Jinder Mahal is a professional wrestler. Jinder Mahal was born on July 19, 1986, in Calgary, Canada. This page will examine Jinder Mahal’s total career net worth.Image Credit: Megan Elice Meadows
Jinder Mahal has had a distinguished wrestling career . In the ring, Jinder Mahal was trained by Allen Coage. Jinder Mahal’s nicknames have included “The Man of Peace”, “The Enlightened One”, “The New American Dream”, and “The (Modern Day) Maharaja”.
In terms of music, Jinder Mahal has entered the ring to “More Than One Man” by Jim Johnston featuring TB5 (WWE; October 25, 2012 – June 12, 2014, August 1, 2016; used while a part of 3MB), “Panga Paijave” by Diljit Singh (IGF), “One Man Band” by Jim Johnston (WWE; September 21, 2012 – October 19, 2012; used while a part of 3MB), “Main Yash Hun” by Jim Johnston (composer) (WWE; April 29, 2011 – October 19, 2012), and “Sher (Lion)” by Jim Johnston featuring Ali Kaz (WWE; August 15, 2016 – present). Some of the signature moves employed by Jinder Mahal included the Neckbreaker, Fireman’s carry gutbuster, DDT, Chinlock, Side kick, Back and torso stretches, Short-arm clothesline, High knee, Waist lock, Hangman, Knee lift, Figure-four leglock, Low dropkick, Samoan drop, Scoop, Superplex, Knee drop, Double underhook suplex, and Reverse STO.
Wrestlers’ income are chosen depending on league, experience, and promotional ability. According to the WWE, the median professional wrestler makes about $500,000 a year. But some bring in more than $1 million. Meanwhile, non-professional community wrestlers get about $100-$1000 per match.
So what is Jinder Mahal’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Jinder Mahal’s net worth in 2018 is: $300,000