Brian Adams is a professional wrestler. Brian Adams was born on April 14, 1964, in Kailua, Hawaii County, Hawaii, United States. Brian Adams died of Drug overdose, on August 13, 2007, in Tampa, Florida, United States. This page will examine Brian Adams’s total career net worth.
Billed from Kona, Hawaii Brian Adams has had a fascinating time wrestling which debuted in 1986 and which ended in 2003. Brian Adams’s nicknames have included “Big”, “The Original Hawaiian Punch”, and “B.A.”. In the ring, Brian Adams was trained by Tatsumi Fujinami, and Antonio Inoki.
Some of the signature moves employed by Brian Adams included the Texas piledriver, Dropkick, Multiple suplex variations, Around the Islands (Tilt-a-whirl backbreaker, Pendulum backbreaker, Flying shoulder block, Cuts Like a Knife (Full nelson slam), Bear hug, Inverted atomic drop, Bow and arrow hold, Fireman’s carry DDT, Superkick, Headbutt, and Gorilla press into either a Gorilla press gutbuster. In terms of music, Brian Adams has entered the ring to “Demolition Daze” by Jimmy Hart, J.J.Maguire, and Rick Derringer (WWF; 1990), “In The World Beyond” by Loudness (band) (NJPW; 1988), “Native Terror (V2)” by Jim Johnston and composed by Jimmy Hart, J.J.Maguire (WWF; November 6, 1993-Royal Rumble (1995)) used with Yokozuna (wrestler), “KroniK” by Jimmy Hart & Howard Helm (2000-2001), “Kona” by Jimmy Hart (WWF; May 9, 1992-July 12, 1993), “Jailbird” by Jim Johnston (WWF; August 12, 1996 – December 30, 1996), “Demolition” (3rd Theme) by Jim Johnston (composer) (WWF; 1990-1991), “God of Thunder (song)” by Kiss (band) (August 30, 1999), “Nation of Domination” by Jim Johnston (WWF; used while part of the Nation of Domination; 1996-1997), “Pour Some Sugar on Me” by Def Leppard (OWF; 1988), “The Club (97)” by Jim Johnston (WWF; 1997), and “Rockhouse” by J.Hart and Howard Helm (WCW; used while a part of the New World Order (professional wrestling); 1998-1999).
Wrestlers’ salaries may vary depending on league, experience, and success. According to statistics, the common professional wrestler makes nearly $500,000 a year. But some bring in more than $1 million. Meanwhile, non-professional local wrestlers make around a few hundred dollars per match.
So what is Brian Adams’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Brian Adams’s net worth in 2018 is: