Scott Steiner Net Worth 2018: What is this wrestler worth?

Scott Steiner is a professional wrestler. Scott Steiner was born on July 29, 1962, in Bay City, Michigan. This page will examine Scott Steiner’s total career net worth.

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Scott Steiner Career, Earnings

Scott Steiner’s nicknames have included “Superstar”, “Freakzilla”, “White Thunder”, “The Man With The Largest Arms In The World”, “The Big Bad Booty Daddy”, “Big Poppa Pump”, and “The Genetic Freak”. Scott Steiner is the parent of 2, and is part of the Rick Steiner (brother). In the ring, Scott Steiner was trained by Dr. Jerry Graham Jr.. Billed from Detroit, Michigan Scott Steiner has had a prominent wrestling career which debuted in 1986.

Some of the signature moves employed by Scott Steiner included the Double underhook powerbomb, Super Fallaway slam, Multiple suplex variations, Inverted DDT, Elbow drop, with theatrics, and Steiner-Line (Clothesline). In terms of music, Scott Steiner has entered the ring to “Welcome to the Jungle” by Guns N’ Roses (WCW; June 25, 1989 – March 4, 1990 / Smokey Mountain Wrestling; October 7, 1993 – October 10, 1993 / Extreme Championship Wrestling; July 28, 1995 – September 23, 1995; used as a member of The Steiner Brothers), “Rockhouse” by Frank Shelley, “The Victors” (WWE; January 9, 1993 – May 1, 1994; used as a member of The Steiner Brothers), “Siren” by Dale Oliver (Impact Wrestling; March 25, 2006 – December 20, 2009, February 13, 2011 – November 6, 2011, May 25, 2017 – July 2, 2017), “The Best Is Yet to Come” by Nigel Jenkins (WCW; March 25, 1990 – November 8, 1990; used as a member of The Steiner Brothers), “The Main Event Mafia” by Dale Oliver, “Holla If Ya Hear Me” by Jim Johnston (composer) (WWE; December 6, 2002 – January 25, 2004), “Sirens” by Jimmy Hart & Howard Helm (WCW; May 22, 2000 – March 26, 2001 / World Wrestling All-Stars; December 1, 2001 – April 14, 2002), “Steinerlined!” by Chris W. James, “The Way of the Wizard” by Clem Clempson (New Japan Pro-Wrestling; May 31, 1991 – May 3, 1997; used as a member of The Steiner Brothers), “Immortal Theme” by Dale Oliver (TNA; June 30, 2011 – March 2012; used as a member of Immortal (professional wrestling)), “Steinerized” by D. Conort, M. Seitz and J. Papa, “Swamp Dog” by Castle Music (WCW; November 20, 1990 – September 20, 1992; used as a member of The Steiner Brothers), “Hot Stuff (Donna Summer song)” by Donna Summer, and “Kevin Nash/Wolfpac Theme” performed by C-Murder and composed by Jimmy Hart and H. Helm.

Scott Steiner Net Worth 2018

Wrestlers’ salaries vary widely depending on league, experience, and success. According to the league, the standard professional wrestler brings in around $500,000 a year. But some earn more than a million dollars. Separately, non-professional local wrestlers get around $1000 or less per match.

Scott Steiner net worth

Scott Steiner net worth: wrestling salary distribution

So what is Scott Steiner’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Scott Steiner’s net worth in 2018 is: $700,000