Jimmy Jacobs is a professional wrestler. Jimmy Jacobs was born on February 17, 1984, in Grand Rapids, Michigan, U.S.. This page will examine Jimmy Jacobs’s total career net worth.Image Credit: Anton
In the ring, Jimmy Jacobs was trained by Joe Ortega. Billed from Grand Rapids, Michigan; Parts Unknown (wrestling); Goof City; The Dark Side of a Broken Heart Jimmy Jacobs has had a distinguished life in wrestling which debuted in May 1, 1999. Jimmy Jacobs’s nicknames have included “The Red Bull Kid”, “The Big Unit”, “Mr. Undercard”, “Jumpin’ Jimmy”, “The/Zombie Princess”, “The Big Bully”, “Bulging Bohemoth”, “Unprofessional”, “The Freight Train”, “The Emo Warrior”, “The Jumping Jack Mon of War”, and “Pogo Goof”.
In terms of music, Jimmy Jacobs has entered the ring to “The Touch (Stan Bush song)” by Stan Bush, “Goodbye Horses” by Q Lazzarus, “Rising Tide” by Kenny Wootton and Harley Wootton, and “The Haunted” by Walls of Jericho (band). Some of the signature moves employed by Jimmy Jacobs included the Tilt-a-whirl headscissors takedown, Spear, Cutter (professional wrestling),, Berzerker Drop (Inverted double underhook facebuster), Camel clutch, Diving neckbreaker, Figure-four leglock, Neckbreaker slam, Big boot, and Repeated Diving stomp to a grounded opponent.
Wrestlers’ income are set depending on league, experience, and ranking. According to statistics, the average professional wrestler makes nearly $500,000 a year. But some bring in $1,000,000+. Separately, non-professional community wrestlers get around $1000 or less per match.
So what is Jimmy Jacobs’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Jimmy Jacobs’s net worth in 2018 is: