Ron Killings is a professional wrestler. Ron Killings was born on January 19, 1972, in Atlanta, Georgia (U.S. state), United States. This page will examine Ron Killings’s total career net worth.Image Credit: Miguel Discart
In the ring, Ron Killings was trained by Manny Fernandez (wrestler). Ron Killings is the parent of 5. Billed from Charlotte, North Carolina Ron Killings has had a distinguished career which debuted in March 15, 1997. Ron Killings’s nicknames have included “King What’s Up”, “The Conspiracy Theorist”, “The Truth”, “R-Trizzle”, and “The Suntan Superman”.
In terms of music, Ron Killings has entered the ring to “Right Time” by Ron Killings, “What’s Up?” performed by Ron Killings and remixed by Jim Johnston (composer), “Awesome Truth” by Jim Johnston, “Gettin’ Rowdy” by Road Dogg and Ron Killings, “What’s Up?” by Ron Killings, “What’s Up? (The Golden Truth Remix)” by Ron Killings (WWE; October 10, 2016 – May 15, 2017; used while teaming with Goldust), “Rowdy” by Ron Killings, “Toma (song)” by Pitbull (rapper) featuring Lil Jon, and “He’s Back” by Dale Oliver. Some of the signature moves employed by Ron Killings included the Flying Jalapeño (Corkscrew Flying forearm smash), Vertical suplex stunner, Corkscrew Leg lariat, Leg drop, with theatrics, Sitout reverse suplex slam, Reverse STO, Spinebuster, Scoop powerslam, Dropkick,, Headscissors takedown, and Hurricanrana,.
Wrestlers’ payments may vary depending on league, experience, and ranking. According to statistics, the standard professional wrestler makes nearly $500,000 a year. But some make $1 million or more. In contrast, non-professional part-time wrestlers get around a few hundred dollars per match.
So what is Ron Killings’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Ron Killings’s net worth in 2018 is: