Net Worth: N/A Raymond Lloyd, a.k.a Glacier, was known in the ring for his frosty blonde hair, suit of armor, and blue face mask, which made him look like Sub Zero’s brother. Lloyd has been wrestling professionally since 1987 and made his most recent appearance in the ring in 2017 in the Ring of Honor’s Honor Rumble. But you may recognize Lloyd from something other than the WWE because the pro wrestler also dabbled in acting.
The metal man has made appearances on film and television, such as in the hit show “Burn Notice,” and in Tyler Perry’s “Meet the Browns.” He’s also very active in philanthropy and often participates in celebrity events to raise money for different charities. Lloyd lives in Florida these days and works a 9-5 job at a marketing firm. He often communicates with his fans and posts about his upcoming events on his Twitter page, @iamglacier.
The Russian Bear
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The Russian Bear, Ivan Koloff, was WWWF World Heavyweight Champion from Canada. The Bear started his professional wrestling career as Red McNulty, a villain-like character from Dublin. He earned the name that stuck in '67 when he weighed in at a whopping 310 pounds. He stuck with the WWWF for several years until the 70s, when he started working with the National Wrestling Alliance.
In 1995, Koloff became born-again and became an ordained minister so that he could go on an official ministry. He wrote a few books along the way and spoke at churches all over the damaging effects of drugs and alcohol. He was also a part of the class-action lawsuit that was launched against the WWE for brain trauma and concussions. The former wrestler passed away from liver cancer in 2017 at the age of 74.
Net Worth: $200,000
Peter Polaco, or Justin Credible, is a semi-retired pro that started wrestling professionally in the early 90s. He first signed with the WWF in 1994 as Aldo Montoya (The Portuguese Man of War.) It wasn’t until 1997 that he was given his new name by Jason Knight, during his time with ECW.
Polaco officially retired from pro wrestling in 2015 but returned two years later for a single match at ECPW, with New Jack and The Sandman. He has been married to his wife, Jill Marie, since 1997, and they have a son together named Nicholas. The former athlete has made a few appearances on television and still shows up at industry events once in a while. He is also very active on his Twitter account, @PJPOLACO.
Net Worth: $3M
Ric Flair, also known as Richard Fliehr, is hailed by many in the wrestling world as one of the best pro wrestlers in history. He’s been in the business for over four decades, although some have said that he should have left the game years before he finally got out. Rival (and legend) Stone Cold Steve Austin said he’d reached the “time to hang it up.” He’s a 16-time world champion (yes, just 16) and has actually been inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame twice.
The wrestler made several television appearances, including one on "Baywatch" when he played himself alongside some of his costars. In 2017, rapper Offset released a song titled "Rick Flair Drip" in honor of the in-ring legend. He has hosted a couple of different podcasts over the years, including one called “WOOOO! Nation,” and another simply titled, “The Rick Flair Show.” Ultimately, both were canceled after less than a year.
Net Worth: $3M
Johnny B. Badd, or Marc Mero, is a former professional boxer and wrestler who has traveled a bumpy road in both his professional and personal life. He started wrestling professionally in 1991 and found himself on the list of the top ten contenders for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship later that same year. Then, in 1996, he signed with the WWF and won his first Intercontinental Championship. But everything wouldn’t continue to go so smoothly for the athlete.
In 2007, he admitted to his use of steroids over a seven-year period of time. That same year, he made the announcement that he needed to have a heart valve transplant. Also that year, he and his wife, Darlene, started their own non-profit organization for at-risk youth to help them make better decisions throughout their lives. Marc is now an ordained minister who often speaks both live and on television about making positive choices.