WWE has made some truly iconic wrestlers over the years. Many stars have put up enough net values to survive incredibly well like Steve Austin’s The Rock and “Stone Cold” and Trish Stratus and Stacy Kiebler. Although not all of them are in the ring today, they can still afford to live in some really beautiful houses. Few notable examples are provided here. The World Wrestling Entertainment, best known as WWE, is one of the most entertaining things to watch on TV. A major part of watching the WWE is watching its charismatic and engaging stars put on a genuinely fascinating show.
Today we have decided to take a peek into their lavish homes. These stars have managed to build these magnificent and lavish homes, or should we say mansions, due to their successful years in the WWE. We can only imagine these mansions in our fantasies, but these WWE starts have worked tirelessly to fulfill their desires. Such glamorous and totally beautiful houses are only going to steal your breath away. These are some of the most amazing homes in the world’s renowned faces.
So get ready! And don’t forget to comment your favorite one!
Former WWE Diva Stacy Kiebler lived a fantasy life in a beautiful Beverly Hills house with her boyfriend, Jared Pobre. In 2017, Stacy and Jared wanted to get away from the spotlight and put a $18.25 million on auction.
This house has 5 bedrooms, 7 standard bedrooms and a sophisticated gray paint scheme in the property. Today Kiebler and Pobre have finally moved to Jackson Hole, Wyoming to raise their children in a more rural landscape.
So how about living like Stacy Kiebler? By gazing at her beautiful interior space, we can start to visualize it. her living room is a beautiful synthesis of a country house and many sleek touches.
The style, as we can tell from the bold golden coffee table and exquisite sofas, is traditional and audacious. The fireplace binds the room in a traditional style but is accentuated by an ancient grandfather clock portrait.
Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson
It should come as no surprise that Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is able to afford multiple homes ever since making the smooth transition from WWE to Hollywood. Now one of the biggest movie stars in the world, The People’s Champ splashed a whopping $9.5 million on his French-country style manor.
This Georgia home is surrounded by 46 acres of land and even has 12 horse stables. The Rock also has a six-bedroom home in Florida that’s worth approximately $3.8 million.
The Rock, Second Home
It is clear that if you are one of the best wrestlers in the world, as well as one of Hollywood’s most famous stars you would have a gorgeous house. One incredible mansion isn’t enough when it comes to The Rock.
His second lovely house has a huge back garden area similar to a 5-star hotel with an incredible view of the countryside. Of example, the actor also has a full home theater with comfortable seats.
Brock Lesnar & Sable
Truth be told, Brock Lesnar’s Minnesota home looks more like a cabin in the woods than a mansion. The Conqueror lives there with former WWE wrestler Sable and the wooden look also makes its way into their stunning kitchen.
Surrounded by trees and open space, Lesnar loves nothing more than getting out and being at one with nature when he isn’t in the ring. On the back deck, there is a hot tub for the wrestling power couple to wind down after a hard night of fighting.
The Miz & Maryse
After cashing in on their previous home in Hollywood for a cool $3.65 million, The Miz and his WWE wife Maryse spent somewhere close to $7 million on their current home.
The wrestling power couple also has their own reality TV show Miz & Mrs, and they spend a lot of that show in their home. This English-style mansion has chandeliers, a cinema, a games room, and even its own waterfall. The home also has six bedrooms and six bathrooms.
It should come as no surprise that WWE star Big Show also has a big house. Reminiscent of the kind of home that James Bond would have to infiltrate to stop the bad guy, Big Show seems to have it all. The giant wrestler purchased the Odessa, Florida home for $700,000 from The Undertaker.
It includes a pool area, a large hallway, four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and even a docking area. That means the Big Show can even enjoy going out on his big boat.
Triple H & Stephanie McMahon
There is no doubt that Triple H and Stephanie McMahon are the ultimate power couple of WWE. As a result, it makes perfect sense that they live in a home that reflects their status within the company. The couple’s home is located in Weston, Connecticut, close to Vince McMahon’s estate.
While it doesn’t look that impressive on the outside, it certainly makes up for it on the inside. With a gym, a swimming pool and six bedrooms, they seem to have everything they could possibly need.
There is no denying that the man whose real name is Oscar Gutierrez has made a huge impact on the WWE ever since his arrival over a decade ago. While he might be one of the smaller WWE stars, Rey Mysterio certainly makes up for it with his huge home in San Diego.
Not only does the “619” wrestler have an office full of his memorabilia, but he also has a swimming pool with a waterfall, as well as a living room aquarium.
CM Punk & AJ Lee
There is no denying that CM Punk went out of the WWE with a bang. Now a mixed martial artist and an aspiring actor, Phillip Jack Brooks is more interested these days in having a happy marriage with fellow former WWE star AJ Lee.
The couple currently resides in a unique-looking Chicago apartment. With trees on the wallpaper and spires on the corners of their bed, there is no denying that CM and AJ like do things a little differently.
“Stone Cold” Steve Austin
It’s been a while now since “Stone Cold” Steve Austin graced the WWE ring with his presence. The Texas Rattlesnake had a huge part to play in the company’s extremely successful Attitude Era and is currently enjoying time at his ranch in Marina del Rey.
Austin bought a home in the Golden Triangle section for a cool $1.49 million. The single-story home has plenty of living and dining space, three bedrooms, a bathroom and is surrounded by 1,100 square feet of land.
Roman Reigns has certainly carried on the legacy left by his cousin, The Rock. Having fought back from his on-and-off battle with leukemia recently, Reigns is excited to return to the ring and show why he’s one of the very best today.
Outside of the WWE, Joe Anoa’i likes to kick back in his Florida pad, which he reportedly purchased back in 2017. The beautiful home is located close to a lake and also has a swimming pool. Reigns also has an impressive living room connected to the kitchen.
Sadly, John Cena’s love life came crashing down in 2018 when he called off his wedding and broke up with his then-fiance, fellow WWE star Nikki Bella. At the time, Cena and Bella were living in a stunning complex in Land O’ Lakes, Florida.
Not only did the home have two pools, but the outdoor one even had a water slide! The former couple enjoyed their living room, which had a huge TV screen. They also had a large garage for Cena’s extensive car collection.
It’s remarkable how many WWE stars have crossed over into the world of acting and Dave Bautista is one of the prime examples. Known these days for his role as Drax the Destroyer in Guardians of the Galaxy, Bautista still returns to the WWE every once in a while.
His exploits in and out of the ring have helped him acquire a luxury rental home in Tampa, Florida. He once shared the three-bedroom, four-bathroom home with wife Sarah Jade, who he has since separated from.
There is no denying that Kofi Kingston is best known for his audacious, athletic saves during every Royal Rumble he has competed in. However, there’s more to the Ghanaian wrestler than just flips and twists.
Outside of the ring, Kingston is believed to have a net worth of about $3 million and in 2008, he purchased a home in Tampa, Florida for a cool $400,000. The home has a garage that fits two cars, as well as a pool and a game room!
Although details surrounding Randy Orton’s house are slightly foggy compared to others on this list, there is no denying that it’s a sight for sore eyes. The RKO executioner has made a name for himself as one of the most imposing WWE wrestlers over the years.
So much so that he was able to purchase a mansion in Saint Charles, Missouri for $1.25 million. It was built back in 2013 and is surrounded by 2,649 square feet of land. It boasts three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a big garage to store Randy’s three cars.
Despite the love-hate relationship fans have had with Kurt Angle over the years, there is no denying that he has been a loyal servant of the WWE for a long time now. The former Olympian recently transitioned to a backstage role in the company, but this hasn’t stopped him from enjoying his beautiful Mt. Lebanon, Pennsylvania home.
While he could have easily spent more, Angle was content to spend “just” $650,000 on his home. The house has four bedrooms and an indoor pool.
Arguably the most important figure of all, Vince McMahon is regarded as the man responsible for turning the WWE from a wrestling promotion company into a leading entertainment network.
Vince’s mansion is located in Greenwich, Connecticut, a stone’s throw away from his daughter and son-in-law, Stephanie and Triple H. This $40 million complex boasts a gym and plenty of bedrooms. He even had a bridge built over his swimming pool. Not to mention the 4,365 square feet of land that surrounds his home.
The man of many personalities, Mick Foley graced the WWE ring for many years as colorful characters such as Mankind, Cactus Jack and Dude Love. While it has been a while now since he hung up his wrestling boots, Foley still lives well and has a respectable home to show for his achievements with the WWE.
Foley ended up buying a home in Suffolk County, Long Island for a whopping $1.1 million. Spanning 1.2 acres, the home boasts multiple bedrooms and is located by a lake.
There was a time when Shawn Michaels was, without a doubt, the biggest name in WWE. While the Heartbreak Kid isn’t as active these days as he used to be, he certainly still knows how to live. His home in San Antonio, Texas, is believed to be worth about $2.5 million.
This is in no small part due to the gym, steam room and three bedrooms that are included inside. With an estimated net worth of $17 million, Sean Michaels can definitely afford this.
It’s been a few years now since retired WWE star Bret Hart parted ways with his stunning retreat home in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. The sharpshooter practitioner sold the home for $705,000, which was built in the middle of 2,064 square feet of living space. The home included three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a kitchen and an office.
There was even a large tub in the master suite. These days, Hart and his wife Stephanie Washington reside in the famous Hart House of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, which is also extremely impressive.
Daniel Bryan & Brie Bella
Another power couple in WWE – Daniel Bryan and Brie Bella were quick to say “yes” when they purchased their new home in Seattle, Washington. Having previously lived in Phoenix, Arizona, the couple is hoping to renovate their new home as they see it as the place they will grow old in.
Arguably the best part of the home is their ventilation system, which is a testament to their goal of becoming an energy-efficient family. The view from their porch is also a great feature.
He might be the most imposing wrestler in WWE history, but The Undertaker is actually a pretty homely guy. Nevertheless, Mark Callaway shares a large, yet fairly morbid home in Hacienda Ridge, Austin, Texas with his wife Michelle McCool. The home is surrounded by a lot of land.
Inside, it doesn’t just boast six bedrooms – it is also laden with statues, holy crosses that are more reminiscent of a funeral parlor than a house. Fun fact: their pool was actually rented to Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie at one point.
A true fan favorite, Bill Goldberg knows how to live. In recent times though, the Jackhammer practitioner put his $3.2 million California mansion up for sale. The four-bedroom, four-bathroom property not only spans 20 acres, but it also has a big garage that holds Goldberg’s impressive collection of 20 cars.
The former WCW star even had a pool with a water slide attached to it. With a beautiful office, kitchen and living room included, it’s a shame that Goldberg has to let this one go.
Despite being known as the big, red machine that is Kane, Glenn Jacobs lives pretty well in real life. The Undertaker’s “brother” has a beautiful $800,000 home in the Knoxville, Tennessee countryside that boasts three big bedrooms, an even bigger gym, and an indoor pool.
Despite his imposing physique, Jacobs actually likes to greet guests by playing his grand piano in the main hallway. However, his kitchen leaves a lot to be desired. SunSport reportedly hated it because of its ivy-laden cupboards.
Japanese star Asuka is certainly one of the most entertaining wrestlers in the WWE rings. Having won a number of championships in both singles and tag-team competitions, Asuka is currently fighting alongside Kairi Sane as The Kabuki Warriors.
Outside of wrestling, Asuka loves nothing more than kicking back and playing video games. She has even dedicated a part of her beautiful home to a gaming room, where she plays Xbox and Nintendo DS. Asuka also spends plenty of time by her pool.
Ever since bursting onto the scene with the notorious Wyatt Family, Braun Strowman has been an imposing WWE figure. Since then, the man from North Carolina has been beating his opponents with relative ease and as of March 2020 is the current WWE Intercontinental Champion.
Interestingly, Strowman actually likes living in a remote location in real life, although his home is much more modern and technologically advanced than your typical “cabin in the woods.” He’s a family man, so he likes to have his dad over whenever he’s not in the ring.
There is no denying that Matt and Jeff Hardy have been on an incredible WWE journey together. The brothers first burst onto the scene as the iconic Hardy Boyz, taking the wrestling world by storm with their TLC (Tables, Ladders, and Chairs) gimmick.
It was one of the most entertaining parts of the entire company at the time. Since then, both brothers have dipped in and out of the ring. As for Matt, he’s enjoying life with his family at his home in Cameron, North Carolina.
They say the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree and this is certainly the case where Natalya Neidhart is concerned. The daughter of the late Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart is certainly making her pops proud, having won the Women’s Championship twice in her WWE career.
The talented wrestler is believed to be currently worth about $2.2 million and that has definitely translated into where she lives. Outside of the ring, Natalya lives with husband Tyson Kidd in their multi-million dollar Calgary, Alberta home.
It seemed like a lifetime before WCW favorite Sting finally got the chance to show what he was made of on the WWE stage. Fans were extremely excited when Steve Boden finally walked down the ramp and graced the ring with his glorious, iconic face paint.
Ever since becoming a TNA Hall of Fame member, it is believed that Sting is worth approximately $8 million. It should come as no surprise then that he was able to splash the cash on this beautiful Santa Clarita property.
Mark Henry has had incredible longevity in the WWE. Not many other wrestlers have been in the same company as long as he has. The former Olympian made his WWE debut in 1996 and has been a steady performer ever since. It should come as no surprise then that Henry has been able to live well.
His Austin, Texas mansion is believed to be surrounded by 4,500 square feet of living space and boasts four bedrooms and four and a half baths. It also has a swimming pool and a triple garage.