Roman Reigns, Jon Moxley and Seth Rollins need no introduction to wrestling fans. The trio ruled WWE together as The Shield and now rule the wrestling industry as the three biggest names in the business.
When Reigns, Moxley, and Rollins first debuted together, no one imagined the kind of success they would achieve. Even though they no longer work together, we’re sure they’ve continued to push each other to insane levels. In fact, the fact that he has a staggering fourteen World Championships among many other achievements is a testament to his dominance of the sport.
In real life Joe Anoi, Jonathan Good and Colby Lopez beat each other on various metrics. At this point in time, however, despite achieving almost equal success, all three have different net worths. If you want to know how the former Shield brothers rank in terms of their net worth in 2022, we have the answer for you.
The bronze medalist is Seth Rollins, who has a net worth of $9 million. That in itself is a huge number, but one that has been horribly beaten by his compatriots. Jon Moxley is worth $10 million while Roman Reigns has won his net worth of $12 million. The financial gods seem to have accepted the tribal chief.
Roman Reigns, Jon Moxley and Seth Rollins run as The Shield
Roman Reigns, Jon Moxley (then Dean Ambrose) and Seth Rollins formed the most influential WWE faction in recent history. Shields faced everyone and won every fight they fought.
When Reigns, Ambrose and Rollins rode together, they couldn’t be stopped. Every time ‘Sierra, Hotel, India, Echo, Lima, Delta, Shield’ rang over the speakers, you knew someone was going to be in ruins. Moments later, the group ended their journey on a high before The Lunatic Fringe left WWE for AEW.
During their time together, the group owned more gold than a jewelery store. The Universal, Intercontinental, United States, Tag Team and NXT Championships were all on hold at various points. However, limiting them only to their titles would be detrimental to their greatness.
Indeed, Roman Reigns, Jon Moxley, and Seth Rollins all have a case for being the biggest faction of WWE ever. We are not surprised to see him ruling the industry in 2022. Looking at his talent, we can expect him to remain at the top for a long time.