Barry Clinton Windham's Net Worth
Facts of Barry Clinton Windham's Net Worth
|Date of Birth:||1960 July 4|
|First Name||Barry Clinton|
|Aka||The Stalker, Barry Windham|
|Age:||59 years old|
|Height:||6 Feet 4 Inch|
Barry Clinton Windham's Net Worth:$850,000
Barry Clinton Windham, professionally known as Barry Windham is the son of wrestler Blackjack Mulligan. He made his debut in 1979 and now everyone is wondering about his net worth.
Just like his father, he is also a professional wrestler who is best known for his appearances with World Championship Wrestling and National Wrestling Alliance. Today, let's dig into to know Windham's net worth and more about him.
How much is Barry Windham's net worth?
As we previously indicated that Windham started his professional career in the year 1979 and now it's almost four decades that he is active in the field. No doubt, he collected a huge amount and his net worth is high as hell.
Actually, Windham has not revealed the exact figure of his net worth. According to some sources, he is estimated to have around $850,000 net worth. Even though his net worth is estimated to be around $850,000 it looks like he has a huge amount which is proven by his appearances.
Since he has been involved in wrestling, obviously he earned such a huge amount being a professional wrestler. His involvement in TV commercials and sponsors might have helped him to make extra bucks and made his net worth higher.
Barry Windham Career
Windham started his professional wrestling career on November 27, 1979, in San Angelo Texas at the age of 19 against J.J Dillon. He was actually trained by his father Blackjack Mulligan. Soon after he became fans favorite and had great success in singles and tag action.
World Wrestling Federation signed Windham and Rotunda in October 1984. They started their career in WWF on November 17, 1984, and ended in 1985. After WWF, Rotunda and Windham wrestled at WrestleRock 86 where they were able to defeat The Fabulous Ones.
In 1986, he shifted to NWA's Jim Crockett Promotions and had many memorable matches with Ric Flair. He then formed a successful pairing with Ron Garvin and won the U.S tag team championship but later lost them in 1987.
In 1988, he teamed up with Lex Luger to form "The Twin Towers" to win the NWA World Tag Team Championship from Tully Blanchard and Arn Anderson. But Windham betrayed Luger causing them to lose the title. His contract in Four Horsemen expired in March 1989.
He then returned to the WWF in June 1989 as the WIdowmaker and later in 1990, he rejoined Four Horsemen and face turn. For the second time, he returned to the WWF in 1996 as "The Stalker" wearing camouflage face paint.
On October 28, 2011, Barry suffered from heart attract and was taken into intensive care in Florida. However, he recovered from such tragic and appeared at the 2012 WWE Hall of Dame with J.J Dillon, Rich Flair, Tully Blanchard and Arn Anderson as The Four Horsemen.