Linda McMahon, who co-founded Titan Sports, WWE’s former parent company, with her husband Vince McMahon, has a new gig. She previously held a job with the Trump Administration as head of the small business association. Now she is Chairwoman of the Board.

The America First Policy Institute (AFPI) has announced that Linda McMahon will serve as the new Chairman of the Center for the American Worker. The former WWE CEO also serves as Chair of the Board for AFPI.

Linda McMahon was very happy about this new gig as she said:

“The American worker is the heart of our country, AFPI’s Center for the American Worker will reignite the focus on the dignity of work. We have to make sure that the workers, the innovators, and the entrepreneurs who bring these businesses to life have the tools and skills that they need for their workforce.”


AFPI President/CEO Brooke Rollins added praise for Vince McMahon’s wife as well. Linda received accolades for her previous achievements, including her role as head of the small business administration.

“There is no stronger advocate or voice for the American worker and their employers than Linda McMahon—an entrepreneur who helped grow a two-person small business to a worldwide, publicly traded corporation that employs hundreds. While serving as the 25th Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration, she advocated on behalf of the 30 million small businesses in America—the backbone of our Nation’s economy. I am excited for Linda to carry out AFPI’s mission putting the American worker FIRST.”

Linda McMahon used to serve as an authority figure in WWE on-screen and off-screen. She has also taken part in several angles such as being at the receiving end of a Stone Cold Stunner by Stone Cold Steve Austin and a tombstone by Kane. She was last spotted at the Money in the Bank pay-per-view where she helped a young child get a snap of John Cena.

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Israel Lutete

Wrestling fan by choice and writer by passion

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