Vince McMahon Net Worth

July 20, 2023
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Vincent Kennedy McMahon, better known simply as Vince McMahon, was born on August 24, 1945 in Pinehurst, North Carolina, United States of America. He is known as a professional wrestler, wrestling promoter, commentator, actor, film producer, CEO and chairman of the World Wrestling Entertainment. Under the ring name Mr. McMahon, Vince became the champion of the world twice, in 1999 and 2007, when he won the WWF Championship and ECW World Championship respectively. In 1999, McMahon won the annual Royal Rumble professional wrestling event.

Currently, it has been reported that the overall amount of Vince McMahon net worth is $750 million. His assets include a $20 million value vacation home which is used for family holidays, $40 million value mansion in Greenwich, Connecticut and $12 million value penthouse in Manhattan – both of which are current residences of Vince and his family – and even a luxurious yacht named “Sexy Bitch”. Vince is undoubtedly one of the richest in the wrestling industry.

Vince McMahon Net Worth $750 Million

As the parents of the boy divorced when Vince was just a little baby, he was raised by his mother and a number of stepfathers who were not usually very nice and attentive to the boy. Vince met his father for the first time when he was 12 years old. He became interested in wrestling and wanted to be a promoter. McMahon is a graduate from Fishburne Military School in Waynesboro, Virginia. Later, he studied at and graduated with a business degree from East Carolina University. In 1971, Vince started to work in the company which at that time belonged to his father. McMahon had a position of promoter and in the very beginning he promoted only small events. As he was very successful, Vince earned his father’s trust and recognition and was promoted. It was his idea to change the title of the company into the World Wrestling Federation. More, he changed the introductory part, adding fancy costumes and show elements. Vince has made this sport attractive to wider audiences, and as a result millions of tickets were sold which, needless to say, increased his net worth and wealth much.

Despite the fact that McMahon was very popular and wealthy, he experienced several legal problems, including allegedly supplying wrestlers with anabolic steroids. Later, he was accused of taking wrestlers to very dangerous situations, encouraging them to do difficult stunts that once even caused the death of the wrestler. On top of this, Vince was accused of sexual harassment twice, the first time by Rita Chatteton, a referee in WWF, the second time by Boca Raton, a worker of the bar.

Vince McMahon is a somewhat controversial and scandalous personality, however, still the most important personality in the professional wrestling world. Vince McMahon has established a controversial Kiss My A** (ass) club, which pretends to get all the people who are not pleasing him who one way or another to kiss his ass.

Surprisingly, Vince met his wife when he was just 16 years old and his future wife was just 13. They married in 1966, and have two children and six grandchildren.

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