Who is Colt Cabana?
Colt Cabana is a well-known American pro wrestler, color commentator, and podcast host. Colt Cabana is currently the host of the podcast The Art of Wrestling, which had over 350 episodes as of November 2017.
Colt Cabana- Birth, Parents, Siblings & Education
Colt Cabana was born in the United States on May 6, 1980, in Deerfield, Illinois. He has 41 years on the clock. Colt has his birthday every year on May 6th.
He was born and raised in Deerfield, Illinois, to Jewish parents. Colt is Marcia Colton’s son. Colton is of white ethnicity and has American citizenship. His father was a casual wrestler fan.
He attended Western Michigan University and played on their football team until 2002 when he graduated with a degree in Business Marketing.
Colt met Matt Cappotelli, who went on to compete in WWE Tough Enough while attending Western Michigan University.
Net Worth of Colt Cabana? Salary, Earning
Colt Cabana’s net worth is estimated to be $823,343.
Colt earns a good living as the host of The Art of Wrestling, a podcast with over 350 episodes as of November 2017. Colt earns an annual salary of $73,685.
Body Measurement- Height, Weight, Hair Color
Colt Cabana stands taller than average. Colt stands 6 feet 1 inch tall (Approx. 1.85 m).
Relationship, Married Life, Boyfriend/Girlfriend
Colt Cabana has not yet revealed any information about his marital status to the public.
Colt has a son named Cole, who tweeted on February 5, 2021, that he is going to Michigan.
Colt Cabana- Professional Career
Ace Steel, Danny Dominion, and Kevin Quinn worked with Phil Brooks to train him (CM Punk). Prior to joining Steel and Punk as the Second City Saints, Colt debuted in Ring of Honor as Colt, a rival to CM Punk.
Colt and Punk went on to win two ROH Tag Team Championships. Colt feuded with Austin Aries and Nigel McGuinness after Punk became a singles star.
He defeated Punk in a two-out-of-three fall match in their hometown of Chicago on August 13, 2005, in what was supposed to be Punk’s final ROH match before joining World Wrestling Entertainment.
He began working preliminary matches for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) on its Heat and Velocity shows.
Colt once competed under the alias Chris Guy, the real name of his trainer Ace Steel. The real Chris Guy wrestled in a WWE match in 2004 as Scott Colton, Colt’s real name.
On April 3, 2007, it was reported that Colt had signed a contract with WWE.
On February 6, 2009, in his first television appearance in five months, Colt competed in an Elimination Chamber qualifying battle royal but was eliminated first.
On the same day that his final WWE match, a loss to Umaga, aired on SmackDown, he was released from his contract.
He is now a member of All Elite Wrestling (AEW). Colt made his AEW Dynamite guest commentary debut on April 1, 2020, alongside play-by-play commentator Tony Schiavone.
Colt is the host of the podcast The Art of Wrestling, which had over 350 episodes as of November 2017. As a full-time pro wrestler, he travels ALL OVER THE WORLD in this podcast.
He and his guest sit down IN PERSON to discuss the trials and tribulations of being in the pro wrestling business.
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His Twitter handle is @ColtCabana.
Quick Facts of Colt Cabana
- Colt was born on May 6, 1980, in Deerfield, Illinois.
- He has not yet revealed any information about his marital status to the public.
- Colt has a son named Cole, who tweeted on February 5, 2021, that he is going to Michigan.
- He earns an annual salary of $73,685.
- He is 6 feet 1 inch tall (Approx. 1.85 m).