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Corbin has been in a lot of financial trouble lately. But is this true or just another WWE gimmick? Read on to know the net worth of Baron Corbin and why he appeared on Raw 

Baron Corbin has not been doing good on the financial front and he needs money. At least, that’s what the company is portraying ever since he lost the title of King of WWE. He only needs $100,000, and is convinced that fans can help him do so. Is it simply a gimmick or more? Read on to find out the net worth of Baron Corbin and more.

How Much Is The Net Worth Of Baron Corbin And His Fund Me Campaign

WWE is taking the ‘Poor Baron Corbin’ gimmick forward, to the extent that they have even created a Corbin Fund Me page for him. Despite being a superstar from the Smackdown brand, he showed up this week on Monday Night Raw to make a quick buck. After weeks of asking for help, Jinder Mahal offered him a fight against Drew McIntyre. Before, he was even willing to risk getting his head cut off by a sword for some extra cash.

The match ended on an embarrassing note for Corbin. Right before defeating him via pinfall, McIntyre took a mic and asked a hapless Corbin how much money he wanted to get some food, clothes, and a shower. Laughing at the pathetic state of Corbin, McIntyre hit him with a Claymore to finish off the proceedings. He also claimed that Corbin smelled bad.

How much money do you need to get by for a few days?
$100,000!@BaronCorbinWWE@DMcIntyreWWE#WWERaw pic.twitter.com/hc5fZq4ZJO

— WWE (@WWE) August 10, 2021

Baron Corbin’s Net Worth And Salary

Former United States Champion, Baron Corbin earns $285,000 every year and is rumored to have a net worth of $2 Million. The figure is believable, considering how a salary of $285,000 over five years makes his worth reach $1.425 Million, that too excluding his other assets. So yes, he is not poor.

Moreover, fans need not worry about the GoFundMe page either because WWE is not making money out of its clicks. No advertisements are set up on the website, it is simply an image. Corbin is just building up his part as a typical heel, though the way WWE is making him do so could be a little less pathetic. However, the company has registered a ‘Happy Corbin’ trademark so let’s see what happens with that.

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