DDP (Diamond Dallas Page) Net Worth and Professional Life

Diamond Dallas Page is the retired American professional wrestler, motivational speaker, author and yoga entrepreneur with a net worth of $10 million. He has worked for several professional wrestling companies in 20 years of his career.

DDP was born in Point Pleasant, New Jersey on April 5, 1956. He played star basketball throughout high and became a professional wrestler shortly after graduating. He had an initial negative experience with wrestling and quit. DDP’s career as a wrestling manager began in the late 1980s, followed by his own stable known as the Diamond Mine for World Championship Wrestling (WCW). He also began wrestling himself, and by the mid-90s he had established himself as a popular character; his signature move was called The Diamond Cutter. He would go on to wrestle successfully on multiple circuits up until 2009 when he retired. He has since made the occasional special appearance.

DDP Yoga (Diamond Dallas Page) Yoga

Dallas has released a of videos and books called DDP Yoga. He found yoga while recovering from spine surgery in 1998. In 2014, Dallas appeared on ABC’s “Shark Tank” seeking a $200,000 investment for a 5% stake in the company. He claimed that in the year before his appearance the company generated $800,000 worth of profits. His plan was to use the money to develop a mobile app. Dallas declined accepting an offer from one of the Sharks on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire. Six days after hitting the airwaves, Dallas reportedly sold $1 million in product.

Personal life

Page released his autobiography on February 1, 2000. In 2003, he changed his name to Dallas Page. On December 1, 1991, he married Kimberly Page. On July 3, 2004 they divorced amicably and on July 3, 2004 they announced their marriage. In 2015 he married Brenda Nair but they separated in 2019 after Brenda filed for divorce. In 2021 he married Payge McMahon who filed for divorce in 2020 but later withdrew her petition for divorce and the two continued to live together until their divorce was finalized in 2021. Page has two daughters, Brittany Page and Kimberly Page, and two stepdaughters, Lexi Nair and Rachel Nair. Lexy currently works with All Elite Wrestling as a backstage interviewer. On January 15, 2019, Page released a new book called Positively Unstoppable: The Art of Owning It through Rodale Books. The book includes a foreword by Mick Foley.

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