Chuck Palumbo Net Worth – Bio, Family & Motorbike

By | March 9, 2018

Former WWE wrestler Chuck Palumbo has a net worth of $4 million in 2018. Born in 1971 as Charles Robert Palumbo shared his bio from height, age, wife, daughter, siblings, family, motorcycle he own and facts info. Chuck, famously known as the reality TV personality, is also a American mechanic. But this is not the end of his list of qualities. He has also been a mechanic once.  His appearance at the promotions of World Championship Wrestling made him quite popular. All of you must have heard of the famous series on automotive restoration named “Lord of the Card Hoards” aired on Discovery Channel. Well, then the leading character of that series is none other than Chuck Palumbo.

Chuck Palumbo Net Worth

Full Name Charles Chuck R. Palumbo
Birth Date June 15,  1971
Nationality American
Height 6.5 feet / 1.96 m
Parents N/A
Net Worth $4 Million
Source Of Earning Wrestler
Annual Salary $420,000
Sibling Liz Palumbo, Chris Palumbo and Kelly Palumbo
Children Charli Palumbo
Ethnicity White
Wife Virginia Evans

Born on June 15, 1971, Chuck Palumbo has taken everyone with awe with his never ending list of adroitness and skills. His brother, Chris, is a respected officer in the military. He has a beautiful wife whose name is Virginia Evans. His daughter Charli is an aspiring DJ. Being a native to Providence in Rhode Island, Palumbo has rocked the world with his reality TV shows. The “WWE Smackdown” which aired in 1999 introduced to the world the new face of world wrestling entertainment. After that the WCW Greed which aired in 2011 was no less than the Smackdown. His WrestleMania X8 too gained a huge fandom in 2002.



Being a famous former WWE wrestler, Chuck Palumbo net worth is now $4 million as estimated in 2018.  He is now working as a reality tv star after retirement from wwe.

Under the ring name “The Dude”, Chuck Palumbo started with the independent circuit and then turned heads at the Nitro of World Championship Wrestling with his debut performance. But the twist in the tale is that he did it as a fan who said yes to the challenge offered by Ernest who was popularly known as “The Cat” Miller. This move made him earn a training contract just six months after this event. That was the boost to his career.

Chuck Palumbo bike

Under his own name, the first debut he made was in the year 2000 in the “Thunder”. After that Palumbo never stopped. Success came one after the other starting from “The Alliance” in 2001, then “Billy and Chuck” in 2002 and “Full Blooded Italians” in 2003-04. His fame spread far and wide and he spread his influence in overseas nations too as he got a membership of the Voodoo Murders of AJPW. He gave a comeback to WWE in 2006. It was in 2014 that he started the reality show in Discovery Channel and spoke of his own life and retirement from wrestling.

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