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Roddy Piper Net Worth

 Retired professional wrestelr Rowdy Roddy Piper Original Name Roderick Roddy George Toombs
Net Worth $5 million (USD)
Annual Income  –
Girlfriend / Wife Kitty Toombs

Current Net Worth

Scottish-Canadian wrestler, Rowdy Roddy Piper is known to have the net worth of $5 million. He is admired for his signature sarong as well as entertaining bagpipe entrance music amongst his fans and audiences.  He is known to be associated with WWE as well as WWF throughout his career to fly higher in the sky of fame.


He was born with the name Roderick George Toombs in the Saskatoon town of Saskatchewan located in Canada. But soon he had to migrate to Winnipeg location of Manitoba to become a responsible citizen. He is the collegiate of Windsor Park College. His father used to serve as an officer in Royal Canadian Mounted Police. After being expelled from junior high school, his father took him out and admitted him to a hostel where he had spent rest of his life.

Personal Life

In the adult stage of his life, he got married to Kitty and today the couple has 4 children named as Falcon, Anastacia, Colton and Ariel. At first he was introduced as a boxer who has been the winner of Golden Gloves championship. He is even known as a judo black belt champion. And, soon he got introduced as an amateur wrestler, when he was a teenager.

Wrestling Career

He began his wrestling career in late teen with the American Wresting Federation. With the period of 1973 to 1975, he raised to fame as a villain. By the end of 1975, he made his way toward National Wrestling Alliance where he received huge fan following as well as paved his image as a super villain. Till 1980, he remained associated with NWA and in 1983, he wrestled for Mid Atlantic championship. In the dog collar match, he has lost 50% ability to hear. By 1984, he had joined WWF (World Wrestling Federation) and turned out be a prominent image in the federation. Later, he was invited to walk into the WWF Hall of fame & WWE Hall of fame for the year 2005.

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