Bobby Lashley

Bobby Lashley

Bobby Lashley: 2022 Biography, Net Worth, Family, Income

Franklin Roberto Lashley was born on July 16th 1976 in Junction City, Kansas. The son of a United States Army Drill Sergeant, Lashley attended military school where he excelled as a amateur wrestler, later winning three NAIA Titles while attending Missouri Valley College. After graduating from college Lashley followed his father into the military where he also continued his wrestling career. However, his dreams of a spot on the 2004 Olympic team came to an end in 2003 where he witnessed an armed bank robbery and suffered a serious knee injury while diving to avoid gunfire.

Bobby Lashley signed with WWE in early 2005, heading to developmental territory Ohio Valley Wrestling. By the end of September Lashley was called up to the main roster and became a regular presence on SmackDown. The powerhouse won the United States Title in May 2006 before moving to ECW and capturing the ECW World Championship at December to Dismember.

In 2007 Lashley was chosen to represent Donald Trump in the ‘Battle of the Billionaires’ at WrestleMania 23. On the night Lashley defeated Umaga – who was representing Vince McMahon – which meant that McMahon had to have his head shaved bald.

After being released by WWE in February 2008, Lashley headed out onto the independent scene while also appearing in TNA/IMPACT Wrestling.

During this period Lashley launched his MMA career, before returning to TNA in 2014. Over the next four years Lashley won the World Championship four times, the X Division Championship and became King of the Mountain.

Bobby Lashley returned to WWE the night after WrestleMania 34 in April 2018 where he appeared on Monday Night Raw. Although the star won the Intercontinental Title twice, while picking up the United States Championship, it wasn’t until the star joined forces with MVP via an ill-fated storyline with Lana that his career kicked into another gear.

The formation of the Hurt Business alongside MVP, Cedric Alexander and Shelton Benjamin saw Lashley climb into the main event and win the WWE Championship in March 2021. The All-Mighty continued to feud with Drew McIntyre throughout much of the year before entering a rivalry with Goldberg.

In more recent times, the former WWE Champion has feuded with the likes of Brock Lesnar and Seth Rollins.

MMA Record

Bobby Lashley holds a mixed martial arts record of 15 wins with 2 defeats. One loss came via decision, and the other via knockout. Out of his victories, there were six knockouts, six by submission and three via decision.

Lashley’s most recent fight came at Bellator 162 in October 2016 where he defeated Josh Appelt via submission.

Net Worth

As of October 2022 Bobby Lashley has an estimated net worth of $4 million.


Bobby Lashley is currently unmarried. The All-Mighty was previously in a relationship with Kristal Marshall with whom he had two children. As son Myles born in 2008, and a daughter named Naomi in 2011. Lashley also has a third child named Kyra from a previous relationship who was born in 2005.


Through his contract with WWE Bobby Lashley is believed to earn around $1 million per-year. The star is also involved in numerous ventures outside of the ring, while he also receives royalty payments for video game appearances and merchandise sales.


According to, Bobby Lashley has competed in 915 matches since making his debut. His current record stands at 613 wins, 283 losses and 19 draws. This leaves Lashley with a win percentage of 67%.

Figures correct as of October 27th 2022.

WWE Career

  • WWE Champion – 2 times
  • ECW World Champion – 2 times
  • WWE Intercontinental Champion – 2 times
  • WWE United States Champion – 3 times


Like many WWE Superstars Bobby Lashley has worked alongside the Make-A-Wish Foundation, as well as other smaller charities.

BirthdayJuly 16th
Height6ft 3in
Marital StatusSingle
ResidencyColorado Springs, Colorado
Total Matches915
Matches Won613
Matches Lost283
World Championships8
Annual Salary$1 million
Net Worth$4 million

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