Kurt Angle Net Worth: Kurt Steven Angle, an American professional wrestler who has a total estimated net worth of $25 Million.
He is a retired actor as well as a retired professional wrestler but currently works as a backstage producer on World Wrestling Entertainment.
The angle is a former gold medalist of the 1996 Summer Olympics in freestyle wrestling. He is also former WCW Champion, World Heavyweight Champion, Grand Slam Champion, WWF Champion, and so on.
|Kurt Steven Angle
|Date of Birth
|December 9, 1968
|Married with Giovanna Yannotti
|Mt. Lebanon Township, Pennsylvania, U.S.
|Kurt Angle Net Worth is $25 Million
|1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
| 220lb (100 kg)
Kurt Angle, the son of Jackie and David Angle, was born on December 9, 1968, in the Pittsburgh suburb of Mt. Lebanon Township.
Angle completed his graduation from Clarion University of Pennsylvania with a degree in 1993. He is one of the six siblings with four older brothers and one sister Le’Anne who died in 2003.
Kurt Angle’s father, who was a crane operator, died during a construction accident, and his mother died due to cancer in 2015. This tells that he had a really tough and hard childhood.
Kurt Angle Age and Body Measurements and Net Worth
The Olympic wrestling champion Kurt Angle is living his 51st age of life and still working as a backstage producer in WWE.
He has an average body height of 6 feet and gains a total body weight of 100 kg, i.e., 200 pounds. With a fantastic life career as a professional wrestler, Kurt Angle Net worth is $25 Million.
Kurt Angle Wife Name and Personal Life
Very hardworking and dedicated, Kurt Angle is married and living with his wife Giovanna Yannotti in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Giovanna Yannotti is his second wife, and his former EX wife was Karen Smedley. With his first wife, he has two children, a daughter, and a son. And with his present wife, he has four children where one of them was adopted.
Kurt Angle had a severe incident where he had to go through surgery on his spinal cord to remove fluid buildup. He also had an operation where his benign tumor was removed from his neck.
Kurt Angle’s Wrestling Career
Kurt’s wrestling career begins at the age of seven. He was very good at wrestling and won several medals from an early age. Angle was so dedicated to wrestling that, although he was injured with some knee problems, he competes on Summer Olympic.
Despite his injury, he won the match and was awarded as a gold medalist in heavyweight (90 – 100 kg) wrestling. Since then, he used to wear his gold medal on wrestling promotions.
World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment
His professional wrestling career begun from WWF/WWE, where he was contracted for ten years. But later on, he signed a five-year contract deal in August 1998.
Dory Funk Jr professionally trained angle. He had his first professional debut match against his trainer Tom Prichard where he loses the game.
Kurt Angle then appeared on WWF television after joining Power Pro Wrestling, an episode of Sunday Night Heat. He won the PPW Championship on July 24.
Angle was gaining speed in his career by winning multiple championship titles like European Championship and the Intercontinental Championship.
Kurt Angle began to feud with Triple H due to the love triangle between Angle, Stephanie McMahon, and Triple H. Angle lost against Triple H at Unforgiven to end the feud.
Kurt Angle became the first person to win Olympic gold medal and WWF Champion after defeating The Rock. After retaining the title for a year and defending against The Undertaker, Triple H, he lost his WWF title to The Rock at No Way Out.
World Heavyweight Champion
Angle got a surprise return on SmackDown on twenty-men battle royal, where he won the match eliminating Mark Henry for the vacant World Heavyweight Championship.
He retained the title and defended against The Undertaker at No Way Out, where he pinned Taker in a triangle choke.
Achievements and Championship
Canadian Cup Championship
- Kurt Angle won the Canadian Cup Champion in 1990
International Federation of Associated Wrestling Styles
- Awarded as the FILA Junior World Freestyle Champion in 1988
- Awarded as the FILA World Championship gold medal in freestyle wrestling in 1995
National Amateur Wrestling
- Kurt Angle was awarded as the National Amateur Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2001
National Collegiate Athletic Association
- NCAA Division I All-American from 1990 to 1992
- NCAA Division I Champion from 1990 to 1992
- Summer Olympic gold medal in freestyle wrestling in 1996
- USA Junior Freestyle Champion in 1987
- United States of America Senior Freestyle Champion in 1995 and 1996
- USA Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2001
Power Pro Wrestling
- PPW Heavyweight Championship 1 time
Total Nonstop Action Wrestling
- Six times the TNA World Heavyweight Champion
- Two times the TNA World Tag Team Champion with Sting and A.J. Styles
- One time the TNA X Division Champion
- TNA Hall of Fame in 2013
World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment
- One time WCW Champion
- One time WCW United States Champion
- Fifth Grand Slam Champion
- One time World Heavyweight Champion
- One time WWE Tag Team Champion with Chris Benoit
- Four times the WWF Champion
- One time WWF European Champion
- One time WWF Interconential Champion
- King of the Ring in 2000
- One time Hardcore Champion
- WWE Hall of Famer of 2017
Social Media Presence
Facebook: 836 K Followers
Instagram: 1.3 Million Followers
Twitter: 1.1 Million Followers