Brian Kendrick's Net Worth

Brian Kendrick's Net Worth

Facts of Brian Kendrick's Net Worth

Net worth$4 million
Date of Birth:1979 March 29
First NameBrian David
Last NameKendrick
NationalityAmerican
AkaThe Brian Kendrick
Age:41 years old
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 5 Feet 7 Inch

Brian Kendrick's Net Worth: $4 million

Brian David Kendrick, best known as Brian Kendrick is an American promoter and professional wrestler. He currently signed WWE and is performing on the Raw brand under the ring name "The Brian Kendrick". Everyone is keen to know about Brian Kendrick net worth and sources of income.

Kendrick started his professional career in the year 1999. It's been nearly two decades that he started his professional wrestling career. Stay with us to know about Brian Kendrick net worth and his sources of income.

How much is Brian Kendrick net worth?

Brian Kendrick moved to Texas to start his training at the NWA Southwest Wrestling school in 1999. Later, he also attended the Shawn Michaels Wrestling Academy where he was known by his ring name as Spanky.

He made his first debut on October 8, 1999, and started his professional wrestling career. Since then he is actively working in the field and is estimated to have earned a huge amount. According to sources, Brian Kendrick is estimated to have gathered around $4 million net worth throughout his career.

His salary is estimated to be around $123,000 per year. He collected such a huge amount through his professional wrestling career. Moreover, he currently owns and operates his own promotion "Brian Kendrick's Wrestling Pro Wrestling". So, being a promoter he might be earning thick cash.

Brian Kendrick Career

Kendrick started his professional career in the year 1999 in a match with American Dragon. In February 2000, Kendrick signed a deal with the World Wrestling Federation. He won his first Championship on September 22, 2000, by defeating American Dragon for the MCW Southern Light Heavyweight Championship.

He wrestled on the premier show of Ring of Honor on February 23, 2002, and won the match to grab the ROH contract. He wrestled in several promotions to compete in Pro Wrestling Zero-One. There he wrestled in the name of "Leonardo Spanky".

Kendrick signed the contract with WWE in late 2002 but he was not able to compete until he completed his time in the independent circuit. He made his debut on January 11, 2003, and continued to wear masks for several weeks under the different identity.He left WWE in early 2004 to return to Zero1.

After he returned to Zero1 under the ring name "Spanky", he quickly captured NWA International Lightweight Tag Championship. Later, he returned back to ROH and won the first ever Florida Rumble. He competed with James Gibson and the crowd chanted "SmackDown! Sucks" and "Welcome Back!".

In July 2005, Kendrick announced that he will be returning back to WWE. He returned during a live event broadcasted on August 22, 2005, where he lost in a Fatal Four-Way match for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship.

On August 6, 2009, Kendrick signed with Dragon Gate USA. His losing effort against Cima at Untouchable for the company was the highlight of the match. He made his debut in Family Wrestling Entertainment in March 2012 where he defeated Mike Benett.

On January 17, 2010, Kendrick returned to Total Nonstop Action Wrestling and was released from his contract with TNA on February 27, 2012. He made his surprise debut on June 18, 2011, for New Japan Pro Wrestling in Osaka.

Kendrick founded his own professional wrestling "Brian Kendrick's Wrestling Pro" in Bell Gardens, California. Since then he has been reported trying out for a role of a trainer at the WWE Performance Center.

Kendrick announced his participant in WWE's upcoming Cruiserweight Classic tournament on June 13, 2016. The tournament started on June 23 where he defeated Raul Mendoza in the first round match.