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Top 20 Richest Wrestlers Ranked by Net Worth 2022



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The top 20 richest wrestlers in the world ranked by their net worths can be found below. All of these entertainers have made millions inside the ring, including one who became a billionaire.

Top 20 Richest Wrestlers

We have gathered information from several credible sources such as Forbes, Celebrity Net Worth, and The Richest to determine the net worths of the richest wrestlers on the planet.

Before you begin reading, can you guess the ex-wrestler who is worth over a billion dollars?

The 20 richest wrestlers on earth living today according to their 2022 net worths:

Brie Bella

Brie Bella attends the Sports Illustrated Super Bowl Party
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Net Worth: $12 Million

Brianna Monique Danielson, known professionally as Brie Bella, is an American professional wrestler and TV personality who is currently serving as an ambassador for the WWE.

Bella and her sister signed to the promotion in 2007, debuting that year together as “The Bella Twins”.

According to Total Sportek, Bella is making about $300,000 annually on a one-year rolling contract.

Roman Reigns

richest wrestlers Roman Reigns attends the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Sports 2018
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Net Worth: $14 Million

Leati Joseph “Joe” Anoaʻi is an American professional wrestler who is currently signed to WWE. Moreover, he performs on the SmackDown brand under the ring name Roman Reigns.

Impressively, Reigns is the current and longest reigning WWE Universal Champion.

Wrestling Observer Newsletter reports that Reigns pulls in $5 million per year from the WWE.


Edge celebrates after winning his match during the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Crown Jewel pay-per-view
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Net Worth: $14 Million

Adam Joseph Copeland is a Canadian professional wrestler and actor who is signed to the WWE on the Raw brand under the ring name Edge. Also, the legend is still earning $3 million a year on a part-time deal with WWE.

The four-time WWE champion has an endorsement deal with the brand Slim Jim as well.

Jeff Jarrett

richest wrestlers Jeff Jarrett attends "The Masked Saint" Nashville Premiere
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Net Worth: $15 Million

Jeffrey Leonard Jarrett is an American professional wrestler, professional wrestling promoter, and businessman who co-founded a couple of promotions throughout the years.

At this point in his life, Jarrett co-hosts a podcast with Conrad Thompson called My World with Jeff Jarrett

Dave Bautista

Dave Bautista attends the Premiere of 20th Century Fox's "Stuber"
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Net Worth: $15 Million

David Michael Bautista Jr. is an American actor and former professional wrestler who is best known for being a WWE star for many, many years.

During the peak of his wrestling career, Bautista was earning over $800,000 each year. Then, he jumped into acting, appearing in films like Guardians of the Galaxy, Dune, and Stuber.

Additionally, Bautista has held endorsements with several brands, most notably with Smirnoff.

Bill Goldberg

richest wrestlers Bill Goldberg attends WWE 20th Anniversary Celebration Marking Premiere of WWE Friday Night SmackDown
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Net Worth: $16 Million

William Scott Goldberg, better known mononymously as Goldberg, is an American professional wrestler, actor, and former American football player. He competed in both the WCW and the WWE.

Also, Forbes claims that Golberg rakes in as much as $2 million for each match he wrestles in Saudi Arabia. Meanwhile, he was once making $2.5 million annually as a part of the WCW.

Big Show

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Net Worth: $16 Million

Paul Donald Wight II is an American professional wrestler and actor who is currently signed to All Elite Wrestling as an in-ring performer as well as a commentator.

Moreover, Big Show once earned an annual salary of $850,000, but that doesn’t include his profits from pay-per-views or his endorsements, and merchandise sales.

Mick Foley

richest wrestlers Mick Foley is seen in attendance during the UFC 232 event
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Net Worth: $16 Million

Michael Francis “Mick” Foley is an American actor, author, retired professional wrestler, and color commentator who is acting as a company ambassador for the WWE.

Interestingly, Foley made a good chunk of his worth by penning a successful series of autobiographies and children’s books.

The Undertaker

World Wrestling Federation's Wrestler Undertaker Poses June 2000
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Net Worth: $17 Million

Mark William Calaway, better known by the ring name The Undertaker is an American actor and retired professional wrestler who was rumored to be making $2.5 million each year during the peak of his WWE career.

In addition to making money from his merchandise sales, The Undertaker has done well for himself through investing in real estate with his business partner Scott Everhart.

Shawn Michaels

Shawn Michaels attends the 2011 WWE Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony
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Net Worth: $17 Million

Michael Shawn Hickenbottom, better known by his ring name Shawn Michaels, is an American retired professional wrestler who is considered one of the greatest wrestlers of all time.

The “Heartbreak Kid” has made good money from merchandise sales as well as his endorsement deals with Under Armour, Can-Am Spyder, EyeBlack, amongst others.

