Kenny Omega Net Worth 2020, Bio, Education, Career, and Achievement.

Kenny Omega Net Worth 2020, Bio, Education, Career, and Achievement.

Kenny Omega is the professional name of a Canadian-born Japanese wrestler known as Tyson Smith. He is signed as a performer of All Elite Wrestling, and he also serves as the executive vice president of AEW.

He is the Tag Team Champion of All Elite Wresting together with Adam Page in their first reigns. Kenny is also on his first reign as the AAA Mega Champion.

Some of the titles he has held are IWGP Intercontinental Championship, IWGP United States Championship, and the IWGP Heavyweight Championship among other titles.

Kenny Omega Net Worth

Biography

The title-winning wrestler was born on the 16th of October 1983, in Transcona, Winnipeg, Canada.

Omega developed his love for wrestling when he was a little boy after watching tapes of the WWE, however, he never actually considered fashioning a career out of this interest until much later.

As he grew up, Kenny Omega began playing ice hockey as a goalie, while working for Costco and IGA to earn a little money for himself.

Meanwhile, he was a student at the Transcona Collegiate Institute.

He began considering becoming a professional wrestler after one of his friends from the institute started training with Top Rope Championship Wrestling.

The 15-year-old Omega promptly abandoned his ice hockey aspirations to begin training at the TRCW too.

A year later he began wrestling in the promotion and remained with them for two years until he graduated from the institute and headed to the university.

Education

He was a student at Transcona Collegiate Institute where one of his friends was training with Top Rope Championship Wrestling (TRCW).

He started training under the TRCW promoter in Winnipeg Bobby Jay. After training with him for years, he made his professional debut in 2000 at the age of 16.

He graduated from TCI in 2001 and enrolled in a university only to drop out to pursue a wrestling career.

Kenny Omega Net Worth

Career

The professional career of Kenny Omega began when he was 16 years old in 2001 when he participated in an event promoted by Premier Championship Wrestling (PCW).

In 2005 he won an eight-man tournament to become the winner of the Premier Cup as well as becoming the NWA Canada X-Division Championship. He later lost the title to Rawskillz.

He played for Jersey All Pro Wrestling (JAPW) and made his debut on 8 September 2007. He won the JAPW Heavyweight Championship by defeating Low Ki in March 2008.

He was the reigning champion for 357 days before losing to Jay Lethal.

He made his debut on Ring of Honor in July 2008, and he lost to Delirious.

He was a regular competitor at ROH for many years, and in 2016 he issues with his passport, and he took an 18-month break from ROH, returning in October 2017.

Omega became a contender at Dramatic Dream Team (DDT) promotion in 2006, and he teamed up with wrestler Kota Ibushi for most of his competitions.

Other promotions that he wrestled for are Pro-Wrestling Guerrilla from 2008-2010, New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW) from 2010-2014, Bullet Club, and All Elite Wrestling.

He as well wrestled for Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide following a promotion partnership with AEW.

Kenny Omega Net Worth

Net Worth and Achievement 2020

The professional career of Kenny has been successful all through, and he has won several titles over the years.

He is the former IWGP Intercontinental Champion, IWGP United States Champion, and a two-time IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion.

He is the AEW World Tag Team Champion with Adam Page. Omega has emerged the winner of the Best Bout Award in 2008, 2012, and 2014.

Kenny Omega has managed to accumulate a net worth of $800 thousand. He became a professional wrestler when he was a teenager, and over the years he has won several championships.

He has worked with different promotion companies, including WWE, and this has translated to added revenue.

Kenny Omega was born in Canada, but his love for wrestling in Japan saw him obtain Japanese citizenship in 2016.

He is one of the few wrestlers who have had the opportunity to excel in their career not only in their home country but also abroad.  The wrestler is in his mid-30s, and thus he has a long way to go on his career.

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