D‘Lo Brown is a professional wrestler. D’Lo Brown was born on October 22, 1970, in Burlington, New Jersey. This page will examine D’Lo Brown’s total career net worth.
In the ring, D’Lo Brown was trained by Al Snow. D’Lo Brown has had a significant life in wrestling which debuted in 1994. D’Lo Brown is the parent of 2.
In terms of music, D’Lo Brown has entered the ring to “Black” by Dale Oliver (TNA; used while a part of Aces & Eights), “We Are The Nation 97” by Jim Johnston (WWF; March 1997-March, 1998) (used while as a part of Nation of Domination), “WWF The Music, Vol. 4” (several versions) by Jim Johnston (composer) (WWE; 1999-2000, April 28, 2002-February 16, 2003), “We Are the Nation (Rap Version)” by Jim Johnston (composer) & PG-13 (professional wrestling) (WWE; November, 1996-March 1997) (used while as a part of Nation of Domination), “Where the Hood At” by DMX (rapper) (All Japan Pro Wrestling; 2005-2007), “Desert Threat” by Jim Johnston (WWF; 2000-January, 2001) (used while as a part of Lo Down and managed by Tiger Ali Singh), “D’Lo Fest” by Dale Oliver, “Nation (Know Your Role Quote)” by Jim Johnston (April, 1998-November, 1998) (used while as a part of Nation of Domination), “You Better Recognize” (several versions) by Jim Johnston (WWF; 1998-99), and “NWA: TNA The Music. Vol. 2” by Dale Oliver (TNA Wrestling). Some of the signature moves employed by D’Lo Brown included the Running powerbomb, Leg drop, Shining Impact (Enzuigiri to the chest of a seated opponent), Leg lariat, and Sudden Impact (Swinging side slam).
Wrestlers’ income are chosen depending on league, experience, and promotional ability. According to statistics, the average professional wrestler brings in nearly $500,000 a year. But some earn more than a million dollars. Meanwhile, non-professional community wrestlers earn about $100-$1000 per match.
So what is D’Lo Brown’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for D’Lo Brown’s net worth in 2018 is: