Rob Van Dam is a professional wrestler. Rob Van Dam was born on December 18, 1970, in Battle Creek, Michigan, United States. This page will examine Rob Van Dam’s total career net worth.
In the ring, Rob Van Dam was trained by Ed Farhat. Rob Van Dam’s nicknames have included “Mr. Total Nonstop Action Wrestling”, “One of a Kind”, “The Whole Fucking Show”, “The Whole Dam Show”, “Mr. Pay-Per-View”, “Money in the Bank ladder match”, “The Battle Creek Barbarian”, “Mr. WWE Raw/ECW (WWE)/WWE SmackDown Night”, and “RVD”. Rob Van Dam has had a surprising career which debuted in 1990.
Some of the signature moves employed by Rob Van Dam included the Plancha,, German suplex, Northern Lights suplex, Discus leg drop, Surfboard, sometimes while also applying a Dragon sleeper, Multiple Kick variations, Diving crossbody, sometimes while Springboard, Standing moonsault,, Lifting double underhook facebuster, Multiple Rolling Thunder variations, Turnbuckle thrust, Monkey flip to a standing or cornered opponent, Body scissors Roll-up, and Guillotine leg drop, sometimes while Slingshot leg drop. In terms of music, Rob Van Dam has entered the ring to “This Is Extreme” by Harry Slash and The Slashtones (ECW; 1997), “Walk (Pantera song)” by Pantera (ECW; 1997-1998), “Can You Dig It?” + “One of a Kind” by Jim Johnston, Booker T and Breaking Point (Used while teaming with Booker T), “Scoop it Up” (WCW; 1993), “ECW: Extreme Music” by Kilgore (Smudge) (ECW; 1998-2001), “The Whole Dam Show/Dam-Nation” by Jim Johnston (composer) (WWF; July 9, 2001 – January 3, 2002), “Poundcake” by Van Halen (ECW; 1996-1997), “WWF Forceable Entry” by Breaking Point (band) (WWF\E / Independent circuit; January 14, 2002 – June 3, 2007; December 10, 2007; January 25, 2009; July 14, 2013 – September 23, 2014; 2015 – present), “The Whole F’n Show!” by Kushinator (IGF/AWR/WSW/NJPW/TNA; March 2010-June 2013), and “Wail” by Jon Spencer Blues Explosion (ECW; 1997).
Wrestlers’ income may vary depending on league, experience, and success. According to the league, the average professional wrestler earns around $500,000 a year. But some bring in more than $1 million. On the other hand, non-professional community wrestlers get at most $100+ per match.
So what is Rob Van Dam’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Rob Van Dam’s net worth in 2018 is: $6 million