Ulf Herman

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Ulf Herman was born on 4 April, 1966 in Hildesheim, Germany, is a German professional wrestler. Discover Ulf Herman’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 54 years old?

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Age54 years old
Zodiac SignAries
Born4 April 1966
Birthday4 April
BirthplaceHildesheim, Germany

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Ulf Herman Height, Weight & Measurements

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Ulf Herman Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Ulf Herman worth at the age of 54 years old? Ulf Herman’s income source is mostly from being a successful Wrestler. He is from Germany. We have estimated Ulf Herman’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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Net Worth in 2019Pending
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Timeline of Ulf Herman


In 2012, Herman returned to Germany’s Professional Wrestling Alliance, where he challenged for the promotion’s top title. Herman retired in 2012 and was inducted into Athletik Club Wrestling’s Hall of Fame that year. In February 2017 he wrestled a match on the German TV show “Die Beste Show der Welt”.


Herman defeated Bad Bones, Iceman and The Sandman in a Fatal 4-Way match on April 18, 2009 at The Doncaster Dome.


On February 9, 2008 at ACW’s Riptide II event, Herman became the Real Quality Wrestling Heavyweight champion in a title vs title match, putting his ACW Title belt on the line against with the then current RQW champion Martin Stone. He won after a referee mix up spot and rolled his opponent up for the 3 count. Herman made his first RQW title defence on the March 9 RQW TV taping show, where he defeated Johnny Moss.


Herman managed to retain the belt at 1PW’s comeback show Resurrection where he beat Iceman in an “I Quit” match. He also managed to retain over two nights at the Know Your Enemy weekend, on Night 1 in a four-way against Abyss, Sterling James Keenan and Doug Williams and on Night 2 against Sterling James Keenan. Herman managed to again defend his title at the 1PW show Invincible against Sterling James Keenan after the proposed three-way was cancelled due to Abyss not making the show. It was later announced that he would defend his title for the last time against Sterling James Keenan in a steel cage match at the 2nd Anniversary Show on October 13, 2007.


On January 6, 2006, Herman made his debut in 1PW, replacing D’Lo Brown who had withdrawn from the event. Herman lost his first match to Sterling James Keenan, but appeared at the end of the show to help Sabu stave off an attack from Keenan and Abyss. The next night, Herman and Sabu teamed to lose to Keenan and Abyss, with Herman being pinned.


Nadrowski is married and has a child. In past times he worked as a lifeguard. Aside from his wrestling career, Nadrowski works as a bodyguard on tour with bands such as 3 Doors Down, System of a Down, Slipknot and Rammstein. Nadrowski also owns a fitness club. In 2002, Nadrowski appeared in the television movie Revival: The Search for the King of England. Nadrowski also worked 8 years for Gibson Brands as ER Pro and was the main guy in the development process for various Signature guitars due his enormous network he got. Those artist where for example: Richie Faulkner, Matt Heafy, Björn Gelotte, Robb Flynn, Tony Iommi, Lee Malia and more. As well he established Gibson Brands at various Festivals through Europe.


After his stint in ECW, Ulf returned to Europe where he captured NWA Germany’s heavyweight championship. On September 23, 2000, Hermann defeated visiting American wrestler Bruiser Mastino in Schmedenstedt, Hannover during the ex-WWF star’s tour of Germany. Herman continued on the European independent circuit making a name for himself in the United Kingdom once more, competing in Frontier Wrestling Alliance and later 1 Pro Wrestling. On February 9, 2002, Herman took part in one of the FWA’s biggest shows, ‘Revival’, which featured a “European vs. United States” storyline, where he defeated Brian Christopher at the Crystal Palace National Sports Centre. In May 2003 at the Frontiers of Honour show, co-hosted with the American promotion Ring of Honor, Herman teamed with Alex Shane and Nikita to take on The Family (Travell, Brandon Thomas, and Scott Parker) in a mixed hardcore six-man tag team match.


Later that year, Herman briefly joined the ECW stable called The Full Blooded Italians. The stable gained a cult following in ECW. While Herman slowly faded away from ECW in the coming months, he still earned various title shots against Rob Van Dam and Sabu, but the matches did not garner any real interest. Nevertheless, Herman would participate in the ECW pay-per-view November to Remember. Herman didn’t appear again until January 16, 1999, where, at ECW’s House Party, he was defeated again by Kronus. He was among the dozens of challengers who faced Rob Van Dam during his two-year run as ECW World Television Champion. To this day he states that his favourite match was against Van Dam in Detroit, Michigan. Ulf’s last match in ECW was against his friend Sabu on January 30, 1999.


In 1998, Herman travelled to the United States where he competed for Extreme Championship Wrestling. On March 20, 1998 he made his ECW debut in a loss to Doug Furnas. He quickly aligned himself with manager Lance Wright as part of The Wright Connection, a short-lived heel stable of “unofficial” WWF stars, along with Brakkus, Danny Doring, Mike Lozanski, Roadkill and Too Cold Scorpio. At A Matter of Respect, Herman and The Equalizer served as Danny Doring’s cornermen in his match against John Kronus. On June 26, he teamed with Mike Lozansky and Michael Kovac; they lost to the team of Axl Rotten, Balls Mahoney and John Kronus. He faced Kronus in a series of matches on house shows. On August 8, Herman picked up his first victory in ECW by defeating Kronus. On August 28, 1998 Tommy Dreamer, The Blue Meanie and Super Nova beat Jack Victory, Danny Doring and Herman. He and Danny Doring also lost to The Blue World Order (Super Nova and The Blue Meanie) at UltraClash.


In 1995 he wrestled The Ultimate Warrior who made a guest-appearance in the CWA for one match. Herman lost the match. On August 16, 1997, Herman was defeated by Marshall Duke in Vienna for the then vacant CWA World Heavyweight Championship. The title was later vacated.


In the last tournament of the year in 1993 in Bremen he was selected as ‘Rookie Of The Year’ and wrestled but lost a match against Papa Shango, which took place at the Euro Catch Festival. On August 16, 1994, Herman and August Smisl won the CWA Tag Team Championship from Fury and John Hawk (substituting for Rage) in Vienna, Austria. They held the belts for almost three months before dropping them to John Hawk and Cannonball Grizzly in Bremen, Germany.


He returned to Germany, working for small promotions, but earned a tryout in the World Wrestling Federation as “Herman the German”. He defeated Louie Spiccoli, who later wrestled for the WWF as Rad Radford. Herman then travelled to the United Kingdom, where he gained experience so he could wrestle for the CWA in Vienna. He worked for All Star Wrestling during this time, appearing in backstage footage for Robbie Brookside’s Video Diary filmed in 1993 for BBC2, as well as making Welsh TV appearances for S4C’s Reslo, where he sometimes appeared as the Hollywood Blond, a Sting impersonator gimmick.


Born in Hildesheim, Germany, Ulf Nadrowski was a local swimming champion in his native country and also did some Judo before he decided to get into wrestling. Herman travelled to Dortmund, Linz, Graz and Vienna, in order to train there. In Vienna he began performing for a small promotion, and he wrestled his first match on August 27, 1989 under the name Ulf Ranger, which he won. In January 1990 he wrestled in South Africa for eight weeks. On 23 January 1992, he was defeated by South African rival Shaun Koen at the Good Hope Centre.


Ulf Nadrowski (born April 4, 1966) is a German professional wrestler, better known by his ring name Ulf Herman. He is best known in the United States for his appearances in Extreme Championship Wrestling where he was part of The Full Blooded Italians faction from 1998 to 1999. Herman is also known around the world for his time in the European independent circuit, most notably in the United Kingdom for All Star Wrestling, the BWF (including appearances on S4C’s Welsh-language Reslo show), Frontier Wrestling Alliance, and more recently 1 Pro Wrestling and Real Quality Wrestling (where he is currently RQW Heavyweight Champion).