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Proving that the apple doesn't fall far from the tree, Stephanie McMahon has transformed herself into one of the most powerful personalities in sports-entertainment. With an intoxicating combination of beauty and brains, she demands nothing short of excellence. If she doesn't get it from others, Stephanie isn't afraid to step in the ring and beat it out of somebody. (Continue Reading ») | (Photo Gallery ») | (The McMahon-Helmsley Era ») | (Back In Power ») (Stephanie's Marriage To Triple H ») | (Would Stephanie Ever Pose Nude For Playboy? ») | (What Is Stephanie's Bra Size? ») | (Stephanie's Wardrobe Malfunctions ») | (Stephanie's Kids ») | (Stephanie On Social Media ») (Stephanie's Theme Songs ») | (Her Net Worth ») | (How Old Is Stephanie? »)

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Stephanie McMahon
The only daughter of Vince McMahon enjoys throwing her weight around in WWE

  • Stephanie McMahon's marriage to Triple H: The McMahon-Helmsley Era truly began on October 25, 2003 when Paul Levesque, famously known as Triple H, married Stephanie McMahon at St. Teresa of Avila Catholic Church in Sleepy Hollow, New York. Triple H's father was the best man, and the ceremony was described as understated, yet classy.

    Professional wrestling insiders viewed the marriage of Triple H and Stephanie as a real power union. Triple H was already influential in production meetings and creative discussions. His status as Vince McMahon's son-in-law would make his role even more significant. Although most acquaintances believed it was a marriage based on love and commitment, the political dimensions were undeniable as Triple H was poised to remain a WWE powerbroker long after his days as an active wrestler are over.

    Triple H and Stephanie McMahon had become well-acquainted during the storyline leading to the formation of the McMahon-Helmsley Era in 1999. That angle brought Triple H and Stephanie closer together, and their relationship had been blossoming ever since.

    Among those in attendance at the wedding were Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, Shawn Michaels, Kevin Nash, Undertaker, Kurt Angle, William Regal, Fabulous Moolah, Mae Young, Mick Foley, Sgt Slaughter, Arnold Skaaland and Killer Kowalski.

    Nearly 100 onlookers gather near the church to see all the professional wrestling celebrities. State troopers and other police officers ensured the crowd remained at a safe distance and didn't get out of control.

    During a highly candid interview on The Howard Stern Show in 2002, Stephanie disclosed intimate details of her sex life with Triple H. More specifically, she revealed that she would love to try anal sex.

    "I love anal, can't get enough," Stephanie joked in response to a caller's accusation that Triple H loves anal sex. "I'm open to trying anything. Triple H would like it, too. I probably will at some point. Triple H is actually the first Paul I've ever dated. It was unsuccessful the first time I did bondage, I didn't like it. Maybe some other time."

    The called then asked Stern, "Howard, what's the chance she'd give me anal if I came down?" Stephanie responded, "I'd have to give him anal with the strap-on I used on ["Stone Cold" Steve Austin]."

    The couple reside in Weston, Connecticut, near WWE's headquarters in Stamford.

  • Would Stephanie McMahon ever pose nude for Playboy?: The thought of actually seeing someone as attractive as Stephanie McMahon without any clothes on is enough to send your average male grappling fan into a head spin. Naturally, many WWE Universe members have wondered if Vince McMahon's buxom daughter would follow in the footsteps of Sable, Chyna, Torrie Wilson, Christy Hemme, Candice Michelle, Ashley and Maria by posing nude for Playboy. In 2002, Stephanie addressed the matter after being asked by a fan about posing for the renowned publication.

    "I don't know, at this point in my life, probably not. But who knows in the future," Stephanie remarked on November 14, 2002 during a chat session on MSN.com.

    With WWE's commitment to creating family-friendly, TV-PG broadcast programming and Stephanie holding a high-ranking executive position - she is their Chief Brand Officer - don't hold your breath on Stephanie ever participating in any form of pornography. She was, however, complementary of WWE's past partnership with Playboy.

    "Anytime we can expand our reach outside of our audience in a place our audience is not normally found is a good thing for the WWE brand," says McMahon in WWE 50. "It brings new eyeballs onto our programming: it gets people interested. Sable and Chyna doing Playboy was one of those times because suddenly we were mainstream. We were competing in a space that we had never been in before."

    Although Stephanie has never appeared naked in a publication, she has suffered multiple wardrobe malfunctions resulting in the accidental exposure of her intimate areas over the course of her career in WWE. Most infamously, Stephanie was subject to not one but two nipple slips in the buildup to WrestleMania X8.

    While donning a wedding dress showcasing her large cleavage on the February 11, 2002 episode of Raw, Stephanie's right breast was briefly exposed after she was shoved to the ring canvas by an angered Triple H. To add insult to injury, her other breast popped out of her cleavage-baring leather top the following month during a SmackDown! taping in Cleveland, Ohio. Although her brief display of nudity was edited out of the television broadcast on UPN, satellite footage of the the incident managed to surfaced online. During an appearance on The Howard Stern Show on October 17, 2002, McMahon addressed her pair of wardrobe malfunctions.

    "It was really an accident. I was horrified," McMahon said to Stern in response to whether incidents involving the exposure of her nips were planned. "If I had planned to do something like that, that's one thing, but when it sorta happens and you're not planning on it, it's a little unnerving."

    On the 2001 New Year's Day edition of Raw, Stephanie was scripted to suffer an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction as "Stone Cold" Steve Austin pulled a vendor tray off of "The Billion Dollar Princess," ripping her blouse off and leaving her in a topless state - well, as close as she will ever appear in that manner. Then, as Steph bounced backstage, Austin cracked, "There's more foam in that bra than there was in those beers!"

    Stephanie's bare buttocks was also exposed during this time frame - the March 11, 2002 episode of Raw to be exact - after Triple H gripped her pants and thong upon seizing her following a chase. The episode was rebroadcast in February 2008 on WWE 24/7 On Demand with her buttocks digitized.

    In response to Stephanie's refusal to bare all in a pictorial, some desperate fans have assumed the measure of creating nude fakes - bogus photographs depicting the sports-entertainment executive in an uncovered state.

    Stephanie McMahon
    Increased her chest size after seeing a sign in the audience that read "Steph's puppies sag"

  • What is Stephanie McMahon's bra size?: In July 2001, Stephanie McMahon reemerged on television with a new pair of gigantic, silicone-enhanced breasts, whether by design or otherwise, put the WWE Divas' plastic in the shade. Amidst speculation concerning her noticeably enlarged chest, Stephanie said on August 14, 2001 during an appearance on The Opie and Anthony Show that she underwent breast augmentation surgery the previous month - shortly before she became the fictional owner of Extreme Championship Wrestling. She claimed that her decision was provoked by seeing a sign in the audience suggesting that her breasts sagged. With the augmentation, McMahon revealed that her bra size was a D.

    Linda McMahon addressed her daughter's breast endowment months later during an interview with the official WWF website, stating, "My first concerns are always with health issues. Stephanie had thoroughly investigated the procedure, and she had answers to all the questions that I asked, and so I felt comfortable that if that was something that she wanted to do, then she should proceed, and she had my full support."

    Stephanie's augmentation was acknowledged on the August 13, 2001 episode of Raw is War as Chris Jericho mocked her chest's sudden growth. On the TitanTron, Jericho had a video still of a less-endowed Stephanie from the prior year shown alongside a more buxom shot taken the previous week to compare and contrast. Adding insult to injury, Jericho snarked, "It seems like our little billionaire princess sure has grown over the last year! Well, in two specific places at least! Talk about foreign objects - you wanna say let the bodies hit the floor? I would say let the boobies hit the floor!" Stephanie, now concealing her chest with her arms, shrieked, "I don't know what you're talking about Jericho! You must have some kind of an imagination!"

    When the subject was acknowledged in a semi-joking manner during a creative meeting, Stephanie said that she would be happy to go along with the angle if the other writers believed it would elevate Jericho. "She's a great sport," remarked one of her co-workers to the Pro Wrestling Torch.

    Stephanie stated on October 17, 2002 during an appearance on The Howard Stern Show that she underwent the procedure due to her belief that her boobs looked like "melted packets of butter."

    "I had boobs when I was heavier and I lost a lost a lot of weight and they were like melted packets of butter," remarked McMahon. "I just didn't like the way they looked."

    McMahon also contemplated a second augmentation due to recent weight loss making her breasts smaller.

  • Stephanie McMahon's Children: Stephanie McMahon and her husband, Paul Levesque, are the proud parents of three daughters. The official WWE website announced on January 8, 2006 that McMahon and Levesque were expecting their first child. As an executive for WWE, she continued to work and travel throughout the duration of her pregnancy, and on July 27, 2006, gave birth to an eight pound, seven ounce baby girl, Aurora Rose Levesque. McMahon gave birth to her second daughter, Murphy Claire Levesque, on July 28, 2008. Two years later, on August 24, 2010, McMahon welcomed her third daughter, Vaughn Evelyn Levesque.

    During an insightful interview with RXMuscle.com in 2011 discussing her fitness regime after pregnancy, Stephanie revealed she gained a tremendous amount of weight while expecting Aurora.

    "I gained eighty pounds with my first daughter, Aurora. EIGHTY POUNDS!!!" Stephanie recalls. "It took me a year to take it off; I went to a nutritionist and the diet really only got me so far...it was o.k. but I can only eat so many raw vegetables! After Murphy and Vaughn were born I discovered Dave Palumbo who helped me with my diet and strength and conditioning coach, Joe Defranco, who helped me transform my body in the gym. I would never have known a keto diet and steady state cardio on top of strength and conditioning training would be the keys to my success."

  • Stephanie McMahon on social media: On February 27, 2013, Triple H announced through his own Twitter account that his wife, Stephanie McMahon, had just joined the social media platform. The WWE Executive Vice President of Creative, however, is quite tedious on the medium, as her messages generally consist of corporate announcements and furthering company storylines. Her Twitter account is located @StephMcMahon.

    McMahon's other social media outlet is Instagram - find her at instagram.com/stephaniemcmahon. Like other celebrities, there are numerous accounts on Facebook impersonating the sports-entertainment executive. McMahon does not have an account on the popular social networking website.

  • Stephanie McMahon's theme songs: Stephanie McMahon has made her presence known in WWE through music as she has utilized numerous themes since joining forces with Triple H in 1999. As a member of the McMahon-Helmsley Regime, she appeared to the DX Band's "Break it Down" and "My Time" from 1999 through 2002. During "The Invasion" era of WWE in 2001, McMahon briefly came out to "Bodies" by Drowning Pool - the tragic terrorist acts of 9/11 caused it to disappear. Upon being announced as the General Manager of SmackDown on July 18, 2002, appeared to "All Grown Up" by Jacki-O for a decade, through July 23, 2012. In 2013, another Jacki-O song was crafted for McMahon, as she began appearing to "Welcome To The Queendom" at the WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. As a member of "The Authority" alongside Triple H, McMahon began appearing to "King of Kings" by Motorhead on the October 7, 2013 episode of Raw.

  • What is Stephanie McMahon's net worth?: The exact net worth of Stephanie McMahon is unknown, although according to CelebrityNetWorth.com, it is $25 million. She is indeed a millionaire as in 2013, the executive cashed in 833,000 shares of WWE stock for approximately $8,300,000, through 43 separate transactions). While Wall Street analysts were left wondering why she was selling her shares so aggressively, The New York Post reported it was done in part to finance the building of a new home.

    Stephanie McMahon is selling a portion of her Class B shares for personal financial purposes that include building a house,” WWE said in a statement after being asked about the transactions.

  • HLA! HLA! HLA!: At the 2002 edition of Unforgiven, an ecstatic Eric Bischoff brought two lesbians to the ring - Kitana Baker and Tanya Ballinger - to engage in some HLA (Hot Lesbian Action) with Stephanie McMahon, as per the match stipulation. The women were about indulge, when Bischoff called them off and produced a gigantic lesbian in order to further humilate Stephanie. The tables were turned, however, when the massive woman turned out to be Rikishi in drag, who superkicked Bischoff into the corner and administered a massive Stink Face to the outwitted Raw General Manager.

  • Back that ass up: While Stephanie McMahon reigned supreme as the General Manager of SmackDown in 2003, John Cena was moving up the ranks of WWE as his rap-based persona was picking up steam with fans. On the July 24, 2003 edition of SmackDown!, the two sports-entertainment heavyweights collided as the West Newbury, Massachusetts native confronted Stephanie, who was hyping her upcoming match against Sable at Vengeance. with a rap. The final line of his rhyme was, "Nobody's watching us Steph, why don't you let me smack that ass!"

    Stephanie didn't seem to mind Cena's remarks, as she dared the then-26-year-old to "put his money where his mouth is." Cena responded by smacking the ass of Vince McMahon's precious daughter. Fortunately, this was not the only Stephanie booty-related segment of the year.

    Following a commercial break on the April 24, 2003 episode of SmackDown, a close-up was shown of Stephanie's ample booty as she leaned over a desk in her office. She then turned around and asked, "Have I got your attention?" She smiled and said she realizes she's no Torrie Wilson, but that's part of what makes America great - different bodytypes She then said she is proud to be an American and therefore excited to announce the signing of the newest SmackDown Superstar, Mr. America.

  • Sharing a kiss: Besides her husband, Triple H, Stephanie McMahon has locked lips with a select few WWE Superstars throughout her sports-entertainment career, including Chris Jericho, Kurt Angle and Randy Orton and even Eric Bischoff.

    Despite her feud with the then-Raw General Manager throughout 2002, the enemies inexplicably shared a kiss at a Halloween party in which McMahon was dressed as a witch and Bischoff was disguised as her father Vince underneath a mask. Seth Mates, who at the time worked as a member of WWE's creative department, revealed years later that the shocking moment was not included in the script.

    "In no version of any script/rundown from that day will you find the kiss," Mates wrote in 2008 in a column for Newsday.com. "It was never supposed to be part of the show."

    Mates added that the writers wanted to follow up on the kiss. "We threw together a number of ideas to try and follow up on it - A secret affair? A drunken mistake? - but we were told to forget it ever happened. I brought up the point that the reason why it's so easy for fans to stop watching our show is because of dropped storylines like that, but I was told let's forget it ever happened."

  • Let me see that thong: Fans will be happy to know that Stephanie McMahon, WWE's Chief Brand Officer, does indeed wear thongs.

    During a candid interview with "shock jock" Howard Stern on The Howard Stern Show on October 17, 2002, the "King of All Media" asked Stephanie McMahon what kind of underwear she wears. She replied, "A thong." "The Billion Dollar Princes" was asked about her panties again the following month during a chat session on MSN.com as she was queried by a fan in regards to whether she sports thongs on a daily basis. "Yes I do (laughs)," Stephanie remarked.

    In response to the personal nature of the comment, the chat session moderator then said to Stephanie, "I hope you don't mind this kind of question." Stephanie replied, "After Stern everything's easy. (laughs)"

  • How Tall Is Stephanie McMahon?: With Stephanie McMahon often towering over Daniel Bryan in their confrontational segments on WWE programming, some fans are curious to know the WWE executive's height. WWE bills Stephanie at 5'9", while Bryan has said in interviews that he is legitimately 5'8". Stephanie generally wears high heel shows and therefore often appears much taller than the WWE World Heavyweight Champion.

    Love Life Put To The Test

    Stephanie McMahon
    Daddy's Little Girl - Stephanie made her WWE debut as a warm youngster in 1999

    Now 37-years-old, Stephanie Marie McMahon entered the world with the proverbial silver spoon lodged firmly in mouth on September 20, 1976. The second child of Vince and Linda McMahon, Stephanie was born into one of the most powerful wrestling families in the world in Hartford, Connecticut.

    Before Stephanie celebrated her tenth birthday, her father was officially the czar of United States professional wrestling. No longer a regional organization, the World Wrestling Federation had gone national, leaving every other group, with the exception of Jim Crockett Promotions, fighting for survival.

    Stephanie completed her studies in 1998 when she graduated from Boston University, where she earned a degree in Communications. Then, ignoring her peers' advice that she pursue a career outside of sports-entertainment, Stephanie began working for the family business. Starting off as a member of the advertising sales team, 'The Billion Dollar Princess' had to pay her dues, like many others in the World Wrestling Federation.

    Seeing her brother Shane as an on-screen character, Stephanie wanted to get in on the act. Her first television appearance was on the November 30, 1998 episode of Raw: filmed backstage, she was approached by "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, who was on the lookout for The Undertaker.

    Stephanie's first proper appearance took place on the post-WrestleMania XV edition of Raw on March 29, 1999 at the age of twenty-two. Occurring at the height of the hideous Ministry angle, The Undertaker, who was then feuding with Mr. McMahon, set his sights on "Daddy's Little Girl." On the program, 'Taker supposedly kidnapped Stephanie and held her hostage, until Ken Shamrock discovered the distraught belle in a boiler room.

    A few more weeks of Scream-inspired nonsense followed, before Stephanie was abducted by the fiendish "Phenom" at Backlash on April 25, 1999. With the innocent Stephanie firmly in his possession, the "Deadman" arranged for a ceremony the following night on Raw that would forever lock the two in unholy matrimony. Luckily for Stephanie, an unlikely hero made the save when McMahon nemesis "Stone Cold" Steve Austin ran to the ring and attacked Undertaker to reunite her with father.

    "I loved every part of that storyline, from the burning teddy bear to the ransacking of my supposed bedroom to being found in the gutter under the building, although maybe that part wasn't so great," McMahon says recalling the storyline in WWE 50. "When I was actually strapped down to the Undertaker's symbol, being carried to the ring, I was almost decapitated by the APA, little known fact. They were shoving the symbol under the bottom rope and thank God for John "Bradshaw" Layfield, because he actually stopped it."

    Following the horrifying incident with The Undertaker, Stephanie discovered love in the form of WWE Superstar, Test. The relationship helped put a smile back on her face, but also managed to infuriate her protective brother, Shane. Looking out for what he believed were his sister's best interests, Shane attempted to put an end to the fiery love affair when he battled Test in a Love Her or Leave Her Match at SummerSlam 1999. In the end, Test won the match and the right to continue his romance with Stephanie. He celebrated his victory by proposing to Vince's daughter the next night on Raw. Taken aback, Stephanie needed "time to think about it" - twenty-four hours to be precise. Answering in the affirmative at the following night's SmackDown taping, Stephanie and Test's impending nuptials sent the props department off on a search for the old "Macho Man" Randy Savage and Miss Elizabeth wedding set.

    The tale was going so well that WWE's creative department decided to delay the ceremony for a few more weeks by having Stephanie contract amnesia after British Bulldog hurled a trash can at her head during the Rebellion pay-per-view event. The only drawback to this was that it required Stephanie to reign memory loss. Nicole Kidman, she wasn't. Indeed, her acting in some of these skits was staggeringly bad.

    Once Miss McMahon remembered who everyone was, the wedding was back on; November 29, 1999, live on Raw at the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, California, would be the big day. By this point, all the McMahons were getting along, so Vince, Linda and Shane were all present for the ceremony. But, just before they could exchange vows, one WWF Superstar made a very revealing objection. Armed with video evidence, Triple H exposed the shocking truth that Stephanie was already a married woman. "The Game" informed the wedding party that he had married and drugged Stephanie the previous evening in Las Vegas, Nevada. Ridiculous as it was, this twist thrust Vince's daughter into the top-line mix.

    In an attempt salvage his daughter's good name, an irate Mr. McMahon battled Triple H at Armageddon on December 11, 1999. Unfortunately for the WWF Chairman, however, "The Game" wasn't his only opponent that night, as his daughter shocked the sports-entertainment world when she helped Triple H defeat her father. After the match, Stephanie jumped in the arms of her husband, proving the two had been in cahoots all along.

    The McMahon-Helmsley Era

    Stephanie McMahon
    Stephanie and Triple H reigned supreme over WWE while daddy was away

    Stephanie's on-screen persona was originally portrayed as "Daddy's Little Girl," the virgin image differentiating her from the other female performers in the sports-entertainment organization. With this powerful, yet unflattering role in the ring, she subjected herself to chants of "bitch" and "slut." Stephanie, however, maintained a positive outlook toward the fans' vulgarity.

    "I think that fan participation is one of the greatest things about our show. Our fans are proud and vocal, and they're not afraid to let you know what they think," remarked Stephanie in a 2000 interview with Raw Magazine. "As far as how I feel personally about being called a "slut?" To be able to elicit a reaction from all those people is pretty cool, no matter what they're calling me."

    Stephanie's new look included tighter clothes (often leather), shorter skirts and in 2001, large breast implants. Vince's response to Stephanie's promiscuous appearance on the March 16, 2000 episode of SmackDown was to compare her to the prostitutes accompanying The Godfather to the ring. He stated, "Hey, Stephanie! Who knows? You might even get lucky tonight - I mean, let's face it - tonight, here on SmackDown! - Stephanie just may take a ride on ... THE HOOOOOOOO TRRRRRRAIIIIIN!!!" To add to the drama, Shane later called Stephanie a "slut," after which she slapped his face. He threatened to retaliate, but stopped short of slapping her back. Vince noted, "Watching you two is like watching a bad soap opera ... book yourself on The Jerry Springer Show." Vince proudly touted the McMahons as "the most dysfunctional family in America."

    Together, Stephanie and Triple H went on to become one of the most power-hungry couples ever. The husband-and-wife team began a ruthless dictatorship that controlled all of the World Wrestling Federation. Abusing their power as much as possible, they both were conveniently placed in situations that would benefit them most. As a result, it wasn't long before Triple H regained the WWF Championship, and Stephanie claimed the WWF Women's Championship. A few days prior to WrestleMania 2000, Stephanie defeated Jacqueline on SmackDown to capture the title. She defended the title infrequently, until the summer when she squared off against Lita, who at that point was booming in popularity as the kamikaze accomplice of Jeff and Matt Hardy. The future WWE Hall of Famer relieved Stephanie of the championship on the August 21, 2000 episode of Raw after The Rock, who was serving as the special guest referee for the match, knocked out the novice grappler off her feet with a spinebuster. She never got the title back.

    For months, Stephanie had been subtly flirting with newcomer Kurt Angle - and vice versa. In June 2000, the storyline really took off: interviews between McMahon, Angle and Triple H would draw tremendous reactions from the live crowds, and were great ratings-pullers, to boot. Furthermore, this love triangle made for some darn entertaining television.

    When Trish Stratus entered the story, it only added more intrigue to the tangled web of lies and deceit. With that in mind, the ending was most dissatisfying: Triple H pinned Angle at Unforgiven on September 24, 2000 and then he and Stephanie moved onto a program with "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, while Angle snatched the WWF Championship from The Rock. Like that, the months of drama and double-dealing had been rendered meaningless. It was at this point that many observers noticed a significant decline in the quality of the World Wrestling Federation product. Not-so-coincidentally, Stephanie had become heavily involved in the booking process, and, following daddy's example, kept the McMahon family in the thick of the action.

    The internal disputes between the McMahon family resulted in Linda McMahon appearing 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. The McMahon family chose this occasion to show Trish, and every other female, exactly who the organization's top woman was, as Trish was subjected to several humiliating acts including having sewage dumped on her and being forced to strip down to her bra and panties in the ring and bark like a dog.

    In the ring, meanwhile, Stephanie and Trish pulled off of a minor miracle at No Way Out when they had a really good match by non-worker standards. Of course, Stephanie won. But, behind the scenes, trouble loomed.

    Stephanie was accused of having initiated the departure of Chyna from the World Wrestling Federation in 2001. Chyna, who was romantically involved with Paul "Triple H" Levesque from 1997 through 2000, alleged her departure was not due to pay, but because McMahon wanted her gone from the sports-entertainment organization. Chyna said that during her relationship with Triple H, McMahon had an affair with him and stole him away from her. In a radio interview on The Opie & Anthony Show in 2004, Triple H claimed that he began dating Stephanie after being separated from Chyna for some time.

    Stephanie made herself scarce when Triple H was sidelined by a devastating injury to his quadriceps. But not for long. Dashing hopes that she would stick to booking or take a low profile, McMahon made her return to television on the July 9, 2001 episode of Raw, where she elevated the rivalry with her father to new heights. After already breaking his heart two years earlier, Stephanie revealed herself as the new owner of Extreme Championship Wrestling, which she merged with her brother's World Championship Wrestling promotion to form The Alliance. Stephanie and Shane's goal was simple: Put their father and the World Wrestling Federation out of business forever.

    The Alliance began as a very serious threat to Mr. McMahon's empire, as many of his major Superstars jumped ship to Stephanie's camp, including "Stone Cold" Steve Austin and William Regal. In the end, however, The Alliance was forced to disband by Team WWF at Survivor Series on November 18, 2001. With the loss, Stephanie was finally forced out of sports-entertainment, or so it seemed. Stephanie couldn't stay away from the spotlight for long; she had by now acquired a taste for the spotlight. On the Christmas Eve Raw - just five weeks after she was banished from the World Wrestling Federation forever - she returned, looking to make amends with her father.

    In reality, Stephanie returned to promote the comeback of her on-screen hubby, Triple H. Following his memorable return on the January 7, 2002 Raw, the couple sowed the seeds for WrestleMania X8 with their frequent and progressively hostile squabbles.

    On February 4, 2002, Stephanie she was pregnant, and requested that she and Hunter renew their marriage vows. This set up the following week's Raw, on which it was revealed the pregnancy was a sham. Following the emotional rollercoaster, Triple H demanded a divorce from his conniving wife.

    The former couple marched down the divorce storyline path. It was used to promote the Undisputed WWF Championship Match between Triple H and Chris Jericho at WrestleMania X8 on March 17, 2002. Promoted more as Triple H vs. Stephanie than "The Game vs. "Y2J," poor Jericho had to play stooge for Stephanie, as the former lovers took center stage.

    Seeking revenge, Stephanie appointed herself the special guest referee in a match pitting Triple H against Kurt Angle at No Way Out with Triple H's WWF Undisputed Champion shot at WrestleMania X8 on the line. Though "The Olympic Gold Medalist" won due to McMahon's biased officiating, Triple H defeated him the following night on Raw to regain his championship opportunity. Despite interference by Stephanie, Jericho lost to Triple H at "The Grandaddy of Them All." On the March 25, 2002 episode of Raw, Stephanie lost to Triple H in a Triple Threat match for the Undisputed WWF Championship, with the stipulation that, if she was pinned, she would be forced to leave the World Wrestling Federation; In the match, Triple H pinned Stephanie.

    Back In Power

    Stephanie McMahon
    Stephanie reigned as SmackDown General Manager in 2002 and 2003

    On July 18, 2002, Stephanie returned to prominence when she took over the reigns of SmackDown. In contrast to her McMahon-Helmsley era villain character, Stephanie became a fan favorite who favored babyface talent. She feuded with Raw General Manager Eric Bischoff throughout 2002, though the dueling enemies inexplicably shared a kiss at a Halloween party where McMahon was dressed as a cleavage-baring witch and Bischoff was disguised as her father underneath a mask. As the brand's General Manager, she acquired some of sports-entertainment's biggest names, including Hulk Hogan, Brock Lesnar and Undertaker. She is also credited with creating the WWE Tag Team Championship and resurrecting the prestigious United States Championship.

    Meanwhile, Vince resented her daughter's attempts to stop him from pursuing an affair with Sable: in a memorable moment, Stephanie left Sable in a topless state following a backstage brawl. Her time in office came to a painful end when she lost an "I Quit" Match to her father at No Mercy 2003. While she refused to submit to her father, the match ultimately ended when Stephanie's mother, Linda, couldn't bare to watch the brutality any longer. As a result, she threw in the towel, signifying the end of Stephanie's time on the blue brand. Following the loss, Stephanie limited her public appearances in favor of assuming several executive roles behind the scenes. On occasion, however, she reappears when the situation calls for a strong leader. One of her more memorable returns to WWE programming took place during Triple H's war with Randy Orton and Legacy.

    Today Stephanie is responsible for all the creative development of WWE as it pertains to television and pay-per-view programming, print, digital and social media content. In 2009, 2011 and 2012, she was recognized as one of the "Most Powerful Women in Cable" by CableFAX magazine. She is also a proud member of the Board of Directors for both the USO Metropolitan Washington and the social media company, Tout, Inc.

    Stephanie McMahon Claims She Was Almost Decapitated On Live TV

    Stephanie McMahon says her head was almost chopped off during this segment on Raw in 1999

    According to Stephanie McMahon, her head was almost chopped off on live TV!

