10 Wealthiest current and former WWE Superstars
#9 Mick Foley ($15-$18 Million)
Mick Foley is a Superstar that has wrestled all over the world, from small gymnasiums in front of a hundred people to cathedrals such as Madison Square Garden in front of thousands and thousands of people. However, Foley was always one of the few Superstars that looked ahead to his life after wrestling, while being an active superstar in WWE.
Foley has written everything from autobiographies to children’s fiction. His memoirs have made him a multi-time New York Times best-selling author, and his first one, ‘ Have a Nice Day: A Tale of Blood and Sweatsocks’ sat atop the Times best-selling list for many weeks in 1999 and received rave reviews, as did his next three books.
Also quite the showman, Foley spent time in front of the camera during and after his career was over, including a special guest appearance in Boy Meets World and having his own reality show based on his family on the WWE Network called Holy Foley.
He also enjoys doing stand-up and story-telling at various night clubs around the country. Foley was brought back to WWE as the co-General Manager of Raw in 2016 and stayed with the company until he left to have his hip replaced early in 2017.