Stacy Carter is a professional wrestler whose real name is Stacy Lee Carter. Stacy Carter was born on September 29, 1970, in Memphis, Tennessee. This page will examine Stacy Carter’s total career net worth.
Stacy Carter’s nicknames have included “The Kat. Stacy Carter has had a surprising career which debuted in August 1999. In the ring, Stacy Carter was trained by Terry Golden, Triple H, Al Snow, and Ivory (wrestler).
In terms of music, Stacy Carter has entered the ring to “Who I Am” by Jim Johnston (WWF, used while managing Chyna), “Too Much Mustard” by Beamish (WWF), “Tennessee Jam” by Jim Johnston (WWF, used while managing Jeff Jarrett), and “Fundamental” by Jim Johnston (composer) (WWE). Some of the signature moves employed by Stacy Carter included the Hairpull whip, Suplex, Scoop powerslam, Kat Flip (Monkey flip), Spear, One-handed bulldog, and Schoolboy.
Wrestlers’ payments may vary depending on league, experience, and success. According to the league, the median professional wrestler gets almost $500,000 a year. But some earn more than a million dollars. Separately, non-professional community wrestlers earn only $100-$1000 per match.
So what is Stacy Carter’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Stacy Carter’s net worth in 2018 is: