Dennis Rodman net worth: Dennis is estimated to be at $500 thousand in 2022.
Dennis Rodman is an NBA basketball player who previously played for the Detroit Pistons, San Antonio Spurs, Chicago Bulls, Los Angeles Lakers, and Dallas Mavericks. “The Worm” was Rodman’s nickname.
Dennis Roadman Biography & Early life
Dennis Keith Rodman was born in New Jersey on May 13, 1961. Shirley and Philander Rodman, Jr. have a son named Rodman.
Rodman grew up in the Oak Cliff neighbourhood of Dallas with his mother and two sisters, Debra and Kim, after his father abandoned the family. To make ends meet, his mother worked multiple jobs.
Dennis Roadman’s Career
The Detroit Pistons drafted Dennis Rodman in 1986. The Detroit Pistons won 52 games to qualify for the 1987 NBA Playoffs. Rodman continued to play effectively in the following season, averaging 11.6 points and 8.7 rebounds per game.
He spent the following season on the bench, averaging 9.0 points and 9.4 rebounds in 27 minutes. The Pistons eventually made it to the NBA Finals and defeated the Lakers.
Rodman overcame spasms to put up a strong defensive effort, grabbing 19 rebounds. Piston won the title for the second year in a row, and Rodman was one of the key players who helped the team win.
He earned the first of his seven consecutive rebounding titles in 1992. Rodman’s connection with the Pistons’ management became strained after the team’s coach, Chuck Daly, whom Rodman looked up to as a father, resigned in 1993.
In the 1995-96 season, Rodman was transferred again, this time to the Chicago Bulls as a power forward. This team already included well-known athletes like Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen.
Rodman tried multiple times to return to basketball after a long absence, but he was unable to replicate his on-field success and was eventually inducted into the NBA Hall of Fame in 2011.
In 2008, he returned to wrestling by competing in Hulk Hogan’s Celebrity Championship Wrestling, which he won.
Dennis Rodman’s net worth is $500 thousand as of 2022.
Career in Wrestling
Rodman was a professional wrestler in the World Championship Wrestling (WCW) from 1997 until 1999. (World Championship Wrestling).
He had always enjoyed it, but after retiring from basketball, he became more serious about it. In July 1997, he competed in his debut match at a Bash at the Beach event.
He teamed up with Hulk Hogan, but they were defeated by Lex Luger and The Giant. Rodman and Hogan teamed up again in August 1997 at the Road Wild event to help Hogan win the WCW World Heavyweight Championship.
Before taking a sabbatical, he did a few more Bash the Beach Events before returning to the WCW in 1999 and battled with Randy Savage.
Rodman resigned from wrestling in July 2000 after competing in the i-Generation Superstars of Wrestling pay-per-view event and losing to Curt Henning.
In 2008, he stepped out of retirement for a brief appearance on Hulk Hogan’s Celebrity Championship Wrestling show.
After overcoming other competitors such as Eric Esch and Dustin Diamond, he was declared the series winner.
Rodman married Annie Bakes in the early 1990s and they divorced. Alexis, their only child, was born in 1988.
Rodman married Carmen Electra in November 1998 at the Little Chapel of the Flowers in Las Vegas. Four months later, Electra filed for divorce.
In 2003, Rodman married Michelle Moyer. Dennis Jr. and Trinity, their son and daughter, were born to them. Dennis Jr. will play college basketball for Washington State in 2019, while his sister Trinity will play women’s soccer for the Cougars in 2020.
Michelle filed for divorce in 2004, but the couple attempted to reconcile for several years. In 2012, their marriage was called off.
Rodman has struggled with alcoholism in the past. He was caught for drunk driving in 1999 and fined $2,000 as a result.
In April 2004, he was detained for drunk driving for the second time. In May 2008, he checked into a Florida recovery facility.
After an intervention from family and friends, he relapsed in 2009 and refused to enter rehab again.
He did accept to go on Dr. Drew’s Celebrity Rehab for the third season. He was admitted to the Pasadena Recovery Center for a 21-day stay.
He then checked into a Hollywood Hills sober living centre. He was reunited with his mother Shirley at that location. They hadn’t seen each other in seven years.
Rodman was ejected from a Los Angeles restaurant in January 2010 for disturbing the peace.
Rodman entered rehab for alcohol abuse for the second time in January 2014, following a binge that his agent, Darren Prince, described as “unprecedented.”