    Stephanie was introduced to WWE fans in 1999, at the height of The Ministry angle with The Undertaker. The Deadman, who was then feuding with Vince McMahon, set his sights on "Daddy's Little Girl." On the post-WrestleMania XV edition of Raw on March 29, 1999, 'Taker supposedly kidnapped Stephanie and held her hostage, until Ken Shamrock discovered the distraught belle in a boiler room.

    A few more weeks of Scream-inspired nonsense followed, before Stephanie was abducted by the fiendish "Phenom" at Backlash on April 25, 1999. With the innocent Stephanie firmly in his possession, the "Deadman" arranged for a ceremony the following night on Raw that would forever lock the two in unholy matrimony. Luckily for Stephanie, an unlikely hero made the save when McMahon nemesis "Stone Cold" Steve Austin ran to the ring and attacked Undertaker to reunite her with father.

    Offering her memories of the storyline in WWE 50, Stephanie claims she was almost decapitated during the wedding angle.

    "I loved every part of that storyline, from the burning teddy bear to the ransacking of my supposed bedroom to being found in the gutter under the building, although maybe that part wasn't so great," Stephanie says. "When I was actually strapped down to the Undertaker's symbol, being carried to the ring, I was almost decapitated by the APA, little known fact. They were shoving the symbol under the bottom rope and thank God for John "Bradshaw" Layfield, because he actually stopped it."

    Stephanie may be embellishing the incident, or her memory is very hazy. As the above video shows, she was placed in the ring with no apparent problem.

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    After tearing the Allstate Arena down at WrestleMania 22, WWE creative brass felt John Cena and Triple H had unfinished business and thus had plans for the WrestleMania 23 main event to feature a rematch of the megastars.

    "Triple H was scheduled to have his return match with John Cena. They had a fantastic match at [WrestleMania] 22 in Chicago," recalled creative writer Michael Hayes on WrestleMania Rewind on the WWE Network. "They were both so amped up and excited to do it again at Ford Field."

    But at the 2007 New Year's Revolution pay-per-view, WWE's plans for a blockbuster WrestleMania 23 main event came crumbling down. In a tag team match pitting Triple H and Shawn Michaels against Edge and Randy Orton, Hunter tore his right quadriceps.

    For the second time in six years, Triple H sustained a career-threatening injury that would remove him from the ring indefinitely.

    A story making the rounds on the ordeal was Stephanie McMahon having a nervous breakdown over her husband's devastating injury. Backstage watching the event on a television monitor when the injury had occurred, a horrified Stephanie fell to her knees, burst into tears and began screaming: "Nooooooooooo!" as if she was reenacting a WWE storyline. While sympathetic to her plight, creative writers felt incredibly awkward as they stood silently watching her, and wondered if Stephanie was not perhaps slightly over-reacting.

    "Being his wife, I know that it was Hell," Stephanie said of Triple H's injury and the ensuing rehabilitation process on WrestleMania Rewind. "WrestleMania is what every WWE Superstar and Diva work for. To have that taken away from you because of an injury, is probably the worst feeling you can possibly have."

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    While Stephanie McMahon reigned supreme as the General Manager of SmackDown in 2003, John Cena was moving up the ranks of WWE as his rap-based persona was picking up steam with fans. On the July 24, 2003 edition of SmackDown!, the two sports-entertainment heavyweights collided as the West Newbury, Massachusetts native confronted Stephanie, who was hyping her upcoming match against Sable at Vengeance. with a rap. The final line of his rhyme was, "Nobody's watching us Steph, why don't you let me smack that ass!"

    Stephanie didn't seem to mind Cena's remarks, as she dared the then-26-year-old to "put his money where his mouth is." Cena responded by smacking the ass of Vince McMahon's precious daughter. Fortunately, this was not the only Stephanie ass-related segment of the year.

    Following a commercial break on the April 24, 2003 episode of SmackDown, a close-up was shown of Stephanie's ample backside as she leaned over a desk in her office. She then turned around and asked, "Have I got your attention?" She smiled and said she realizes she's no Torrie Wilson, but that's part of what makes America great - different bodytypes She then said she is proud to be an American and therefore excited to announce the signing of the newest SmackDown Superstar, Mr. America.

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