Steve Corino is a professional wrestler whose real name is Steven Eugene Corino. Steve Corino was born in Winnipeg, Canada. This page will examine Steve Corino’s total career net worth.Image Credit: John Jewell
Steve Corino is the parent of 2, and is part of the Allison Danger (sister); Ares (wrestler) (brother in-law). Billed from Sea Isle City, New Jersey Steve Corino has had a significant career in wrestling which debuted in April 6, 1994. Steve Corino’s nicknames have included “The Extreme Horseman”, “The Best Independent Wrestler in the World”, “The King of Kings”, “The F’n God of Professional Wrestling”, “The Trouble King”, “The 4-5-6 Kid”, and “The King of Old School”.
In terms of music, Steve Corino has entered the ring to “Dirty Angel” by Voodoo Johnson (Ring of Honor), “Track listing” by Scooter (band), “Redemption” by Blue Smock Nancy (Ring of Honor), “Come with Me (Puff Daddy song)” by Sean Combs featuring Jimmy Page, “Connection (Elastica song)” by Elastica (Mid-Eastern Wrestling Federation / Independent Professional Wrestling Alliance), “Re-Birth [Welcome to the Pleasuredome [Into Battle Mix] Intro]” by Cody B. Ware & Rick Jimenez, “A Welcome Burden” by Disturbed (band) (ECW), and “The Old School Style” by Boner (ECW). Some of the signature moves employed by Steve Corino included the Scoop brainbuster, Enzuigiri, Lariat, Colbykaze, Roll The Dice (Rolling cutter), Thumb in the Bum (Thumb in the bum, usually while performing an Abdominal stretch), Cobra clutch, Northern Lights suplex,, Colby Shock (Hammerlock Reverse STO), Corino Driver (Sitout rear mat slam), and STO.
Wrestlers’ salaries may vary depending on league, experience, and skill. According to the league, the median professional wrestler makes nearly $500,000 a year. But some get $1 million or more. On the other hand, non-professional part-time wrestlers make only $100+ per match.
So what is Steve Corino’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Steve Corino’s net worth in 2018 is: