Ryback Net Worth

Ryback Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Ryan Allen Reeves net worth is
$1.5 Million

Ryan Allen Reeves salary is

Ryan Allen Reeves Wiki Biography

Ryan Allen Reeves was born on the 10th November 1981, in Las Vegas, Nevada USA, and is a professional wrestler, probably best recognized for competing in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) and the international independent circuit, and who was a one-time Intercontinental Champion. His career has been active since 2004.

So, have you ever wondered how rich Ryback is, as of early 2018? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the total size of Ryback’s net worth is over $1.5 million, accumulated through his successful involvement in the sports industry.

Ryback Net Worth $1.5 Million

Ryback spent his childhood with a sister in his hometown. When he was only eight years old he became interested in wresting, and by the age of 12 he had already started lifting weights. He attended both Western High School and Palo Verde High School, and upon matriculation enrolled in the Community College of Southern Nevada, after which he went to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas to study the fitness management program. As a student, he distinguished himself in such sports as baseball and American Football.

Speaking about Ryback’s career, it began when he started competing in the show “$1,000,000 Tough Enough” in 2004, and soon he appeared as one of the eight finalists in “SmackDown”, where he was spotted by WWE officials, so he eventually signed a contract with them and moved to Atlanta, Georgia. For the next two years, Ryback trained in DSW, after which he was transferred to Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW), which increased his net worth by a large margin as he defeated Da Beast, Pat Buck, Nick Nemeth and Kasey James. However, during the same year he failed a drug test, so he was suspended for the next 30 days. After returning, he formed a team with Jon Bolen called High Dosage, and they took several victories, but split up in 2007. Later that year he teamed up with Pat Buck, but they did not achieve any major success. In 2008, he won the OVW Heavyweight Championship in a fight against Anthony Bravado, but then lost it to him. During the same year, Ryback made his debut in the Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW), when he was defeated with Jon Cutler by Kris Logan and Taylor Rotunda, so he teamed with Sheamus O’Shaunessy, but they were unsuccessful too. Regardless his net worth was rising.

From 2010 to 2011, Ryback fought for The Nexus team, and defeated John Cena and CM Punk in the show “Raw”. In the following year, he appeared again in the show “SmackDown!” and took his winning streak to 38 victories, which added a considerable amount to his net worth. As he distinguished himself during the show, Ryback won the Slammy Award three times as well as the 2012 Most Improved Wrestler of the Year.

To speak further about his career, Ryback won his first professional wrestling championship title in WWE – the vacant Intercontinental Championship at Elimination Chamber in 2015, which he later defended in the match against The Miz, but later lost to Kevin Owens. He then competed at the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, and was finally released by them in 2016, but had significantly increased his net worth.

In 2016, Ryback made his debut non-WWE appearance for Northeast Wrestling, and soon he became the WrestlePro Tag Team Champion by defeating Rishi Ghosh and Gideon Grey. Most recently, he won over Sean Kustom in the finals of Australia’s Rock & Roll Wrestling’s World Championship, so his net worth is certainly still rising.

Regarding his personal life, Ryback has been married to Melissa Reeves since 2014, and their residence is in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Full NameRyback
Net Worth$1.5 Million
Date Of BirthNovember 10, 1981
Place Of BirthLas Vegas, Nevada, USA
Height1.91 m
Weight132 kg
ProfessionActor, Professional Wrestler
EducationWestern High School, Palo Verde High School, Community College of Southern Nevada, University of Nevada
SpouseMelissa Reeves
SiblingsMcKayla Reeves
NominationsSlammy Award for Match of the Year
MoviesWWE: SummerSlam 2010
TV ShowsWWE NXT, WWE Tough Enough, Deep South Wrestling, Payback (2013)
1Catchphrase before finishing move: "Finish! It!"
2Bald head
3Gruff voice
4Catchphrase: Feed Me More!
5Finishing Move: Shell Shocked (Cradle suplex into a running horizontal muscle buster)
6Trademark Move: Meat Hook (Running lariat)
1Spent five years In WWE Developmental.
2Started weightlifting at the age of 12.
3Played baseball in his freshman year at the Community College of Southern Nevada, and had aspirations of going pro, but saw his dream ended by an untimely leg break.
4Was In A tag team named 'High Dosage' with Jon Bolen in 2006.
5His 'Feed Me More' catchphrase started because he was being given local competitors and wanted main roster talents. One day he looked at Vince and screamed, "Feed me more!"'.
6In OVW he was even given a single red contact lens to add to the non-human effect of his persona.
7Upon joining FCW in late 2008, Ryback formed a formidable tag team with future WWE Champion Sheamus.
8Reeves was forced to take a long break to undergo several ankle surgeries. He returned as Ryback in 2012, and embarked upon a 38-match unbeaten streak.
9As a kid, friends would nickname the Intercontinental Champion 'Silverback', due to his muscular frame resembling that of a gorilla. He combined that with part of his real name - Ryan Reeves - to create the intimidating moniker we all know today.


