Lists the various promoters and occasional wrestlers belonging to the McMahon Family in WWEs
history. This includes the RAW, SmackDown brands, and the now defunct ECW brand. Please limit associated tropes to that wrestler's time in WWE.
Roderick "Jess" McMahon
Vince McMahon, Sr. (Vincent James McMahon)
Vince McMahon (Vincent Kennedy McMahon, Jr.) 1971-
Linda McMahon (Linda Marie Edwards-McMahon)
- Beware the Nice Ones: Arguably the sanest and most cool-headed of the McMahons, should you betray her (* cough* Vince and Stephanie), she will use all her power as CEO to make your life miserable.
- In fact, Jim Ross didn't even see it coming when Linda both fired and kicked him in the balls in late 2005.
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer: She has a Bachelor's of Science degree in Education, after all, not to mention running the business side of WWE for nearly 25 years. In 2010, she ran for Senate.
- Da Chief
- High School Sweethearts: With Vince in Real Life.
- Liz Lemon Job: Babysit a bunch of muscular, not-entirely level-headed wrestlers, keep the company in financial order, and make sure her family (Vince in particular) doesn't screw it up. It really kind of sucks to be Linda sometimes.
- Long Bus Trip: All the time. Entire years go by where no one remembers she even exists or is the CEO. The longest bus trip is probably just starting, considering her Real Life resignation from WWE to make a bid one of Connecticut's Senate seats in 2010. Which she lost. She then ran again for the other Senate seat in 2012. And lost that one too. Remains to be seen whether she'll take another shot in four years when the first seat comes up again.
- Missing Mom: Linda is very rarely seen on television these days.
- Only Sane Man
- Real Life Writes the Plot: Her first political campaign was half of the reason why WWE went "PG".
- Straight Woman
Shane McMahon (Shane Brandon McMahon) 1990, 1998-2009
Marissa Mazzola-McMahon (Marissa Ann Mazzola-McMahon) 1998-2000
Stephanie McMahon (Stephanie McMahon Levesque née Stephanie Marie McMahon) 1999-
Triple H (Paul Michael Levesque) 1995-