Drew McIntyre’s Net Worth 2024

Last Modified Jan 24, 2024 03:05 GMT
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Drew McIntyre, Andrew Galloway at birth, is considered the biggest WWE star of the pandemic era. He is at the height of his career and is serving the company for the second time. After winning the WWE Royal Rumble in 2020, McIntyre began his legendary run. Since then, he spent 16 months in the WWE Championship scene, of which 300 days were spent as the Champion. He held the title of champion twice during this time. Currently, McIntyre is one of the most powerful men on the WWE roster and he has headlined huge events such as WrestleMania and Clash at the Castle. On January 8, 2024, Drew McIntyre announced himself for the 30 Man Royal Rumble match.


NameAndrew McLean Galloway IV / Drew McIntyre
Net WorthEstimated $2 Million
Age38 years old
NationalityScottish, United Kingdom
Source of WealthProfessional Wrestling
SalaryEstimated $1 million
Endorsements-


Also Read: Who is Drew McIntyre married to?


How much is Drew McIntyre’s Net Worth in 2024?


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Drew McIntyre is estimated to have a net worth of more than $2 Million as of 2024.


WWE pays Drew a base salary of about $1 million. Given that McIntyre frequently competes in the main event, these numbers are anticipated to rise. He held the WWE Championship for a sizable portion of the pandemic era of the WWE. Sales of his merchandise and PPV appearances will also increase his earnings. Despite Drew's fame and popularity, biographymask.com reports that he has not yet signed any deals for brand endorsements. It's possible that he will begin endorsing products soon, though. Even after taking a break in 2014 due to spinal injuries, he literally bounced back and won, especially since 2020.


Drew McIntyre’s Salary


The annual base salary of Drew McIntyre is estimated to be $1 million as of 2023; however, it could be more than that, depending on the contracts signed. Furthermore, McIntyre's current WWE contract stipulates a base salary of $550,000.


Also Read: How much money does Drew McIntyre make?


Drew McIntyre’s House

In order to be near his former friend and on-screen rival Sheamus, McIntyre relocated to a new residence in Tennessee in August, 2022. After moving from Raw to SmackDown, his new position as a champion ambassador for the Special Olympics was established.


Drew McIntyre’s Car Collection



The vehicles Drew McIntyre owns are fascinating, and his garage is stocked with gorgeous automobiles. He owns four of the priciest vehicles. A Land Rover Range Rover, a Mini Cooper S, a Lamborghini Huracan, and an Aston Martin DBX.


Drew McIntyre’s Charity Work

During the WWE tour in Manchester, United Kingdom, Drew McIntyre met with kids from the Variety Children's Charity and granted a few of their wishes while posing for pictures with them. Captain Tom Moore, a World War II veteran, received a custom WWE Championship belt from him in honor of his 100th birthday. Other than this, not much is known about his charitable work.


FAQs

A. The net worth of Drew McIntyre is estimated to be $2 million as of January 2024. 

A. The annual salary of Drew McIntyre is estimated to be the base salary from WWE, that is $1 million, with his present contract signed at $550,000.
Drew McIntyre's vehicles include a Land Rover Range Rover, a Mini Cooper S, a Lamborghini Huracan, and an Aston Martin DBX.

A. Drew McIntyre is Scottish by nationality. 

A. Drew McIntyre made his professional debut at the age of 15 and competed in his first WWE match at the age of 21. 

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