Goldust is a professional wrestler. Goldust was born on April 11, 1969, in Austin, Texas, United States. This page will examine Goldust’s total career net worth.Image Credit: Miguel Discart
Goldust is the parent of 1, and is part of the Dusty Rhodes (wrestler) (father); Cody Rhodes (half-brother); Brandi Rhodes (sister-in-law). In the ring, Goldust was trained by Dusty Rhodes (wrestler). Goldust’s nicknames have included As Dustin Rhodes, and As Goldust. Goldust has had a prominent time wrestling which debuted in September 13, 1988.
Some of the signature moves employed by Goldust included the Oscar (Sitout rear mat slam), Dropping down and uppercutting the opponent,, Hip attack, as a counter to an oncoming opponent, Diving hurricanrana, Director’s Cut, Cannonball Senton bomb to the outside of the ring, Clothesline, Springboard Back elbow, Sunset flip powerbomb, Inverted atomic drop,, Stunner (professional wrestling), Sidewalk slam, Scoop powerslam, Diving crossbody, Bionic elbow, Bulldog,, and Spinebuster. In terms of music, Goldust has entered the ring to “Deviant” by Jim Johnston, “Common Man Boogie” by Jimmy Hart and J.J. Helm (WWF, February 23, 1998; WWE, Battleground (2013)), “Burning Wind” by Takayuki Hijikata (AJPW; 1990), “Goldust” by Jim Johnston, “The Natural” by D. Conort, M. Seitz and J. Papa, “Who Dares Wins” by Adam Marshall (WCW; 1991-1992), “Golden” by Jim Johnston, “Gold and Smoke” by Jim Johnston (WWE; used while Cody Rhodes and Goldust Cody Rhodes), “What’s Up? (The Golden Truth Remix) by Ron Killings (WWE; used while teaming with R-Truth), “Drop Dead Legs” by Van Halen (PWF; 1988-1990), “Black Reign” by Dale Oliver, “Gold-Lust” by Jim Johnston, “Dustin Runnels” by Jim Johnston (composer), and “Written in the Stars” (“Gold-Lust” Intro) by Jim Johnston (WWE; used while teaming with Cody Rhodes).
Wrestlers’ income may vary depending on league, experience, and promotional ability. According to statistics, the median professional wrestler makes nearly $500,000 a year. But some earn $1 million or more. In contrast, non-professional part-time wrestlers earn at most $1000 or less per match.
So what is Goldust’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Goldust’s net worth in 2018 is: $12 million