Mark Schultz Net Worth

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Mark Schultz net worth:
$2 Million

Mark Schultz net worth: Mark Schultz is an American wrestler who has a net worth of $2 million. Mark Schultz was born in Palo Alto, California in October 1960. Schultz is an Olympic champion and two time World champion freestyle wrestler. He is a member of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame, California Wrestling Hall of Fame, and San Jose Sports Hall of Fame. Mark and his brother Dave Schultz both won gold medals in wrestling at the 1984 Olympics. They became the only pair of brothers to win World and Olympic championships. The pair of brothers has won more Olympic, World, U.S. Open, and NCAA wrestling titles than any other combination of American brothers. Schultz wrestled for Palo Alto High School where he first competed in gymnastics. He attended UCLA and then transferred to the University of Oklahoma. He was named NCAA Outstanding Wrestler and won four NCAA Championships. After retiring from wrestling he wrestled in the UFC but damaged his back. Schultz worked as the wrestling coach for Brigham Young University. Mark's brother Dave was shot and killed by multimillionaire philanthropist John Eleuthere du Pont in 1996. Mark wrote the memoir Foxcatcher: The True Story of My Brother's Murder, John du Pont's Madness, and the Quest for Olympic Gold in 2014 and the movie Foxcatcher was released the same year. In the film Channing Tatum played Mark Schultz.

Mark Schultz Net Worth

Mark Schultz

Date of Birth
Oct 26, 1960 (55 years old)
5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
180 lbs (81.6 kg)
Mark Philip Schultz
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