Stephanie McMahon is that cold badass of a boss, who dominates her Queendom with an iron fist. She simply oozes confidence and charisma every time she is in front of the camera. She’s that character the crowd loves to hate. She fits perfectly as Raw‘s tyrannical commissioner. You don’t mess with Steph!
In 2003, Steph was crushing it as SmackDown‘s general manager. Seriously, this was the time I started to develop a crush on Vinnie Mac’s daughter. Geez. Just take a look at this video, and you’ll understand why anyone would have the hots for Stephanie (the thumbnail doesn’t do her justice one bit, you’ll have to click on the clip for a real surprise):
Last year, the WWE Universe saw Steph crash through a table at WrestleMania 33. But this wasn’t the first time she took a bump. She’s a McMahon dammit! Enough said. Ms. McMahon is a former WWE Women’s Champion. She even bested Brie Bella at SummerSlam 2014. She’d much rather kick your ass then fire you. No wait…I take that back. Steph must have gotten the most wicked adrenaline rush from firing Foley.
Stephanie has been working for the WWE for almost 20 years. She started her career as an accountant and receptionist, and slowly moved up to one of the most prominent positions in the company.
She directed WWE’s creative team for much of the new millennium. Steph may have contributed more behind the scenes than she did in front of the camera, and that’s saying a lot.
Currently, Stephanie occupies the position of chief brand officer. She drives the WWE product home to investors, advertisers, the media, and business partners.
She is also the mother of three daughters. Her husband is “The Game” Triple H who accidentally knocked into his wife at WrestleMania 33, causing her to fall off the ring apron and crash through a table. But don’t blame Trips. Blame Seth Rollins’ superkick.
Most recently, McMahon teamed up with her husband in a losing effort against the team of Kurt Angle and “Rowdy” Ronda Rousey at WrestleMania 34. Steph tapped out to Rousey’s arm-bar submission hold.