Stephanie McMahon Levesque, better known as Stephanie McMahon, is an
American corporate executive who now serves as the Executive Vice
President, Creative, for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). She is
a professional wrestling valet and infrequent wrestler. She held
the WWF Women's Championship in 2000. McMahon is also widely known as
the daughter of WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon and the wife of WWE
wrestler and executive Paul “Triple H” Levesque. She is the
only 4th generation person in the WWE.
From her marriage to Triple H, McMahon has three daughters: Aurora Rose
(born 2006), Murphy Claire (born 2008) and Vaughn Evelyn (born 2010).
She is a fan of Pittsburgh Steelers.
McMahon had breast implants in July 2001.
Mrs. Triple H
Childhood and Family:
Stephanie Marie McMahon was born on September 24, 1976, in Hartford,
Connecticut. She is the daughter of WWE owner Vince McMahon and
Linda McMahon. She has an older brother, Shane McMahon (born January
15, 1970), a former WWE champion and businessman. She is granddaughter
of the wrestling promoter Vincent McMahon and the great-granddaughter
of boxing promoter Jess McMahon. Stephanie graduated from Boston
University with a degree in Communications in 1998.
On October 25, 2003, Stephanie married Paul Levesque (aka Triple H) in
Sleepy Hollow, New York at St. Teresa of Avila Catholic Church. After
the marriage, she goes by the name of Stephanie Levesque. Stephanie and
her husband welcomed their first child, daughter Aurora Rose Levesque,
on July 24, 2006. Their second daughter, Murphy Claire Levesque, was
born on July 28, 2008, followed by their third daughter, Vaughn Evelyn
Levesque, on August 24, 2010.
WWF Women's Champion
Raised around wrestlers and the wrestling business, Stephanie McMahon
had her first taste of the business at age 13 when she appeared in
World Wrestling Federation (WWF) merchandise catalogs, modeling
T-shirts and hats. She then stepped out of the spotlight and worked in
Titan's advertising department after graduating from university. It was
not long before her father came calling and informed her she was being
written into the McMahon soap opera as a full character.
McMahon started appearing regularly on WWE in 1999 as part of a
storyline with The Undertaker. Debuted as the sweet and innocent
daughter of Vince McMahon, she became the victim of Undertaker and had
brief on-screen relationship with Test before emerging as one of the
top five performers on the WWF roster as the megalomaniacal wife of
In 2000, McMahon held the WWF Women's Championship after beating up
champion Jacqueline with the help of Tori and D-Generation X on the
March 28 edition of SmackDown!.
In the following year, McMahon became the the on-screen owner of
Extreme Championship Wrestling during The Invasion. She was the
SmackDown General Manager in 2002, but stopped appearing regularly on
television after an “I Quit” match with her father Vince.
From 2005 to 2007, McMahon only made sporadic appearances on
television. She started appearing regularly in 2008 as the Raw brand
General Manager in “WWF Raw.” She
departed “Raw” and took a hiatus from WWE television
From 2010 to mid 2013, McMahon again made irregular appearances on TV.
During this period, she appeared on the November 1, 2010 episode of
“Monday Night Raw,” was a guest speaker at the WrestleMania
XXVII Press Conference and made a backstage segment appearance at
SummerSlam to wish CM Punk luck in his match. On July 23, 2012, McMahon
appeared on the 1000th episode of “Monday Night Raw,” On
April 6, 2013, she inducted Trish Stratus into the WWE Hall of Fame.
Since the September 30 edition of “Raw,” McMahon has been
named as “one of the principal owners of WWE.”
WWF Women's Championship, 2000