Edward Harrison Leslie's Net Worth

Edward Harrison Leslie's Net Worth

Facts of Edward Harrison Leslie's Net Worth

Net worth$2 million
Date of Birth:1957 April 21
First NameEdward Harrison
Last NameLeslie
NationalityAmerican
AkaBrutus Beefcake
Age:60 years old
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 6 Feet 3 Inch

Edward Harrison Leslie's Net Worth

Edward Harrison Leslie famous as many for many ring names and best buddy of Hulk Hogan is one of the most controversial WWE superstars who always went in-between being a heroic Villain and a hero always confusing fans with his unpredictable decisions. The superstar reportedly holds a net worth of $2 million from his career with wrestling entertainment.

The barber started his wrestling career in the late-1970s as Terry Bollea aka Hollywood/Hulk Hogan. The Beefcake was affiliated with WWE, then WWF for nine long years starting 1984-1993. Other than being a sidekick of Hulk Hogan, he held the WWF Tag-Team Titles with Greg "The Hammer" as well.

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The main attraction of several sold out arenas and best one out there who could go toe to toe with anyone you offer gathered a lot of viewers and was one of the most audience grabbing characters of his time.

Famous The barber, he was given 17 different names while he was flying inside the ring. Flashy clothes and solid as iron personality, the handsome gentleman played every part given to him with grace and now lives with his wife Melissa Caruso and a daughter.

The Florida resident at one point of time was reportedly broke after facing a major ringside accident but as a real fighter, he went through hours of surgery and overcame the accident that he went through and carried on with his wrestling career to get to a point where he could set the record of highest ticket sells earning himself a sweet spot of $2millio worth.

The 60 years old athlete now looks back to his days and recalls that the 30 years he spent were the most memorable roller-coaster ride of his life.

What is he doing in recent days?

After going through a serious neck injury and again after a feud with Hulk Hogan in a Wrestlemania XI’s main event, he was badly injured and stepped away from wrestling world in 1990’s. And joined Planet Fitness in Tewksbury, Massachusetts in 2007 and is still working there as a general manager managing more than 50 staffs.

He in October of 2002 showed an interest in building up a pro-wrestling training center in the city of Florida which was later interrupted with his involvement with Planet Fitness. He is reported to own a certain percentage of ownership share of fitness Gym he works at.