Diamond Dallas Page Wealth

Diamond Dallas Page’s Net Worth – How Wealthy is the wrestler?

Diamond Dallas Page Net Worth:
$15 Million

Diamond Dallas Page Wealth

Diamond Dallas Page – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $15 Million
Date of birth: April 5, 1956 (67 years old)
Gender: Male
Profession: Wrestler

Professional wrestler who became an actor and fitness instructor. After taking time off from wrestling in the mid-2000s, he returned to the WWE in 2010. He was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2017.

He ran a nightclub while working as a wrestling manager.

He filed a lawsuit against rapper Jay Z for copying hand gestures that he regularly made during wrestling performances.


Page started his career in 1988 when he started working as a wrestling manager in the American Wrestling Association (AWA). He handled the tag team Badd Company and wrestlers Colonel DeBeers,[9] Curt Hennig, and Madusa Miceli. Later, Page worked as a color commentator in Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW) along with Gordon Solie.

Diamond Dallas Page Net Worth
Diamond Dallas Page is looking supreme as ever, and his net worth isn’t too bad either.

Personal Life

He and his first wife, Kimberly, divorced. He got remarried in 2005. He has daughters named Brittany and Kimberly.

He competed in the 2015 Royal Rumble, where he was defeated by Alexander Rusev.


“I told people I was going to be a wrestler, and they fell down laughing.”

— Diamond Dallas Page

“I live by the business model that there is a better than, a less than, or a different than. Those are the three categories. I chose to be different than. The one that’s different than will stand out with the proper work ethic.”

— Diamond Dallas Page

“All the competitors knew the importance of Halloween Havoc. It was the WCW equivalent to SummerSlam.”

— Diamond Dallas Page

“If WCW and Eric Bischoff hadn’t brought in the cruiserweights, I don’t think the company would have ever gotten to where it was.”

— Diamond Dallas Page

“I had some great matches with ‘Macho Man,’ but the one at Halloween Havoc in 1997 was intense, and Havoc was the perfect venue for a Last Man Standing Match.”

— Diamond Dallas Page