If you’re a great WWE supporter, you’ll know why it’s so widely known. It not only boasts famous and successful competitors but provides us with good entertainment! WWE began numerous years ago, and so many of the best-known stars have managed to move on with their lives. But we dare say you would like to know what actually happened to them since then. Read on and see what’s new with our favourite wrestlers!
Big Show – $20 Million
Were you aware that The Giant was the nickname of the Big Show? He’s a world record holder seven times. Besides wrestling, this guy decided to act as well. He has appeared in several movies and shows. The best achievement that he has played is probably a big part of the Knucklehead comedy in 2010. He presently has a net worth of 20 million dollars.
Tugboat – Unknown
Fred Ottboat has been nothing less than an incredible player. He used to be an ally of Hulk Hogan but eventually became a member of The Natural Disasters. Here he got the surname “The Typhoon.” In 2001 he decided to leave wrestling and started to work as a security manager instead. He also coached his sons’ small league teams. His net wealth has still not been revealed, but we are certain that his pension is going to blow!
Kane – $9 Million
Maybe Glenn Thomas Jacobs doesn’t sound very familiar, but presumably, Kane seems to. He may be 51 years of age already, but he is still productive in WWE, sometimes with SmackDown. His stardom grew when he became an actor, an entrepreneur and a political figure. He was in See No Evil in 2016 and was appointed mayor of Knox County in 2018. He’s also an insurance provider that’s great for his $9 million net present value.
The Ultimate Warrior- Deceased
The Ultimate Warrior is known worldwide to James Brian Hellwig and also went through the Dingo Warrior and The Warrior. Throughout 1993, he even chose to make Warrior his true identity. There had been speculations about how all the actual Ultimate Warrior had been deceased before he did die. They said under his title, some other wrestler was performing. In 2014, he died from a heart attack.
Rey Mysterio – Estimated $10m
Another well-known masked figure is Rey Mysterio. Originally, Oscar Gutierrez, he was wearing a mask comparable to Lucha Libre. Thanks to its unique wrestling style, he became famous in the 1990s and ’00s. He ended up winning big championships, such as the WWE, WWE Cruiserweight and World Heavyweight Championship. He managed to win major titles. The King of the Mystery still looks like he did ten years ago. He still wrestles, but now gets involved in Lucha Underground and self-sufficient shows.
The Great Khali – $16 Million
The Grand Khali is one of the tallest wrestlers. Previously recognized as Dalip Singh Rana, he worked prior to actually wrestling in the Punjab State Police. It seems he is progressively withdrawing from the ring. However, in 2015 he established a school named the Continental Wrestling Entertainment. Throughout 2017, he astonished everybody by returning to WWE and trying to help Jinder Mahal on the battlefield. He also is a TV personality in the USA and India, besides wrestling.
Sid Vicious – $5 Million
Sid Eudy or Sid Vicious is an earlier generation wrestler. He has always been a pro-wrestler since about the 1980s after his launch at the Wrestling World Championship. He joined WWE and WWF. His professional life was awesome and he ended up taking some championship straps back. He is already 57 and honourably discharged, even though he was still qualified enough when he was 51 years of age to remain competitive.
The Coach – $2 Million
Jonathan Coachman did not want to leave the limelight apart from anyone else in the list even though his professional life as a pro-wrestler was over. He appears to be working for Raw as a color analyst and decided to sign again in 2018 with WWE. We’re thrilled about his return! atAt the age of 45, he still looks really young although he’s now married and has two children. His approximated net value is 2 million dollars, but this could shift in the coming years.
Mideon – Unknown
Dennis Knight is Mideon’s real identity, which may also be known by the nicknames Tex Slazenger and Phineas I. Godwin. After leaving the pro-wrestling world he took a new profession as a chef and now continues to live an ordinary life like many other individuals. Go to Clearwater, Florida if you’d like to try his dishes!
Skinner – $1.5 Million
Keirn is another senior pro wrestler. He did appear quite a few times at the World Wrestling Federation as part of The Fabulous Team. Although he has stopped wrestling since he continued to run a wrestling school in the 1980s. He continues to coach people that want to take a shot. He is also now 66 years old and is still in fine condition. He’s living in Florida with his wife presently.
