Tyler Reks is a professional wrestler whose real name is Gabriel Allan Tuft. Tyler Reks was born on November 1, 1978, in San Francisco, California, United States. This page will examine Tyler Reks’s total career net worth.
Billed from Parts Unknown (wrestling); Laguna Beach, California Tyler Reks has had a fascinating career which debuted in February 2007 and which ended in 2014. Tyler Reks’s nicknames have included “T. Reks”, “The X-Factor”, and “The Dreadlocked Demolition Man”. Tyler Reks is the parent of 1. In the ring, Tyler Reks was trained by Mike Bell (wrestler).
Some of the signature moves employed by Tyler Reks included the Big boot, Diving crossbody, Stinger splash, Shoulder block, Flapjack, Elevated gutbuster, Multiple suplex variations, Sliding forearm smash Punch to the opponent’s midsection, Clothesline, Powerslam, Reverse STO, sometimes Snake Eyes, Dropkick, Forearm club, and Elbow drop. In terms of music, Tyler Reks has entered the ring to “One Two Three” (Underscore) by Holter Weerts (WWE; 2010 – 2011), “Track listing” by Disciple (band) (WWE; September 8, 2011 – August 2012; Used while teaming with Curt Hawkins), “Single releases” by Jim Johnston (composer), and “Hang Ten” by Non-Stop Music.
Wrestlers’ payments are set depending on league, experience, and ranking. According to the league, the median professional wrestler brings in about $500,000 a year. But some earn $1,000,000+. Meanwhile, non-professional part-time wrestlers earn only $100-$1000 per match.
So what is Tyler Reks’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Tyler Reks’s net worth in 2018 is: $7 million