Net Worth: $18M
Christopher Keith Irvine, more commonly known as Chris Jericho, is a man of many talents within the entertainment world. He started his career as a professional wrestler in the early 90s and first signed with the WWE in 1999. Jericho is still very active in the industry, as well as holding an additional career as a talented musician with his band, Fozzy.
Jericho puts his all into anything that he does, which is probably why he’s won several championships during his time in professional wrestling, including the World Heavyweight Championship – three times. As the lead singer of Fozzy, he’s helped to create several albums. He has also appeared on numerous television shows such as “Disney XD” and “Celebrity Duets,” along with hosting ABC’s gameshow, “Downfall.” Irvine lives with his wife and children in Florida, where he co-owns a sports training facility with former NFL stars Tim Tebow and Derrick Brooks.
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Lance Storm, born Lance Evers, is a Canadian pro wrestler that appeared on the scene with the WWE in 2001 as the first WCW wrestler to make the “invasion.” Evers lives and breathes wrestling, and still gets in the ring now and then as a referee. He’s also been working as a producer with Impact Wrestling.
The former pro wrestler uses his celebrity as a voice on other avenues today, such as his monthly column for Fighting Spirit Magazine. He’s very active on a number of wrestling and MMA-related podcasts and is a regular guest on the Figure Four Weekly website. Evers even launched his own with a friend in 2016 that they called, Killing the Town with Storm and Cyrus. He is also a family man and is happily married, with a wife and two daughters, Rebecca and Rachel.
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Chris Benoit joined the WWF in 2000 as part of a stable called The Radicalz, along with Malenko, Guerrero, and Saturn. By 2001, he broke away from the group and kicked off his solo career. In his earlier matches, he won consistently, only to have WWF commissioner, Mick Foley, renege his titles due to cheating. During one four-way TLC match, Benoit badly injured his neck, and had to have surgery.
Benoit continued to wrestle that year, but ultimately had to take the following whole year off to recover from his neck injury. He eventually won the World Heavyweight Title in 2004.
Net Worth: $1.5M
Mark Sciarra, a.k.a Rip Rogers, a.k.a The Disco Kid, and Hercules Marseilles – all of which are names given to the legendary former pro wrestler and wrestling trainer for Ohio Valley. Rogers started wrestling professionally in 1977 as a part of the “Convertible Blondes” with International Championship Wrestling. He won the NWA’s Mid-American Heavyweight Championship before they officially became the WCW.
Sciarra is currently married and working as the head trainer for Ohio Valley Wrestling. He once appeared in a music video for John Mellencamp, as well as made some appearances on "The Pat McAfee Show." The former pro has an estimated net worth of around $1.5 million.
Net Worth: $25M
Stephanie McMahon is the daughter of WWE CEO Vince McMahon and the current CBO of the organization. She started with the company as a model and worked her way into the creative writing department by 2002. The WWE legacy is married to Paul “Triple H” Levesque, fellow wrestler and executive.
McMahon was first promoted to Chief Brand Officer from her role as Executive VP of Creative in 2013. She works closely with advertisers behind the scenes to create the best brand experience for viewers and consumers. In 2016, it was announced that she would be taking over as Raw Commissioner. She and Triple H have three children together. The WWE exec enjoys a comfortable salary of around $1.7M.