These Pro Wrestling Legends Are The Richest Of All Time

1. Edge: Edge (real name: Adam Copeland) was trained by professional wrestlers such as Ron Hutchison and Sweet Daddy Siki.

2. “The Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase: Nicknamed “The Million Dollar Man,” pro-wrestler Ted DiBiase has held thirty titles.

3. Randy Orton: Randy Orton, like Vince McMahon, is one link in a generation of wrestlers. Orton is the third generation.

4. Rey Mysterio, Jr.: Rey Mysterio is signed to the Raw brand of the WWE, which with 27 seasons is one of the more lucrative offshoots.

5. Kurt Angle: Kurt Angle is still signed to the WWE, except he works backstage as a producer.

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6. Triple H: Triple H (born Paul Levesque) is a business executive, as well as an actor and professional wrestler. 

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7. Mick Foley: Mick Foley is a former pro-wrestler who is currently signed as a color commentator to the WWE.

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8. Brock Lesnar: Brock Lesnar is not just a professional wrestler who is signed to the WWE. He is also both a former MMA artist and NFL player.

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9. The Undertaker: The Undertaker is one of the more terrifying members of this list. The Undertaker is a 6’10” member of the WWE.

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10. John Cena: John Cena has managed to amass such a high net worth through not just his WWE career.

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11. Bret “The Hitman” Hart: Bret “The Hitman” Hart is a retired pro-wrestler who became a champion in the eighties and nineties.

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12. Shawn Michaels: Retired pro-wrestler Shawn Michaels is best-known by his ring-names “The Heartbreak Kid” .

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13. Ric Flair: Ric Flair has had a wrestling career that has spanned forty years. He has wrestled for the JCP, WCW, and WWE.

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