Sgt. Slaughter is a professional wrestler whose real name is Robert Remus. Sgt. Slaughter was born on August 27, 1948, in Detroit, United States. This page will examine Sgt. Slaughter’s total career net worth.
Billed from Parris Island, South Carolina Sgt. Slaughter has had a prominent wrestling career which debuted in 1972 and which ended in March 29, 2014. In the ring, Sgt. Slaughter was trained by Verne Gagne.
In terms of music, Sgt. Slaughter has entered the ring to “Hard Corps” by Jim Johnston (composer) (WWF/E), “Triangle Of Terror” by Jim Johnston and composed by Jimmy Hart and J.J. Maguire (1990-1991) – used with Adnan Al-Kaissie and The Iron Sheik., “Medal” by Jim Johnston (WWF), and “Marines’ Hymn” (early career). Some of the signature moves employed by Sgt. Slaughter included the Gutbuster, Short-arm clothesline, Elbow drop, Belly-to-back piledriver, Lateral Knee strikes to a charging opponent, Forearm smash to an opponent at the ropes, Forehand chop to a cornered opponent’s chest or back, Reverse suplex slam, Handstand Knee drop, Slaughter Cannon (Lariat, sometimes from the Flying clothesline), Multiple Less common strategies followed by a big swinging Punches, Throat thrust, Stomp, and Scoop slam.
Wrestlers’ income are chosen depending on league, experience, and promotional ability. According to statistics, the common professional wrestler brings home nearly $500,000 a year. But some make $1,000,000+. Meanwhile, non-professional local wrestlers make about $100-$1000 per match.
So what is Sgt. Slaughter’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Sgt. Slaughter’s net worth in 2018 is: $200,000