Terry Gordy is a professional wrestler whose real name is Terry Ray Gordy. Terry Gordy was born on April 23, 1961, in Chattanooga, Tennessee, United States. Terry Gordy died of Heart attack, on July 16, 2001, in Soddy-Daisy, Tennessee, United States. This page will examine Terry Gordy’s total career net worth.
Terry Gordy is the parent of 3; including Ray Gordy, and is part of the Richard Slinger (nephew). Billed from “Badstreet U.S.A.”; Chattanooga, Tennessee Terry Gordy has had a surprising career which debuted in 1975 and which ended in 1998. Terry Gordy’s nicknames have included “Original Powerbomb”, “Ningen Gyorai” (Japanese language for “Human Torpedo”), and “Bam Bam”. In the ring, Terry Gordy was trained by Archie Gouldie.
In terms of music, Terry Gordy has entered the ring to “Piece Of Me” by Skid Row (American band), “I Love It Loud” by Kiss (band), “Black Phantom” by Jim Johnston (composer), “Badstreet USA” by Michael Hayes (wrestler) and The Backstreet Band, “Looks That kill” by Motley Crue (UWF Herb Abrams), “Lovin’ Every Minute Of It” by Loverboy (band), and “Free Bird” by Lynyrd Skynyrd. Some of the signature moves employed by Terry Gordy included the STF, DDT (professional wrestling), Samoan drop, Running leg drop, Torpedo Lariat (Lariat), Texas piledriver, Dropkick, Big boot, Front powerslam, and Oriental Spike (Thumb choke hold).
Wrestlers’ payments vary widely depending on league, experience, and ranking. According to the WWE, the average professional wrestler earns nearly $500,000 a year. But some get more than a million dollars. Separately, non-professional part-time wrestlers earn at most $1000 or less per match.
So what is Terry Gordy’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Terry Gordy’s net worth in 2018 is: