Mike Quackenbush is a professional wrestler. Mike Quackenbush was born on March 18, 1976, in West Lawn, Pennsylvania, United States. This page will examine Mike Quackenbush’s total career net worth.Image Credit: Mjames987776
In the ring, Mike Quackenbush was trained by Ace Darling. Billed from West Lawn, Pennsylvania, United States Mike Quackenbush has had a significant life in wrestling which debuted in May 20, 1994. Mike Quackenbush’s nicknames have included “The Master of a Thousand Holds”, and “Lightning”.
Some of the signature moves employed by Mike Quackenbush included the Quackensmash (Springboard Corkscrew Senton), Jig ‘n’ Tonic (Back-to-belly piledriver), Black Tornado Slam (Samoan drop, sometimes preceded by Airplane spin), Chain Lightning (Double jump moonsault), Tail of the Dragon (Springboard Tornado DDT), Alligator Clutch (Rana), High-angle senton bomb, Knee drop, Déjà Vu DDT (Tilt-a-whirl DDT), Sitout powerbomb Double underhook powerbomb,, Inazuma Suplex Special (Vertical suplex followed by a brainbuster), La Quackica (Tilt-a-whirl Headscissors takedown transitioned into a Armbar takedown floated over into a Fujiwara armbar), Inazuma Suplex Special II (Vertical suplex followed by a Double underhook DDT), Monkey flip, Tiger Driver ’91 (Double underhook powerbomb Ganso bomb), Bulldog,, Quacken-Rana (Reverse frankensteiner), and Palm strike. In terms of music, Mike Quackenbush has entered the ring to “Just A Hero” by Michinoku Pro Wrestling, “Heat of the Battle” by Stan Bush, and “Break It Down Again” by Tears for Fears.
Wrestlers’ salaries may vary depending on league, experience, and ranking. According to the WWE, the common professional wrestler brings home about $500,000 a year. But some earn more than a million dollars. Meanwhile, non-professional part-time wrestlers get at most $1000 or less per match.
So what is Mike Quackenbush’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Mike Quackenbush’s net worth in 2018 is: