Shawn Michaels Net Worth: Michael Shawn Hickenbottom is a Professional wrestler from America who has a total estimated net worth of $17 Million.
Michael is renowned as one of the greatest wrestlers in the history of wrestling due to his extraordinary contribution.
He is popularly known as the “Mr. WrestleMania” and “Heartbreak Kid” who is a former WWF Champion, World Heavyweight Champion, WWF Grand Slam Champion, WWF Triple Crown Champion, WWE Hall of Fame and so on.
|Full Name||Michael Shawn Hickenbottom|
|Ring Name||Shawn Michaels|
|Date of Birth||July 22, 1965|
|Marital Status||Married with Rebecca Curci|
|Birthplace||Chandler, Arizona, United States|
|Profession||Professional Wrestler, Actor, Television Presenter|
|Net Worth||Shawn Michaels Net Worth is $17 Million|
|Height||1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|Weight|| 225lb (102 kg)
Shawn Michaels, the father of Richard Hickenbottom and Carol Hickenbottom, was born in Chandler, Arizona, on July 22, 1965.
He has three siblings, Randy, Scott, and Shari and raised in a military family and grew up in a San Antonio, Texas.
Michael had the interest to become a professional wrestler at the age of 12, where he participated in a talent show of a wrestling competition.
He got graduated from Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas, and soon after, he pursues his career as a professional wrestler.
Shawn Michaels Age and Body Measurements and Net Worth
Shawn Michaels has reached 54th years of age and now living his retired life from professional wrestling.
He has got an average body height of 6 feet and 1 inch and a total body weight of 102 kg, i.e., 225 pounds.
With his fantastic life career as a professional wrestler in WWF/WWE and also the Hollywood actor and television presenter, Shawn Michaels Net Worth is $17 Million.
Shawn Michaels Wife Name and Personal Life
Shawn married twice in his life, where his first marriage didn’t last long. He is currently living with his second wife, Rebecca Curci, who is also a professional wrestler known as Whisper.
The couple was married on March 31, 1999, at Graceland Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas, Nevada. They have a son, “Cameron Kade,” and a daughter, “Cheyenne.”
Michaels finds difficulty in distinguishing right and left, which hampered his football game during childhood. He was suffered from ambidextrous as the trouble of right and left.
In 1980, Shawn had thought of committing suicide due to substance abuse. His wife Rebecca doubt that Shawn was self-destructing and was in a big problem.
He later became a Christain because of his wife and incorporated cross symbol and used to pray before his match.
Shawn Michaels Wrestling Career
Michaels began his professional wrestling career after training with Jose Lothario, a Mexican professional wrestler.
He had his first debut match at National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) against Art Crews, where he lost the game but able to impress many veterans, which include Terry Taylor.
Before signing a contract to World Wrestling Federation, Michaels went to many promotions like National Wrestling Alliance, Texas All-Star Wrestling, and American Wrestling Association.
World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment
Michael had a bad start at WWF as he and his partner were fired from WWF due to an incident on a bar. Later they were resigned on WWF with an effort of Vince McMahon.
The Rockers (Shawn Michaels and Marty Jannetty) won the WWF Tag Team Championship on October 30, 1990, from The Hart Foundation.
Their friendship didn’t last long as they split on December 2, 1991, where Michael superkicked Jannetty and became a villain as “The Boy Toy.”
Shawn was suggested to replace his nickname with “The Heartbreak Kid” by Curt Hennig, which is now very popular among his nicknames.
Michael won his first singles title of Intercontinental Championship from The British Bulldog on November 14. He was suspended for the intake of steroids, which he never admitted.
Shawn Michaels won his first-ever Royal Rumble match in 1995, which earned him a championship match against Diesel at WrestleMania XI.
Michaels won his second Royal Rumble match in 1996, two times in a row that earned him a WWF World Heavyweight Championship match at WrestleMania XII.
He was able to defeat Bret Hart in an Iron Man match that lasts for sixty-minutes and finally won the WWF World Heavyweight Championship title.
His championship reign ended after the loss against Sycho Sid (his former bodyguard) at the Survivor Series but recaptured the title in January 1997 at the Royal Rumble.
Achievements and Championship
American Wrestling Association
- Twice the winner of AWA World Tag Team Championship with Marty Jannetty
- Worst Angle of the Year in 2018
Central States Wrestling
- NWA Central States Tag Team Championship with Marty Jannetty
Continental Wrestling Association
- Twice the winner of AWA Southern Tag Team Championship with Marty Jannetty
Texas All-Star Wrestling
- Twice the winner of TASW Texas Tag Team Championship with Paul Diamond
- TASW Six-Man Tag Team Championship with Paul Diamond and DJ Peterson
Texas Wrestling Alliance
- TWA Heavyweight Championship
World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment
- Thrice the WWF World Heavyweight Championship
- World Heavyweight Championship
- Thrice the WWF Intercontinental Championship
- WWF European Championship
- WWE Tag Team Championship with Triple H
- Five times the WWF Tag Team Championship with Diesel (2), Stone Cold Steve Austin, John Cena, and Triple H
- Royal Rumble winner of 1995 and 1996
- First Grand Slam Champion
- Fourth Triple Crown Champion
Pro Wrestling Illustrated
- Match of the Decade from 2000 to 2009 against Ric Flair at WrestleMania XXIV
- Game of the Year of 1993 against Marty Jannetty
- Feud of the Decade from 2000 to 2009 against Chris Jericho
- Game of the Year of 1994 against Razor Ramon
- Game of the Year of 1995 against Diesel at WrestleMania XI
- Most Inspirational Wrestler of the Decade from 2000 to 2009
- Game of the Year of 1996 against Bret Hart
- Game of the Year of 2010 against The Undertaker
- Shawn was the Most Inspirational Wrestler of the Year in 2010
- Shawn was the Most Popular Wrestler of the Year in 1995 and 1996
- Ranked No.1 in the PWI 500 in 1996
Social Media Presence
Facebook: 8.1 Million Followers
Twitter: 4 Million Followers