Chris Masters is a professional wrestler. Chris Masters was born on January 8, 1983, in Santa Monica, California, United States. This page will examine Chris Masters’s total career net worth.Image Credit: Tabercil
Chris Masters’s nicknames have included “The Adonis”, “The Masterpiece”, and “The Superfreak”. In the ring, Chris Masters was trained by Rick Bassman, Ohio Valley Wrestling, and Ultimate Pro Wrestling. Billed from Los Angeles, California Chris Masters has had a prominent life in wrestling which debuted in August 15, 2002.
Some of the signature moves employed by Chris Masters included the Back elbow, Vertical suplex powerslam, Stinger splash, Polish Hammer (Double axe handle), Inverted atomic drop, Backhand chop, Samoan drop, Swinging neckbreaker, Clothesline, Argentine backbreaker rack, Spinebuster,, Scoop powerslam, Full nelson slam, Sidewalk slam, Bear hug, Gorilla press slam, Delayed vertical suplex, and Shoulder block,. In terms of music, Chris Masters has entered the ring to “Eli Drake” by Dale Oliver (Impact Wrestling; May 2017 – January 2018; used while teaming with Eli Drake), “Masterpiece” (V2) by Jim Johnston (WWE; July 27, 2009 – December 29, 2009), “Masterpiece” (V1) by Jim Johnston (composer) (WWE; October 31, 2004 – October 17, 2007), and “Overdrive” by John Loeffler & Gary Philip Seiden from Cherry Picked Music Library (WWE; January 7, 2010 – August 1, 2011).
Wrestlers’ payments are set depending on league, experience, and success. According to statistics, the average professional wrestler makes about $500,000 a year. But some get well into the 7 figures. In contrast, non-professional community wrestlers make about a few hundred dollars per match.
So what is Chris Masters’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Chris Masters’s net worth in 2018 is: