Dean Malenko Net Worth
Facts of Dean Malenko Net Worth
|Date of Birth:||1960 August 4|
|Age:||60 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||5 Feet 7 Inch|
Dean Simon best known under the ring name Dean Malenko is an American retired professional wrestler. He is signed to WWE and is working as a free agent. Everyone might be familiar with his professional career but how many of you are familiar with Dean Malenko's net worth?
Today, leaving Malenko's every personal queries and question aside, we will be talking about Dean Malenko's professional life that includes his net worth, sources of income and his career details. Read more to know about him:
How much is Dean Malenko's net worth?
Dean Malenko started his professional career in the year 1979 as a professional wrestler. Though he retired in 2001, he is still active in the wrestling field in WWE and working as a road agent making people suspicious about his net worth.
Actually, Dean Malenko did not reveal the exact figure of his net worth. Some sources claim that he earned around $128,545 in 1996. In the following year, he collected around $256,889 and in 1999, he collected around $291,592.
In the mid-2000, he became able to collect $56,780 and his total worth was estimated to be around $995,888. According to one of the reports conducted back in January 2000, his payroll amount was $929,121 whereas his licensing amount was $66,640 and merch amount as $127. He grabbed $995,888 as the total net worth.
Dean Malenko Career
The name of his father is Boris Malenko who was one of the famous wrestling figures. First of all, he started his career as a referee in the Tampa area and for the WWF in the mid-1980s. He spent most of his time wrestling in Japan and Mexico.
On August 27, 1994, Malenko joined Eastern Championship Wrestling and started his tournament as a professional wrestling. In early 1995, he formed a group "Triple Threat" with Shane Douglas and Chris Benoit.
Malenko joined World Championship Wrestling in September 1995 with Benoit. He came into the headlines as "The Iceman". He teamed with Saturn but sadly disappeared from the television as WCW/ECW Invasion storyline.
Malenko wrestled for the third last time at the 4th Annual Brian Pillman Memorial Show in 2001. On November 13, 2005, his close friend Eddie Guerrero died and he made a special appearance on November 14 alongside Chris Benoit.
He appeared after the match between Triple H and Chris Benoit. In 2006 Royal Rumble, he showed up to congratulate Rey Mysterio. He even appeared in the backstage segment watching Chavo Guerrero at Vengeance 2007.
On the memorial episode of Chris Benoit, he expressed his grief to lose his two close friends Benoit and Eddie. He even said that he was happy to see them together.
On April 23, 2012, he joined the Divas and Superstars of WWE to celebrate John Cena's 35th birthday. In November 2015, he appeared in 2300 Arena Hardcore Hall of Fame.
Since the superstar is still on the hit even though after retiring from the wrestling field, no doubt his net worth will get high in coming days.