• Big Show Net Worth 2018: What is this wrestler worth?

    Big Show is a professional wrestler. Big Show was born on February 8, 1972, in Aiken, South Carolina, U.S.. This page will examine Big Show’s total career net worth.

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    Big Show Career, Earnings

    In the ring, Big Show was trained by Larry Sharpe (wrestler). Billed from Tampa, Florida Big Show has had a surprising career which debuted in October 23, 1995. Big Show is the parent of 3. Big Show’s nicknames have included “The Showster”, “The World’s Largest Athlete”, “The Greatest Giant of All Time”, “The Extreme Giant”, “Big Banter”, and “Big Nasty Bastard”.

    Some of the signature moves employed by Big Show included the Vertical suplex, Corner slingshot splash, Sidewalk slam, Spear, Elbow drop,, Hip attack to the chest or stomach of a cornered opponent, sometimes in multiple successions with theatrics, Alley Oop, Bear hug, Gorilla press slam, Headbutt, Forehand chop to a cornered opponent’s chest, with theatrics, Back kick, as a counter to an oncoming opponent, Big boot, and Abdominal stretch. In terms of music, Big Show has entered the ring to “Crank the Walls Down” by Maylene and the Sons of Disaster (WWE; July 31, 2009 – January 4, 2010; used while Jeri-Show Chris Jericho), “The Unholy Alliance” by Jim Johnston (WWF; August, 1999 – September, 1999), “WWF The Music, Vol. 4” by Jim Johnston (WWF/WWE; April 1999 – May 29, 2006), “No Chance in Hell” by Jim Johnston (WWF; 1999; used while a part of The Corporation (professional wrestling)), “WWF Aggression” by Mack 10, K Mac and Boo Kapone featuring MC Eiht (WWF; May 2000), “Dungeon of Doom” by Jimmy Hart & Howard Helm (WCW; 1995-1996, used while a part of The Dungeon of Doom), “WWE Wreckless Intent” by Brand New Sin (WWE; June 7, 2006 – December 6, 2006; February 17, 2008 – present), “Massacre” by Jim Johnston (composer) (WWF; February 1999 – April 1999), “Slammer” (WCW; 1997; used while teaming with Lex Luger), “I Came to Crank It Up” by Downstait and Brand New Sin (WWE; January 18, 2010 – April 26, 2010; used while ShoMiz The Miz), “WWE Anthology” by Rick Derringer (WWF/WWE; Backlash (2000); used while impersonating Hulk Hogan), “Rockhouse” by Frank Shelley (WCW/WWE; used while a part of the New World Order (professional wrestling)), and “Chokeslam” by Unknown (World Championship Wrestling; 1995-1999).

    Big Show Net Worth 2018

    Wrestlers’ income differ depending on league, experience, and skill. According to the WWE, the average professional wrestler earns around $500,000 a year. But some get $1 million or more. On the other hand, non-professional local wrestlers earn only $100-$1000 per match.

    Big Show net worth

    Big Show net worth: wrestling salary distribution

    So what is Big Show’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Big Show’s net worth in 2018 is: $19 million

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