Before retiring, Michaels wrestled in the WWE for over 30 years. He has multiple achievements to his name, including eleven Slammy Awards, and he was a four-time world champion. As an ambassador for WWE, he made the most of his income. As of 2021, Shawn Michaels' net worth is predicted to be $17 million.
During his time in WWE, Michaels worked regular pay dates across Europe, making anywhere between $100,000 and $250,000 per event.
After retiring from wrestling in 2015, Michaels returned in 2017 to work several house shows before officially announcing his retirement a month later.
Since then, he has appeared at many of WWE's major events including WrestleMania 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41 and 42. He also made special appearances on Raw during 2018 to celebrate his 25th anniversary in the industry.
Michaels currently works as a color analyst for Monday Night Raw on NBC.
He makes about $150,000 per event today.
Bret Michaels Net Worth: Bret Michaels is a $16 million American rock performer and reality TV personality. During the 1980s and 1990s, Bret was best known as the lead singer of the popular rock band Poison. After leaving the band in 1997, he started his own music festival that ran for three years on Sunset Strip in Los Angeles.
Before joining Poison, Bret worked at a Chevrolet dealership in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin. He also has said that he performed in high school bands before becoming famous.
After leaving Poison, Bret has had several other successful projects including Dio's Dream, a metal band with his wife Vivian Campbell and their friend Craig Goldy. The band released one album in 2001 called Witness.
Bret has also appeared as himself on two episodes of VH1's Celebrity Fit Club. In addition, he has been featured on several other television shows including Singing with Celebrities, Making the Band (3 seasons), The Surreal Life (season 3), Punk'd (episode "Punk'd Again"), and Too Hot Tamales (season 1).
Bret has also had several roles in movies including Black Christmas 2 (1998) and Rock 'n' Roll Nightmare (1980).
As of August 2019, The Undertaker's net worth was $17 million. The Undertaker's performance in the 2007 Royal Rumble battle is regarded as one of his most thrilling. The event's supercard featured five professional wrestling events, and he won the title by defeating one of the most popular wrestlers, Shawn Michaels. The Undertaker continued to defend his championship until March 2008 when he lost it to John Cena.
He returned to WWE in 2009 and has been a part-time performer since then, usually appearing at major events such as WrestleMania or SummerSlam.
The Undertaker first came onto the scene in 1995 when he was hired by World Wrestling Federation (WWF). He originally performed as an unnamed jobber before being given a match at Survivor Series against the legendary Andre the Giant which he lost. This marked the beginning of The Undertaker's rise to fame and popularity with fans across the world. Since then, he has appeared at nearly every WWF/WWE pay-per-view including 9 times at WrestleMania.
His official biography on WWE's website reads: "Bobby Lashley recently asked The Undertaker how long he planned to keep haunting casinos around the world. The Deadman simply replied, 'Until I find something that makes me dead inside.' It's a question many have asked themselves over the years but only The Undertaker knows the true answer."
Daniel Bryan Net Worth and Salary: Daniel Bryan is a $12 million net worth American professional wrestler. He first gained attention for his work in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) where he is currently employed as the authority figure of the brand extension of NXT, called the "World Heavyweight Champion". He is also known for being one half of the tag team The Broken Wings with A-Train.
Bryan's career has been marked by success and controversy. When he started out, he was given the nickname "The Yes Man" because fans would always say "yes!" when he entered the ring. During this time, he was involved in multiple storylines with John Cena that led to both men becoming world champions. After leaving WWE, he formed his own wrestling promotion called Straight Edge Branding. They held their first show on May 23, 2010 and featured eight matches. The event drew 1,500 people and earned $120,000 at the Southgate Shopping Centre in Columbia, South Carolina.
In 2011, WWE hired him back after they lost interest in creating new characters. Since returning, he has won several championships including the World Heavyweight Championship twice. In 2014, he began working the independent circuit again after WWE cancelled their partnership agreement with Straight Edge Branding.