Ed McDaniel Net Worth

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Ed McDaniel Net Worth is
$1.6 Million

Mini Biography

Ed “Key Wahoo” McDaniel will be recognized as perhaps one of the most influential Local American wrestlers ever. McDaniel was originally a soccer participant. While playing soccer for the Oklahoma Sooners (in university), he kicked a 91-lawn punt, the 6th longest punt in NCAA background. McDaniel was drafted with the Houston Oilers (who are actually the Tennessee Titans) and performed there in 1960. After long lasting only one period using the Oilers, he continued to try out using the Denver Broncos from 1961 to 1963, the brand new York Jets from 1964 to 1965, as well as the Miami Dolphins from 1966 to 1968. McDaniel began his profession in pro wrestling while still in soccer. He’d wrestle in the off-seasons, and play soccer during football period. After retiring from soccer in 1968, his wrestling profession became full-time. Wahoo was a high pull wherever he proceeded to go, wrestling for the Capitol Wrestling Company (the business that could evolve into Globe Wrestling Entertainment), Georgia Tournament Wrestling, Southwest Sports activities (Fritz Von Erich’s TOP NOTCH Tournament Wrestling), the Minnesota Boxing & Wrestling Membership (Verne Gagne’s American Wrestling Association), Joe Blanchard’s Southwest Tournament Wrestling, Paul Boesch’s Houston Wrestling, and japan group referred to as International Wrestling Companies (which is normally where he gained his first in support of Globe heavyweight tournament). He spent one of the most timeframe, nevertheless, wrestling for Jim Crockett Campaigns out of Charlotte, N.C. (an associate from the worldwide sanctioning body referred to as the Country wide Wrestling Alliance), where he kept the business’s ‘NWA’ U.S. name five situations (which ties him for the record with Ric Flair). McDaniel also kept the business’s ‘NWA’ Globe tag team tournament four situations with three different companions (Rufus R. Jones, Paul Jones, and Tag Youngblood) and was a four period Mid-Atlantic heavyweight champ. Furthermore he was the last holder from the ‘NWA’ Country wide title (which arrived over from Tournament Wrestling from Georgia, Inc. after Crockett got the desired time slot machine on Ted Turner’s TBS). McDaniel also competed over time for Eddie Graham’s Tournament Wrestling for Florida (an NWA member), where he kept the ‘NWA’ Southern heavyweight name (the very best name in the advertising)…he won the belt the final time conquering “Superstar” Billy Graham inside a tournament before dropping it per month afterwards to then-rookie feeling Lex Luger. McDaniel’s last stint within a nationwide advertising was the faltering AWA, that was noticed on ESPN by that time. McDaniel, also the business’s booker (mind writer) still left the advertising after a personal injury storyline where the Devastation Crew, who had been at that time the AWA Globe tag group champions and the very best group in the advertising, detached his retina. McDaniel, after a short stint with Ted Turner’s Globe Championship Wrestling, held contending in the Carolinas and produced his last nationwide Television wrestling appearance on the WCW Slamboree 1995 pay-per-view, where he was inducted in to the WCW Hall Of Popularity along with “Big” John Studd (John Minton, Sr.), Angelo Poffo, Dusty Rhodes (Virgil Runnells, Jr.), and “The Dean Of Wrestling” Gordon Solie. McDaniel’s wellness began to deteriorate in the middle 1990s, and he ultimately dropped both kidneys. He was awaiting a kidney transplant when he passed away from problems from diabetes and renal failing. He was 63.

Known for movies

1Inducted into the Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2010.
2Former NWA Georgia Heavyweight Champion.
3He was originally scheduled to be on the plane that crashed in 1975, carrying Ric Flair, Tim Woods, Johnny Valentine, David Crockett and Bob Bruggers. At the last moment, he decided to drive and Bruggers took his place. All five wrestlers were injured (Valentine with career-ending injuries).
4Notable title wins include: Florida Heavyweight title; Texas Heavyweight title; NWA American Heavyweight title (2); Mid Atlantic Heavyweight title (5); NWA American Tag Team titles with Thunderbolt Patterson (2); NWA American Tag Team titles with Johnny Valentine; Southwest Heavyweight title (2); Southwestern Championship Wrestling Tag Team titles with Terry Funk; NWA Southern Heavyweight title (2); Georgia Heavyweight title (2); Georgia Tag Team titles with Tommy Rich; NWA National Heavyweight title; Florida Television title; NWA United States Heavyweight title
5Former US President George Bush Sr was Woohoo McDaniels baseball coach when he was a kid.
6Had a large impact on the career of Ric Flair.
7Inducted into the WCW Hall of Fame on May 21st, 1995.
8Played pro football for the Houston Oilers (1960), Denver Broncos (1961-1963), New York Jets (1964-1965), and the Miami Dolphins (1966-1968).
9Played collegiate football at Oklahoma as a kicker, end, and fullback. Kicked the 6th-longest punt in NCAA history for 91 yards.
10Professional wrestler
11Former two time NWA American champion, five time NWA United States champion and NWA National Heavyweight champion.


WCW Slamboree: A Legends' Reunion1995TV MovieWahoo McDaniel
WCW Slamboree 19941994TV MovieChief Wahoo McDaniel
WCW Slamboree 19931993TV MovieChief Wahoo McDaniel
Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Cup1986VideoWahoo McDaniel
WCW Worldwide Wrestling1983TV SeriesWahoo McDaniel


Survivor Series2001TV SpecialHimself
WCW Classics2000TV SeriesHimself
WWE Raw1994TV SeriesHimself
AWA Superclash III1988TV SpecialChief Wahoo McDaniel
Starrcade1986TV SpecialWahoo McDaniel
AWA: WrestleRock1986VideoHimself
Starrcade '85: The Gathering1985TV SpecialWahoo McDaniel
Starrcade1984TV SpecialWahoo McDaniel
Starrcade1983TV SpecialChief Wahoo McDaniel
The Wrestler1974Himself (as Wahoo McDaniels)
The NFL on NBC1966TV SeriesHimself - Miami Dolphins Linebacker / Punter

Archive Footage

WWE: Macho Madness - The Randy Savage Ultimate Collection2009VideoHimself
Starrcade: The Essential Collection2009Himself
Nature Boy Ric Flair: The Definitive Collection2008VideoHimself
The Shawn Michaels Story: Heartbreak and Triumph2007VideoHimself
The Spectacular Legacy of the AWA2006Video documentaryHimself
The American Dream: The Dusty Rhodes Story2006VideoHimself
Brian Pillman: Loose Cannon2006Video documentaryHimself
The Ultimate Ric Flair Collection2003VideoHimself
Mike Graham Presents: The Best of Classic Championship Wrestling Vol. 12003VideoChief Wahoo McDaniel
Wrestling Gold Vol. 5: Beat Me If You Can2001VideoChief Wahoo McDaniel
Pro Wrestling Illustrated presents Lords of the Ring: Superstars & Superbouts1985VideoChief Wahoo McDaniel


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