Stephanie McMahon & Triple H’s Eldest Daughter Has Begun Her Wrestling Training
In a recent interview, WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon revealed that hers and Triple H's eldest daughter is training for a career within the squared circle while also having lofty aspirations of one day leading the company.
Growing up as the daughter of Vince McMahon, Stephanie McMahon has been destined to follow her families’ footsteps and enter the world of professional wrestling, having done so at a young age. From being featured as a key figure on WWE Programming to having a pivotal role behind the scenes as the WWE Chief Brand Officer, Stephanie has had a remarkable career working in the family business. With her marriage to multiple time World Champion and WWE Hall of Famer Triple H, real name Paul Levesque, their children are also considered to be professional wrestling royalty.
Given the fact that Stephanie and her brother Shane have both entered the professional wrestling world it is more than fair to wonder if the next generation of the family will follow in the footsteps of those who came before them.
Recently, in an interview with Alex McCarthy of talkSPORT, Stephanie established that her and Triple H’s oldest daughter, Aurora has in fact started training to be a professional wrestler. Stephanie also went on to explain how their eldest ultimately wants to step into the biggest shoes of them all as “The Boss” just like her grandfather, Vince.
“We have three daughters, Triple H and I do, they are 15, 13 and 11,” said Stephanie. “Our oldest said when she was eight years old ‘Momma, I don’t want your job. Daddy, I don’t want your job. I want Pop’s (Vince McMahon) job.” Stephanie continued.
“So, just like her grandfather, she wants to be the boss, so we’ll see what happens with my oldest daughter who has already started training in the ring.” Stephanie confirmed.
Also, during the interview, Stephanie confirmed that her and Triple H’s youngest daughter has also expressed an interest in breaking into the family business but states that she’s more focussed on the personality aspect, than the in-ring product.