• Chavo Guerrero Jr. Net Worth 2018: What is this wrestler worth?

    Chavo Guerrero Jr. is a professional wrestler. Chavo Guerrero Jr. was born on October 20, 1970, in El Paso, Texas,, United States. This page will examine Chavo Guerrero Jr.’s total career net worth.

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    Chavo Guerrero Jr. Career, Earnings

    Billed from El Paso, Texas Chavo Guerrero Jr. has had a surprising time wrestling which debuted in 1994. Chavo Guerrero Jr.’s nicknames have included “Chavito”, “The Mexican Warrior”, and “The Gopher” (used in a derogatory way). Chavo Guerrero Jr. is the parent of 2, and is part of the Los Guerreros.

    Some of the signature moves employed by Chavo Guerrero Jr. included the Piledriver (professional wrestling), Moonsault, Somersault Senton, Multiple Tilt-a-whirl variations, Elevated DDT, Diving crossbody, Missile dropkick, Plancha, sometimes while performing a Somersault, Fireman’s carry gutbuster, sometimes from the Super, Single leg Boston crab, Emerald Flowsion, Chinlock, Rolling wheel kick, Lasso from El Paso (Cloverleaf Boston crab with knee or an Inverted figure-four ankle lock) – adopted from and used as a tribute to Eddie Guerrero, Suicide, Springboard Bulldog, Multiple suplex variations, Gory neckbreaker, European uppercut, Mule kick, and Back-to-back double underhook piledriver. In terms of music, Chavo Guerrero Jr. has entered the ring to “Latino World Order” by Jimmy Hart (WCW) (WWE; 2002 – May 2004), “We Lie, We Cheat, We Steal” by Jim Johnston (WWE 2001 – 2004 used in the tag team, “Los Guerreros” with Eddie Guerrero), “MIA Theme” by Jimmy Hart & Howard Helm (WCW 2000 – 2001), “Chavito Ardiente” by Jim Johnston (composer) (May 2004 – 30 June 2005; November 2005 – June 2011), “Black” by Dale Oliver, and “Never Thought My Life Could Be This Good” by Jim Johnston (composer) (2005; used as Kerwin White).

    Chavo Guerrero Jr. Net Worth 2018

    Wrestlers’ earnings differ depending on league, experience, and success. According to the league, the median professional wrestler brings home about $500,000 a year. But some bring in $1,000,000+. In contrast, non-professional community wrestlers make only a few hundred dollars per match.

    Chavo Guerrero Jr. net worth

    Chavo Guerrero Jr. net worth: wrestling salary distribution

    So what is Chavo Guerrero Jr.’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Chavo Guerrero Jr.’s net worth in 2018 is:

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