WWE Superstars: Where Are They Now And Their Net Worth
WWE is not only about wrestling, but also about heroes, stories, drama, etc. Over the past several decades, there have been many great names in the world of professional wrestling that should be remembered. Scroll down to find out their net worth and see what they look like now.
1. Hulk Hogan - $25 Million
Terry Gene Bollea, better known as Hulk Hogan, is probably the most famous wrestler in the world and is now 65 years old. According to IGN, Hulk Hogan is "the most recognized wrestling star worldwide and the most popular wrestler of the 1980s". Besides, he is also an actor, musician, entrepreneur and a television personality. He established his own energy drink company and a nutrition and dietary products website called Hogan Nutrition. In 2018, Hogan returned to WWE for the fifth time.
2. Big Show - $20 Million
Paul Donald Wight II, known by the ring name Big Show or The Giant, stomped into WWE in 1999. He is a seven-time world champion. Outside of professional wrestling, Big Show also appeared in several feature films and TV series. What's he doing now? You’ll be glad to know that he is still signed to the WWE performing on the SmackDown brand. His net worth is about $20 million.
3. The Rock - $280 Million
The famous superstar Dwayne Johnson or The Rock is regarded as one of the all-time greatest professional wrestlers in wrestling history. Hulk Hogan even called The Rock "the biggest superstar in this business." Besides, he is also a very successful actor, starting his acting career in 1999 and playing his own father in That Wrestling Show. He is also the founder of Dwayne Johnson Rock Foundation that benefits terminally ill children. One more interesting thing is, The Rock once set a Guinness World Record for most selfies in three minutes. He took 105 selfies with fans during the premiere of San Andreas in London in 2015.
4. Tugboat - $1 million
The former professional wrestler Fred Ottman, known by his ring name Tugboat and Typhoon, played a key babyface ally of Hulk Hogan. He retired in 2001 and now lives in Lakeland Florida, working as a safety manager. He is also the coach of his two sons. In 2010, his net worth was around $1 million, but now we don’t know how much his fortune is. What we know is that he is doing just fine.
5. Randy Orton - $11 Million
The 38-year old Randy Keith Orton, or Randy Orton, is one of the most talented professional wrestlers around. After he won the World Heavyweight Championship from Chris Benoit in 2004, he became the youngest world champion in WWE history. Since then, WWE has recognized Orton as having the fourth-most world championship victories in history. In 2015, Orton married Kimberly Kessler who is his second wife. They have a lovely daughter named Brooklyn Rose Orton. Orton is still signed to WWE, performing on the SmackDown brand.
6. Ric Flair - $3 Million
Richard Morgan Fliehr, better known as Ric Flair, is regarded as one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time. He is recognized as a 16 time world champion, but according to Flair himself, he claims to be a 21-time champion. After retirement, Flair lives a peaceful life. This February, Flair celebrated his 70th birthday with his wife and friends.
7. Shawn Michaels - $17 Million
Michael Shawn Hickenbottom, aka Shawn Michaels, is a four-time world champion of WWE. He is regarded as one of the greatest professional wrestlers in the history of WWE. From 1988 to 1998, he worked as a professional wrestler for WWE, and between 1998 and 2000, he played a non-wrestling role. In 2002, he returned to the ring and started wrestling again for WWE till 2010. In 2015, Michaels published an autobiography which was co-written with his friends David Thomas. Currently, Michaels is a trainer to the WWE.
8. Razor Ramon - $3 Million
Scott Oliver Hall, whose ring name was Razor Ramon, made his debut on WWF and WCW in the 1990s, but he entered the wrestling field in the 1980s. He won the WWF Intercontinental Champion four times in all. In recent years, Hall has been troubled by numerous health problems, including seizures, double pneumonia, and low blood pressure.
9. Sable - $10 Million
In 1996, Rena Marlette Greek, known as Sable, made her debut at Wrestle Mania XII and was one of the first WWE Divas to gain huge popularity in professional wrestling field. Sable is also an actress and a model, starring in many television series. Aged 51, the former wrestler is happily married with two children.
10. The Coach - $2 Million
Jonathan Coachman, also known as "The Coach," is still a wrestling personality and sports interviewer. He never really left the stage of WWE. On January 29, 2018, The Coach re-signed with WWE, joining the Raw commentary team as color commentary. However, on September 10, 2019, he left the Raw commentary team to become the pre-show panel host for pay-per-views. He and his wife Amy have two children.
11. Mideon - $1 Million
Dennis Knight, best known by his ring name Mideon, won his fame after competing in World Championship Wrestling between 1992 and 1994. His other ring names include Tex Slazenger and Phineas I. Godwin. So, what’s he up to now? You wouldn’t guess, but Knight is a chef. After retiring from professional wrestling, he started working as a chef in Clearwater, Florida. His tattoos are famous as well, especially the eyeball tattoo on the back of his head.
12. Kelly Kelly - $2 Million
Barbara Jean Blank, known by her ring name Kelly Kelly, is not only a professional wrestler but also a model and reality TV personality. Though she left WWE in 2012, she is still active and under the spotlight. In 2017, she returned to the WWE in a role in as a backstage interviewer for WWE's official website. Kelly Kelly made her acting debut in an episode of Days of Our Lives on January 30, 2017, as a waitress. She is one of the cast members of WAGS on E! as well.
13. Mr. McMahon - $3.3 Billion
As a former professional wrestler, Mr. McMahon won the WWF Championship in 1999 and the ECW World Championship in 2007. Vince McMahon or Mr. McMahon is now the CEO of WWE. He took over the company from his father in the 1980s, and he is also the founder of Alpha Entertainment, which is the holding company of the professional American football league XFL. In 2019, McMahon's net worth was approximately 3.3 billion.
14. Goldberg - $14 Million
William Scott Goldberg or Goldberg is one of the most popular professional wrestlers of the late 1990s. From 1997 to 1998, he went on an undefeated streak in singles competition in WCW, making him famous. On January 15, 2018, ESPN announced that Goldberg would be inducted as the headliner of the WWE Hall of Fame class of 2018. What’s he up to now? Well, the 52-year-old professional wrestler runs an amateur boxing facility in California with his friends.
15. Jacqueline - $1 Million
Jacqueline DeLois Moore, better known by her ring name Jacqueline is the first African-American female to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. The ceremony took place on April 2, 2016, and she was inducted by The Dudley Boyz. Now Moore is 55 years old and doing regular weight-lifting to maintain her wrestler-physique.
16. Stone Cold Steve Austin - $45 Million
Steven James Anderson, whose ring name is Stone Cold Steve Austin, is not only a retired professional wrestler but also a producer, actor and TV host with an estimated net worth of $45 million. He is a six-time WWF Champion and unfortunately retired early in 2003 due to a series of injuries. After his retirement, he focused on his acting career and appeared in many TV series and movies, such as Nash Bridges and The Expendables. He is currently still signed to WWE under a Legends contract.
17. Mick Foley - $18 Million
The four-time world champion professional wrestler, Mick Foley, is also a bestselling author, mainly known for his series of memoirs. He has also appeared in several TV series and films, as well as doing lots of charity work, mostly with children. He is currently a color commentator signed to WWE.
18. Batista - $13 Million
The former wrestler Dave Bautista, or Batista is a six-time world champion. He started his wrestling career in 1999 and then signed with the World Wrestling Federation in 2000. Bautista is also an actor, mixed martial artist, and bodybuilder. His acting career began in 2006, and he has starred in many films, such as Guardians of the Galaxy, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and Avengers: Infinity War. In April 2019, Bautista returned to WWE Raw to set up his final competition with Triple H at WrestleMania 35.
19. Edge - $14 Million
Adam Joseph Copeland or Edge is a very successful retired professional wrestler and an actor. He won 31 championships in the WWE during his wrestling career. In 2012, Edge became a member of the WWE Hall of Fame, and in 2017, his wife Beth Phoenix also joined the Hall of Fame, which made them the first real-life couple to be inducted. Due to his neck injury, he had to retire in 2011. Currently, he still hosts events in the WWE and acts in various TV series and films.
20. Lita - $4 Million
Amy Christine Dumas, aka Lita, is a four-time champion in WWE, winning the WWE Women's Championship. Her career as a wrestler in WWE was between 2000 and 2006. In 2014, she was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. After her retirement in 2006, she established a punk band called The Luchagors. She is vegan and never married. She is currently signed with WWE as an analyst.
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