About Lex Luger
It has been estimated that the current amount of Lex Luger net worth is as much as 3 million dollars. However, there are also some other sources which have estimated his net worth to be much higher as they stated that it reaches 10 million dollars. Lex Luger has become well known because of his career as a wrestler. In addition to that, he is also a football player and TV presenter. Thus his careers in all these spheres have added up a lot to the overall size of Lex Luger net worth, as well.
Lex Luger was born in 1958 in Buffalo, New York. His real birth name is Lawrence Wendell Pfohl. In the WWE world, Lex Luger is also nicknamed as “The Total Package” because of his stature. Talking about his achievements in wrestling, Lex Luger has been the world champion three times. Also, he was titled as WWA World Heavyweight Champion, NWA/WCW World Heavyweight Champion and WCW World Heavyweight Champion. Thus, with so many titles, Lex Luger net worth has also increased by a mile.
In 1994, Lex Luger became a winner of the Royal Rumble. In 1993 he got the title of the Most Popular Wrestler of the Year.
Some of his wrestling trainers include Barry Windham, Hiro Matsuda and Bob Roop.
Before he became a wrestler, he was also playing football and even accepted a football scholarship to study at Pennsylvania State University. Later, he enrolled to the University of Miami. Lex Luger got signed to the Green Bay Packers, but he never appeared as a player.
In 1985 he turned to wrestling as in that year he made his debut, too. Wrestling eventually became the main source of Lex Luger net worth, as well. In 1987, Lex Luger became a winner of the NWA United States Heavyweight Championship, which was his first one. In 1993 Lex Luger became known as “The Narcissist” as in every fight he would incorporate long mirrors. In the same year, he got the title of All-American. In 1995, he joined the tag team called “The Allied Powers” with Davey Boy Smith.
In 2005, Lex Luger decided to retire from his career as a wrestler, although this sport has added up a lot to the overall amount of his net worth. Throughout his career as a wrestler, Lex Luger also suffered some injuries. One of them was a temporary quadriplegic state.