Scotty 2 Hotty – Unknown
Scott Ronald Garland became a trainer at the end of his professional wrestling job. At the WWE Performance Center, you can see Scotty 2 Hotty or Scott Taylor. He attempted some other career choice and was trained as a fireman in 2013. He decided to come back to WWE in 2016. While in a question and answer session in 2015, he did show that he takes good care of himself now, rather than in the past. He’s in his peak condition.
Kelly Kelly – $1 Million
We’ve got Barbara Jean Blank or Kelly Kelly up next. Besides wrestling, she had been a TV figure and model. In 2012, she decided to leave WWE to achieve something else. But she didn’t get out of the limelight. She’s been on television in the past. She was on Days of Our Lives and the E! show WAGS.
Mr. Mcmahon – $1.7 Billion
Vincent Kennedy McMahon has been almost widely recognized. And besides, he’s the owner of the WWE majority! He is also CEO and Chairman. He is also an actor, film producer, businessman and founder of Alpha Entertainment. Not surprisingly, he does have a net value of $1.7 billion, and on the Forbes annual list of billionaires. He could clearly afford his yacht and seven luxury homes.
Goldberg – $14 Million
William Scott Goldberg, by his last name, is commonly known. He’s a wrestler who made his fortune in the 1990s. From 1997 to 1998 he did not suffer losses and quickly had become renowned. The wrestler does himself well enough and lives with his relatives. He has a fitness centre in California with an actual boxing facility.
Jacqueline – Unknown
Jacqueline DeLois Moore is a manager of wrestling and a professional wrestler. She was the third woman to bring the WWE Cruiserweight Championship home. She was directed further into the Hall of Fame in 2016. She did appear as most wrestlers in video games and Television programs! She had been on the Tough Enough MTV reality show. She’s still looking as flashy as she has always, even now that she’s approaching her 60s.
Stone Cold Steve Austin – $45 Million
Steve Austin decided to retire once his body can no longer be injured. He does have an approximated $45 million net, which isn’t really unusual because he has won six WWF championships. Since then he tended to focus on acting upon retirement. He did appear in tv shows and movies like The Expendables and Nash Bridges.
The Rock – $220 Million
The Rock has become a global superstar, also widely acknowledged as Dwayne Douglas Johnson. He’s indeed one of the biggest wrestlers ever. It appears to look like he could still excel in everything he genuinely believes he can. We are not shocked that he has a net value of $220 million. Time even called him one of the world’s most influential individuals. He also decided to launch a charitable organization for sick children, the Dwayne Johnson Rock Foundation.
Lex Luger – $3 Million
One of the greatest wrestlers of all-time, Lex Luger is someone who will be remembered for generations, without a doubt. He won the WCW World Heavyweight Championship once, and he won the United States Championship five times. While he did compete in WWF as well, he didn’t win the title. In 2007, he suffered from a nerve impingement in his spine that left him temporarily paralyzed. Thankfully, he was able to recover by 2010. Today, he is a member of WWE’s wellness policy team.
Mick Foley – $15 Million
Michael Francis is popularly known as Mick Foley. He decided to retire earlier than many other wrestlers. Instead, he followed a new line of work through films, television shows and radio programs. His professional life as an actor and wrestler has combined into a Boy Meets World episode. He does quite a great deal of charitable work to help children! He and his wife, Collete, have four wonderful kids.
Batista – $13 Million
Well all know who Batista is. His real name is David Michael Bautista Jr. After his days in wrestling, this martial artist and bodybuilder makes it so great as an actor. In films like Riddick, The Man with Iron Fists, and Spectre, he’s been featured. There was an investigating company that tried to discredit him. They tried to accuse him of using steroids but couldn’t even support the conclusion!
Hulk Hogan – $25 Million
As Hulk Hogan, Terre Gene Bollea is better known. He has been one of the world’s most prominent wrestlers and has managed to help transform the way of wrestling into its present state. He was also a musician, actor, businessman and television personality. In addition, he also decided to launch an Energy Drink and started up the Hogan Nutrition site. Throughout 2007, he experienced a nasty divorce and then almost ended up losing all but managed to recover. In any event, he’s still very much in great shape and exercises regularly!
Randy Orton – $11 Million
Randy Keith Orton is among the few competitors on our list. He is a member of Smackdown, however on the silver screen he as well did try his fortune. Maybe in That’s What I Am, Deal or No Deal you had seen him, as well as Jimmy Kimmel Live! He was linked to drug use in 2007, but he did not elaborate definitively on it. In 2013, he and Samantha Speno had an annulment. He exchanged vows with Kimberly Kessler two years later.
Edge – $14 Million
Once Adam Joseph Copeland AKA Edge left the battle, he made the decision to be an actor. He’s still among the best fighters ever, nevertheless. He has entered the Hall of Fame with 31 championships. You have to review his 2004 biography, which is known as “Adam Copeland on the Edge.” During his teenage years, he allegedly tried cigarettes, but later decided to quit.
Lita – $4 Million
Amy Dumas or Lita was once a singer. In 2006, she stopped battling and is now a WWE commentator. Following her retirement from wrestling, she joined a punk band called The Luchagors. Year after that, they decided to release a track. With Matt Hardy and Joseph Copeland, she has indeed been actively engaged in many romantic comedies. However, she hasn’t tied the knot with anyone yet.
The Undertaker – $17 Million
Underneath the name Undertaker, Mark William Calaway had become a living legend. He looks healthy to stay competitive even at 53 years of age! Now he’s a free agent because not enough people would like to hire him. He does have 17 championships and is feared on the ground. When he realized that wrestling would never last forever, he instead decided to enter the world of real estate. He shares compassion for animals with his spouse, and sometimes even established financing for the underprivileged.
Shawn Michaels – $17 Million
This four-time world champion who is loved by so many has also served as a television presenter and actor. He has now become WWE’s biggest official representative, however, he recently hosted a hunting segment called the MacMillan River Adventures of Shawn Michaels. His initial marriage didn’t go very well, and since 1999 he and his present spouse Rebecca have been together! They have two lovely children.
Alundra Blayze – Unknown
Throughout 1988, Debrah Ann Miceli was named by Pro Wrestling Illustrated as the Rookie of the Year. She was the very first female to be named Alundra Blayze or Madusa. She’s a monster truck big admirer and for many years she has driven them. She decided to retire and started to play in films like Shootfighter II and Death Match. Until now, she continues to be popular. The marriage between her and Alan Jonason also was watched enormously on the online platform!
Booker T – $5 Million
When he was a professional wrestler Robert Booker Tio Huffman used to go by Booker T. Six times had already he won the world championship and 21 numerous different titles. After withdrawing from fighting, he was a color commentator and promoter. Now he is still doing these job positions! Owing to his two books published, 27 video game cameos and then several feature films, he does have a net value of about $5 million.
Triple H – $40 Million
Hunter Hearts Helmsley is also known as Triple H in the world of wrestling. He got married to Stephanie McMahon in 2003 and since then he was able to snag bigger roles in WWE. He spent a fortune on charities and soon began Connor’s Cure with his wife, a cancer fund. Did you know that he hates alcohol?
Stacy Keibler – $4.5 Million
In the old days, Stacy Kiebler was a pro-wrestler, starlet and cheerleader. Owing to her cameos in George López, What About Brian, and How I Met Your Mother, her professional life has sealed her fate. She as well agreed to host Supermarket Superstar in 2013 and used to be on the catwalk. She tied the knot with Jared Pobre in 2014. They’ve got 2 kids already!
This is indeed a tragic tale because, on June 22, 2007, Christopher Michael Benoit killed his wife and son. Forward to two days, he decided to commit suicide. Numerous queries were unaddressed, and folks believed he was depressed. Maybe the brain destruction sustained by wrestling did lead to this tragic event. Once the reality of the situation became clear, WWE agreed to eliminate all of his references and statistical data from their home page.
