There is money in pro wrestling. Thanks to WWE becoming a world-spanning, multi-million dollar giant, there are more opportunities than ever to actually make some money in the business of wrestling. Of course, you’ll have to become a huge star, wrestle for a long time, save your money, or marry into the McMahon family, but a decent number of people in wrestling have managed to do just that and become fairly wealthy as a result.
All numbers are courtesy Celebrity Net Worth.
30. Vickie Guerrero
Net Worth: $8 Million
The widow of the legendary Eddie Guerrero, Vickie Guerrero became a star in WWE in her own right, and worked as on-screen General Manager for both Raw and Smackdown over career that spanned over seven years. She was a constant presence on both WWE television and Pay Per View in her role as authority figure, and had several high-profile feuds with some of WWE’s biggest stars. Since retiring from wrestling in 2014, she has stated a desire to find work in the field of medical administration.