RHYNO NET WORTH TRIVIA
Name
Rhyno
Real Name
Terrance Gerin
Date of Birth
October 7, 1975
Place of Birth
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Hometown
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Debut
1994
Jeff Jarrett
Now that Global Force Wrestling has been officially announced, skeptical fans have been questioning whether or not Jeff Jarrett has enough of a net worth to fund such an endeavor. While he is putting some of his own money into the project, the TNA founder is not alone in this venture. Aside from Toby Keith chipping in a large chunk, there are other investors being lined up as well.
April 14, 2014
Ultimate Warrior
Almost immediately after word spread about his death, a lot of people became curious about the net worth of the Ultimate Warrior, especially since fans were introduced to his mother, wife and daughters at the WWE Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Some websites are reporting that the Ultimate Warrior's net worth is approximately $1.6 million.
April 9, 2014
Vince McMahon
"I don't consider myself a rich person. I know that I am, but it's not like I belong to any country clubs. I have a car that goes very fast and a motorcycle that goes extraordinarily fast [he said of his Bentley and a Boss Hoss 502]. I love speed. Beyond that, I don't really have anything in common with anyone in Greenwich except zeros. Normally I do not like rich people. I have a voracious appetite, for life and everything in it. To a certain extent I will die a very frustrated man because I didn't do this or accomplish that." - Vince McMahon talking about his net worth
March 26, 2014
Scott Steiner
A website called Sport Rich List is claiming that Scott Steiner has a net worth of approximately $4.4 million, which instantly caused wrestling fans to wonder about the legitimacy of that claim, as the former WWE star has not collected a big salary in quite some time. There are those that believe that he is suing TNA because he is hoping to cash in a big pay day.
March 21, 2014
Eva Marie
Now that she is starting to make her name known, thanks to appearances on Total Divas and Monday Night Raw, a lot of people have been looking into the net worth of Eva Marie. While some sites like Celebrity Net Worth have been attempting to draw in those WWE fans to their site, it is much too soon for any of that relevant data about her financial situation to be available.
March 14, 2014
Vince McMahon
Recently, Forbes magazine revealed that Vince McMahon had a net worth of over a billion dollars again. The main reason is because WWE is worth a lot more now than it was previously. Stocks are doing extremely well, and the company is valued at around $2.24 billion right now. The launch of the WWE Network helped gain the trust of investors.
March 8, 2014
Vince McMahon
For years, wrestling fans have debated the net worth of Vince McMahon. While he has been a billionaire before, many did not believe that he had dropped down to millionaire status. Well, the WWE CEO has made the jump once again into billionaire status, and this time, he is being recognized by Forbes magazine for that accomplishment.
March 3, 2014
Jeff Jarrett
While some are wondering whether Jeff Jarrett has enough money to start a new wrestling promotion, it was now been revealed that he has quite a bit of investors lined up. Toby Keith, a musician whose net worth is approximately $500 million, is leading the way, but there are also others with deep pockets who have signed on. Jarrett's credentials helped to seal the deal.
March 1, 2014
Dixie Carter
A website called The Richest is reporting that Jeff Jarrett has a net worth of approximately $2 million. Despite the site not providing much financial details, that has caused a lot of fans to lock in on the numbers. Jarrett made a good amount of money from his time in WWE and WCW, and received a sizable amount from Dixie Carter and her family.
February 18, 2014
Shane McMahon
Earlier this week, wrestling fans learned a little more about the net worth of Shane McMahon. It was revealed that he holds approximately $35 million in stock with WWE. It has now been discovered that he also has approximately $13 million in stock with YOU on Demand, the company where he once served as the CEO.
February 17, 2014
Jeff Jarrett
Since rumors have popped up about Jeff Jarrett starting a new wrestling promotion, a lot of people have begun to question what his net worth is. While he seems to have a good amount of money saved up, the TNA founder is actually doing the wise thing by pulling in well funded investors to help him launch this project.
February 16, 2014
Kevin Von Erich
Since he is now living comfortably in Hawaii, where the former WCCW star is simply just enjoying nature, many have been wondering what the net worth of Kevin Von Erich is. Those numbers are not readily available to the public, but it is safe to assume that he received a sizable check from WWE for the wrestling library that his family owned for years.
February 6, 2014
Ken Shamrock

Since news has surfaced that Ken Shamrock is now working as a security guard, many are starting to question his net worth. Some sources are stating that the former UFC champion is worth approximately $1.5 million, but many believe that it is much lower than that.

January 10, 2014
Roddy Piper

While it has been years since his heyday as a professional wrestler and actor, sources are stating that Roddy Piper still has a net worth of $4 million right now. The belief is that he made quite a bit of money during his time with WCW and has invested well.

January 1, 2014
Tully Blanchard
Apparently, there is a fair amount of people out there that have been wondering about the net worth of Tully Blanchard, as several sites have used his name to target search engines. None have provided much information on his value. While the former US champion did not make a lot of money in the NWA and WWE, he also was quite the big spender during his days.
February 14, 2012
Rhyno
A picture of Rhyno and Kevin Nash together at a convention recently.
April 12, 2014
Rhyno
"It's definitely tough, it's always been tough, but it all lies down to the individual, we're all individuals and we all have choices whether we can work for a promotion or not. It's a little easier for me, because I've got a name and reputation and I've built a small little brand with my name and wrestling ability and being on TV for over 13-14 years, so it's a little easier for me. It is very difficult for independent wrestlers, but some aspects of it, it's easier now to get your face out there for independent wrestlers because of social media. Back in the day, when you're poor and living in your car, you don't have $10 to print up an 810 and put together a 15 minute clip on a VHS tape and then pay $5 to mail it out. Now it's just click click on your smartphone and then send the link to a promoter and it's easier for a promoter to look you up. Back when I started, if you were sending a package out, it cost you $20 and it was tough to get your name out there back then. It's easier now for a guy to just click a couple of links, put the match together and send it to a promoter and that costs you nothing, just time." - Rhyno discusses the professional wrestling business
March 12, 2014
Rhyno
Things were a little hectic for Rhyno during Wrestlemania 2005 weekend. At the after party for the event, Rhino got into a huge argument with his wife, which was witnessed by the other wrestlers and company officials. Things escalated to the point where WWE decided to release him from his contract a few days later.
April 9, 2005
Booker T

Chris Benoit shocked the wrestling world when he was able to win the Royal Rumble and earned himself a shot at the World Heavyweight Championship at Wrestlemania. He was successfully able to eliminate the Big Show to win the match.

January 25, 2004
Edge
Rhyno became one of the many people who were left unemployed by the sad closing of ECW, but it did not take long before the former heavyweight champion found another gig. He was picked up by WWE, who was looking to add a ton of depth to their roster. Rhyno made his official debut for the company on Monday Night Raw, joining real life friends Edge and Christian.
March 19, 2001
Kamala
Back when he was a teenager in Mississippi, Kamala was a bit of a thief. He became known in town as a burglar who came from a poor family. The local police did not want to arrest him, so they heavily suggested that he leave town to avoid any further complications. The future WWE star opted to flee to the state of Florida, where he made money by picking fruit.
April 11, 2014
Wahoo McDaniel
In one of the more interesting connections in professional wrestling, when Wahoo McDaniel was a teenager in Texas, he was coached in baseball by George Bush, who would go on to become the 41st President of the United States.
April 9, 2014
Arn Anderson
Even though the truth has been out there for several years now, a lot of wrestling fans are still under the belief that Ole Anderson and Arn Anderson are brothers in real life. They're not. The relationship was created for their on screen characters to help Arn connect with the audience quicker because Ole was already established in the territory.
April 4, 2014
Uncle Elmer
Back during the 1980s, one of the most talked about segment in professional wrestling was when Uncle Elmer got married on national television. It was an actual wedding, as the performer was really wanting to marry his longtime girlfriend. When he approached Vince McMahon about it, the promoter loved the idea and decided to make it a draw for WWE.
April 4, 2014
Bobby Eaton
One of the biggest mysteries in professional wrestling involves Dennis Condrey and his decision to walk away from the Midnight Express. When asked about the situation, Bobby Eaton said that his former tag team partner basically left without saying a word to him for two years. Condrey reportedly did not inform Jim Cornette or the NWA, either.
April 2, 2014
Jim Cornette
While a lot of performers will say that they always wanted to be involved in the professional wrestling industry, Jim Cornette actually means it. The legendary NWA manager started working in the business when he was just 14 years old, serving as a photographer, ring announcer, magazine correspondent and as a public relations person.
March 23, 2014
Randy Savage
Back when he was a star for WWE during the late 1980s, Randy Savage made a discovery that would have a bit of an impact on the professional wrestling industry. The former world heavyweight champion was the one that discovered Sid Vicious, whom he convinced to give the industry a try. Savage sent Vicious to train with Tojo Yamamoto to start his career.
March 22, 2014
Jesse Ventura
After serving six years in the Navy and before becoming a professional wrestling star, Jesse Ventura had a brief stint with the Mongols, a well known motorcycle gang. He states that he was a fully patched member and actually served as the third in command. He left the group prior to the Mongols starting a longstanding war with the Hell's Angels.
March 22, 2014
Dick Murdoch
When he first made his debut in WWE, there were people who speculated that Trevor Murdoch might have been related to the late Dick Murdoch, a wrestler who made his name during the territorial days. However, there are no bloodlines between the two performers. Someone backstage in WWE simply gave Trevor the name because of his resemblance to Dick.
March 21, 2014
Mike Rotunda
Back when he was with the NWA, Mike Rotunda had an amateur wrestler gimmick when he teamed with Rick Steiner. It was actually based on his real life athletic career in college. Rotunda really did wrestle at Syracuse University. He was never an All American, though.
March 21, 2014
Bobby Eaton
Despite being one of the best performers in the history of professional wrestling, Ric Flair has opted against training others in the art of the game. In fact, the former NWA champion has only formally trained one person in his career. That man is Stan Lane, who formed the legendary Midnight Express tag team with Bobby Eaton during the 1980s.
March 20, 2014
Mr Fuji
When the future WWE Hall of Fame inductee made his debut in professional wrestling in 1965, there were not a lot of prominent Asia people in the country, so Harry Fujiwara, who was actually born in the United States, opted to stop using his real name and shortened it to Mr Fuji. It was easier for promoters and fans to spell and pronounce, and the move paid off rather well.
March 20, 2014
Bret Hart
Years before the Bret Hart screwjob in Montreal, Vince McMahon pulled the same trick on Wendi Richter. Since she would not sign a new contract with the company, McMahon wanted to take the belt off of her, so instead of telling her about it, the future WWE CEO opted to put the Fabulous Moolah in a mask. Along with the referee, Moolah changed the ending and took the belt off of Richter, whom the legendary performer trained.
March 20, 2014
Bryan Clark
Since the video game was sweeping the nation, WCW decided to capitalize on the popularity of the Mortal Kombat series by creating wrestling characters that were similar to the ones in the game. Bryan Clark, Ernest Miller, Glacier and Chris Kanyon were given characters that were part MMA fighters and part superheroes.
March 20, 2014
La Parka
For those of us that watched him in WCW, La Parka will forever have a small place the hearts of professional wrestling fans. The story of his mask has been a topic of interest for people. After going through several different characters and several different masks, the performer finally settled on the skeleton look because it was inspired by the Day of the Dead celebration that takes place in Mexico each year.
March 14, 2014
George Steele
After a successful career as an amateur wrestler at the University of Michigan, Rick Steiner was discovered by George Steele, who convinced the college graduate to become a professional wrestler immediately after he finished school.
March 10, 2014
Matt Hardy
Prior to becoming a big star for WWE and TNA, Matt Hardy was quite the scholar. In high school, he won a scholarship to any college of his choosing to major in engineering. Shortly into his academics career, he was forced to withdraw from classes and leave, so that he could go home and take care of his sick father.
March 5, 2014
Mae Young
While many will remember her long and storied career in professional wrestling, Mae Young actually started out as an amateur wrestler. A bit of a tomboy growing up, the future WWE hall of fame inductee, was trained by her older brothers on how to wrestle. She became so good that she was allowed on the boys team in high school.
March 2, 2014
Adam Pearce
As a kid, Adam Pearce was quite the athlete. He lettered in football and baseball while in high school. Unfortunately, though, those dreams were cut short as he suffered from Acute Muscular Compartment Syndrome, which basically required him to learn how to walk again. He would battle his way through that to become a professional wrestler.
March 2, 2014
Fabulous Moolah
While a lot of people are aware of the match at Wrestlemania 1 featuring Wendi Richter going up against Leilani Kai, accompanied by the Fabulous Moolah, not a lot of people know the connection between the trio. Richter actually trained at the school owned by Moolah. One of her trainers was none other than Kai herself.
March 2, 2014