Sabu is a professional wrestler. Sabu was born on December 12, 1964, in Staten Island, New York, New York (state), United States. This page will examine Sabu’s total career net worth.
Billed from Saudi Arabia; Mumbai, India; “Bombay, Michigan” Sabu has had a prominent career which debuted in 1985. Sabu’s nicknames have included “The Homicidal, Suicidal, Genocidal….Death-Defying Maniac”, “The Human Highlight Reel”, “The Crazed Kamikaze”, “The Modern Day Kamikaze”, “Harry Houdini of Hardcore”, “The Arabian Machine of Destruction”, and “Extreme Championship Wrestling Evel Knievel”. In the ring, Sabu was trained by Ed Farhat.
Some of the signature moves employed by Sabu included the Somersault Plancha, Arabian Clutch (Camel clutch), Air Sabu (Spinning heel kick, with the assistance of a steel chair), Multiple moonsault variations, Springboard into either a Leg lariat or a Tornado DDT, Arabian Facebuster (Leg drop, Diving leg drop or a Somersault leg drop, driving a Chair shot into the face of the opponent), Arabian Skullcrusher (Leg drop, Diving leg drop or a Somersault leg drop, driving a Chair shot into the back of the opponent’s head, usually through a table), Plancha, and Diving leg drop. In terms of music, Sabu has entered the ring to “Track listing” by Fight (band), “Carpet Ride (Intro Cut)” by Dale Oliver (TNA), “Hookah Blues” by Harry Slash & The Slashtones (ECW/WWE), “Main Title” by John Williams (from Jaws (film)), “Parental Advisory: Explicit Acts” by WCW Music Library (WCW), “Carpet Ride” by Dale Oliver (TNA), “Supagorgonizer” by Iron Monkey (band), “Conception” by Cairo (NJPW), “This is Extreme” by Harry Slash & The Slashtones (WWE; 1997), “Hailey’s Cry” by Dale Oliver (TNA), and “Walk (Pantera song)” by Kilgore (Smudge) (ECW; used Sabu and Rob Van Dam Rob Van Dam).
Wrestlers’ payments are chosen depending on league, experience, and promotional ability. According to the league, the average professional wrestler brings home about $500,000 a year. But some bring in more than a million dollars. Meanwhile, non-professional community wrestlers get at most a few hundred dollars per match.
So what is Sabu’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Sabu’s net worth in 2018 is: