WWE John Cone’s Net worth, Age, Wife, Height and Career

How much is WWE John Cone’s net worth? American professional wrestling referee has an estimated net worth of US$1.45 million. He currently serves as a referee for the Raw brand. He and his wife own Donut King, located in Kansas City. Their business is accompanied by his wife’s sister named Kristen and her husband Jeff. John has also appeared in multiple web series including UpUpDownDown.

Wife as a business partner

John Cone’s wife’s name is Lauren. They are together both in personal and professional life, they own Donut King together and often work together on planning and implementing business strategies.

Donut King

Donut King has been offering 48 different donuts as well as several other products like cupcakes, cakes, pastries and gourmet coffee. It has been named as Award-Winning Donuts and has occupied a large market with quality customer service.


His son Nicholas Cone was chosen out of the audience by Braun Strowman to be his tag team partner at WrestleMania 34 on April 8, 2018. Braun and Nicholas faced Cesaro and Sheamus (The Bar) for the WWE Raw Tag Team Championship and winning the match made Nicholas the youngest champion in any category in WWE history. The following night, they relinquished the title as Nicholas is not a professional wrestler. However, it was revealed that Nicholas is a karate player who holds a red belt.


John Cone with Braun Strowman and his son Nicholas


How old is John Cone?

He was born on November 16, 1974, which makes his age be 47 years old as of 2021. His zodiac sign is Scorpio as he celebrated his birthday every 16th November.


He was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the United States.

How tall is John Cone?

He stands at a perfect height of 5 feet and 9 inches or 1.75 m. His billed weight is 79 kilograms or 174 lbs.

Wrestling career

In August 1996, he began refereeing independent wrestling matches. From 1999 to 2006, he served for Harley Race World League Wrestling for seven years. A turning point came in his career when a WWE officials saw him refereeing after which he had his big break. He also trained himself as a wrestler and even got appeared as ‘Johnny Angel’ in about 24 matches across 12 shows.

After signing WWE

After signing with WWE, John was assigned for WWE developmental territory Ohio Valley Wrestling. Later, he was sent to Deep South Wrestling. On April 2, 2017, he appeared as a referee in a match between Roman Reigns and The Undertaker at the main event of WrestleMania 33.


WWE John Cone


He also refereed the main event between Big Show and Braun Strowman on the April 17, 2017 episode of Raw. After the ring collapsed, the match ended in a no contest. He also refereed the match for the Raw Women’s Championship between Bayley vs. Alexa Bliss on April 30, 2017.


Moving towards his filmographies, he has appeared in The JBL and Cole Show (2013 – 2015), WWE Game Night (2016 to present), Southpaw Regional Wrestling (2017) and UpUpDownDown (2020). He was also seen in the documentary KC on the Mat in 2009.

Video games

One can see him as a referee in the video games like WWE 2K15, WWE Smackdown vs. Raw 2010 and so on.

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