Trish Stratus – $6 Million
She had been the youngest WWE participant to be introduced to the Hall of Fame.In addition to fighting, she has become an actress, a TV personality and a fitness model. She has also appeared on the cover of magazines. She had already decided to stop wrestling since and now operates a yoga studio. Throughout 2013, it was bestowed by Top Choice Awards for the Best Yoga Studio.
Road Dogg – $1.2 Million
Road Dogg grew big throughout the nineties. In the wrestling scene, he was known for being The Roadie, however, his true name is Brian James . He was once an American Marine and also had an extreme training programme. He has since withdrawn from pro-wrestling, but still appears to be working for WWE behind the action sequences.
Brian “Crush” Adams
This wrestler goes by the name Crush. He was known to compete in WWF and WCW. After reaching retirement age from wrestling, he made the decision to just go boxing. Even so, it was not achievable because of his personal injury claims. At the age of 43 in 2007, he passed away because of respiratory failure.
Big Boss Man
The Big Boss Man is better known to Ray Wahington Taylor Jr. In 2016, this great wrestler was inaugurated at the WWE Hall of Fame. However, he was not at the celebration since he died in 2004 at the age of 41. After his sudden heart attack, Angela and their two daughters saved him.
Mark Henry – $4.5 Million
Mark Henry was very successful before he became a professional wrestler. He ruined quite a huge number of records being a powerlifter and weightlifter. IIt had to be simple for someone like him to shift to wrestling. Throughout 2011, he managed to win the WWE World Championship for Heavyweight. In 2018, he entered the Hall of Fame.
As he was the manager of fighters like Kane and The Undertaker, Paul Bearer did not compete for vast wealth. Initially, his weight was about 500 pounds but he was operated with gastric bypass to lose 200 pounds. At the age of 58, he died from a heart attack.
Jeff Hardy – $12 Million
Jeff Hardy, his brother and Lita were members of a trio called Team Xtreme. He has carried home two World Heavyweight Championships and also the WWE Championship. He’s very fond of music then after wrestling, he went to this sector. He belongs to a band named PeroxWhy? Gen.
Matt Hardy – $5 Million
Matt Hardy is Jeff Hardy’s older brother! He too was a prosperous wrestler with so many belts for the championship. He and Lita were once together but ended things when he uncovered that she had cheated with Edge on him. He remains in the industry until now!
X-Pac – $500k
Sean Waltman also goes by the name X-Pac, has been a well-known wrestler in the 1990s. He began with WWF, but currently in legendary WWE programme. He does have a great deal of cruiserweight and championship belts for tag teams. He’s also now 46 years old and still able to actively stay fit.
Kurt Angle – $25 Million
Kurt Angle had wrestled since he was in college but only made it big in the ’90s. He does have victories on his behalfs, such as the WCW, WWE and WWE Heavyweight Championships. In 2006, he decided to join and succeeded in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling. He was brought to the hospital in 2015 to take away a benign tumor and drain fluid in his back.
Chris Jericho – $18 Million
Down in the 90s Chris Jericho as well began his fighting career in WWE. He subsequently joined another agency, New Japan Pro-Wrestling. He won the World Heavyweight Championship three times all through his WWE moments. To this very day, he’s still widely known! In addition, he decided to invest and then became part – owner of a branch of D1 Sports Training and Therapy.
Ken Shamrock – $1.5 Million
Ken Shamrock was used in joining WWF and TNA competitions. In mixed martial arts, nevertheless, he saw far more greatness. He is known for winning the UFC Superfight Championship initially. His two sons tried making identities in MMA, but neither one of them have seen much results in the field.
Owen Hart was from a family of wrestlers, so his greatness was certain. He managed to win the WWF, the WWF Intercontinental Championship and the WWF World Team Championship. In 1999 he died in a tragic accident. All through his final work, he slid through harness down to the wrestling pit.
Rick Steiner – $2 Million
Rick Steiner made his debut at WCW, and Robert Reichsteiner realized he was excellent at duo wrestling.He received a total of eight World Tag Team Championship. He two times took home the World Tag Team Championship all through his WWF moments. He withdrew from professional wrestling and decided to enter the real estate industry. He’s a broker presently!