruction. The Whole Damn Foot The Rock Triple H Rick Rude Sycho Sid Mark Henry Stephanie McMahon (WC) VS. Lords of Destruction Undertaker Edge Kane Christian Rob Van Dam Paul Bearer (WC) You'll vote in this tournament in the same way we've voted in every other tournament. Take a look at the teams you see above and choose who you think the winner should be. To vote The Whole Damn Foot simply write: Vote - Foot To vote Lords of Destruction simply write: Vote - Lords Good luck! Here's a promo from Dark Talon on why you should vote for Lords of Destruction: Ring Announcer: "At this time, please welcome the greatest tag team in the history of the world, the Rated-R Superstar and Captain Charisma, two members of the Lords of Destruction, EDGE AND CHRISTIAN!"(Music Hits ...
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Cageside Seats Weekly RECs: Week ending Oct. 19
Cageside Seats - over 4 years
We're back with yet another dose of amazing work injected by you, the Cageside commenters. Many of you have impressed us all by producing some amazing work and golden comments yet again. So it's that time of the week to recognize the excellent FanPosts, FanShots, and comments that were the "Best in the World" (of Cageside) this past week. Again, thanks to Cagesider Ecstasy with Extra Cheese for cleverly naming our Weekly Cageside Commenters Awards the RECs, which perfectly sums up what this series tries to do. After all, without all of you, Cageside Seats would not be the greatest pro wrestling website on the Internet. So, without further ado, we present to you... The cSs REC Awards: Recognizing Excellence in Contributing FOR EXCELLENCE IN AUTHORING OF FANPOSTS: Cagesider Clownburger thought about the sense and nonsense in today's WWE Cagesider The Notorious Eddie Mac presented the WWE midseason Slammys ______________________________________________________ ...
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Denise Albert: Are You a Mom On a Mission?
Huffington Post - over 4 years
Just seven months ago I posted a piece, "The Moms Who Do It All." It was just days before we presented our first fashion show at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week at Lincoln Center. The piece was my reflection on the journey to following my dreams and being able to accomplish something I never imagined I would have done. And while the show was wildly successful, the moment it ended we began to think about ways to expand on the idea. The first time, we knew we wanted to create an event that placed the every day mom on the runway in clothes that all of us really wear. But what makes our event different from every other fashion show is that our show isn't all about the clothes. Yes, of course, the clothes matter. The clothes on our runway really do showcase a wide range of affordable to splurge, daywear to evening wear, active wear to maternity wear. But what also makes our show unique are the models strutting their stuff. This time, we wanted to feature Moms On A Missi ...
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Cageside Seats Tournament Finals: Why you should vote for "Macho Man" Randy Savage
Cageside Seats - over 4 years
The Cageside Seats Pro Wrestling Tournament has reached its finals after a long two month road to the end that featured a lot of bumps in the road for some elite talent of the industry. Except for "Stone Cold" Steve Austin and "Macho Man" Randy Savage, the two men who will battle it out starting tomorrow (Aug. 27, 2012) and ending Wednesday night at midnight CT. Geno has been stumping for Austin while I've been campaigning for Savage. I've written three pieces on the career of "Macho Man" explaining why he is undoubtedly the greatest wrestler of all-time. In the first piece, I discussed his pre-WWE days where he was invented the Reality TV era and the New World Order (nWo) invasion years and years before they actually came to fruition. In part two, his historic WWE run was highlighted including his WrestleMania III match with Ricky Steamboat, heralded as the greatest match in the promotion's history and one of the greatest matches in the sport period. We also touched ...
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Stephanie McMahon
  • 2016
    Age 39
    In May 2016, Stephanie announced via Twitter that she will be writing her memoir and it is expected to release in 2017.
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  • 2014
    Age 37
    On December 2, 2014, WWE released the WWE Fit Series, starring McMahon as a trainer in a fitness video designed for women.
    More Details Hide Details Triple H starred in a similar video for men titled WWE Power Series. McMahon, appeared in a voice over role as herself in the new direct-to-video animated film Scooby-Doo! and WWE: Curse of the Speed Demon.
    In June 2014, as part of the ongoing storyline with Bryan, McMahon threatened to fire his wife Brie Bella if Bryan did not relinquish the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, which forced Brie to quit before slapping McMahon in the face.
    More Details Hide Details On the June 16 episode of Raw, Roman Reigns spiked the coffee Vickie Guerrero gave to McMahon, causing Stephanie to throw up on Vickie and leave with Triple H to the hospital. Vickie later gave Reigns a chance in the battle royal, which he would win. On the June 23 episode of Raw, Vickie lost in a pudding match against McMahon with her job on the line, after interference by Alicia Fox, Layla and Rosa Mendes. Vickie ultimately lost the match and was fired, however she got her retribution over McMahon by throwing her into the mud pool. After Brie quit, McMahon put Brie's sister Nikki in several handicap matches as punishment. Brie returned to television on the July 21 episode of Raw, appearing in the crowd leading to confrontation between the two. McMahon got arrested with the assault of battery, because she slapped Brie, who was not a (kayfabe) WWE employee The following week, McMahon granted Brie her job back and a match at SummerSlam against her in order to get Brie to drop the lawsuit. On the August 4 episode of Raw, after their contract signing, Stephanie pedigreed both twins. At SummerSlam, Nikki turned on Brie, allowing Stephanie to hit a pedigree on Brie having Stephanie win her first pay per view match in over 10 years.
    On April 15, 2014 during WWE's annual Business Partners Summit, Stephanie confirmed a new WWE logo that would debut the night after WWE SummerSlam although it's already showing up on WWE products like the WWE Network and NXT.
    More Details Hide Details On August, 5th at the Needham fireside conference, Stephanie alongside with her husband Triple H, and WWE Chief strategy and financial officer George Barrios, discussed the Creative side of WWE, the WWE Network, and the difference between WWE and UFC.
  • 2013
    Age 36
    On December 4, 2013 WWE announced the promotion of Stephanie to chief brand officer, where she will now lead efforts to further enhance WWE's brand reputation among key constituents including advertisers, media, business partners, and investors.
    More Details Hide Details McMahon will also serve as the lead ambassador of WWE and work with business units to support key growth initiatives. Stephanie will also lead WWE's targeted youth and moms marketing programs. McMahon's new position enabled her to spearhead the continued partnership with General Mills' Totino's brand. On February 5, 2014, Stephanie McMahon along with CMO and CRO Michelle Wilson announced a partnership between WWE and KaBOOM! to build a playground for WWE's annual WrestleMania week in Louisiana. McMahon earned a combined salary of over $775,000 between her corporate role and as an on-screen talent in 2013. She also owns over $77 million in WWE stock.
    In November 2013, McMahon signed a three-year performers contract with the WWE, confirming her as a regular on its programming.
    More Details Hide Details She and Triple H continued to rule the company as a controlling "power couple" dubbed The Authority. Swearing that their actions were "best for business", the pair would belittle and punish any talent that went against their ideology, and formed a particular vendetta against Daniel Bryan. McMahon was at ringside when Triple H lost to Bryan at WrestleMania XXX.
    On June 3, 2013, McMahon made an appearance to reveal her decision not to allow Triple H to compete that night.
    More Details Hide Details On the June 17 Raw, McMahon confronted new Divas Champion AJ Lee. On the July 8 Raw, McMahon fired Vickie Guerrero from the position of Raw Managing Supervisor when the WWE Universe voted "Failed" during Guerrero's job evaluation. On the August 19 episode of Raw, Stephanie turned heel when she interrupted Daniel Bryan and supported the actions of her husband at SummerSlam the previous night, telling Bryan that he wasn't suitable to be the face of the company. Later in the night Stephanie stood beside Triple H and her father as they celebrated Randy Orton's WWE Championship Coronation, during which Daniel Bryan was attacked by The Shield and subsequently by Orton.
    On April 6, 2013, McMahon inducted former on-screen rival Trish Stratus into the WWE Hall of Fame.
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  • 2012
    Age 35
    On July 23, 2012, McMahon made an appearance on the 1000th episode of Raw where she confronted and then slapped Paul Heyman to convince him to accept a match between Brock Lesnar and Triple H at SummerSlam.
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  • 2007
    Age 30
    On the taped edition of Raw that aired September 3, 2007, McMahon, along with her mother Linda and her brother Shane, made several appearances to confront Mr. McMahon about the child, who was later revealed to be Hornswoggle, turning into a fan favourite.
    More Details Hide Details On Raw's 15 Year Anniversary episode, she appeared along with Shane in a segment—also involving her husband Triple H and Hornswoggle—which ended with her kissing her real life husband Triple H, to humiliate her father on Raw. After the severe injuries sustained by Vince on the June 23, 3-hour edition of Raw, Shane appeared requesting for the Raw Superstars to stand together during what was a 'turbulent time'. Shane's plea was ignored, and subsequently, for the next two weeks, McMahon and Shane urged the superstars to show solidarity. The following week, Shane announced Mike Adamle as their choice to be the new Raw General Manager. After Adamle stepped down as General Manager, Stephanie soon became in charge of the brand and (reignited her feud) and had altercations with Chris Jericho in the following weeks, which involved her firing him (although he was later reinstated). After her father Vince returned, the family began a feud with Randy Orton, who began the storyline by punting Vince in the head. After a few weeks of feuding, Orton and his alliance, The Legacy, punted Shane in the head and performed an RKO on McMahon. Following the attack, he was chased out of the ring by Triple H, who is her real-life husband. The rivalry between Orton, The Legacy and The Mcmahons heated up when Orton attacked and kissed Stephanie. Triple H and the Legacy rivalry continued at WrestleMania XXV, where Triple H defended the WWE Championship against Orton.
    McMahon returned during a backstage segment in April 2007 at WrestleMania 23, visiting her father before his "Battle of the Billionaires" match.
    More Details Hide Details After her father returned to Raw after faking his own death, McMahon publicly revealed that her father had an illegitimate child, who was among the WWE roster.
    McMahon was promoted to executive vice president of Creative in 2007.
    More Details Hide Details She was responsible for overseeing the creative process (Storylines) for all television and pay-per-view programming. She oversaw all aspects of talent management and branding as well as live event booking and marketing, as well as all social and digital media properties. As Executive vice-president, Creative she was able to spearhead the upbringing of the WWE app, which has been downloaded over 20 million times. She was also able to launch a huge partnership with the USO metropolitan Washington, the social media company Tout, and was able to partner with Yahoo to bring WWE content. Stephanie also lead WWE's Creative coalition for their Anti Bullying Campaigns. In addition to her duties, she was responsible for the day-to-day operations for
  • 2006
    Age 29
    McMahon continued to work and travel with WWE throughout her pregnancy, giving birth to Aurora Rose Levesque on July 24, 2006.
    More Details Hide Details The couple had their second child, a daughter named Murphy Claire Levesque, on July 28, 2008, and their third daughter, Vaughn Evelyn Levesque, on August 24, 2010.
    McMahon also appeared at the WWE Hall of Fame induction ceremony on April 1, 2006 and in a backstage vignette with her immediate family at WrestleMania 22.
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    A visibly pregnant McMahon also returned on the March 6, 2006 episode of Raw, approaching Shawn Michaels backstage and claiming to have abdominal pains.
    More Details Hide Details When Michaels left to get her some water, McMahon pulled out an unmarked substance out of her brassiere and poured it into his bottle of water. This substance caused him to become groggy during his match against Shane later in the night, which he lost as a result.
  • 2005
    Age 28
    McMahon returned as a villain once again in October 2005, she, along with her father and, in a surprise twist, her mother fired Raw announcer Jim Ross.
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  • 2004
    Age 27
    In a radio interview with Opie and Anthony in 2004, Levesque claimed he began dating McMahon after being apart from his previous girlfriend, Joanie "Chyna" Laurer, for some time, despite Laurer's claims his relationship with McMahon began while they were still together.
    More Details Hide Details After their marriage, Stephanie took her husband's surname and legally changed her middle name to 'McMahon'. She and Levesque have three daughters. On January 8, 2006, WWE announced McMahon and Levesque were expecting their first child, due on July 27, 2006.
  • 2003
    Age 26
    In the summer of 2003, Vince McMahon began to resent Stephanie's attempts to stop him from pursuing an affair with Sable.
    More Details Hide Details The feud culminated in the controversial first ever "Father–Daughter 'I Quit' match" at No Mercy. McMahon was accompanied by her mother, the CEO of WWE Linda McMahon, and Sable accompanied Vince McMahon in their match. McMahon lost when Linda, at ringside threw in a towel on her behalf because Vince would not release a choke he had on her with a lead pipe. As a result of losing the match, McMahon disappeared from WWE television for two years. The match was made to write Stephanie out of storylines as she was marrying Paul "Triple H" Levesque that week.
  • 2002
    Age 25
    On July 18, 2002, McMahon returned to the WWE (formerly WWF until a lawsuit from the World Wildlife Fund) as the general manager of SmackDown.
    More Details Hide Details In contrast to her McMahon-Helmsley era villain character, Stephanie became a fan favorite, as she began to favor fan favorite wrestlers at that time. She feuded with Raw General Manager Eric Bischoff. On the October 31 episode of SmackDown! at a Halloween party, Stephanie McMahon and Eric Bischoff shared a kiss while McMahon was dressed as a witch and Bischoff was disguised as her father underneath a mask. McMahon was given credit for the return of the WWE United States Championship and for the creation of the WWE Tag Team Championship. She was also credited with signing Hulk Hogan back to SmackDown!, which caused friction between herself and her father.
    McMahon returned in January 2002 when Triple H made a comeback as a fan-favorite, but the good couple began having problems, as McMahon began acting like a nagging and clingy wife.
    More Details Hide Details As part of the storyline, the couple "divorced" after McMahon claimed to be pregnant in order to trick Triple H into renewing their marital vows. Triple H later discovered that she was lying through and left her at the altar during the renewal ceremony. As a result, after Triple H won the Royal Rumble, McMahon appointed herself special guest referee in a match between Kurt Angle and Triple H at No Way Out with Triple H's WrestleMania Undisputed WWF Championship shot on the line. Though Angle won thanks to McMahon's biased officiating, Triple H defeated him the next night to regain his title shot. McMahon then aligned herself with former enemy, Chris Jericho. Despite interference by McMahon, Jericho lost to Triple H at WrestleMania X8 on March 17. On the March 25 episode of Raw, Jericho and McMahon lost to Triple H in a Triple Threat match for the Undisputed Championship, with the stipulation that, if McMahon was pinned, she would be forced to leave the WWF; In the match, Triple H pinned McMahon.
    After spending time as the director of creative writing, a job she had by 2002, she was promoted to Senior Vice President of Creative Writing in 2006.
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  • 2001
    Age 24
    In 2001, she was the on-screen owner of Extreme Championship Wrestling during The Invasion.
    More Details Hide Details The following year, she was the SmackDown General Manager, but stopped appearing regularly on television after an "I Quit" match with her father Vince. After only making sporadic appearances for several years, McMahon began appearing regularly on Raw in 2008 as the Raw brand general manager before disappearing once again. By mid-2013, McMahon returned to regular on-air appearances in the WWE, this time under the gimmick of an unctuous, judgmental, bullying owner along with on-screen chief operating officer, her husband, Triple H. From 2013 to 2016, they acted as a power couple known as "The Authority," making what were often shady decrees while claiming only to be concerned for "what's best for business," all the while romanticizing each other in the process with public displays of affection. The Authority would later expand into a stable with its co-leaders Triple H and herself. In April 2016, The Authority quietly disbanded. She is currently the on-screen commissioner of Raw. She now runs Monday Night Raw while her brother Shane McMahon runs Smackdown.
  • 2000
    Age 23
    McMahon began dating Paul Levesque, better known as Triple H, in 2000 during their scripted romance. They were engaged on Valentine's Day in 2003 and were married on October 25, 2003.
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    On the August 21, 2000 episode of Raw, McMahon lost the WWF's Women's Championship to Lita despite the interferences from Angle and Triple H after special referee, The Rock, performed a spinebuster on McMahon.
    More Details Hide Details The internal disputes between the McMahons led to Linda McMahon being in a comatose and wheel-chair bound state due to the stress of being asked for a divorce by Vince, who took the opportunity to have a public affair with Trish Stratus. McMahon briefly feuded with Stratus, defeating her at No Way Out. Over the next few weeks, Vince made it clear that he favored McMahon over Stratus, allowing McMahon to bully and verbally abuse Stratus. At WrestleMania X-Seven, Shane McMahon defeated Vince in a street fight. During the match, Stratus slapped Vince and chased Stephanie from ringside, apparently upset with Vince's constant misogynistic treatment of her. McMahon later revealed that she had purchased Extreme Championship Wrestling and intended to bankrupt the WWF (in reality, the ownership of ECW assets at this time was highly disputed), along with her brother Shane, who had become the on-screen owner of World Championship Wrestling (WCW), and the two rosters merged to form a "supergroup" known as The Alliance.
    In mid 2000, a love triangle storyline began featuring McMahon, Triple H and Kurt Angle.
    More Details Hide Details The storyline continued at Unforgiven when Triple H defeated Angle with a Pedigree following a low blow from McMahon, proving her loyalty to him. McMahon later became Angle's manager and was in his corner when he defeated The Rock for the WWF Championship at No Mercy. The alliance was short lived, however, as after The Rock performed his Rock Bottom maneuver on McMahon at No Mercy, Triple H attacked Angle, considering it his fault that McMahon was hurt due to her managing Angle at the time.
    Stephanie reconciled with her father and brother at WrestleMania 2000 when they helped Triple H defend his title against The Rock, leaving Linda McMahon as the only fan-favorite in the McMahon family.
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  • 1999
    Age 22
    In late 1999, with Vince McMahon absent as a result of injuries inflicted upon him by Triple H at the Armageddon Pay-per-view, Triple H and McMahon became the on-screen owners of the WWF, a period known as the "McMahon-Helmsley Era" (slightly different from the modern era of "The Authority") and dominated by the McMahon-Helmsley Faction.
    More Details Hide Details Triple H held the WWF Championship and McMahon held the WWF Women's Championship after defeating champion Jacqueline with the help of Tori and D-Generation X on the March 28 edition of SmackDown! On the edition of June 6 of SmackDown, McMahon successfully defended her title against Lita and on the edition of June 16 of SmackDown.
    McMahon then began an on-screen relationship with wrestler Test, which led to a rivalry between him and her older brother Shane. After Test defeated Shane at SummerSlam in a "Love Her Or Leave Her Match", McMahon and Test went on to team together in a match on September 20, 1999, with the couple defeating Jeff Jarrett and Debra.
    More Details Hide Details The couple were eventually engaged, but during the in-ring ceremony, Triple H showed a video which revealed that he had drugged McMahon and taken her to Las Vegas, Nevada where they were married in a drive-through ceremony. McMahon seemed to abhor Triple H at first, but at the inaugural Armageddon event, after Triple H defeated her father in a No Holds Barred Match, left with him after embracing. McMahon confronted Vince the next night on Raw and revealed the wedding was a planned event, which was a revenge plot against her father for the aforementioned kidnappings, thus turning her into a villain.
    In early 1999, at the suggestion of WWF writer Vince Russo McMahon debuted as the sweet daughter of Vince McMahon during an on-screen storyline involving Vince and The Undertaker.
    More Details Hide Details The Undertaker stalked and abducted McMahon at the end of the April Backlash pay-per-view, which culminated in him almost marrying her in the middle of the ring the next night on Raw, before being rescued by Stone Cold Steve Austin.
  • 1998
    Age 21
    After graduating in 1998, she began working for the WWF full-time.
    More Details Hide Details McMahon entered WWF as a model, for WWF Sales and merchandise, but started her WWF career as an Account Executive for the WWF sales office in New York. In her early years with the company, she did reception work, creative design, television production, and acted as a ring performer.
    After graduating from Greenwich High School, she attended Boston University and in 1998 earned a degree in Communications.
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  • 1976
    Stephanie Marie McMahon was born on September 24, 1976 in Williamstown, New Jersey to Linda and Vince McMahon.
    More Details Hide Details She has one brother, Shane McMahon. Soon after her birth, the family moved to Greenwich, Connecticut. There, she attended the selective Greenwich Country Day School, throughout her elementary school years. At the age of 13, McMahon appeared in World Wrestling Federation (WWF) merchandise catalogs, modeling T-shirts and hats.
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