The Honky Tonk Man is a professional wrestler whose real name is Roy Wayne Farris. The Honky Tonk Man was born on January 25, 1953, in Bolivar, Tennessee, United States. This page will examine The Honky Tonk Man’s total career net worth.
In the ring, The Honky Tonk Man was trained by Herb Welch. Billed from Memphis, Tennessee The Honky Tonk Man has had a fascinating career which debuted in 1977. The Honky Tonk Man is the parent of 2, and is part of the Jerry Lawler (first cousin); Brian Christopher (first cousin, once removed).
In terms of music, The Honky Tonk Man has entered the ring to “Piledriver: The Wrestling Album 2” by Honky Tonk Man (WWF/WWE; 1987-1990, 1997-1998, 2001, 2008, 2013), “Hunka, Hunka Honky Love” by Jimmy Hart and J.J. Maguire (WWF; 1990), “That’s All Right, Honky Tonk Mama” by Jim Johnston (WWF; 1986-1987), and “Honky Dog Baby” by Jimmy Hart (WCW). Some of the signature moves employed by The Honky Tonk Man included the Snapmare, Toe kick, Elbow drop, Elbow smash, Eye rake the opponent eyes, Scoop slam, Fist drop, often from the Diving fist drop, Turnbuckle flip evasion, landing on the apron, Pummeling the opponent’s head against the turnbuckle, Double axe handle, and Belly-to-back piledriver.
Wrestlers’ payments are chosen depending on league, experience, and skill. According to the WWE, the standard professional wrestler earns almost $500,000 a year. But some bring in more than $1 million. Separately, non-professional community wrestlers make about a few hundred dollars per match.
So what is The Honky Tonk Man’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for The Honky Tonk Man’s net worth in 2018 is: $3 million