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Dec 28, 2023

Top 10 richest WWE wrestlers in 2023

TOI Sports Desk

10. Hulk Hogan (Net Worth: $25 million)

Hulk Hogan, an iconic figure dominating the 1980s wrestling scene, not only conquered the ring but also explored acting, entrepreneurship, music, and television, accumulating a net worth of $25 million.

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9. Stacy Keibler (Net Worth: $25 million)

Stacy Keibler, who transitioned from dancing and cheerleading to a successful wrestling career, left the ring to pursue acting, now sharing a combined net worth of $25 million with her husband, Jared Pobre.

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8. Kurt Angle (Net Worth: $25 million)

Retired professional wrestler Kurt Angle, the only wrestler to win Olympic gold in WWE history, now serves as a backstage producer in WWE, occasionally starring in movies.

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7. Brock Lesnar (Net Worth: $28 million)

Brock Lesnar, an accomplished wrestler, mixed martial artist, and football player, became an eight-time overall world champion and the youngest WWE champion in history, accumulating a net worth of $28 million.

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6. Steve Austin (Net Worth: $30 million)

Steve Austin, debuting in WWF in 1995, became a wrestling legend with epic battles against the likes of The Undertaker, The Rock, and Shawn Michaels. Inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, Austin enjoys a millionaire lifestyle.

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5. John Cena (Net Worth: $60 million)

John Cena, a philanthropic 16-time world champion with a net worth of $60 million, has transcended WWE to become a New York Times bestseller, actor, and musician, leaving a lasting impact inside and outside the ring.

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4. Stephanie McMahon (Net Worth: $150 million)

Stephanie McMahon, daughter of Vince McMahon, boasts a net worth of $150 million, owning 2.47% of WWE stock, and is a one-time WWF champion who has been part of the wrestling world since 1999.

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3. Triple H (Net Worth: $150 million)

Triple H, hailed as one of the greatest heels in WWE, with a net worth of $150 million, not only won numerous championships but now serves as the executive vice president for Global Talent Strategy & Development.

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2. Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson (Net Worth: $400 million)

Dwayne Johnson, also known as The Rock, secures the second spot with a net worth of $400 million, retiring from wrestling in 2019 to focus on a successful acting career after achieving ten-time world champion status.

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1. Vince McMahon (Net Worth: $1 billion)

Vince McMahon, the CEO and chairman of WWE, stands at the pinnacle of wrestling wealth with a net worth of $1 billion, owning 28.7 million shares of WWE and indulging in luxury investments like the 'Sexy Bitch' yacht.

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