The Undertaker net worth: How much has ‘The Deadman’ earned throughout his career?

The Undertaker is one of the greatest wrestlers of all time. So it’s no surprise that he’s accumulated a massive net worth throughout his career.

For three decades, ‘The Deadman’ captivated fans with his terrifying aura and spell-bounding performances. The WWE Universe enjoyed every second of the incredible roller coaster he took them on. They witnessed him compete in two of the best WrestleMania matches of all time against Shawn Michaels, throw ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin through a glass window and engage in an incredible rivalry with his brother Kane.

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But his WWE legacy lives through his incredible streak at WrestleMania. The Death Valley native embarked on the most legendary run in the company’s history. He defeated the likes of CM Punk, Edge and Triple H. He even ended Michaels’ incredible career.

Brock Lesnar ended the streak after 21 victories, in an outcome that left fans shocked. But although The Undertaker’s infamous run is no more, the fans haven’t forgotten how he made them feel. He was frightening, but endeared himself to the WWE Universe like no other.

Everybody wanted a ticket when ‘The Phenom’ came to town.

How big a net worth has The Undertaker accumulated?

According to Celebrity Net Worth, the 6ft 9in monster has generated a whopping $17 million valuation of himself. And even in retirement, the WWE still believe that he has a lot to offer.

They signed him to a 15-year contract in 2020, keeping him with the company until 2035. In an interview with Sports Illustrated, he explained how his current deal works.

‘The Deadman’ said: “That extended contract is obviously not a contract that keeps me in the ring for 15 years. It keeps the brand at home, and there are a lot of ways that [chairman Vince McMahon] thinks I can contribute to the company even if my days in the ring are done.”

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The Undertaker is a bonafide legend who deserves every last penny of the net worth he’s made. The 56-year-old is one of the greatest wrestlers of all time, and brought the WWE Universe so many incredible memories.

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