5 romantic storylines Stephanie McMahon was involved in
- Love, demonic ceremony, Halloween party, abduction - there are a few interesting romantic storylines in this
- Stephanie McMahon has been a part of several interesting storylines on WWE television
#3 The Undertaker’s Bride
This was an awkward angle which was more crime than romance. After all, there’s nothing more romantic than marrying your bride when she’s strapped to a cross, is there? During the infamous Vince McMahon’s ‘Corporation’ vs The Undertaker’s ‘Ministry of Darkness’ feud, The Undertaker abducted Stephanie McMahon and almost married her in an evil ceremony.
Yes, our beloved babyface wasn’t always the good guy. Thankfully, Stone Cold Stever Austin would intervene, and this evil union would be stopped in time. A shame really. Imagine The Undertaker as one-half of The Authority, week after week on TV. Actually, no...let’s move on.
#2 The kiss with Eric Bischoff
It’s the tail end of the Attitude Era and it’s Halloween. Every Superstar looks incredible in his/her costume. Smackdown General Manager Stephanie McMahon, who was a popular babyface then, decided to dress up as a witch, and she found someone who was dressed as her father in the party. Well, who’s under the mask?
Who else but Eric Bischoff himself, the General Manager of Monday Night Raw! They bicker for a bit, and then Bischoff kisses her and Stephanie seems to enjoy the brief romantic interaction between them. The sad thing about this angle is that there was absolutely no payoff or follow up. The story was forgotten forever.
#1 The angle with Kurt Angle
Kurt Angle was part of a full-fledged love triangle between himself, Triple H and Stephanie McMahon, at the peak of the Attitude Era. Of course, this led to a feud between Angle and Triple H, which had Stephanie turn her back upon her husband and align with Angle.
While this feud was short lived, it was really memorable. The intimate tension between Angle and Stephanie was so intense that it was dripping with full-fledged heat. Immortal moments from an immortal era in wrestling.