The McMahon's are the family that has made sports entertainment what it is today and for all the frustration some fans might have with the product sometimes, wrestling simply wouldn't be as big without them.
Vince McMahon Jr took over the company from his late father in 1980 and has taken the business to unprecedented heights. His children, Stephanie and Shane, have both been involved with the business to varying degrees over the years and look set to carry on the legacy when Vince finally calls it a day, or far more likely, he passes away.
But what about the next generation? Stephanie is married to 13-time world champion Triple H and the couple have three daughters together: Aurora - age 10, Murphy - age 8, Vaughn - age 5.
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Do they have aspirations to be involved with the company like their mother did many moons ago? Stephanie revealed when spoke with ESPN to promote their new WWE subsite that her eldest has already decided wat she wants to do with her life.
"Aurora absolutely wants to be the women's champion. She has been trained by Natalya. She has got her heart set on it, but we'll see what happens there. I just want them to see unlimited opportunity and potential in themselves.
"I grew up with a very strong role model in my mom, [Linda McMahon], who was the CEO of WWE and I never thought women couldn't do anything. I never thought gender was a barrier but that wasn't reality at that time.
"Now there are so many more opportunities for women and it's absolutely imperative to me as a mother for my three daughters to know they can be anything in this world that they want to be as long as they believe in themselves and they're willing to work hard for it."
There's no denying any McMahon, including Shane's three sons, will be afforded every opportunity to carry on the most famous name in professional wrestling.
The fact that they will learn from the best stands them in good stead and expectations will be high for when they do eventually make their presence felt.