WWE Ariya Daivari’s Net worth, Wife, Age, Brother and Height

WWE star Ariya Daivari

How much is WWE Ariya Daivari’s net worth? The professional wrestler from Minnesota has an estimated net worth of US$450,000. He made his debut on September 26, 2006, and has been performing on the cruiserweight-exclusive 205 Live brands.

Birth name

He was born Ariya Daivari. He has also used his birth name as his ring name and has also appeared in-ring as Arya Daivari, Sheik Mustafa Bashir and Sheik Ariya Daivari.

Date of birth

April 11, 1989


He is 32 years old as of 2021 considering his birthdate.

Height and weight

Ariya stands at a tall height of 5 feet and 10 inches or 178 cm. His billed weight is 86 kilograms or 190 pounds making him have a balanced BMI calculation.

Who are his trainers?

He has received professional wrestling training from superstars like Shelton Benjamin, Arik Cannon, Shawn Daivari (brother) and Ken Anderson.

Education and academic achievements

He was enrolled at Wayzata High School in Plymouth, Minnesota. During his school, he trained in both Tae Kwon Do and amateur wrestling.

Brother Dara Shawn Daivari

He has an elder brother named Dara Shawn Daivari who is five years older than him. Dara is also a professional wrestler who worked for WWE from 2004 to 2007 as Daivari. Both siblings were born in the month of April.

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Who is Ariya Daivari’s wife?

Daivari isn’t married yet and has nobody whom he could introduce as his wife as of now. He hasn’t talked about his current relationship status and girlfriend details.

Pet dog

He has a pet dog named Louie who is very close to him. On June 27, 2020, he wished Louie his first birthday through his Instagram account.

Twitter and Instagram

Ariya is active on Twitter @AriyaDaivariWWE where he has amassed more than 60k followers. He is also available on Instagram @ariyadaivari where he has maintained over 60k followers.

Debut match

On September 26, 2006, he made his wrestling debut at a Midwest Pro Wrestling Academy event. He appeared in various promotions including Ring of Honor, Total Nonstop Action’s India project Ring Ka King and Global Force Wrestling.

WWE career

In 2013, he appeared in a non-televised match for WWE SmackDown at the Target Center marking his first experience with the promotion. He took part at the WWE Performance Center. He was introduced as a competitor in the WWE Cruiserweight Classic on June 13, 2016. He got eliminated in the first round by Ho Ho Lun. He made his main roster debut on the October 10, 2016, episode of Raw by being part of the cruiserweight division on Raw as a heel where he lost to the Cruiserweight Champion T.J. Perkins.

He teamed with Drew Gulak and Tony Nese on the Hell in a Cell pre-show to face Cedric Alexander, Sin Cara and Lince Dorado but they lost the match. They also lost to the team of Rich Swann, TJ Perkins and Noam Dar. Later, he began a feud with Gentleman Jack Gallagher whom he lost in an “I Forfeit” match. He joined Enzo Amore’s heel faction “The Zo Train” along with Gulak, Dar and Nese when Amore earned the Cruiserweight Champion.

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“The Zo Train” was disbanded when WWE fired Amore after allegations of sexual assault. This made Amore vacate the Cruiserweight Championship and a tournament was held for crowning a new Cruiserweight Champion. Ariya participated in the tournament where he lost to the debuting Buddy Murphy in the first round on the February 6, 2018 episode of 205 Live.

He teamed with his brother Shawn Daivari in WWE’s Greatest Royal Rumble. He defeated Cedric Alexander on the March 23 episode of 205 Live following a distraction from Oney Lorcan. He defeated Lorcan on the April 23 episode of 205 Live making him become the number one contender for the Cruiserweight Championship. He lost to Tony Nese at Money in the Bank on May 19, 2019.




He was born to Iranian parents who migrated to the United States in the 1970s.


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