Chris Jericho Net Worth 2018: What is this wrestler worth?

Chris Jericho is a professional wrestler. Chris Jericho was born on November 9, 1970, in Manhasset, New York, United States. This page will examine Chris Jericho’s total career net worth.

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Chris Jericho Career, Earnings

In the ring, Chris Jericho was trained by Ed Langley. Chris Jericho’s nicknames have included “The Sexy Beast”, “Y2J”, “The 61-Minute Man”, “The Man of 1,004 Holds”, “The Mental Mastermind”, “The Greatest of all Time”, “The Alpha”, “The Living Legend”, “The Best in the World (at What He Does)”, “Lionheart”, “The Savior of WWE”, “Cowboy”, “The King of the World”, and “The Ayatollah of Rock ‘n’ Rolla”. Chris Jericho is the parent of 3. Billed from Calgary; Casper, Wyoming; Manhasset, New York; Winnipeg Chris Jericho has had a interesting career in wrestling which debuted in October 2, 1990.

In terms of music, Chris Jericho has entered the ring to “You’re Invited (But Your Friend Can’t Come)” by Vince Neil (CRMW/IWA, 1993-1996), “Silent Jealousy” by X Japan (FMW, 1992), “Crank the Walls Down” by Maylene and the Sons of Disaster, “Judas” by Fozzy (New Japan Pro-Wrestling, December 11, 2017 – present), “Soul-Crusher” by White Zombie (band) (Extreme Championship Wrestling, 1996), “Overnight Sensation” by FireHouse (band) (Frontier Martial Arts Wrestling, 1991), “Thunder Kiss ’65” by White Zombie (band) (WAR (wrestling promotion), 1994-1996), “One Crazed Anarchist” by Aircraft Music Library, “Enter Sandman” by Metallica (Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre, 1993-1995), “Rock America” by Danger Danger, “Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)” by C+C Music Factory featuring Freedom Williams (CMLL, 1993), “King of My World” by Saliva (band) (WWE; Survivor Series (2002)), “Don’t You Wish You Were Me” by Fozzy (WWE; 2004), “Unskinny Bop” by Poison (American band) (CWC/International Wrestling Alliance, 1990-1991), “Electric Head, Pt. 2 (The Ecstasy)” by White Zombie (ECW; 1996), “All The Days (Instrumental)” by Mammoth (World Championship Wrestling; 1996-1997), “Super Liger” by New Japan Pro-Wrestling (New Japan Pro-Wrestling; 1997), “Break Down the Walls/Break the Walls Down” by Adam Morenoff, “Tease Me Please Me” by Scorpions (band) (WFWA/CNWA/CRMW, 1991-1993)), and “Fight” by CFO$ (WWE; August 8, 2016 – February 13, 2017; used while teaming with Kevin Owens). Some of the signature moves employed by Chris Jericho included the Flying forearm smash, Sleeper slam, sometimes as a counter to an oncoming opponent; used rarely, Tilt-a-whirl backbreaker, Multiple Kick variations, One-handed bulldog, Backhand chop, Double underhook backbreaker, Multiple suplex variations, Springboard Plancha, Jericho Spike (Hurricanrana, sometimes from the Frankensteiner), Back elbow, Backbreaker submission, Diving double axe handle, Baseball slide, Multiple powerbombs sometimes followed by a Pin (professional wrestling), Back elbow,, Putting his foot on the opponent’s chest in a Pin (professional wrestling) attempt, with theatrics, and Double underhook powerbomb.

Chris Jericho Net Worth 2018

Wrestlers’ earnings are set depending on league, experience, and skill. According to statistics, the common professional wrestler earns about $500,000 a year. But some bring in more than a million dollars. On the other hand, non-professional community wrestlers make around a few hundred dollars per match.

Chris Jericho net worth

Chris Jericho net worth: wrestling salary distribution

So what is Chris Jericho’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Chris Jericho’s net worth in 2018 is: $23 million