15 Pro-Wrestlers With the Most Luxurious Homes

We all know that the WWE is all about sports entertainment. Granted, everything is scripted, such as the storylines and the nasty bumps they take during matches. However, the pain isn’t fake. These sports entertainers take the hard falls, punches, kicks and grapples for a living to satisfy their audience. Hence, there’s some semblance of reality to it all. You know what else is real? The fact that they’re rich and own pretty expensive homes.

Kane (Glenn Jacobs)

Kane is one of the most long enduring wrestlers in the WWE, having been part of the organization for decades. That loyalty has to pay off, obviously, and his home shows just that. Being worth around 800,000 dollars, it’s 78 acres of property which showcases wonderful scenic views of the surrounding landscape. It’s also got 5 bathrooms, 3 bedrooms and a garage that can fit 4 cars.

Rey Mysterio may be small compared to other pro wrestlers, standing at a height of 5’2”, yet his high flying moves dazzled audiences everywhere. He recently stopped at the game of wrestling due to a knee injury. Hence, he’ll have more time to spend at home, which was actually featured in the video above. It’s got a huge aquarium in Mysterio’s living room, as well as a backyard with a waterfall and a pool.

Triple H (Jean Paul Levesque)

He is definitely among the greatest wrestling heels of all time, continuing to ire audiences everywhere as part of the Authority in WWE. For all his accolades, being world champion several times, one half of the popular stable Degeneration X, and founder of Evolution, Triple H also happens to be married to Vince McMahon’s daughter, Stephanie. You can say he worked his way up to the top over the years, thus giving him many benefits such as a mansion in Connecticut, where he lives with his wife. It’s got a sauna bath, a swimming pool and a gymnasium filled with high tech equipment.

Stone Cold Steve Austin

Many people know who Stone Cold Steve Austin is. After all, he was the face of the WWE’s Ruthless Aggression era, which catapulted the organization high into the ratings game. With a net worth of 45 million dollars, it’s only fitting he has a home in Texas which is quite impressive to look at. He also named his home after his famous insignia – Broken Skull Ranch

Bill Goldberg

Bill Goldberg was the main reason why World Championship Wrestling was in a competitive ratings race with WWE, being one of the most intense pro wrestlers the organization has seen in a long time. Formerly a defensive tackle for the Atlanta Falcons, his career change made him a household name. Speaking of household, he’s got a home in Bosnell, California which measures 4,600 square feet. The home actually costs 2.5 million dollars, a pretty whopping market value.

John Cena

John Cena is perhaps one of the most polarizing figures in pro wrestling. He is either loved or hated by many, yet WWE continues to promote him, for he is a real seller when it comes to the younger demographic. With all the money he has made over the years, he has acquired himself a home in Florida which has 6 bedrooms. It even has a dock for boats, making it a rather unique piece of property.