RVD made a big name for himself in the pro wrestling world, and that came with a few big paydays along the way. That being said, you can’t believe everything you read online when you Google someone’s net worth.

Celebrity Net Worth currently lists RVD as being worth $7 million. The listing for the Whole F’n Show stated their reasoning for putting this much cash in RVD’s bank account.

“RVD earns mainly from professional wrestling, including pay-per-views, TV arrivals, games, social media advertisements, and films. He made a base salary of $55k yearly in WWE and obtained $680k with rewards while in TNA. In ECW days, RVD gained $150k in earnings.” 

During a recent 1 of Kind podcast, RVD addressed the rumors about his net worth. He also shot down the idea that he’s a $7 million man.


“I’ve got this podcast, so I have the ability to say something about things when I’d normally let it slide by. You know, I’ve said it before that I’ve never ever read a report about my income of what I’m making with any company that is anywhere close to the truth. At the same time, the truth is that at the same time, I don’t feel like correcting it. I have responded to it to wonder if someone made that up, or someone lied to them that they think is a source.”

RVD said that he won’t “lie about it,” but he has his own “boundaries, as everybody should have.” RVD is still pretty chill about things, even when misinformation is going around about him.

RVD did not reveal how much money he’s actually making. He also didn’t cop to that $7 million figure being legit. Obviously, he is comfortable enough, and that’s all that should matter.

We will have to see how RVD handles stories about him in the future. At least he has a podcast where he can set the record straight about things.

What’s your take on RVD’s paydays? Do you think he deserves more than $7 million? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

Transcription by Ringside News

Felix Upton

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