Who is the richest WWE superstar? WWE superstars are well known for the ways in which they entertain the fans with their charisma and dedication inside the ring.
But one factor that takes a back seat most of the time is the fat pay checks they earn in return for the sweat and blood. Ever since the inception of professional wrestling, these superstars were seen as heroes who live a life that most of the fans dream of.
However, a majority of the wrestlers would have a miserable financial story to tell, but there are some who stands out by boasting a hefty net worth. And here is a look at those wrestlers with the healthiest bank accounts.
10 – Mick Foley – $15 million
The Hardcore legend might not still be active inside the ring but he definetly has his ties around the business and thus finds his way into the list. During his good days, Foley used to be one of those wrestlers who had a cult following for the sheer amount for pain that he would endure.
From the original ECW to WWE, he wrestled under several names like Dude Love, Cactus Jack and Mankind. The blood and violence might be toned down in the current era, but Foley remains at the top of hardcore food chain.
9 – The Undertaker – $16 million
Taker took WWE by storm with his debut in 1990 and after two decades he boasts one of the most decorated careers in the business.
With a perfect WrestleMania record and some exclusive gimmicky matches to his name, The Undertaker is still one of the most bankable superstars in the current era. And the fact that the end of the streak is more anticipated than the end of the world adds a cherry on the top.
8 – Shawn Michaels – $17 million
The Heart Break Kid comes in at eight despite being one of those wrestlers who stuck with his retirement and holding off the urge to make a spectacular return.
He was successful throughout his career both as a singles competitor and equally shined as a tag team wrestler. His rebel alliance with Triple H named D generation X still makes the fans drool for the sheer excitement they bought to the ring.
7 – Chris Jericho – $18 million
Currently touring with his heavy metal band Fozzy, Chris Jericho has many other sources of income apart from the WWE.
Jericho also holds one of the rare records in the business of beating both Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Rock on a same night to win the undisputed WWF championship. The six time world champion still rings some bells around the WWE universe and sits pretty on 7th in the list.