T. Rantula Net Worth
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$14’000’000. *This information was provided by Pearline Maestas, 21 years old. Job: (Welder-Assembler). From Tipton, Iowa
$5’000’000. *This information was provided by Riki Boudjellaba, 26 years old. From Keene, New Hampshire
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1,60m.*This information was provided by Roxanna Mohanty, 30 years old. Job: (Supervisor, Doping). From Roanoke, Indiana.
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67kg.*This information was provided by Hanny, 24 years old. Job: (Chip Unloader). From Bryant, Illinois.
T. Rantula information
Birth date and age[BOD]: 1962-03-30
Height:67 (2.01 m)
David Younkins (born March 30, 1962), better known by his ring name T. Rantula, is a semi-retired American professional wrestler, trainer, and promoter. He was one of the top heels in Pennsylvania during the 1990s, described as a local legend in his hometown of Pittsburgh, and primarily competed in independent promotions in the Midwestern and Northeastern United States. He has also toured Canada and South Africa.He was a mainstay of both Pro Wrestling eXpress and Steel Championship Wrestling, two of Pennsylvanias leading indy promotions in the 1990s, winning the heavyweight and tag team titles in both promotions. He was the first-ever SCW Heavyweight Champion and feuded with Cactus Jack, Tom Brandi, and Lou Marconi over the title between 1995 and 1997. In PWX, he is considered one of the most dominant wrestlers in the companys history and was inducted into the PWX Circle of Respect in 2009. T. Rantula also ran his own promotion with Dan Polinsky, Far North Wrestling, based in Butler, Pennsylvania from 2003 to 2011.In his near 20-year career, T. Rantula has wrestled for various independent wrestling promotions: Atlantic Coast Championship Wrestling, American Commonwealth Wrestling, American States Wrestling Association, Extreme Wrestling Federation, National Wrestling League, Pro Championship Wrestling, United States Championship Wrestling, United States Wrestling League, and the West Virginia Wrestling Alliance. He has also made brief guest appearances for Extreme Championship Wrestling, World Championship Wrestling and the World Wrestling Federation, as a preliminary wrestler in the latter two, in addition to appearances for several National Wrestling Alliance-affiliated promotions including NWA East, NWA New England, and NWA West Virginia/Ohio. He also took part in the NWAs 50th Anniversary Show wrestling Abdullah the Butcher.