Road Dogg is a professional wrestler whose real name is Brian Girard James. Road Dogg was born on May 20, 1969, in Marietta, Georgia, United States. This page will examine Road Dogg’s total career net worth.Image Credit: Mshake3 at English Wikipedia
Road Dogg is the parent of 3. Road Dogg’s nicknames have included “The D O Double-G” (as The Road Dogg), “The Real Double J”, “The Trailer Park Gangsta”, “B-Jizzle”, and “The Road Dogg” (as The Roadie). Billed from Marietta, Georgia Road Dogg has had a prominent wrestling career . In the ring, Road Dogg was trained by Bob Armstrong.
In terms of music, Road Dogg has entered the ring to “Bad Jam” by Dale Oliver, “Track listing” by Jim Johnston, “Track listing” by Chris Warren (musician) (1998-1999, 2012; used while a part of D-Generation X), “Gettin’ Rowdy” by Brian James and Ron Killings, “Nobody Moves” by Dale Oliver, and “Track listing” performed by Brian James and composed by Jim Johnston (composer). Some of the signature moves employed by Road Dogg included the Powerbomb, Belly-to-back suplex, Shaky Knee Drop (Knee drop, with theatrics), sometimes used as a finisher, Leapfrog body guillotine, Hip toss, sometimes done repeatedly in succession, Sleeper hold, Shake, Rattle and Roll, DDT (professional wrestling), Texas piledriver, sometimes used as a finisher, and Big boot.
Wrestlers’ salaries may vary depending on league, experience, and skill. According to the WWE, the average professional wrestler brings in around $500,000 a year. But some bring in $1 million or more. Separately, non-professional community wrestlers earn only $100-$1000 per match.
So what is Road Dogg’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Road Dogg’s net worth in 2018 is: