Linda McMahon Net Worth

As rich as they come, people in business usually have the most wealth to brag about. Million-dollar houses, private jets and a variety of other premium things usually distinguish successful business people from the rest of us. However, some are more humble than other, but it’s not about perception and philosophy this time, but rather about Linda McMahon. This 1.67 m tall American professional wrestling magnate, Politician,Administrator of the Small Business Administration since 2017 is American. Born in unknown on the unknown, Linda McMahon has emerged as a successful business person. Graduating East Carolina University, New Bern High School, this individual has received tons of awards and accolades for successes in various fields. Earning the nicknames of unknown along the way Linda McMahon was born into the family of Henry Edwards, Evelyn Edwards unknown. Nowadays, moving around the world and managing lots of business ventures has to be synchronised with personal time which is mostly occupied by business and Vince McMahon (m. 1966) Stephanie McMahon, Shane McMahon. The total estimated net worth of Linda McMahon is $520 Million.

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Linda grew up mainly being interested in sports like basketball and baseball. She met Vince McMahon at the age of 13, dated throughout high school, married in 1966, and then enrolled at East Carolina University, from where she would graduate with a degree in French and a certification to teach. Around this time, Vince McMahon was working as a salesman and then later joined his father’s company World Wide Wresting Federation (WWWF). They had their children in the following years, who would later be involved in the business as well.

Early in her career, Linda worked as a receptionist and translated French documents while training to be a paralegal. The couple had problems with money and even declared bankruptcy at one point. Eventually, the two helped each other in starting their own wrestling business called Titan Sports Inc. with their purchase of the Cape Cod Coliseum. Eventually they purchased Capitol Wrestling (WWWF) and started promoting the shows on national television, which was the start of the rise in their net worth.

Unexpectedly, the wrestling business flourished and had an explosive growth both in popularity and earnings. Linda became president of the company in 1993, and CEO by 1997; she was mainly interested in product merchandising and was the go-to person for negotiations. Being such a large business, the company has had a few problems, specifically with wrestlers using drugs like steroids for which they faced investigation, which they complied with, and they continued to change their policies. They also changed the rating of the show to PG, which according to Linda was a way to attract younger audiences to the show. McMahon continued to be heavily involved in the show, and was even part of story-lines and feuds that had become a trademark of their company.

By 2010, Linda became heavily involved in politics and declared her candidacy for the U.S Senate, using $50 million of her own money to fund her campaign. She managed to defeat most of her opponents but lost by 11% in the general election. She again campaigned on 2012, defeating her initial opponents before losing again in the general election. Being defeated twice in a row, Linda decided that she would be a Republican fundraiser and donor, participating in politics even when not standing for election.

In her personal life, Linda McMahon and Vince have a son and a daughter, Shane and Stephanie, who have both been involved in the wrestling industry. She’s done a lot of charitable work, mainly through the WWE, which holds a lot of fundraising and other helpful campaigns.

Structural info

  • Full Name: Linda McMahon
  • Net Worth: $520 Million
  • Date Of Birth: October 4, 1948
  • Place Of Birth: New Bern, North Carolina, USA
  • Height: 1.67 m
  • Profession: American professional wrestling magnate, Politician,Administrator of the Small Business Administration since 2017
  • Education: East Carolina University, New Bern High School
  • Nationality: American
  • Spouse: Vince McMahon (m. 1966)
  • Children: Stephanie McMahon, Shane McMahon
  • Parents: Henry Edwards, Evelyn Edwards
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  • TV Shows: Capitol Wrestling (WWWF) shows, WWWF World Heavyweight Championships, Get REAL, Smackdown Your Vote


  • [on the WWE] My husband and I built our business from scratch, building it to a publicly traded global enterprise with more than 800 employees.
  • I don’t play CEO, I AM the CEO!


