Billy Gunn is a professional wrestler. Billy Gunn was born on November 1, 1963, in Orlando, Florida, United States. This page will examine Billy Gunn’s total career net worth.Image Credit: Miguel Discart
Billy Gunn’s nicknames have included “The One”, “Badd Ass (B.A.)”, “The Megastar”, and “Mr. Ass”. In the ring, Billy Gunn was trained by Jerry Gray. Billy Gunn is the parent of 2. Billed from Austin, Texas; Orlando, Florida Billy Gunn has had a distinguished career which debuted in 1985.
Some of the signature moves employed by Billy Gunn included the Dropkick, Suplex powerslam, Front powerslam, Hip toss,, Texas piledriver, Fallaway slam, Gorilla press slam, Tilt-a-whirl mat slam, Stinger splash, Gutbuster, and Cutter (professional wrestling). In terms of music, Billy Gunn has entered the ring to “Break It Down” by Chris Warren (musician) (used while a part of D-Generation X), “I’ve Got It All” by Jim Johnston (2000-2002), “In My House” by Dale Oliver (used while teaming with B.G. James), “Tiger Beat” by Dale Oliver, “Ass Man” by Jim Johnston (WWF/E), “Smokin'” by Jim Johnston (composer) (used while The Smoking Gunns Mike Plotcheck), “You Look So Good to Me” by Jim Johnston (used while Billy and Chuck Chuck Palumbo), “Nobody Moves” by Dale Oliver (used while teaming with B.G. James), “‘Rock-A-Billy” by Big Al Anderson and Jim Johnston (April 14, 1997 – October 11, 1997), “Oh, You Didn’t Know?” by Jim Johnston (used while The New Age Outlaws Road Dogg) (WWF/E), and “Angel on My Shoulder” by Dale Oliver.
Wrestlers’ salaries differ depending on league, experience, and promotional ability. According to the league, the median professional wrestler earns around $500,000 a year. But some earn $1 million or more. In contrast, non-professional local wrestlers get only $100-$1000 per match.
So what is Billy Gunn’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Billy Gunn’s net worth in 2018 is: $4 million