Brian Pillman is a professional wrestler. Brian Pillman was born on May 22, 1962, in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. Brian Pillman died of Arteriosclerotic heart disease, on October 5, 1997, in Bloomington, Minnesota, U.S.. This page will examine Brian Pillman’s total career net worth.Image Credit: John McKeon
Billed from Cincinnati, Ohio; “Kennel club”; (as The Yellow Dog) Brian Pillman has had a interesting career which debuted in 1986. Brian Pillman is the parent of 6, including one adopted and one step-child. Brian Pillman’s nicknames have included “The Loose Cannon”, “California”, “Flyin'”, “The Ticking/Walking Time Bomb”, “The Rogue Horseman”, and “F’n”.
Some of the signature moves employed by Brian Pillman included the Dropkick,, Flying clothesline, Chop block, Headscissors takedown, Spinning heel kick, Vertical suplex, and Backhand chop. In terms of music, Brian Pillman has entered the ring to “Blondes Have More Fun (California Sun)” (WCW; 1994-1995), “Ticking Time Bomb” by Jim Johnston (composer) (WWE; 1997), “Welcome to the Jungle” by Guns N’ Roses (Extreme Championship Wrestling; 1994), “Coast” (WCW; used while a part of The Four Horsemen (professional wrestling)), “Track listing” by L7 (band), “Rock Machine” (WCW; 1990-1992, 1993-1994), “Rocket (Def Leppard song)” by Def Leppard (National Wrestling Alliance/World Championship Wrestling; 1989-1990), “Track listing” by Ratt, and “Satan’s Sister” (WCW; used while The Hollywood Blonds Stone Cold Steve Austin).
Wrestlers’ income vary widely depending on league, experience, and skill. According to the league, the average professional wrestler gets about $500,000 a year. But some get $1,000,000+. In contrast, non-professional local wrestlers earn about a few hundred dollars per match.
So what is Brian Pillman’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Brian Pillman’s net worth in 2018 is: