John Laurinaitis is a professional wrestler whose real name is John Hodger Laurinaitis. John Laurinaitis was born on July 31, 1962, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This page will examine John Laurinaitis’s total career net worth.
In the ring, John Laurinaitis was trained by Nelson Royal. John Laurinaitis is part of the Nikki Bella (step-daughter); Brie Bella (step-daughter); J.J. Garcia (step-son); Daniel Bryan (step-son-in-law); Birdie Danielson (step-granddaughter); Road Warrior Animal (brother). Billed from San Bernardino, California; “The City of Sunshine” (as part of The Dynamic Dudes) John Laurinaitis has had a significant life in wrestling which debuted in 1986. John Laurinaitis’s nicknames have included “Big Johnny”, “John Laryngitis” (because of his raspy voice) (coined by Santino Marella), and “Mr. Excitement”.
In terms of music, John Laurinaitis has entered the ring to “Fanfare to the Rule” by [[Jim Johnston (composer) Some of the signature moves employed by John Laurinaitis included the Cobra clutch suplex, Powerbomb, Repeating Lariat to a cornered opponent, Big boot, and Lifting DDT.
Wrestlers’ income are set depending on league, experience, and ranking. According to the league, the common professional wrestler gets around $500,000 a year. But some make $1,000,000+. Meanwhile, non-professional community wrestlers get about a few hundred dollars per match.
So what is John Laurinaitis’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for John Laurinaitis’s net worth in 2018 is: $7 million