Chris Benoit Net Worth

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Chris Benoit net worth:
$500 Thousand

Chris Benoit net worth: Chris Benoit was a Canadian professional wrestler who had a net worth of $500 thousand. Chris Benoit was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada in May 1967 and passed away in June 2007. He wrestled for 22 years in the World Wrestling Federation/World Wrestling Entertainment, World Championship Wrestling, Extreme Championships Wrestling, New Japan Pro Wrestling, and Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre. Benoit held the World Heavyweight Championships in the WWE and the WCW World Heavyweight Championship. He was scheduled to win his third world championships on the night of his death. He became the 12th WWE Triple Crown Champion and the sixth WCW Triple Crown Champion and held a total of 22 titles. He won the 2004 Royal Rumble winner as the #1 entrant and headlined many pay-per-views for the WWE. Benoit won the main event of WrestleMania XX in 2004. He held the WWE Intercontinental Championship four times and the WWE United States Championship three times. Benoit held the WWE Tag Team Championship with Edge twice, Chris Jericho, and Kurt Angle. Chris Benoit murdered his wife and son before committing suicide on June 24, 2007 at the age of 40.

Chris Benoit Net Worth

Chris Benoit

Wrestler
Date of Birth
May 21, 1967 - Jun 24, 2007 (40 years old)
Nationality
Canada
Height
5 ft 10 in (1.8 m)
Weight
234 lbs (106.1 kg)
Nicknames
Christoper Michael Benoit, The Pegasus Kid, The Canadian Crippler, The Rabid Wolverine, Wild Pegasus, Toothless Aggression, Christopher Michael "Chris" Benoit
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