Net Worth: $1.5M
Canadian-born Santino Marella has been a true showman throughout his life, and his career in the WWE was no exception. He made an explosive entrance all the way back in 2007 when he suddenly and surprisingly defeated Umaga in what is now known as one of the most memorable moments of professional wrestling history.
As a former Intercontinental champion and multiple Slammy award winner, Santino has left a legacy in the WWE that will be remembered long after he’s gone. But nowadays, far removed from the glamour of the ring, Santino keeps busy with books, podcasts, and YouTube channels.
Net Worth: $3M
Dustin Rhodes, more commonly known to wrestling fans as the infamous Goldust, has had a storied career in the WWE since he first stepped into the ring in 1988. He rose to stardom in 1995 when his character Goldust debuted, becoming an instant fan favorite.
Throughout his career with the WWE, Dustin won multiple championships, most notably the Intercontinental Championship and WWE Hardcore Championship. Nowadays, after some time away from the company, he's still active on the independent scene and is currently appearing on All Elite Wrestling.
Net Worth: $5M
Darren Kenneth Matthews, more popularly known as William Regal, is a British professional wrestler and manager who began his career in 1988. From the early days of training with Ted Betaly and under the guidance of Robbie Brookside, Regal has gone on to become a multi-time wrestling champion within the WWE.
His success in the ring has been noted for its technical precision, and his memorable face-offs with wrestlers such as The Rock have earned him legendary status when it comes to professional wrestling fans. Outside the ring, he’s a general manager and an ambassador for both RAW and SmackDown.
Greg "The Hammer" Valentine
Net Worth: $5M
Greg "The Hammer" Valentine is a wrestling legend that started his career with the WWE back in 1970. Valentine has seen it all, from feuding with former U.S. champion Bob Backlund to taking the Intercontinental Title from Tito Santana in 1984. With his signature figure four leg lock, Greg cemented his legacy by taking part in some of wrestling's most memorable matches, involving Randy “Macho Man” Savage and Ric Flair, just to name a few.
The Hammer retired in 2019, and the Hall-of-Famer spends his days tending to his garden and sailing his boat in his hometown of Florida.
Net Worth: $2M
Shelton Benjamin has had an impressive career that spans almost two decades. The WWE Hall of Famer began his journey as a professional wrestler in 2000 and quickly rose to superstardom when he teamed up with fellow wrestler Charlie Haas.
From then on, he quickly became one of the most iconic names of the "SmackDown!" era, becoming a two-time Intercontinental Champion and even forming part of Team Angle, winning tag titles. Nowadays, Benjamin is still enjoying success as part of AEW rosters, with some exciting matches under his belt against wrestlers half his age.