Top Ten Richest Wrestlers in WWE (P1)

WWE brand is more outstanding than other wrestling brands such as Ring of Honor, TNA, and New Japan Pro Wrestling thanks to the participation of some of the most prestigious wrestlers in the world.

WEE wrestlers earn well and that is the reason why its wrestlers are known as the richest wrestlers in the world. Here are the top ten richest wrestlers in the WWE in 2020.

10/ Big Show (Net worth: $1.2 million)

Big Show is a professional American wrestler cum an actor of the WWE. He debuted his career in the World Championship Wrestling (WCW), called The Giant. Until now, Big Show has been working in the WWE for nearly 20 years and has earned a high income worth $1.1 million from this wrestling business. 

Big Show has appeared in feature films and television shows such as The Waterboy, Jingle All The Way, and Start Trek, and the action drama named Burn Notice. 

9/ Kane (Net worth: $1.3 million)

Kane is one of the oldest wrestlers on the list when beginning his career in 1992. However, he remains a legend at the moment who gets high income from the organization despite the irregular performances. 

 8/ Sheamus (Net worth: $1.3 million)

Sheamus has not been around for a long time; he earns $1.3 million per year from his star power. He is known as a good friend of the popular wrestler-Triple H. That is why he gets higher paid than other senior WWE wrestlers. 

7/Randy Orton (Net worth: $1.6 million)

Randy Orton has been established as a WWE chief star and has won 16 overall WWE championships so far. He was also the winner of the 2009 and 2017 Royal Rumble matches. Now, he is one of the highest-paid wrestlers in WWE with a net worth of $1.6 million. 

6/Brock Lesnar (Net worth: $2 million)

During his contract with the WWE, Brock Lesnar has got a $2 million payment as a superstar. After he was identified with diverticulitis, Lesnar was the former UFC heavyweight champion and left the MMA. 

The Rock Has Agreed to Appear on Impact Wrestling’s Hall of Fame

Professional wrestler Ken Shamrock has invited Dwayne The Rock Johnson to induct him into Impact Wrestling’s Hall of Fame, and The Rock’s answer was yes.

The Rock has agreed to make a special appearance on Impact Wrestling to induct Ken Shamrock, an old wrestling friend, into Impact Wrestling’s Hall of Fame. Shamrock asked Dwayne Johnson for the favor on social media and The Rock enthusiastically answered that he would make it happen.

Shamrock and Johnson used to team up to wrestle in the late 1990s. Shamrock said that these matches were a part of his greatest wrestling memories and the professional wrestler only saw it fitting that his old friend would also assist in his induction ceremony.

Johnson’s history with Shamrock comes back to the very beginning of his professional wrestling career. Having defeated Shamrock, The Rock won his first WWE Championship with an infamous chair battle which caused Johnson to slam a metal folding chair into Shamrock’s face.

Shamrock will participate in Impact Wrestling’s Hall of Fame on Impact Wrestling’s Bound for Glory pay-per-view weekend event, taking place on October 24. He has also been inducted into Ultimate Fighting Championship’s Hall of Fame before.

Currently, Ken Shamrock serves in the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program as a subject matter expert, being one of only few mixed martial artists allowed to train others in the military. Previously, Chamrock has been a Worldwide Wrestling Federation champion, known as the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) now. In 2019, he founded Valor Bare Knuckle, a sporting platform for supporters to watch bare-knuckle-style boxing.

After they tangled in the ring during the famed Attitude Era over Johnson’s Intercontinental Title, having The Rock involved in his induction is fitting. When he re-signed with IMPACT last year, The Rock was fully praised for his former on-screen rival and helped him build his own beloved character.

Best Wrestling Channels to Watch on YouTube (P2)

4/ Wrestlelamia

If you think that this channel only involves in the yearly WrestleMania matches, you should look closely at the name. Wrestlelamia provides its viewers with a more dynamic mix of videos.

It is one of the best wrestling YouTube channels that show content like “the greatest secrets revealed,” wrestling analysis, WWE moments, unraveled mysteries, and among others.

Because it is an entertainment show, some people think that the act of modern wrestling is fake or acted.

5/ All Elite Wrestling

All Elite Wrestling (AEW) is a professional wrestling entertainment firm established in 2019. AEW has created by many famous wrestlers such as Matt Hardy, Cody Rhodes, and Nick Jackson (The Elites).

The YouTube channel features programs that are different from famous WWE event such as AEW Dark and AEW Dynamite in every Tuesday and Wednesday.
All Elite Wrestling shows full matches, highlights, and past events of the AEW at the AEW Dark while features some extra acting at AEW Dynamite.

6/ Wrestling With Wregret

Wrestling With Wregret is one of the most creative and informative YouTube channels about wrestling. The special feature of this channel is its presentation of the wrestling storylines in comical ways by the manager of the channel, Brian Zane.

It also features nominated wrestling reviews, top ten videos, and awkward wrestling pasts via the unique forms.

7/ IMPACT Wrestling

If you want to try something other than NXT, RAW, and SmackDown, you should subscribe to Impact Wrestling channel. It is one of the most dynamic wrestling YouTube channels.

IMPACT Wrestling entertains its viewers with the video related to TNA, including the highlights to full matches. It is great for those who are keen on keeping up with the latest happenings in the world of TNA as IMPACT Wrestling keeps track of the upcoming events.

Interestingly, this channel provides you with a compilation of past wrestling event ten years ago. It makes IMPACT become a unique wrestling channel.

Four WWE Superstars that tried out a vegan lifestyle (part 2)

3. Lita

Amy Christine Dumas, better known as Lita to the WWE fans, is an American animal rights activist, singer and semi-retired professional wrestler. In 2003, she founded the animal charity A.D.O.R.E. (Amy Dumas Operation Rescue and Education).

Lita revealed that she has been a vegetarian since she was 14 and then she wasn’t when she was on the road wrestling. So when she retired, she transitioned back.

Lita was involved in the first three Monday Night RAW major events featuring women and also one of the key members of the women’s revolution in WWE. She also faced Victoria in the first women’s steel cage match in 2003. Debuting in 1999, Lita was extremely impressive on the WWE universe, becoming a four-time WWE Women’s Champion.

Having officially inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2014, Rita is still a favorite professional wrestler among WWE fans. Now she remains a dedicated animal rights activist.

4. CM Punk

CM Punk, a former WWE champion, is a vocal advocate for the straight edge lifestyle. He spent almost of his time in WWE on portraying the Straight Edge Superstar, where he would spin the lifestyle depending on whether he was a heel or a face.

Being a face, Punk projected it as a higher moral standard. Being a heel, Punk used it as an angle to make him a cult leader. This eventually resulted in the brilliant Straight Edge Society angle.

Punk also introduced veganism in his life to test out his self-discipline. Being definitely a vegan in 2012, he eventually gave up due to the pressures of being on the road. It is unclear whether he came back to vegan lifestyle after his time with WWE ended.

Despite having since retired from the WWE, Punk made his name in the industry thanks to his razor sharp promos and ability to push the envelope. He has left an indelible impact on WWE fans.

Best Wrestling Channels to Watch on YouTube (P1)

If you are a fan of wrestling, you will try hard to never miss a show. However, if you cannot watch it on TV, you can subscribe to the following YouTube channels.


WWE is the official YouTube channel of the World Wrestling Entertainment. The channel aims to help wrestling fans not miss out on any important events within the WWE world.

If you a true fan of wrestling, you should visit the WWE channel regularly. WWE will update with the latest videos about the wrestling matches and highlights.

Since it is a verified wrestling YouTube channel, you can stream live wrestling events such as WrestleMania, SummerSlam, and WWE Hall of Fame, among others.

However, if you are not a fan of wrestling, you can visit WWE channel to try WWE Monday Night Raw, SmackDown matches, Payback events, and videos such as Top 10 NXT Moments. We believe that you can get addicted to wrestling entertainment.

2/Fact 5 Wrestling

Fact 5 Wrestling is one of the YouTube channels that bring wrestling in the most hilarious form. With some of the weirdest wrestling moments, Fact 5 Wrestling is one of the best channels to view when you are bored and stressed.

Although the actual wrestling has its sounds and music, these will be overshadowed by the whimsical sounds and memes from the wrestling videos.

The quality videos and dynamic humor make Fact 5 Wrestling become one of the most attractive wrestling channels that you must try.

3/ Cultaholic Wrestling

Unlike Fact 5 Wrestling, Cultaholic Wrestling brings you the most outrageous wrestling moments from SummerSlam, NXT, and Raw. However, the channel will not up the wrestling news regularly.

This channel provides match predictions, comparisons, behind-the-scenes content, and the mysteries about wrestling. If you are keen on wrestling podcast, you should pin this YouTube channel.

