Stephanie McMahon’s Boob Job
We think Stephanie McMahon has a splendid look regardless of whether plastic surgery is involved or not. Did Stephanie McMahon get a nose job? Does Stephanie McMahon have fake boobs? All plastic surgery info, including facelift, nose job, body measurements, botox, and lips, is listed below!
Biography - Who is Stephanie McMahon?
Stephanie was born September 24, 1976 in Hartford, Connecticut. In 1999, young McMahon entered the world of WWE in a role of hot Vince McMahon’s daughter. Her long career for WWE includes both, wrestling and managing. She proved great talent in these two areas. In 2001, Stephanie got breast implants. She considered larger size, but eventually reduced her requirements, since she recently lost weight.
We have gathered all body measurements and statistics of Stephanie McMahon, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, body shape, and weight.
|1.73 m, 5’8” (feet & inches)
|62 kg, 137 pounds
|Cup Size D
It has been 100% confirmed, by Stephanie herself, that she’s gone under the knife for a breast enhancement. In other words, she got a boob job to increase the size of her breasts.
Stephanie McMahon is perhaps the only one whom WWE once arranged a storyline regarding her breast implants.
Which plastic surgery procedures have Stephanie McMahon done? Below we have compiled a list of all known facts about the stars beauty enhancements:
Plastic Surgery Pictures
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Quotes by Stephanie McMahon
"I would love to wrestle at WrestleMania! And who knows, if the time is ever right and the moment calls for it, it would be a dream come true for me."
"I think anybody has - regardless of your gender, we all have equal value. If you have value to bring and value to provide, you just have to be willing to use your voice."
"My very favorite wrestler of all time was Andre the Giant. He was sort of like my best friend, believe it or not, and I have a picture in 'People' magazine of me sitting on his lap when I was 8 years old after 'WrestleMania I.'"
"I think I have let ego get in the way sometimes - the pendulum swung pretty strongly. I was maybe a little overconfident at one point in my time, and then I went way the other way and thought I wasn't capable of anything."
"I think it's one of the secret sauces to our success, if you will, is that our fans are a part of our show. They engage, they chant, they cheer, they boo. There's a problem when they don't react. So, in essence, every live event is like a focus group. So we are getting that real-time feedback from them in the arena."