C.W. Anderson is a professional wrestler. C.W. Anderson was born on January 7, 1971, in Emit, North Carolina, United States. This page will examine C.W. Anderson’s total career net worth.
Billed from Raleigh, North Carolina C.W. Anderson has had a significant career in wrestling which debuted in December 2, 1993. C.W. Anderson’s nicknames have included “The Enforcer” (Extreme Championship Wrestling), and “The Samu” (Pro Wrestling Zero1). In the ring, C.W. Anderson was trained by WC1 wins Power Plant.
Some of the signature moves employed by C.W. Anderson included the Ferris Wheel (Half nelson suplex Exploder suplex), Anderson Tradition (Scissored armbar), Fireman’s carry dropped into an Armbreaker, Armbar takedown, Anderson Left (Left-handed Punch (strike)), Fujiwara armbar, and Delayed vertical suplex,. In terms of music, C.W. Anderson has entered the ring to “New Dangerous Alliance” by Harry Slash & The Slashtones, “Sad but True” by Metallica – (1999; ECW), “Freaks of Nature (Drain STH album)” by Drain STH – (2000; ECW, With Simon Diamond and Swinger), “Projection” by Jim Johnston – (WWE), “Death Metal” by Dale Oliver – (TNA; 2010), “Mama Said Knock You Out (song)” by LL Cool J – (2000; ECW), “Run, but You Can’t Hide” by Witches Brew – (2000; ECW), and “Deepest Bluest” (Instrumental) by LL Cool J – (2000-2001; ECW).
Wrestlers’ salaries are chosen depending on league, experience, and ranking. According to the league, the average professional wrestler earns nearly $500,000 a year. But some make more than $1 million. Meanwhile, non-professional local wrestlers get about $100-$1000 per match.
So what is C.W. Anderson’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for C.W. Anderson’s net worth in 2018 is: