Wrestler Rampage Brown is making his highly anticipated WWE debut this month in an angle against WWE champion John Cena. You may be wondering how much the WWE is willing to pay him to face off against the man that is arguably the best wrestler in the business today, John Cena. If you were to put a monetary value on the two of their match, it would probably range somewhere in the neighborhood of a few million dollars. That’s a pretty large payday for any wrestler, let alone one that is relatively new to the business.
Rampage Brown Net Worth Is $1 Million – $5 Million
So how much is Rampage Brown worth to WWE? As mentioned earlier, he is a fairly new wrestler and has not built much of a profile. He has only been wrestling for a little over a year. As such, there is very little data to base anything on as far as income potential. Even though he hasn’t been paid to this level of yet, there is no doubt that he has the drive and motivation to succeed at whatever he does in the future.
What is it that causes WWE to pay someone so much? There are tons of reasons that I could give you but I will stick with some of the more main ones that you should probably already have an understanding. First, they have always been one of the most lucrative wrestling companies around. They also offer wrestlers very good compensation compared to the rest of the pack.
It was revealed in the latest episode of Smackdown Live with WWE Superstar Randy Orton that he makes about six figures annually. That makes six figure income by any standards, especially considering the fact that he is one of the older wrestlers in the company. Brown has trained extensively in both striking and submission wrestling and is a natural in both. He also has experience in playing numerous sports, which comes as a huge bonus. He also has a background in martial arts, which is another bonus as it will add another skill set to the arsenal he has available.
All in all, this is a pretty impressive resume for a wrestler with his background in the business. Brown can be a very dangerous opponent for opponents because of his striking skills and his high levels of athleticism. He will likely be booked into a main event role with some company and will be in position to challenge for the Raw tag team titles at some point. He is also very popular with fans, so much so that he was given his own special night in the spotlight on Raw in October of 2009. Although he lost his title to Triple H, it marked his return to main event status and proved that he still has what it takes to be a top tier wrestler. He has already proven that he can be one of the best in the business.
Brown may not be able to get to the level of stardom that Hulk Hogan has been at, but he should be able to make some money thanks to his incredible physique. He is one of the biggest attractions in the business right now and has already proved that he has what it takes to be one of the best. He is also extremely popular with fans, making him one of the most likely wrestlers to get booked into a main event match sometime soon. If he can make more than enough money to live off of and keep his name in the headlines then he is well on his way to being a very successful wrestling employer.