Stephanie McMahon’s WWE Stock Makes Up Most of Her Millions

Stephanie McMahon's net worth is mostly in WWE stock, though she has also made millions as a wrestler and a former executive at WWE.

Kathryn Underwood - Author

Jan. 20 2023, Updated 1:59 p.m. ET

Stephanie McMahon
Source: Stephanie McMahon Facebook

As a former wrestler, Stephanie McMahon has stepped down from her corporate executive role for WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment). She's also married to a professional WWE wrestler. Her path in the pro wrestling world isn't surprising as the daughter of Vince McMahon, the WWE founder and CEO. According to CelebrityNetWorth, McMahon’s net worth is $150 million.

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How much is Stephanie McMahon’s WWE salary?

McMahon is compensated well for her work on the executive level at WWE. In 2021, she had a reported WWE salary of $730,000. In addition to the base salary, her other forms of compensation totaled $2.59 million.

Stephanie McMahon
Source: Stephanie McMahon FB

Stephanie McMahon has wrestled in the ring as well as worked on the corporate side of the WWE business for many years.

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Stephanie McMahon

Wrestler, Former Chairwoman and Interim CEO of WWE

Net worth: $150 Million

Stephanie McMahon Levesque is the daughter of the founder of World Wrestling Entertainment or WWE. Her father is Vince McMahon, who started WWE and has been its CEO. Currently, Vince is under investigation for allegations against him. Stephanie has been a professional wrestler and is married to fellow wrestler “Triple H.” She has held various corporate positions at WWE over the years and holds a large amount of WWE stock.

Birthdate: September 24, 1976

Birthplace: Hartford, Conn.

Education: Boston University

Spouse: Paul Levesque (“Triple H”)

Children: 3

Political Party: Republican

Her total pay for 2021 came from $583,523 in stock awards, $511,000 from a non-equity incentive plan, and $767,682 for other forms of compensation.

McMahon’s total compensation went up over the past several years as well. In 2019, her total compensation was reported as $2.027 million, and in 2020 she made $2.187 million.

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Based on public disclosures of salary and bonuses over the years as well as WWE stock holdings, McMahon has an estimated net worth of $150 million in 2022. McMahon reportedly owns about 2.47 percent of the WWE common stock, according to CelebrityNetWorth, and the value of that stock can fluctuate.

Stephanie McMahon was a wrestler and has held various positions at WWE.

McMahon has been involved in WWE and WWF her entire career, beginning with modeling for WWF catalogs as a teenager. She debuted as a wrestler in 1999 and participated in a number of storylines, including fictional ones with Triple H that led to her eventually marrying him in real life.

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For WWE, McMahon has served as a writer, executive vice president, chief brand officer and CEO. She stepped down from her acting CEO role in January 2023.

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Source: Stephanie McMahon Facebook

Triple H and Stephanie McMahon

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Stephanie McMahon stepped down from her role as the interim CEO of WWE.

Her father, Vince, was the chairman and CEO of WWE until a recent probe into his actions.

The investigation involves allegations that Vince had a romantic relationship with an employee and subsequently paid her millions in hush money. Vince owns about 80 percent of WWE’s stock, according to IndieWire. The company’s market cap has dropped from $5 billion to about $4.5 billion in the past week. McMahon had taken a leave of absence as the chief brand officer, but just weeks later took over as interim CEO after the allegations against her father became public.

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In January 2023, Vince returned to the WWE board of directors and Stephanie resigned from her role as Co-CEO of the WWE. In her statement she shared via Twitter said,

"I cannot put into words how proud I am to have led what I consider to be the greatest company in the world, working alongside a remarkable leadership team and one of the strongest executives I have known in my Co-CEO, Nick Khan...WWE is in such a strong position that I have decided to return to my leave and take it one step further with my official resignation."


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