Al Snow is a professional wrestler. Al Snow was born on July 18, 1963, in Lima, Ohio, United States. This page will examine Al Snow’s total career net worth.
In the ring, Al Snow was trained by Jim Lancaster. Al Snow is the parent of 2. Billed from Lima, Ohio Al Snow has had a significant wrestling career which debuted in 1982. Al Snow’s nicknames have included “Coach”.
In terms of music, Al Snow has entered the ring to “Breathe (The Prodigy song)” by The Prodigy, “Orient Express” by Jimmy Hart & J.J. Maguire (World Wrestling Entertainment; January, 1996 – March 17, 1996; used as Shinobi), “What Does Everybody Want?” by Jim Johnston, “You’re So Vain” by Faster Pussycat (Smoky Mountain Wrestling; March 11, 1995 – September 16, 1995), “Purple Haze” by The Jimi Hendrix Experience, “Rock Out” by Jimmy Hart & J.J. Maguire (WWF; April 15, 1996 – December 23, 1996; used as a member of The Rockers), “Empire (95)” by Jimmy Hart & J.J. Maguire and Jim Johnston (World Wrestling Entertainment; October 23, 1995 – February 3, 1996, used as Avatar), “Snow-Man” by Jim Johnston, “Rock and Roll (Gary Glitter song)” by Gary Glitter, and “Alice’s Folly” by Steve Vaus from the FirstCom music library (WWF; January 5, 1997 – July 20, 1997; used as Leif Cassidy). Some of the signature moves employed by Al Snow included the Snow Bomb (Sitout spinebuster), Snow-Plex (Wheelbarrow suplex), Trapping headbutts, DDT (professional wrestling), Dragon sleeper, Clothesline, Springboard moonsault, Snow Drop (Stunner (professional wrestling)), and La magistral.
Wrestlers’ salaries differ depending on league, experience, and promotional ability. According to the league, the standard professional wrestler makes nearly $500,000 a year. But some bring in more than a million dollars. Separately, non-professional part-time wrestlers earn about $1000 or less per match.
So what is Al Snow’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Al Snow’s net worth in 2018 is: $3 million