Disco Inferno is a professional wrestler whose real name is Glenn Gilbertti. Disco Inferno was born on November 12, 1967, in Brooklyn, New York (state), U.S.. This page will examine Disco Inferno’s total career net worth.
Billed from Brooklyn, New York Disco Inferno has had a interesting time wrestling which debuted in 1991. Disco Inferno’s nicknames have included “The Brooklyn Stud” (TNA), “The Boogie Bogeyman” (WCW), “Gifted” (TNA), “The (self-proclaimed) Manager of Champions” (WCW; used while managing The Mamalukes), and “Hip-Hop Inferno” (WCW; used while a part The Filthy Animals). In the ring, Disco Inferno was trained by Steve Lawler (wrestler).
In terms of music, Disco Inferno has entered the ring to “It’s Not Easy” by Dale Oliver (TNA), “Something” by Dale Oliver (TNA), “Disco Fever” (WCW; 1995-1999, 1999-2000), “Boogin’ Up” (WCW; 2000-2001), and “Track listing” (WCW; used while a part of the 1998; 1999). Some of the signature moves employed by Disco Inferno included the Russian legsweep, DDT (professional wrestling), Hangman, Frog splash, Swinging neckbreaker, Pointed elbow drop, Vertival suplex, Jumping piledriver,, Inverted atomic drop,, Hotshot, Snapmare, Facebreaker knee smash, Village People’s Elbow (Elbow drop, preceded by the Y.M.C.A. (song) dance), and Bionic elbow.
Wrestlers’ payments differ depending on league, experience, and ranking. According to statistics, the median professional wrestler makes around $500,000 a year. But some make well into the 7 figures. In contrast, non-professional community wrestlers earn around $100+ per match.
So what is Disco Inferno’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Disco Inferno’s net worth in 2018 is: