Many WWE fans find is humorous to announce that Donald Trump is the first WWE superstar to become the President of the United States. It is also a true fact. Trump helped back the WWE in its early days and had an onscreen role over the years as well. President Donald Trump is also a member of the WWE Hall of Fame.

Former WWE superstar Bobby Lashley spoke to the Daily Star and made an interesting claim. Lashley feels that, over the years, the president is the biggest celebrity the WWE ever brought into the company.

Donald Trump and his WWE appearances

The partnership between President Trump and the WWE began way back in 1988. At that time, the WWE hosted "WrestleMania IV" from Trump Plaza in Atlantic City. They then repeated the appearance for "WrestleMania V," the only time they appeared in the same location in two consecutive years. He also showed up at "WrestleMania VII" and was interviewed at "WrestleMania XX."

In 2007, the WWE started a rivalry angle between Vince McMahon and Donald Trump in a Battle of the Billionaires. This concluded in a match between Bobby Lashley and Umaga. Lashley won the match and Trump was allowed to shave McMahon bald.

According to Lashley, the McMahon family dropped $250,000 in real money into the crowd when Donald Trump walked out in 2009 and bought the company, easily gaining their allegiance.

Lashley said everyone loved Trump after that. In 2013, Trump entered the WWE Hall of Fame.

The WWE pays Donald Trump back

The friendship between President Trump and the McMahon family remained strong through the years. When he ran for President of the United States in 2016, Vince and Linda McMahon donated $6 million to the super PAC supporting Trump.

That ended up being the largest amount of any donation to his campaign. The president returned the favor. He appointed Linda McMahon to the position of the Administrator of the Small Business Administration after he won the presidency.

Other WWE celebrities

Since President Donald Trump is the President of the United States, there is no other celebrity in WWE history that comes close to his status. However, before he won the role of POTUS, there were many names that ranked higher including Arnold Schwarzenegger, Muhammad Ali, and Floyd Mayweather.