WWE Aiden English Net worth, Age, Wife, Height and Net worth

WWE Aiden English

How much is WWE Aiden English’s net worth? The American professional wrestler from Chicago, Illinois has an estimated net worth of US$2 million. He is also known for his job as an announcer. He signed with WWE in 2012 entering into a development contract. Following this, he was assigned to Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW) and later was drafted to NXT. He won the NXT Tag Team Championship sharing with Simon Gotch after forming a tag team called The Vaudevillains. He made their main roster debut in 2016 and started pairing with Rusev. In 2020, he turned as the announcer on NXT UK and 205 Live. After being released from the company he has been working for the independent circuit.

What is the real name of Aiden English?

His real name is Matthew Rehwoldt.

Date of birth

October 7, 1987


Chicago, Illinois, the United States

Early Life and Education

He spent most of his early age in Chicago, Illinois. As a child, he developed an interest in acting and went for several auditions. He appeared in more than 20 stage productions before reaching the age of 21. Regarding his education, he was enrolled at Lyons Township High School. For his higher education, he attended Columbia College Chicago where he majored on stage combat completing his graduation with a BA degree in 2010.

Is Matthew Rehwoldt married?

Yes, he is. He is married to former professional wrestler/ commentator/ ring-announcer/ model/ singer/ dancer Shaul Guerrero. Through his marriage, he is the son-in-law of Vickie Guerrero and the late Eddie Guerrero. Rehwoldt and his wife Guerrero tied their knot on January 3, 2016. They were engaged two years earlier at their wedding in December 2014.

Aiden English with his wife

How tall is Matthew Rehwoldt?

Matthew Rehwoldt stands at a tall height of 6 feet and 3 inches or 191 cm.

Billed weight

98 kilograms or 215 lbs

Early wrestling career

Although he initially dreamt of being an actor, he switched his interest to wrestling and started being trained as a professional wrestler. In late-2011, he made his debut on the Illinois independent circuit with ring name Matt Marquee. He also wrestled for Chicago Style Wrestling where he teamed with Barry Ryte to form a tag team called “The Ryte Stuff”.

WWE career

In early 2012, he signed with WWE after which he assigned to Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW), the company’s developmental territory. He made his debut as “Aiden English” on March 1, 2012. On the March 15, 2012 taping of FCW television, he made his televised debut which was an intergender tag team match where he teamed with Audrey Marie against Rick Victor and Paige.

FCW was rebranded as NXT in 2012 where he lost to Leo Kruger on the June 27 episode. He lost to various wrestlers like Big E Langston, Ryback and Bray Wyatt. On the September 18, 2013, episode of NXT, he registered his first televised win by marking a win against Michael Q. Laurie. He started singing before and after matches. He also registered wins against Camacho and Jason Jordan. He began a feud with Colin Cassady at the beginning of 2014 who defeated him on the January 1 episode of NXT.

He formed a tag team called The Vaudevillains in June 2014 with Simon Gotch. They defeated Wesley Blake and Buddy Murphy NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn making them become the NXT Tag Team Champion. They lost the title to Dash and Dawson on the November 11 episode of NXT. They were unable to re-gain their title losing in the rematch on the November 25 episode of NXT. They participated in a four-way tag team match against Chad Gable and Jason Jordan, The Hype Bros and Blake and Murphy.

The Vaudevillains made their main roster debut on the April 7, 2016 episode of SmackDown where they defeated The Lucha Dragons. They participated in the #1 contenders tournament for the WWE Tag Team Championship where they register a win in the first round to Goldust and Fandango advancing to the semi-finals where they defeated The Usos on the April 18 episode of Raw. They reached the final against Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady which ended in a no-contest match. Although they got a title shot against The New Day, they lost the match. The Vaudevillains participated in a Fatal 4-way tag team match at Money in the Bank also involving Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson as well as Enzo and Cass. They were drafted to SmackDown in the tenth round of picks at the 2016 WWE draft.

SmackDown Commissioner Shane McMahon and SmackDown general manager Daniel Bryan created WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship for which a tag team tournament was held. The Vaudevillains participated in the tournament where they lost to The Hype Bros on the August 30 episode of SmackDown in the first round. They also lost to Tyler Breeze and Fandango (Breezango) on the November 8 episode of SmackDown. English’s partner Simon Gotch got released on April 5, 2017, which disbanded the team. After this, he started singing before starting his matches. He began a feud with Tye Dillinger in May 2017 who defeated him at Backlash. After two months, he was able to take revenge by defeating Dillinger on July 23.

Aiden English

He allied with Rusev who was having a feud with Randy Orton in September 2017. He helped Rusev defeat Orton in nine seconds. English sang a song while commemorating The Pride of Bulgaria Celebration”. While they were having time in their ceremony, Orton delivered RKOs to them. Despite English and Rusev being placed as villains, they were praised for their most popular acts and the crowd chanting “Rusev Day” during Rusev’s matches. English and Rusev wrestled as a tag team where they participated in a fatal four-way tag team match for the SmackDown Tag Team Championship also involving The Usos, Chad Gable and Shelton Benjamin and The New Day.

English participated in the 2018 Royal Rumble match on January 28, 2018, where he got eliminated by Finn Balor. He entered the André the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania 34 on April 8, 2018. On the July 24 episode of SmackDown Live, English accidentally knocked Lana out which marked the beginning of the feud between English and Rusev.

He interfered in the match between Rusev and Lana against Andrade Cien Almas and Zelina Vega in the following week. Their feud came to an end when Rusev defeated him on the October 23 episode of SmackDown Live. In early 2019, he joined the commentary team of 205 replacing Percy Watson. At WrestleMania Axxess, he was defeated by Kassius Ohno in April 2019. He appeared on SmackDown on November 1, 2019, as a guest commentator filling in for Corey Graves and Michael Cole. Following the Covid pandemic, WWE has cut the budget for which it released English from his contract on April 15, 2020.

After WWE

Following his departure from the company, he started working for the independent circuit under his real name. On the independent circuit, he had his first match for Zelo Wrestling on September 17, 2020.

Social sites

Matthew Rehwoldt’s Instagram account is reachable @wrestlingwithwhiskey where he has managed more than 8k followers. For business inquiries, one can contact him [email protected].

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