Cima is a professional wrestler. Cima was born on November 15, 1977, in Sakai, Osaka, Japan. This page will examine Cima’s total career net worth.
Cima has had a prominent career in wrestling which debuted in May 11, 1997. In the ring, Cima was trained by Último Dragón. Cima’s nicknames have included “Aku no Hana” (Japanese language for “Flower of Evil”).
Some of the signature moves employed by Cima included the Iconoclasm, Goriconoclasm (Iconoclasm), LA Mart (Gannosuke Clutch), Blood Silk Road (Gannosuke Clutch), Turkey (Arm triangle choke), Salmonella (Jumping piledriver), Dos Caras Clutch (Hammerlock rolled forward into a Cradle), Venus (Palm strike to an opponent seated on the top rope), Superkick, Skayde Special (Inverted cloverleaf), Jorge Complete (Scoop powerslam transitioned into a Gedo Clutch), Nakayubi (Front chancery transitioned into a DDT (professional wrestling)), Tokarev (Corner-to-corner missile dropkick, sometimes while performing a Somersault), Jorge Clutch (Arm drag transitioned into a Gedo Clutch), Superdrol (Double knee backbreaker or a Double knee to the back or chest of a cornered opponent), Perfect Driver (Michinoku Driver II), and Neji to Hashi (Fisherman suplex). In terms of music, Cima has entered the ring to “Me Gusta Cola” by Joe, and “Me Gusta Cola” by Jesus Believes Me.
Wrestlers’ salaries are chosen depending on league, experience, and promotional ability. According to the WWE, the average professional wrestler brings home almost $500,000 a year. But some get $1,000,000+. In contrast, non-professional part-time wrestlers make around a few hundred dollars per match.
So what is Cima’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Cima’s net worth in 2018 is: