Viscera is a professional wrestler whose real name is Nelson Lee Frazier Jr.. Viscera was born on February 14, 1971, in Goldsboro, North Carolina, United States. Viscera died of Myocardial infarction, on February 18, 2014, in Harlem, United States. This page will examine Viscera’s total career net worth.
Billed from Harlem; New York City Viscera has had a significant time wrestling which debuted in 1993 and which ended in 2013. Viscera’s nicknames have included “The Quarter Ton Titan”, “The Mastodon”, “Big Vis”, and “The World’s Largest Love Machine”. Viscera married Cassandra Frazier; (m. ?-2014; his death).
Some of the signature moves employed by Viscera included the Body avalanche, Forehand chop to a cornered opponent’s chest, Viscagra (Amateur wrestling), and Spinning heel kick, as a counter to an oncoming opponent. In terms of music, Viscera has entered the ring to “The Lyin’ King” by Jim Johnston (WWF; 1995-1996), “Advance of the Zombies” by Bruton (WWE; 2004), “Another Way Out” by Jim Johnston (WWE; 2004-2005), “Blood” by Jim Johnston (WWE; Used while teaming with Gangrel (wrestler)), “Follower” by Jim Johnston (WWF; 1999), “Gut Punch” by Jim Johnston (WWE / All Japan Pro Wrestling; 2005-2007, 2009-2012), “Stayin’ Alive” by N-Trance (Extreme Championship Wrestling; 1998), “Calling All Cars” by Jim Johnston (WWE / AJPW / Independent circuit; 2007-2008, 2011-2012), “Hello Ladies” by Jim Johnston (WWE; Used while teaming with Sean Morley), “Big Vis” by Jim Johnston (WWF; 1999-2000), and “Men on a Mission” by Jim Johnston (composer) (WWE; 1993-1995).
Wrestlers’ income are chosen depending on league, experience, and promotional ability. According to the WWE, the common professional wrestler makes almost $500,000 a year. But some get more than $1 million. Meanwhile, non-professional community wrestlers make around $1000 or less per match.
So what is Viscera’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Viscera’s net worth in 2018 is: $18 million