Bobby Heenan Net Worth: Raymond Louis Heenan famously known as Bobby “The Brain” Heenan was an American wrestler, manager and commentator. As of 2017, Bobby Heenan net worth is estimated to be $5 million.
Bobby was born on November 1, 1943 in Chicago and he started his wrestling profession early on, carrying bags and jackets for the wrestlers and selling refreshments at the events. He made his debut as a heel manager and wrestler in 1965 under the name “Pretty Boy”. His first in-ring performance was against Prince Pullins in 1965. In 1967, Heenan became a regular in WWA as a wrestler and manager. In 1974, he left the WWA and then made his first appearance in the AWA in 1974. Bobby managed Nick Bockwinkel in the AWA and won his first World Title in 1975. One year later, he won the AWA World Tag Team Championship.
Vince McMahon then hired Bobby to WWF to manage Jesse “The Body” Ventura. During his time at WWF, he managed some of the biggest superstars like Jesse Ventura, Big John Studd, Buddy Rose, Paul ornforff, Rick Rude, Andre the Giant and many others. During that time he also had a feud with Hulk Hogan and was then named a color commentator by McMahon in 1986.
Bobby Heenan retired from managing in 1991 and worked as a commentator from 1994. He worked on programs like WCW Saturday Night, Clash of the Champions and WCW Monday Niotro. Bobby was inducted into WWE Hall of Fame in 2004 by Blackjack Lanza.
bobby heenan cause of death
On September 17, 2017, Bobby Heenan died at the age of 73 after a long battle with throat cancer.
Bobby Heenan Wife: Bobby was married to Cynthia Jean. They married in 1974 and were still together before his death. Together they had a daughter named Jessica Ida Heenan. He also has a grandson named Austin who was born in 2008.
Bobby Heenan Net Worth: $5 million
Bobby Heenan quotes (5 famous quotes)
The two things that scare me most about wrestling fans is that they’re allowed to vote and allowed to reproduce.
If you’re poor and you do something stupid, you’re nuts. If you’re rich and do something stupid, you’re eccentric.
I’m a legend in this sport. If you don’t believe me, ask me.
There is good news and bad news about Rey’s shirt, The bad news is the shirt don’t fit him, the good news is all the luchadores are moving in
I don’t look at myself as a hero or smart person. I have a seventh-grade education, but I’ve had a lot of fun.