Dusty Rhodes is a professional wrestler. Dusty Rhodes was born on October 11, 1945, in Austin, Texas, United States. Dusty Rhodes died of Kidney failure, on June 11, 2015, in Orlando, Florida, United States. This page will examine Dusty Rhodes’s total career net worth.
Billed from Austin, Texas; Diablo Canyon, Colorado Dusty Rhodes has had a surprising life in wrestling which ended in 2007. Dusty Rhodes is the parent of 4, including Goldust; Cody Rhodes, and is part of the Brandi Rhodes (daughter-in-law); Fred Ottman (brother-in-law); Jerry Sags (brother-in-law). Dusty Rhodes’s nicknames have included “The American Dream”, “The Common Man”, “Stardust”, “Son of a Plumber”, “Dirty” Dusty, and “Bull of the Woods”.
In terms of music, Dusty Rhodes has entered the ring to “Studio albums” by Ryuichi Sakamoto (New Japan Pro Wrestling/Hustle (professional wrestling)) (1979-1980, 1992; NJPW) (2004; Hustle), “Midnight Rider” by Willie Nelson (Ring of Honor) (2003), “Rockhouse” by Frank Shelley (WCW; used while a part of the New World Order (professional wrestling)) (1998), “Common Man Boogie” by Jimmy Hart and J.J. Maguire (WWE; 1989-1991, 2006 – June 11, 2015), “This Is Why (I Sing The Blues)” by Reckless Fortune (Extreme Championship Wrestling) (2000), “You Can’t Judge a book by the Cover” by Hank Williams Jr. (National Wrestling Alliance), “TNA Deliver EP” by Dale Oliver, “Old Time Rock and Roll” by Bob Seger (World Championship Wrestling) (1984, 1986), and “American Dream” by Freedom (NJPW) (1980-1982). Some of the signature moves employed by Dusty Rhodes included the Leaping clothesline, DDT (professional wrestling), Backhand chop, Sleeper hold, Bionic elbow, Multiple Punch and Slap variations / combinations, Biting a cornered opponent’s forehead, Hair pull, Dropkick, Shoulder block, Diving crossbody, and Rotating vertical suplex.
Wrestlers’ income may vary depending on league, experience, and ranking. According to the league, the standard professional wrestler brings in almost $500,000 a year. But some get well into the 7 figures. In contrast, non-professional local wrestlers earn around $100-$1000 per match.
So what is Dusty Rhodes’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Dusty Rhodes’s net worth in 2018 is: $4 million