Having WWE run in your family is a common occurrence for most in the industry, and those who hold the surname McMahon are no exception.
The biggest name in the McMahon family is unquestionably Vince. Stephanie and Shane's father was one of the main people to revolutionise WWE into what it is today.
In addition, his wife Linda also played a big role in developing the company and despite having not made an appearance in WWE for years, she is a defining factor in why the surname McMahon is synonymous with WWE to this day.
It seems WWE will continue to be a part of the McMahon family for several years or even decades to come as Stephanie has revealed her daughter's desire to become a Diva in the future.
In an interview with The Morning Show on CBS Sports Radio, the 38-year-old was asked whether her daughter's deal with the same kind of culture shock she went through as child as she too had to adjust to normal life as well as life backstage at WWE.
She replied: "Yes, and it's just very interesting because my oldest two kids were on the road with me, up until my little one was one and my oldest was three, every week. And my oldest has really been bit by the bug. She wants to be a Diva more than you can imagine."
It is unsurprising that her daughter - whose father is Stephanie's husband and WWE superstar Triple H - is keen to take up wrestling when she is old enough.
Having been brought up in a family whose lives are so heavily dominated by WWE, Aurora - who Stephanie is speaking of - must be very familiar with the demands of the company, as well as the rewards which come with it, despite only being eight-years-old.
The time therefore when Aurora would be able to become a WWE diva would not be for at least a decade, when the division will surely be a different area entirely.
Ideal role model
Even if Stephanie's daughter was looking to be a part of the company in another form, she would have the ideal role model as a mother to help revolutionise the treatment of WWE divas for the future as Stephanie did by proving the capabilities of the division.
This is, of course, all a lot further down the line. But it is reassuring to know that the McMahon legacy will still continue in future generations.
Given the hours and hard work which have to be put in by any member of WWE, whether it be someone who is involved in running the company or as a wrestler, it would have been unsurprising should Stephanie have said her daughter would have liked to follow an entirely different career path.
This only reiterates the fact that WWE is for all ages and that its Universe is made up of all kinds of generations as it always has and always will, have something for every WWE fan.