Sonjay Dutt is a professional wrestler. Sonjay Dutt was born on April 7, 1982, in Washington, D.C.. This page will examine Sonjay Dutt’s total career net worth.
Sonjay Dutt’s nicknames have included “The Mamu”, “The Guru”, “The American Monkey”, and “The Original Playa from the Himalayas”. In the ring, Sonjay Dutt was trained by Larry Sharpe (wrestler) . Billed from Mumbai; India; Bollywood, India Sonjay Dutt has had a surprising career in wrestling which debuted in 2000.
Some of the signature moves employed by Sonjay Dutt included the Frankensteiner, Indian Summer, Bombay Buster (Rotating vertical suplex and dropped into a Facebreaker knee smash), Bombay Boom (Pendulum Kick from out of the corner, as a counter to an oncoming opponent), Calcutta Cutta, Sprinkler Elbow, Tilt-a-whirl DDT Tornado DDT, and Bombay-Rana (Springboard hurricanrana Dragonrana). In terms of music, Sonjay Dutt has entered the ring to “Meltdown: The Music of TNA Wrestling Volume 2” by Dale Oliver (Impact Wrestling / Impact Wrestling; June 7, 2007 – November 6, 2015, August 12, 2015 – September 16, 2015, April 20, 2017 – present), “Mundian To Bach Ke” by Panjabi MC and Jay-Z (CZW; December 14, 2002 – July 10, 2010), “Addictive (song)” by Truth Hurts featuring Rakim, and “Rock the Fight” by Asoka.
Wrestlers’ income are chosen depending on league, experience, and skill. According to the WWE, the standard professional wrestler brings in nearly $500,000 a year. But some bring in more than $1 million. Separately, non-professional community wrestlers get only a few hundred dollars per match.