  • Stepped down as WWE’s chief executive officer in 2009.
  • Spent $100 million of her fortune into two unsuccessful bids for a U.S. Senate seat in Connecticut in 2010 and 2012.
  • An influential Republican donor including to the Trump campaign.
  • Selected by President-elect Donald Trump to be his leader of the Small Business Administration in his cabinet.
  • Launched a joint venture, Women’s Leadership LIVE, which promotes opportunities for women in business and public service.
  • Ran as a Republican candidate in the 2010 and 2012 Senate elections in Connecticut. She lost both elections.
  • Was named to the Board of Trustees of Sacred Heart University (Fairfield, Connecticut) in November 2004.
  • Her theme song is an instrumental version of the title track from WWE’s WrestleMania – The Album.
  • Mother in-law of Paul Levesque (aka Triple H) and Marissa McMahon.
  • Frequently appears on WWF programming as husband Vince McMahon’s voice of reason and the foil to nearly all of his schemes.
  • Her mother was a budget analyst at a Marine Corps facility.
  • She was the CEO and president of the WWE.
  • Her parents are Henry and Evelyn Edwards.
  • She graduated from East Carolina University in 1969. She received a degree in French with a minor in Spanish.
  • Mother of Stephanie McMahon and Shane McMahon.


Title Year Status Character
The Gambling Man 2012 Documentary short executive producer
WWE Themeaddicts 2004 Video executive producer
WWE Experience 2004 TV Series executive producer
WWE Smackdown! 1999 TV Series executive producer – uncredited
WWE Sunday Night Heat 1998 TV Series producer
WWE Raw 1993 TV Series producer
Title Year Status Character
Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo 2016 TV Series Herself
WrestleMania 2016 TV Special Herself
NXT TakeOver: Dallas 2016 TV Movie Herself
W.W.E. 24 2015 TV Series documentary Herself
The Monday Night War: WWE vs. WCW 2014 TV Series documentary Herself
WWE Summerslam 2014 TV Special Herself
WWE Hall of Fame 2014 TV Special Herself
The History of WWE: 50 Years of Sports Entertainment 2013 Video documentary Herself
WWE: Triple H – Thy Kingdom Come 2013 Video Herself
Hannity 2010 TV Series Herself
WWE Hall of Fame 2009 2009 TV Special Herself
CNN: Special Investigations Unit 2007 TV Series Herself
WWE Raw 1999-2007 TV Series Herself
Good Morning America 2007 TV Series Herself – Guest
WWE Draft Special 2007 TV Special Herself
WWE Hall of Fame 2007 2007 TV Special Herself
WWE: McMahon 2006 Video Herself
WrestleMania 22 2006 TV Special Herself
WWE Hall of Fame 2006 2006 TV Special Herself
WWE New Year’s Revolution 2006 TV Special Herself
WWE Armageddon 2005 TV Special Herself
WWE A.M. Raw 2005 TV Series Herself (2005-)
WrestleMania 21 2005 TV Special Herself
WWE Hall of Fame 2005 2005 Video documentary Herself
WWE Hall of Fame 2004 2004 TV Special Herself
WWE No Mercy 2003 TV Special Herself
Summerslam 2003 TV Special Herself
WWE: Trish Stratus – 100% Stratusfaction 2003 Video documentary Herself
The O’Reilly Factor 2002 TV Series Herself
Survivor Series 2001 TV Special Herself
WWE Smackdown! 1999-2001 TV Series Herself
WrestleMania X-Seven 2001 TV Special Herself
King of the Ring 2000 TV Special Herself
WWF Backlash 2000 TV Special Herself
WrestleMania 2000 2000 TV Special Herself
Beyond the Mat 1999 Documentary Herself (uncredited)
WWF Hall of Fame 1994 TV Special Herself
Archive Footage
Title Year Status Character
Biography 1999 TV Series documentary Herself
Real Time with Bill Maher 2012 TV Series Herself – US Senate Candidate (R-CT)
WWE: Bobby ‘The Brain’ Heenan 2010 Video Herself
Ricky Steamboat: The Life Story of the Dragon 2010 Video Herself
WWE Raw 2009-2010 TV Series Herself
WWE: The Twisted, Disturbed Life of Kane 2008 Video Herself
The Life and Times of Mr. Perfect 2008 Video Herself
Nature Boy Ric Flair: The Definitive Collection 2008 Video Herself
Triple H: King of Kings 2008 Video Herself
The Most Powerful Families in Wrestling 2007 Video Herself
WWE: The New & Improved DX 2007 Video Herself
The Spectacular Legacy of the AWA 2006 Video documentary Herself
Born to Controversy: The Roddy Piper Story 2006 Video documentary Herself
WWE WrestleMania: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 4 2005 Video Herself
WWE Sunday Night Heat 2005 TV Series Herself
WrestleMania XX 2004 TV Special Herself
WWE: The Stone Cold Truth 2004 Video Herself
Mick Foley’s Greatest Hits & Misses: A Life in Wrestling 2004 Video Herself
WWF: Action! 2001 Video Herself