How much is WWE Michelle McCool’s net worth? The former two-time WWE Divas Champion has an estimated net worth of US$4.32 million. She is now a retired professional wrestler and is also known for being a two-time WWE Women’s Champion. She is also the first and only WWE Unified Divas Champion which she turned at Night of Champions in 2010. Further, she is globally recognized for being the wife of The Undertaker and mother to daughter Kaia Faith Calaway born in August 2012. Her husband has an estimated net worth of US$24 million.
How old is McCool?
She was born on January 25, 1980, which makes her age be 41 years old as of 2021.
How is her married life with The Undertaker?
She is currently married to legendary wrestler The Undertaker (real name Mark William Calaway). Their wedding ceremony took place in Houston, Texas on June 26, 2010. They are having a perfect and happy married life and there seems rare chance of the pair getting separated.
Before The Deadman, she was married to high school sweetheart Jeremy Louis Alexander. They divorced in 2006 after which she started a relationship with Calaway.
Michelle McCool’s daughter
She is blessed with a daughter named Kaia Faith Calaway. The beautiful wrestling couple is very conscious about allocating time for children and often goes for an outing for motivating and refreshing their family life. McCool has a step-son named Gunner Vincent Calaway (born 1993) from Undertaker’s marriage to Jodi Lynn. With her relationship with Sara Frank, she has two step-daughters named Chasey Calaway and Gracie Calaway.
How tall is McCool?
She stands at a tall height of 5 feet and 10 inches or 178 cm. She is 1 foot short than her spouse who has a height of 6 feet and 10 inches or 208 cm. The pair looks matched and lovely together.
What is her weight?
As per the records, her billed weight is measured 58 kilograms o3 127 pounds.
She was born in Palatka, Florida, the United States.
With her family, she currently resides in Austin, Texas.
Who are her parents?
She was born to parents named Terry McCool (father) and Jenny McCool (mother). Both of her parents are employed in the education sector where her father serves as a superintendent and her mother is a teacher by profession. Her parents have played a crucial role in her life by inspiring her since her early days.
She is blessed with an older brother who is known for playing football at the University of Cincinnati. The duo has memorable childhood days together and both of them were very active in sports.
She developed an interest in wrestling from her early age and used to describe herself as an avid wrestling fan. By the age of seven, she learned to perform Ric Flair’s signature maneuver, the figure-four leglock. While she was enrolled in school, she used to play several sports including volleyball, basketball and softball.
For her higher education, she went to Pasco-Hernando State College where she played first base. She went to Florida State University from where she earned her Master’s degree in Educational leadership.
After completing her graduation, she started teaching seventh-grade science for four years in Florida. She used to regularly participate in various competitions like National Physique Committee fitness contests. She also worked as a personal trainer and taught gymnastics and kickboxing.
In the 2004 WWE Diva Search, she came to WWE as a competitor where she lost to Christy Hemme. Although she marked a loss, she was able to secure a three-year deal with the company. Following this, she started making regular backstage segments on SmackDown! portraying a fitness trained and also taught multiple wrestlers stretches.
She teamed with The Big Show in her first SmackDown! match in marking win against Dawn Marie and René Duprée in March 2005. Her single debut for the brand was recorded in the same month where she lost to Marie. She was involved as a part of the feud between Heidenreich and MNM (Johnny Nitro and Joey Mercury). She defended Heidenreich against Melina’s verbal attacks who was playing the role of MNM’s manager. This led to a match between McCool and Melina on June 30, where McCool marked a loss.
She was sent to Deep South Wrestling (DSW) where she was active in various roles including wrestling, hosting several segments, interviewing and providing color commentary. She was briefly sidelined after being hospitalized for having an allergic reaction to a prescribed medication. Later, she started training for Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW) where she managed the duo of K.C. James and Amish Roadkill.
On June 2, 2006, she made her return to the main roster for SmackDown! where she played a “sexy teacher” gimmick. She initially aligned with Kristal Marshall and began a feud with Ashley Massaro and Jillian Hall. She participated in the Fatal Four-Way Bra and Panties match where Massaro emerged as the winner. She marked a win against Jillian Hall in her singles match on the July 28 episode of SmackDown! where she used the ropes as leverage. Later, she served as a valet for the team of Idol Stevens and K. C. James who were nicknamed The Teacher’s Pets after the association. The trio started having issues with Brian Kendrick and Paul London alongside their valet Massaro.
McCool was hospitalized on November 28 for having a broken sternum, enlarged kidney and an electrolyte imbalance. She made her return on the March 30, 2007, episode of SmackDown! by participating in a 10-Diva tag team match. She turned as a fan favorite on the April 13 episode of SmackDown!.
As per the new storyline, she started accompanying her on-screen friend Chuck Palumbo who was having an issue with Jamie Noble. Noble and Palumbo faced match to date with McCool which was won by Noble. During a match, Palumbo accidentally hit her by the elbow causing her to go through a concussion. Palumbo requested for an apology but she refused to result in the termination of the partnership. She won the title of being SmackDown!’s top Diva by winning a series of matches with Cherry, Maryse, Eve Torres and Victoria.
She earned a Golden Dreams match on July 4, 2008, an episode making her face Natalya. She defeated Nataly for the WWE Divas Championship on July 20 at The Great American Bash. She was able to defend her title against Maryse and Maria. However, she lost the title to Maryse on the December 26 episode of SmackDown!. She was angered after the loss and attacked Maria blaming her for the loss who was serving as the special guest referee.
On May 22, 2009, taping of SmackDown, she marked a win against Gail Kim for being the number one contender for the WWE Women’s Championship. With the help of Alicia Fox, she defeated Melina to earn her first Women’s Championship. She was also named to become the first Diva to have won both the Women’s championships and WWE Divas. On July 26 at Night of Champions, she successfully retained her title against Melina.
She began a feud with Layla as their team (LayCool) lost to Beth Phoenix and Kelly Kelly. McCool and Layla faced in a single match on the April 29 episode of SmackDown which ended in a double countout. They faced each other a no disqualification and no countout match at Extreme Rules with a condition that the loser would leave WWE. McCool lost to Layla which forced her to leave the company.
On the WWE Raw 25 Years special episode (January 22, 2018), she made a sporadic appearance where she was honored as part of a segment involving women who helped form the company’s success. She participated in the 2018 Royal Rumble as a surprise entrant where she eliminated Sonya Deville, Molly Holly, Liv Morgan and Lana before being eliminated by Natalya. She also participated in the all women’s pay-per-view, WWE Evolution where she got eliminated by Ember Moon.
As everyone has seen McCool incorporating Christian crosses on her wrestling attire, it is clearly proven that she is a devout Christian.