The Undertaker, portrayed by Mark Calaway, is considered one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time, with a net worth of $17 million in 2023.


Big Show, also known as Paul Donald Wight III, has a net worth of $20 million, marked by two WCW World Heavyweight Championships and five Slammy Awards.


Hulk Hogan, a legendary figure in wrestling, boasts a net worth of $25 million, transcending his impact beyond WWE with stints in various wrestling promotions and endorsements with companies like Rent-A-Center.


Canadian wrestler Chris Jericho, known for his versatility, charisma, and achievements in wrestling, has a net worth of $25 million, excelling in fields such as novel writing, radio hosting, television presenting, acting, and music.


Brock Lesnar, a former UFC star and WWE champion, has a net worth of $25 million, with success both inside and outside the wrestling ring through multiple endorsements


"Stone Cold" Steve Austin, with a net worth of $30 million, is a beloved figure in WWE history, known for his rebellious persona, catchphrases, and numerous accolades, including six world championships and three Royal Rumble victories.


John Cena, a household name in wrestling, acting, music, and television, has a net worth of $65 million, making him one of WWE's iconic figures with global brand appeal.


Stephanie McMahon, WWE's "Billionaire Princess," has a net worth of $150 million, holding a significant ownership stake in WWE and playing a multifaceted role within the organization.


Triple H, WWE's Chief Content Officer and former world champion, announced his retirement from in-ring competition in 2022, holding a net worth of $170 million and contributing to WWE's growth in an executive role.


Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson tops the list with a staggering net worth of $820 million as of 2023, showcasing his transition from a successful WWE career to Hollywood, symbolizing unparalleled success in multiple arenas.