WWE Payback2016TV MovieRyback
WWE Hall of Fame2016Ryback
WWE Fastlane2016TV MovieRyback
WWE TLC Tables, Ladders & Chairs2015TV MovieRyback
Survivor Series2015TV MovieRyback
WWE Hell in a Cell2015TV MovieRyback
Table for 32015TV SeriesRyback
WWE Night of Champions2015TV MovieRyback
Swerved2015TV SeriesRyback
WWE Main Event2012-2015TV SeriesRyback
The JBL Show2015TV SeriesRyback
WWE NXT2010-2015TV SeriesSkip Sheffield Ryback
TLC: Tables, Ladders, Chairs and Stairs2014TV MovieRyback
Survivor Series2014TV MovieRyback
WWE Superstars2010-2014TV SeriesRyback Skip Sheffield
WWE 2k152014Video GameRyback (voice)
WWE Battleground2014Ryback
WWE 2k142013Video GameRyback (voice)
WWE Saturday Morning Slam2012TV SeriesRyback
WWE '132012Video GameRyback (voice)
No Way Out2012TV MovieRyback


The Swerve2017TV SeriesHimself - Guest
WWE Smackdown!2010-2016TV SeriesRyback Skip Sheffield
WrestleMania2016TV SpecialRyback
WWE Raw2010-2016TV SeriesRyback Skip Sheffield
WWE Royal Rumble2016TV SpecialRyback
WWE Summerslam2015TV SpecialRyback
WWE Money in the Bank2015TV SpecialRyback
WWE Elimination Chamber2015TV SpecialRyback
WWE Payback2015TV SpecialRyback
WrestleMania2015TV SpecialRyback
WWE Fastlane2015TV SpecialRyback
WWE Royal Rumble2015TV SpecialRyback
WWE Tribute to the Troops2014TV SpecialRyback
The Monday Night War: WWE vs. WCW2014TV Series documentaryRyback
WWE Summerslam2014TV SpecialRyback
WWE Payback2014TV SpecialRyback
WrestleMania XXX2014TV SpecialRyback
WWE Elimination Chamber2014TV SpecialRyback
WWE Royal Rumble2014TV SpecialRyback
TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs2013TV SpecialRyback
Survivor Series2013TV SpecialRyback
Hell in a Cell2013TV SpecialRyback
WWE Battleground2013TV SpecialRyback
SummerSlam2013TV SpecialRyback
Money in the Bank2013TV SpecialRyback
WWE Payback2013TV SpecialRyback
Extreme Rules2013TV SpecialRyback
WrestleMania 292013TV SpecialRyback
Elimination Chamber2013TV SpecialRyback
Royal Rumble2013TV SpecialRyback
Survivor Series2012TV SpecialRyback
Hell in a Cell2012TV SpecialRyback
Money in the Bank2012TV SpecialRyback
Extreme Rules2012TV SpecialRyback
WWE: Summerslam2010TV SpecialSkip Sheffield
WWE Money in the Bank2010TV SpecialSkip Sheffield
WWE Fatal 4-Way2010TV SpecialSkip Sheffield
Deep South Wrestling2006TV SeriesHimself
WWE Tough Enough2005TV SeriesHimself - Contestant

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WWE Batista: The Animal Unleashed2014VideoRyback
Best of Raw After the Show2014Ryback
The Top 100 Moments in Raw History2012VideoSkip Sheffield
Ricky Steamboat: The Life Story of the Dragon2010VideoSkip Sheffield
WWE Velocity2002TV SeriesHimself-"Tough Enough" Finalist (2004)

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