Tatsumi Fujinami is a professional wrestler. Tatsumi Fujinami was born on December 28, 1953, in Kunisaki, Ōita, Japan. This page will examine Tatsumi Fujinami’s total career net worth.
Tatsumi Fujinami’s nicknames have included “The Dragon”, and “Honoo no Hiryū”. In the ring, Tatsumi Fujinami was trained by Karl Gotch, and Antonio Inoki. Tatsumi Fujinami has had a distinguished time wrestling which debuted in May 9, 1971. Tatsumi Fujinami married Kaori Fujinami, and is the parent of Leona Fujinami (son).
Some of the signature moves employed by Tatsumi Fujinami included the German suplex, Sitout powerbomb, Belly-to-back suplex, Cobra Twist (Abdominal stretch, sometimes to a Cradle), Double underhook DDT, Figure-four leglock, Front dropkick, Gory special, Diving knee drop, Enzuigiri, Gutwrench suplex, Diving crossbody, Dragon screw legwhip, Japanese Leg Roll Clutch (Gedo Clutch), Dragon Rocket (Suicide), Backslide, and Sharpshooter (professional wrestling). In terms of music, Tatsumi Fujinami has entered the ring to “Blue Eyed Soul” by Carl Douglas (1974-1977), “Macho Dragon (Instrumental)” by Tatsumi Fujinami (1985-1987), “Rock Me Dragon” by Naoya Matsuoka (1987), “Rising – Epilogue” by Osamu Suzuki (1990-present), “Star Wars Theme” by Meco (1977-1978), “Rising” by Osamu Suzuki (1988-1989), “Dragon Suplex” by Joe (1978-1985, 1987-1988, 1998-present), and “Super Dragon” (1997-1998).
Wrestlers’ earnings are set depending on league, experience, and ranking. According to the WWE, the standard professional wrestler brings home almost $500,000 a year. But some earn more than $1 million. On the other hand, non-professional part-time wrestlers get at most a few hundred dollars per match.
So what is Tatsumi Fujinami’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Tatsumi Fujinami’s net worth in 2018 is: