Epico Colón is a professional wrestler. Epico Colón was born on March 24, 1982, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico. This page will examine Epico Colón’s total career net worth.
In the ring, Epico Colón was trained by Carlos Colón Sr., and Dan Severn. Epico Colón is part of the Carlos Colón, Sr. (uncle); Primo (wrestler) (cousin); Carly Colón (cousin). Epico Colón has had a interesting wrestling career which debuted in 2005.
Some of the signature moves employed by Epico Colón included the Gory special, Monkey flip, Diving clothesline, Double underhook suplex dropped into a Double knee facebreaker, Slingshot Senton, Hurricanrana, Belly-to-back suplex, Tripleta (Belly-to-back suplex followed by a German suplex followed by a brainbuster), Dropkick, Springboard Tornado DDT, Flying forearm smash, Slingshot Elbow drop, and Swinging neckbreaker. In terms of music, Epico Colón has entered the ring to “Primos” by CFO$ (April 18, 2017 – present; used while teaming with Primo), “Wrong Time (A)” (November 4, 2011), “Shining Star” by CFO$ (May 16, 2016 – April 18, 2017; used while teaming with Primo), “Let Battle Commence” by Daniel Nielsen (Florida Championship Wrestling; 2011; Used while a part of The Ascension (professional wrestling)), “Barcode” by Jack Elliot (November 17, 2011 – June 28, 2012; used while The Shining Stars (wrestling) Primo (wrestler)), “Enchanted Isle” by Jim Johnston (composer) (July 13, 2012 – January 9, 2013; used while teaming with Primo), and “Olé Olé” by Jim Johnston (September 30, 2013 – September 8, 2015; used while teaming with Diego).
Wrestlers’ salaries are chosen depending on league, experience, and skill. According to the league, the average professional wrestler gets around $500,000 a year. But some get well into the 7 figures. In contrast, non-professional local wrestlers make about $100+ per match.
So what is Epico Colón’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Epico Colón’s net worth in 2018 is: