John Layfield is a professional wrestler. John Layfield was born on November 29, 1966, in Sweetwater, Texas,, United States. This page will examine John Layfield’s total career net worth.Image Credit: Megan Elice Meadows
John Layfield’s nicknames have included “Bradshaw”, “JBL”, “Big Texan”, “The Wrestling God”, and “Hawk”. Billed from Sweetwater, Texas as Bradshaw; New York City as John Layfield; Roscoe, Texas as Justin Bradshaw/Blackjack Bradshaw John Layfield has had a fascinating life in wrestling . In the ring, John Layfield was trained by Black Bart (wrestler).
In terms of music, John Layfield has entered the ring to “Cotton Eye Joe (Rednex song)” by Rednex, “Follower” by Jim Johnston (WWF; used while teaming with Faarooq as the Acolytes), “Longhorn” by Jim Johnston, “Liturgical Rites” by Jim Johnston (composer) (WWE; used while Acolytes Protection Agency Ron Simmons as the Acolytes), “Protection” by Jim Johnston, and “Born in the U.S.A. (song)” by Bruce Springsteen. Some of the signature moves employed by John Layfield included the Big boot, Last Call (Fallaway slam, sometimes from the Super), Argentine backbreaker rack, Eye poke, DDT (professional wrestling), Elbow drop, Abdominal stretch, Swinging neckbreaker, and Bear hug.
Wrestlers’ salaries are chosen depending on league, experience, and skill. According to statistics, the standard professional wrestler brings in around $500,000 a year. But some earn more than a million dollars. Separately, non-professional part-time wrestlers earn at most a few hundred dollars per match.
So what is John Layfield’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for John Layfield’s net worth in 2018 is: $14 million