Four WWE Superstars that tried out a vegan lifestyle (part 1)

Persuading vegan lifestyle requires a lot of commitment. For WWE Superstars, this is doubly true since they need to maintain a rigorous health care routine. However, that hasn’t prevented a number of WWE superstars from adopting a vegan lifestyle. Here’s a list of four WWE Superstars that adopted a vegan lifestyle.

1. Daniel Bryan

Daniel Bryan’s WWE career has been strongly influenced by his personal life choices. Becoming a vegan since 2009 after suffering from elevated liver enzymes and several staph infections, his diet was part of his early wrestling personas in WWE. More recently, he has even chosen a vegan lifestyle. He once shared with Sports Illustrated that vegan food is the stuff that makes him feel good.

He became a frenzied environmentalist who berated the WWE fans constantly for their blatant using and damaging the environment as well. He was awarded a Libby Award from PETA in 2012 for being the Most Animal-Friendly Athlete.

However, Daniel was no longer a vegan because of the complexitiy of traveling with WWE. He had also developed a soy intolerance but counldn’t find enough non-soy vegan food. In spite of that, he try to keep a mostly vegan diet while on the road.

2. Maryse Ouellet

Maryse Ouellet, a former Miss Hawaiian Tropic Canada, became a professional wrestler and now is one half of the Most Must-See couple in WWE. She chosed to adopt a vegan lifestyle and confirmed to be a vegan while re-tweeting a post in 2015.

You can also see this in the reality TV series Miz and Mrs, in which she is the main star besides her husband, The Miz. Maryse tried to convince The Miz to adopt vegetarianism. During a trip to a farm, she challenged The Miz to spend a full week without eating meat. If he succeeded, she would eat anything he asked her to.

Maryse signed on with the WWE back in 2007 and became a two-time WWE Divas Champion. She has also a successful valet/manager of superstars such as Ted DiBiase and Miz.

Ten Wrestlers in WWE in Dating Competition (P2)

3/ John Morrison (WWE) & Taya Valkyrie (IMPACT!)

After the relationship with WWE alumni and MNM’s manager Melina for several years, John Morrison started dating fitness model cum wrestler Tara Valkyrie in 2016. They worked together in IMPACT! and Lucha Underground.

In 2011, Taya inked a developmental contract with WWE. In the same year, Morrison left the firm after ten-year of accompanying, during which he gained the tag titles five times, the Intercontinental Championship three times, and the ECW World Championship.

On June 1, 2019, they held the marriage with the attendance of many wrestling guests, with John’s groomsmen being Zack Ryder, The Miz, and Dolph Ziggler.

Morrison came back to the WWE on January 3, 2020 at the episode of SmackDown while Tara is still signed to IMPACT!

4/ Mickie James (WWE) & Nick Aldis (NWA)

As a future Hall of Famer for the WWE, Mickie James has achieved the WWE Women’s Championship for five times and have had first-rate matches with Beth Phoenix, Trish Stratus, and Asuka. Meanwhile, Nick Aldis is an NWA World Champion, who has helped develop the NWA brand remarkably.

They met together when working for the TNA. They married in 2015 and had a son after that.

5/ Bayley (WWE) & Aaron Solow (AEW)

Bayley is a famous wrestler and becomes the first Women’s Grand Slam champion in the WWE. Meanwhile, her partner Aaron Solow is less well-known as he has spent most of his time on the independent circuit. Aaron participated in the WWE for a short time and was one of the five alternatives for the Cruiserweight Classic in 2016.

They became engaged in November 2016 after the dating since 2010. However, Solow disappointed fans and those in the wrestling industry for being in a relationship with one of four of the legendary Four Horsewomen.

At present, Bayley is tearing up on SmackDown while Solow is working on AEM Dark, joining Scorpio Sky, The Gunn Club, and Jurassic Express.

Two Biggest Company in Pro Wrestling Industry of Japan

When it comes to pro wrestling, the US-based WWE, the largest pro-wrestling company in the world, quickly comes to your mind. While in Japan, wrestling draws thousands of fans to venues across the country. Now let’s take a look at two biggest companies in pro wrestling of Japan.

New Japan Pro Wrestling

Among 12 major wrestling companies in Japan, New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) is the biggest one.

Founded in 1972, NJPW is a 5 billion dollar revenue company that hosts annual biggest show, Wrestle Kingdom, at the Tokyo Dome. The 1993 version of the event, Fantastic Story in the Tokyo Dome, atracted 63,500 fans, which records the largest number for a pro wrestling event at the Tokyo Dome.

NJPW also has a presence outside of Japan. From 2014 to 2019, NJPW aired on American TV network AXS TV with 200,000 viewers each week with their Japanese-style pro-wrestling brand. Although the program is no longer shown, American interest in NJPW still exists. In addition to NJPW videos available for sale on Amazon, they also have their own streaming service, NJPW World, which is available to fans worldwide and now has about 100,000 subscribers.

Michinoku Pro

Among more than 20 small/medium-sized wrestling companies in Japan, Michinoku Pro is the most successful.

Founded in 1993, Michinoku Pro has most of their events in the Tōhoku region but they are popular in other areas of the country as well. Their DVDs are sold in stores nationwide. Michinoku Pro usually has events in Tokyo, especially in Shin-Kiba 1st Ring venue.

Michinoku Pro has also put more focus on the Korakuen Hall, which is known as a place where a lot of historical moments of Japanese pro wrestling have occurred. Their event on December 13 last year at Korakuen Hall had a sellout, standing room only attendance of 1,890, which is the highest reported attendance at the Hall for a pro-wrestling event since April 2015.

Ten Wrestlers in WWE in Dating Competition (p1)

Dating in the wrestling community is similar to dating in a small town when everyone knows each other and their romantic history. Wrestlers are attracted together due to the carnival-like lifestyle when their time is mostly spent on the road together.

The following are ten couples of wrestlers in the WWE who are dating in the competition.

1/ Ruby Riott (WWE) and Cousin Jake (IMPACT!)

Ruby Riott made her name on the independent circuit from the beginning of 2010 and was signed a contract with the WWE in 2016. He was famous for the punk heels stable The Riott Squad with Sarah Logan and Liv Morgan, which attracted a cult following online from WWE fans.

Meanwhile, Cousin Jake has signed a contract with IMPACT! in March 2019. He teamed up with Cody Deaner to found The Deaners. You could know him from the weekly wacky Wrestle House, an IMPACT!’s reality show.

Fans knew that they have been dating since 2018 via their cute exchanges on Twitter. On a promo Jake posted on Twitter in August 2019, Ruby commented that “My boyfriend is so cool.”

2/ Toni Storm (NXT UK) and Juice Robinson (NJPW)

Born in New Zealand, Toni Storm is considered as a future headliners in the female WWE wrestling. At the age of 24, she unbelievably won the 2018 Mae Young Classic at Evolution after defeating Io Shirai and the NXT UK Women’s Championship after beating Rhea Ripley.

Meanwhile, Juice Robinson is one of the top wrestlers in Japan and has become the IWGP United States Champion for twice. He worked for the WWE in the 2011-2015 period as a CJ Parker before being asked for the release from the company.

Juice Robinson missed a chance to work with Toni Storm as she made her debut for the WWE in 2017. However, it did not prevent them from getting together to date.

Storm confirmed the relationship with Robinson with a picture of Robinson embracing her. Since that, she has continued posting pictures of the happy couple online. (To be continued)

Education Requirements for Professional Wrestling (part 2)

Check out WWE’s website

WWE provides one of the best opportunities in professional wrestling, which can boost a wrestler’s career to great lengths. Head to WWE’s site to see what is expected from you as an applicant before making your decision to choose which program to learn wrestling.

When you have determined their education requirements, choose trainers or programs that will help you reach them. There may be trainers who specifically provide training that help get a spot in WWE. Sign up for those programs and start for the WWE tryouts. Once you are ready, come back to their performance center website and sign up for a tryout. WWE will give you 4-6 weeks to prepare and provide details on the place where these tryouts will take place.

Prepare for WWE tryouts

Once you have been sent confirmation and date, you should start preparing for the tryout. Finding your own ways to improve your skill and humble yourself. In addition, prepare your finance if you need to travel to a different state or even abroad for the tryouts. Asking different types and sizes of fighter to prepare for anything. Remember to prepare yourself mentally for loss and never give up at any cost.

Keep an open mind for anything may happen afterwards

If there is a program that you have qualified for, WWE will contact you. Keep it in mind that not all will make since it is only the elite fighters who even get consideration. Once you’ve been accepted, remember that wrestling may be not as beautiful as what you can see on T.V. It is really tough when you get inside so keep training hard and work out like you are always fighting.

Sometimes you may get injured or not qualify or feel homesick when you are far from home for so long. Remain humble and keep an open mind that you may lose some certain games or even be ripped of sponsorship by your agent. These things happening may make many wrestlers to crack under pressure.