10: Mick Foley – Net Worth: $15 Million
We may know him as Mankind, Cactus Jack, or Dude Love. But did you know he was worth this much? We should keep in mind that Mick Foley always had a story to tell. So what did he do before his retirement from the WWE in 2000? You may not believe, he wrote a book! His book ( have a nice day ) was published in 1999. It debuted at number 3 on the New York Times’ Bestseller list and moved to number 1 slot a month later. Despite being a published author, Foley also performs stand-up comedy. With how many stories he has, it’s really no surprise.
9: The Undertaker – Net Worth: $16 million
His real name is Mark Calaway. The Undertaker has been part of the WWE company for over 2 decades. What helped him to be this much rich was his impactful 21-0 winning streak at Wrestlemania. Now almost he is retired from professional wrestling, he still sporadically makes appearances at Wrestlemania events. He is definitely a symbol in this field.
8: Shawn Michael – Net Worth: $17 Million
Some of the people know him for years as the Showstopper and the Heart Break Kid. He initially retired from the WWE due to a back injury in 1998. But he came back in 2002, and he continued wrestling well into his 40s. Despite drugs problems, he was able to clean up his act and wrestle for over 30 years. Overall, he is retired now, but who knows if that’ll stick.
7: Chris Jericho – Net Worth: $18 Million
His real name is Chris Irvine, Canadian wrestler Jericho has had a 20 year WWE career. Also, he is a New York Times bestselling author, lead singer of the rock band ( FOZZY ), host of the game show ( downfall ), and has appeared on ( Dancing with the Stars ). It’s really not bad for a guy in Spandex.
6: Kurt Angle – Net Worth: $20 million
Kurt Angle was already a demonstrated athlete before being with WWE company; He had been a gold medal athlete in the Atlanta Olympic games in 1996. Initially, when he joined the WWE, he won all the titles which company had. Angle is currently the crown jewel of rival company TNA, though he wrestles only part-time due to habitual injuries.
5: The Big Show – Net Worth: $20 million
Paul Wight really running according to his nickname; He is seven feet tall and with a weight of 440 pounds. Paul debuted in 1995 in the WCW, and he has wrestled in WWE since 1999. In addition, he has also acted in some of the movies like Jingle All the Way, The Waterboy, and Knucklehead, among others.
4: Triple H – Net Worth: $25 million
He is a wrestler who knows how to continue a business too. He debuted in WCW in 1992 and debuted in WWE in 1996 as Hunter Hearst Helmsley. In 2013, after winning 13 world championships, he married Stephanie McMahon. She is the daughter of the WWE head Vince McMahon and is slated to be the next to take over the company.
3: John Cena – Net Worth: $35 million
He might be concentrating on wrestling fans, but there is no distrust John Cena knows wrestling. Since his first Wrestlemania title in 2005, he has been a Wrestlemania headliner every year, he’s been healthy. John Cena has earned more in his decade-plus career than some superstars made in their whole career.
2: Stone Cold Steve Austin – Net Worth: $45 million
His real name is Hulk Hogan, it may be the best-known name in wrestling. He’s broken many of the former’s records in the wrestling business, involving pay-per-view buys and merchandise sales. Stone cold has been a six-time champion of the WWE since his debut with them. He has somehow entered his name in acting too.
1: Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson – Net Worth: $70 million
Nowadays, it’s impossible to think of wrestling but not think of the Rock. He became famous after his retirement from WWE in 2004. Because of his acting career, people know about him than ever. He debuted in WWE in 1996. Dwayne won every major title sporadically. The guy had the most catchphrases, sold the most merchandise. Overall, he became the most recognizable face of professional wrestling.