Source: Joe DeFranco’s Industrial Strength Show

On episode 62 of Joe DeFranco's Industrial Strength Show, WWE's Stephanie McMahon talked about her favorite televised moment as a performer, her most embarrassing moment, and the best business advice she has received from her father, Vince McMahon.

According to McMahon, turning on her father at WWF Armageddon 1999 was one of her most favorite TV moments from her WWE career.

"Well, it's one of my favorites and it's when I turned on my father originally and joined forces with Triple H. So he had married me in this drive-through wedding chapel and unbeknownst to me, I was drugged in the storyline. All this kind of stuff unfolded and my dad ultimately wound up facing my husband in a match for the annulment of our marriage." McMahon added, "at one point in time [during the match], Hunter brings over my dad and he's just head to toe covered in blood. This is during the Attitude Era. And he brings my dad's face over to my face and he goes, 'who's your daddy now?' and I almost actually started laughing, but it was such a great moment. I was like, 'oh my God, that is so funny and so awesome!', like that's such a great line!"

As for her most embarrassing on-camera moment, McMahon said that her breasts were exposed on an episode of WWE Monday Night RAW.

"That would be when I had a wardrobe malfunction. Yes, so, there was my husband again! We were on top of the announce table, I think, and, he went to put me in the Pedigree and I was wearing something that was apparently too low cut even though I was taped in. And so, in the Pedigree, you're bent over and both arms are tied behind your back and I am now looking at my own breasts that are exposed. And my arms are pinned behind my back, so there's absolutely nothing I can do except stare at myself and think about how mortified I was in that given moment!"

In regards to the best business advice she has received from her father, 'The Vincess' said that she was always taught to listen to people.

"Listen. That's one of the best lessons that he [has] ever taught me is listen to everyone. You never know where a good idea is going to come from. And treat everyone with respect. Look everyone in the eye. Shake everyone's hand. Nobody's better than anybody else."

To listen to the podcast, click here. If you use any of the quotes that appear in this article, please credit Joe DeFranco's Industrial Strength Show with an H/T to Wrestling Inc. for the transcription.

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