Chris Jericho

richest wrestlers Chris Jericho looks on during the New Japan Pro-Wrestling 'Wrestle Kingdom 14'
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Net Worth: $18 Million

Christopher Keith Irvine, better known by the ring name Chris Jericho, is an American-Canadian professional wrestler and singer who is currently signed to All Elite Wrestling.

Furthermore, sources differ on what Jericho’s salary is at this point, but figures range from $500,000 all the way up to $3 million.

Over the years, Jericho has been the lead singer of the heavy metal band Fozzy along with appearing on television in the form of hosting. He was a contestant on Dancing with the Stars in 2011 also.

Stacy Keibler

richest wrestlers Stacy Keibler attends ELLE's 5th annual Women In Music concert celebration
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Net Worth: $25 Million

Stacy Ann-Marie Keibler is an American retired professional wrestler, former cheerleader, actress, dancer, and model.

Through the years, Keibler landed numerous acting gigs including making appearances in George Lopez, The Comebacks, How I Met Your Mother, Blue Mountain State, and many others.

Kurt Angle

Kurt Angle poses on November 4, 2017, as he attends the 2017 Paris Games Week
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Net Worth: $25 Million

Kurt Steven Angle is an American retired professional wrestler and Olympic gold medalist in American freestyle wrestling who is currently signed with WWE.

Furthermore, Angle was inducted into the International Sports Hall of Fame back in 2016.

Meanwhile, he has appeared in dozens of different on-screen works over the years.

Hulk Hogan

richest wrestlers Hulk Hogan during Saturn Presents Sean "P. Diddy" Combs Citizen Change
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Net Worth: $25 Million

Terry Eugene Bollea, better known by his ring name Hulk Hogan, is an American retired professional wrestler and television personality who is one of the most famous to ever do it.

Easily the most popular wrestler of the 1980s, Hogan managed to ink several endorsement deals as well as appear in numerous commercials, including one at Super Bowl 48.

Additionally, Hogan has opened a handful of restaurants on top of launching his own nutrition brand called Hogan’s Nutrition.

Steve Austin

Actor and WWE personality "Stone Cold" Steve Austin appears at a news conference announcing the WWE Network
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Net Worth: $30 Million

Steve Austin is an American television host, actor, and retired professional wrestler who made between $5 and $12 million during his days inside the ring.

A big reason why “Stone Cold” appears on the list of the richest wrestlers is his extensive acting career. Over the years, Austin has received roles in films like The Longest Yard, The Expendables, The Condemned, and several others.

John Cena

richest wrestlers John Cena visits "Extra" at Burbank Studios
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Net Worth: $65 Million

John Felix Anthony Cena is an American professional wrestler and actor who is currently signed to the WWE. Currently, Cena pulls in $5 million each year from competing in the ring.

Cena has profited heavily from his endorsement deals with the likes of Capri Sun, Fruity Pebbles, Gillette, Gold’s Gym, Hefty, along with others.

Meanwhile, has transformed into a respected actor, appearing in movies like The Marine, Daddy’s Home 2, Bumblebee, Blockers, as well as Fast & Furious.

Triple H

Triple H attends the 2018 Fan Expo Canada at Metro Toronto Convention Centre
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Net Worth: $150 Million

Paul Michael Levesque is an American business executive, actor, and retired professional wrestler who is better known by his wrestling name Triple H.

Currently, he is working as the executive vice president for Global Talent Strategy & Development of WWE. On top of that, Triple H is the executive producer of the NXT brand.

During his peak years, he was making over $3 million annually when it was all said and done.

Stephanie McMahon

Stephanie McMahon attends the Los Angeles Premiere of Andre The Giant
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Net Worth: $150 Million

Stephanie McMahon Levesque is an American businesswoman and retired professional wrestler who is serving as the chief brand officer of WWE.

Additionally, she appears as an authority figure on the Raw, NXT, and SmackDown brands.

The wife of Triple H earned $2.2 million in 2020 through her base salary, stock rewards, incentives, and additional compensations.

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson

richest wrestlers Dwayne Johnson poses during the press junket for JUMANJI: THE NEXT LEVEL
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Net Worth: $350 Million

The biggest global megastar to appear on the list of the richest wrestlers is undoubtedly Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.

Johnson has starred in blockbuster movies such as Jumanji: Welcome To The JungleFast and Furious 6Hobbs & Shaw, along with dozens of other films. Reportedly, “The Rock” makes roughly $20 million per acting role at this point in his career.

While his official WWE salary is not confirmed, it’s fair to assume he was making seven figures yearly at the peak of his wrestling career.

Vince McMahon

richest wrestlers Vince McMahon attends a press conference to announce that WWE Wrestlemania 29
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Net Worth: $2.3 Billion

Of the wealthy entries on this list of the richest wrestlers, Vince McMahon sits atop them all.

According to Forbes, McMahon took the WWE public in 1999, and now it’s broadcasted in roughly 150 countries and more than 30 languages.

Meanwhile, the WWE rakes in nearly $1 billion in annual revenue. McMahon serves as chairman and CEO of the entertainment company.

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