List Of The Richest AEW Wrestlers And Their Net Worth 2021

List Of The Richest AEW Wrestlers And Their Net Worth 2021

All Elite Wrestling is rising in the pro-wrestling ranks, giving WWE quite a run for their money. Speaking of money, here are the richest AEW wrestlers and their net worth 2021

The new promotion All Elite Wrestling has roped in many talented performers throughout the globe, giving WWE its worst WCW flashbacks. It has showered certain wrestlers with loads of money for performing under their banner, and they will soon rise to become the highest-paid individuals in the business. That being so, read on to know the richest AEW wrestlers of 2021.

Top 10 Richest AEW Wrestlers And Net Worth 2021

10. PAC ($750,000)

PAC performed for WWE from 2012 to 2018 as a successful high-flyer under the ring-name Neville. He is the only wrestler to have held both the NXT and WWE Cruiserweight Championships and his net worth stands at $750k.

9. Kenny Omega ($800,000)

It’s a wonder how Kenny Omega is a household name in pro-wrestling despite never having worked for WWE. He currently holds 3 championships across the 3 promotions of AEW, Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide and Impact Wrestling. With a net worth of $800k, which is bound to rise soon, he is also one of AEW’s Executive Vice President.

8. Brandi Rhodes ($1 Million)

Brandi Rhodes works both as an in-ring performer and AEW’s Chief Brand Officer with a net worth of $1 Million. She previously worked as a ring announcer in WWE by the name of Eden Stiles till she followed her husband Cody, helping him in the creation of AEW.

7. The Young Bucks ($2 Million)

Matt and Nick Johnson form The Young Bucks who are the flagship tag team of AEW. They also work as Executive Vice Presidents with a net worth of $1 Million each. They are the current and longest reigning AEW World Tag Team Champions.

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6. Jack Hager ($3 Million)

Known by his WWE ring-name Jack Swagger, Jack Hager is not only signed to AEW but also ranks eight in the Bellator Heavyweight rankings. He is the only man in history to have been ECW, WWE and Lucha Underground Champion with a net worth of $3 Million.

5. Dustin Rhodes ($3 Million)

Dustin Rhodes has won over fifteen championships during his time at WWE as Goldust. He confirmed his departure from the company in April 2019. With over 3 decades of experience in the industry, it’s no surprise that his net worth stands at $3 Million.

4. Cody Rhodes ($4 Million)

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Cody Rhodes left WWE after requesting his release in 2016 and joined hands with the Elite and Tony Khan to create AEW. He not only wrestles for the promotion, but also serves as the Executive Vice President. With a net worth of $4 Million, the only path Cody knows is up.

3. Matt Hardy ($5 Million)

Matt Hardy has a three-decade long career in pro-wrestling career as one of the most iconic tag team duos with his brother Jeff Hardy. He jumped to AEW earlier this year and his net worth stands at an impressive $5 Million.

2. Jon Moxley ($6.1 Million)

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Jon Moxley (aka Dean Ambrose) is the current AEW World Champion with a net worth of $6.1 Million. He was in the prime-time of his WWE career when he signed a lucrative deal with AEW last year and defeated Chris Jericho at the AEW Revolution PPV in February.

1. Chris Jericho ($18 Million)

You probably know Y2J for his career in WWE but he has also won championships in WCW, ECW, NJPW, and AEW. A musician with his band Fozzy and a talk show host at the Talk is Jericho podcast, he tops this list with a monstrous net worth of $18 Million.

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