Five expensive things owned by WWE and its Chairman Vince
The Chairman of WWE, Vince McMahon is one of the most successful businessmen. It is only natural that Vince owns several expensive things that normal people can only dream of. Media reports claim that McMahon also owns certain illegal and expensive items that should not be found in someone's possession. So, which are some of the most expensive things owned by McMahon and WWE?
All of WWE's operations are run from Stamford, Connecticut, and thus, it is only logical that Vince McMahon has a mansion there. He reportedly paid almost $40 million for the huge property, and the house is three-storeyed with all the luxuries which one can imagine. The mansion of Triple H and Stephanie McMahon is quite close to Vince's.
Vince McMahon has a host of expensive luxury cars which includes Limousines and Bentleys. He even blew up one of his own Lincoln limos during the 2007 Vince McMahon is dead storyline. Further, once Stone Cold poured cement all over his new Bentley and destroyed it during an episode of Raw. Recently, McMahon has purchased a Bentley Continental GT which costs $300,000 in total.
WWE also owns a private corporate jet which is usually used by McMahon to fly all around the world to attend WWE events. The jet, known as 2007 Bombardier Global 5000 reportedly costs $27 million. The jet is also used by Triple H when he attends business affairs all around the world and we can see its pictures on his social media posts.
The Titan Towers is the headquarters of WWE and all the major operations of the company are run from here. The property is also owned by the promotion and it has been estimated to cost around $20 million. All top WWE officials including Triple H and Stephanie McMahon also have their offices in the very same building.
It has also been reported that Vince McMahon owns bear skin rugs which he uses in his home. Paul London was the first one who told this story. If he really owns such bear rugs, though despicable, these items can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars owing to the risks involved in smuggling and purchasing such items.