When a child grows up in a wrestling environment around wrestlers, it gets somewhat obvious that the child will enter in the game business as well. Same is the case with Stephanie McMahon who is one of the members of the McMahon family. Stephanie is not just WWE’s show RAW’s on-screen commissioner, but also WWE’s Chief Brand Officer and a successful business woman.
The McMahon family’s fourth-generation of wrestling promoter Stephanie is a hard-working lady. Her career from WWE catalog model to its CBO wasn’t easy. She has a huge net worth of $25 million and earns $778,000 annually.
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Stephanie McMahon Career and Earning
The WWE’s chairman and CEO Vince McMahon’s daughter Stephanie entered into her father’s WWE business as a model when she was only 13 years old. Stephanie has worked at the various level of companies including receptionist, front desk officer, CBO and much more.
At present Stephanie has more than 2 million shares of the company. It is said that she sold over 80,000 shares in 2013 which made her earn $8.3 million.
Image: Stephanie McMahon
Source: Los Angeles Times
Among her $778,000 annual salary, she earns $500,000 only by working as WWE’s Chief Brand Officer. She also earned $325,000 each year due to her 3-year contract as an in-ring performer.
Stephanie McMahon appearance on other TV shows
Besides WWE, Stephanie has appeared in various other shows such as ‘The Howard Stern Show’, ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’, ‘Opie and Anthony’, NBC's ‘The Weakest Link, MTV’s ‘Punk’d’, ESPN, ‘Dinner: Impossible’.
Stephanie has also written her own memoir which is said to be released in 2015.
Watch an interview with Stephanie McMahon
Stephanie McMahon mansion in Connecticut
Their house is spread over a huge area and is surrounded by greenery. They also own the empty land behind their house. Stephanie’s house shares a close neighborhood with WWE headquarters.
Image: Stephanie McMahon with Triple H and kids
Stephanie McMahon achievements
Till date, Stephanie has won various championships and awards. She won the Pro Wrestling Feud of the Year in 2002 and 2013. She won the Woman of the year title in 2000, Most Hated Wrestler of the year in 2013 and 2014.
In 2001 and 2003, Stephanie won the Most Disgusting Promotional Tactic. She has won the WWE’s Woman’s championship once and Slammy Awards twice.