Kevin Sullivan is a professional wrestler whose real name is Kevin Francis Sullivan. Kevin Sullivan was born on October 26, 1949, in Cambridge, Massachusetts. This page will examine Kevin Sullivan’s total career net worth.
Kevin Sullivan has had a prominent time wrestling which debuted in October 1970.
Some of the signature moves employed by Kevin Sullivan included the Tree of Woe, Diving knee drop, Golden Spike (Thumb choke hold), Shoulderbreaker, and Fireball. In terms of music, Kevin Sullivan has entered the ring to “Thriller (song)” by Michael Jackson (CWF), “The Twilight Zone (1959 TV series) (Main Title)” by Marius Constant (CWF), “Red Hot” by Mötley Crüe (Championship Wrestling from Florida), “Mr. Touchdown USA – Michigan Wolverines” by The University of Michigan Marching Band (National Wrestling Alliance 1987-1989; World Championship Wrestling 1999-2000; used as a member of The Varsity Club), “Ave Satani” by Jerry Goldsmith (Smoky Mountain Wrestling; 1992-1994), “Nobody’s Home” by Deep Purple (International World Class Championship Wrestling), “Black Sabbath (song)” by Black Sabbath (Extreme Championship Wrestling; 1993-1994), “Dungeon of Doom Theme/Faces of Fear” by Jimmy Hart & Howard Helm (WCW; 1995-1997; used as a member of The Dungeon of Doom), and “Gets Us All In The End” by Jeff Beck (CWF).
Wrestlers’ income are chosen depending on league, experience, and skill. According to statistics, the average professional wrestler makes nearly $500,000 a year. But some make well into the 7 figures. Separately, non-professional local wrestlers earn around a few hundred dollars per match.
So what is Kevin Sullivan’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Kevin Sullivan’s net worth in 2018 is: $24 million