Sean Waltman Net Worth 2018: What is this wrestler worth?

Sean Waltman is a professional wrestler whose real name is Sean Michael Waltman. Sean Waltman was born on July 13, 1972, in Minneapolis,, United States. This page will examine Sean Waltman’s total career net worth.

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Sean Waltman Career, Earnings

Billed from Minneapolis, Minnesota Sean Waltman has had a surprising career . Sean Waltman is the parent of 2. In the ring, Sean Waltman was trained by Eddie Sharkey.

In terms of music, Sean Waltman has entered the ring to “Don’t Cry” by Asia (band) (Universal Lucha Libre; 1991-1992), “The Kings” by Run-D.M.C. (WWF; 2000; Used while a part of D-Generation X), “Rockhouse” by Frank Shelley (WCW / WWF/E; 1996-1997, 2002, 2015; Used while a part of the New World Order (professional wrestling)), “1-2-3” by Jim Johnston (composer) (WWF; 1993-1996), “We’re Going to Chesterfield (Instrumental)” by The Sean Waltman Neo-Soul Experience (Independent circuit; 2005-2009), “What ‘Chu Lookin’ At?” by Uncle Kracker (WWF; 2001; Used while a part of X-Factor (professional wrestling)), “Make Some Noise” by Chris Warren and Jim Johnston (WWF; 1998-2001), “One Last Time” by The Deadites (Chikara (professional wrestling)), “Break it Down” by Chris Warren (musician) (WWF/E / Lucha Libre AAA World Wide; 1998-2000, 2007-2008, 2011-present; Used while a part of D-Generation X), “Wolfpac Theme (Instrumental)” by Jimmy Hart (TNA; 2010), “Tear It Up” by PowerHouse Music Library (WCW; 1996-1997; Used while part of the New World Order), “The Band Theme” by Dale Oliver (Total Nonstop Action Wrestling; 2010), and “Break it Down (V2)” by Chris Warren (musician) and Jim Johnston (WWF; used while a part of D-Generation X; 2000). Some of the signature moves employed by Sean Waltman included the Roundhouse kick, Spinning heel kick, Bronco buster, Single leg Boston crab, Moonsault, and Running leg drop.

Sean Waltman Net Worth 2018

Wrestlers’ payments are set depending on league, experience, and promotional ability. According to the WWE, the common professional wrestler brings in nearly $500,000 a year. But some earn $1,000,000+. On the other hand, non-professional community wrestlers get about $100-$1000 per match.

Sean Waltman net worth

Sean Waltman net worth: wrestling salary distribution

So what is Sean Waltman’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Sean Waltman’s net worth in 2018 is: $400,000