Stephanie McMahon Net Worth, Career, Relationships

Stephanie McMahon Net Worth

Being a head-honcho of the WWE, Stephanie McMahon net worth remains under the radar of professional wrestling fans. The mainstream audience is similarly interested in her given that she’s one of the most influential figures in all of the United States sports.

With WWE Legend Triple H backing her up, Stephanie McMahon net worth is increasing day by day and it’s reportedly surpassed her husband. Obviously, these two are the power couple of WWE as they bear the legacy of the biggest professional wrestling company in the world, following the footsteps of Vince McMahon.

Stephanie McMahon Net Worth

Stephanie McMahon net worth, as of 2023, is estimated to be around $150 million. She owns 2.5% of the total shares of WWE and has a voting power of 4.5%. Her net worth makes her one of the richest women in the United States.

She earns over $2 million annually for her role as the Chief Brand Officer and this number increases when she makes on-screen appearances for storylines.

Stephanie McMahon Early Life

Stephanie McMahon is an appealing fourth generation of wrestling promoter of her big and renowned McMahon family. Born to Vince and Linda McMahon she started working for the highly accomplished WWE at the tender age of thirteen. During the initial days, she appeared regularly on-air for WWE, World Wrestling Federation.

Stephanie had a brief on-screen relationship with Triple H and after their marriage, in 2001, she became the stunning on-screen owner of Extreme Championship Wrestling during The Invasion. After taking such a huge responsibility following the same year, she also took another responsibility on her shoulder as the General Manager of SmackDown. But after her match with her father, her appearance on television became absolutely sporadic.

Before her complete disappearance from on-screen, Stephanie McMahon started appearing regularly on Raw in 2008. Her marriage with Triple H made them one of the highly influential and powerful couples and they together formed the stable The Authority and thereby made their public appearances and romanticised their relationship.


She is the fourth-generation wrestling promoter of the McMahon family. Stephanie started appearing on WWE TV in 1999 as part of a storyline with The Undertaker. After winning the WWF Women’s championship, she became the on-screen owner of the Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) as part of The Invasion storyline. The next year, McMahon became the General Manager of SmackDown Live.


In 2000 during a scripted relationship, McMahon started dating Paul Levesque, known as Triple H. The couple got engaged on February 14, 2003, and got married on October 25, 2003. The couple has three daughters together, Aurora Rose, Murphy Claire, and Vaughn Evelyn.

Awards & Achievement

Before having a successful career as a senior authority in WWE, Stephanie also had a successful wrestling career and won several titles as well. These included multiple titles given to her by ‘Pro Wrestling Illustrated’ and ‘Wrestling Observer Newsletter.’ She won the ‘WWF Women’s Championship,’ with 2 Slammy Awards. She has won several other awards and honours from multiple News Channels, Magazines, Television award shows, and other powerful organisations.

To work in a challenging environment that will test me at all levels and allow me to utilize and ameliorate my professional as well as personal skills by way of positive contribution to the organization while at the same time being resourceful, innovative and flexible.