Top 10 Famous WWE Superstars And Where Are They Now?

Check out the current lives of WWE superstars like The Rock, The Great Khali, and Randy Orton. From acting to politics, see how these wrestlers have evolved.

World Wrestling Entertainment has produced many WWE superstars, and the majority of fans have witnessed how drastically the game has changed. It’s difficult to keep track of all the wrestlers that WWE has produced, from megastars like Ric Flair and The Rock to household names like Randy Ortega and Rey Mysterio. However, some have succeeded in other fields, while others have gradually lost prominence.

Fans are still curious to learn about the whereabouts of their favourite wrestlers, though, throughout the world. It’s time to go back to the WWE and get a behind-the-scenes look at the lives of both active and retired wrestlers.

Let’s have a look at the top 10 famous WWE superstars and where are they now


The Rock: Estimated $800 Million

The Rock, whose real name is Dwayne Douglas Johnson, is one of the biggest WWE superstars of all time. In honour of his father and grandfather, who were all legendary wrestlers, he began his career under the moniker Rocky Maivia. Through his diligence and commitment, The Rock ascended the WWE ladder and came to be associated with achievement.

In 2019, he announced his retirement from professional wrestling, and these days, he’s a popular performer and actor. In addition, he founded the Dwayne Johnson Rock Foundation, which provides medical assistance to sick children worldwide. It’s reasonable to say that The Rock is more popular than ever, especially considering his amazing body and charming attitude.

The Great Khali: Estimated $6 Million

The Great Khali, formerly known as Dalip Singh Rana, stands 7 feet 1 inch tall, making him one of the tallest wrestlers. WWE superstar Khali was in the Punjab State Police before the WWE journey. But in 2014, he gave up wrestling after nearly 15 years to start Continental Wrestling Entertainment, his institution. However, he returned to the ring in 2017 to assist Jinder Mahal in the Battleground, indicating that his retirement was short-lived. The Great Khali is a television personality in India and the United States, in addition to his career as a wrestler.

Randy Orton: Estimated $15 Million

For a lot of fans, Randy Keith Orton is a legendary wrestler who was once in the news for his personal life and previous scandals. More precisely, despite his best efforts to keep quiet about it, he was caught using steroids in 2007. In addition, he divorced Samantha Speno, his ex-wife, in 2013. Nonetheless, it appears like Randy Orton has been gradually reconstructing his personal life, since he married Kimberly Kessler in 2015. In addition, he continued to wrestle professionally while attempting his hand at acting, appearing in programs like Deal or No Deal and That’s What I Am.

The Undertaker: Estimated $17 Million

The Undertaker, also known as Mark William Calaway, has won 17 championships and is still feared in the ring. Despite his advanced age of 56, he still exudes intimidation with his powerful physique. But regrettably, he gave up professional wrestling in 2020 to focus on his real estate job, having wrestled for thirty years. Regarding his private life, The Undertaker has said in several interviews that he and his wife both have a passion for animals. He established a fund to help animals by covering the cost of life-saving procedures.

Paige: Estimated $3.5 Million

Paige entered the scene at the tender age of 13 and comes from a family of professional wrestlers. She immediately rose to prominence as one of the all-time most successful female wrestlers because of her enthusiasm and determination. But after 13 years of combat, she decided to give up the ring and get into acting. She starred in a comedy-drama series called “Fighting With My Family,” based on her own family. Despite experiencing ups and downs in her personal life, she is currently in a relationship with Falling in Reverse’s lead singer, Ronnie Radke.

Big Show: $16 Million

Big Show has been an iconic figure in WWE since he began his career over 21 years ago. He was first introduced as Andre the Giant’s son, but he soon took on the Big Show image. What is he doing today, then? Big Show dabbled in acting in addition to wrestling. His portrayal of Walter Krunk in the 2010 comedy Knucklehead was undoubtedly one of his biggest roles. He soon made a comeback to wrestling, though, and is currently a member of All Elite Wrestling.

Batista: $16 Million

David Michael Bautista Jr. is a well-known WWE veteran to audiences interested in both movies and wrestling. Batista’s proficiency in mixed martial arts allowed him to rack up 249 victories. But Batista is more than just a bodybuilder and wrestler—he’s also a successful and gifted actor. It is safe to conclude that he has a long and prosperous career ahead of him with films like Riddick and Guardians of the Galaxy.

Stone Cold Steve Austin: $30 Million

Stone Cold Steve Austin is regarded as one of the greatest and most influential wrestlers of all time. He is the proud winner of multiple championships, including the WWF Championship and WWF Intercontinental Championship. However, due to multiple injuries, he retired from wrestling in 2003. Now, he mostly focuses on his acting career while also appearing occasionally during WWE/WWF shows.

Kane: $9 Million

Glenn Thomas Jacobs, also known as Kane, is one of the most dangerous and scary superstars of WWE. Kane is a legendary wrestler, and he is still active and performing occasionally in the WWE Smackdown. Besides wrestling, he is also an actor, businessman, and politician.

In 2018, Kane became Knox County Mayor, which is his most significant political achievement to date. He also announced that he will continue to participate in the second term election.

Goldberg: $16 Million

William Scott Goldberg, popularly known as Goldberg, became well-known in the 1990s as a result of his wrestling success. Because of his winning streaks from 1997 to 1998, he became more popular in the WWE. He is not retired yet, but he is not as busy as he used to be, spending most of his time running his own amateur boxing facility and gym.

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