Chris Hero is a professional wrestler. Chris Hero was born on December 24, 1979, in Dayton, Ohio, U.S.. This page will examine Chris Hero’s total career net worth.Image Credit: Anton
Chris Hero’s nicknames have included “The Savior of CZW”, “The Knockout Artist”, “The Mack Daddy of the Cravate”, and “That Young Knockout Kid”. In the ring, Chris Hero was trained by Dory Funk Jr.. Chris Hero has had a prominent career in wrestling which debuted in September 12, 1998.
In terms of music, Chris Hero has entered the ring to “A Certain Shade of Green” by Incubus (band), “Everyday I Love You Less and Less” by Kaiser Chiefs, “Nobody’s Real” by Powerman 5000, “Blind (Korn song)” by Korn, “My Hero (song)” by Foo Fighters, “We Are the Champions” by Queen (band), “KoW (Kings)” by Cody B. Ware, Emilio Sparks and J. Glaze, “Sharp Dressed Man” by ZZ Top, “Rock and Roll (Gary Glitter song)” by Gary Glitter, “Lux Aeterna (Requiem for a Dream) (Holding Out for a Hero intro)” by Clint Mansell, “Dead and Bloated” by Stone Temple Pilots, “Flatlined” by Modern Echo (NXT (WWE brand)), “It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane” by Ralph Cardall, “Rape Me” by Nirvana (band), “Kryptonite (3 Doors Down song)” by 3 Doors Down, “Double Dutch Bus” by Frankie Smith, “Hero’s Welcome” by CFO$ and Cody B. Ware (NXT), “Bomp” by Robin Klein and Scott Schreer, “Holding Out for a Hero” by Bonnie Tyler, “Smack My Bitch Up” by The Prodigy, “Don’t You Want Me” by The Human League, “The Stroke” by Billy Squier, and “Chris is Awesome!” by Viro the Virus. Some of the signature moves employed by Chris Hero included the Hero DDT (Lifting DDT), Multiple Senton variations, Cravate-O-Clasm (Three-quarter facelock Iconoclasm), Indian deathlock Piledriver (professional wrestling), Hero Sidekick (Big boot to a cornered opponent), Moonsault,, Mafia Kick (Big boot), Cravate Buster (Corkscrew neckbreaker), Cravate Cutter (Three-quarter facelock into a Diamond Dust), Johnny Saint Special (Lady of the lake), Tracy Smothers (Palm strike to a cornered opponent’s chest), Elbow smash, Cravate Countdown (Guillotine drop), Multiple suplex variations, Hero Stomp (Diving stomp, sometimes while Springboard), Forearm smash, Three-quarter facelock, Russ Abbot (Performs a leapfrog, crawls between opponent’s legs, rolls over the opponent and performs a Roll-up), Double leg slam, Hero Sandwich (Swinging side slam Side slam backbreaker, sometimes while applying a Hammerlock), and Topé con Hero (Somersault Topé through the Suicide).
Wrestlers’ earnings are chosen depending on league, experience, and success. According to the WWE, the common professional wrestler brings in nearly $500,000 a year. But some get more than a million dollars. Meanwhile, non-professional local wrestlers earn around a few hundred dollars per match.
So what is Chris Hero’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Chris Hero’s net worth in 2018 is: