Manuel Alfonso Andrade Oropeza aka, Andrade el Idolo is a Mexican Professional wrestler. He is a third-generation wrestler, and here is everything you need to know about Andrade El Idolo, including his net worth, salary, records, personal life.
Andrade el Idolo is an All Elite Wrestling superstar and is a one-time WWE NXT Champion and one-time NXT Champion. Let us have a look at this third-generation superstar’s net worth, career, records, and much more.
Andrade el Idolo Facts
|Gomez Palacio, Durango, Mexico
|Jose Andrade Salas
|Net Worth (2021)
|$ 3-4 million
|Date of Birth
|November 3, 1989
|Hammerlock DDT, Andrade spinning Back Elbow
|WWE NXT Champion, WWE United States Champion
|Andrade Cien Almas, El Idolo, Brillante Jr.
Andrade el Idolo Net Worth and Salary
As of 2021, Andrade’s Net Worth is estimated to be around $3-4 million, and his current salary stands at $400.000 moment. All Elite Wrestling and Lucha Libre currently sign him, and that’s where most of his salary comes from.
Andrade el Idolo Career
Andrade is a third-generation professional wrestler. El Idolo made his wrestling debut on October 3, 2003, a month before his 14th birthday. Interestingly this could happen only because his father signed a waiver for the local boxing and wrestling commission to issue Andrade a license. He started his career in the ring name of Brillante Jr.
He signed with Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) on February 27, working as “Brillante” just like his father. Andrade won many Championship titles there like Mexican National Trios Championship, CMLL World Tag Team Championship.
In 2010, El Idolo was selected as the CMLL representative for New Japan Pro-Wrestling Best of Juniors. This was his first tour to Japan. He played for—these independent wrestling circuits for almost five years.
Andrade signed a WWE contract on November 19, 2015; he was not very familiar with English, so he took training from Sarah Stoke, a WWE trainer who worked for CMLL for almost a decade.
He made his in-ring WWE debut at the NXT house show on January 8, 2016. Following his debut, he was given a new name of Andrade, “Cien” Almas.
Almas signed a contract against Drew McIntyre with his new manager WWE star Zelina Vega for the NXT Champion. At NXT TakeOver: War Games, he defeated McIntyre and became the new NXT Champion.
Almas made his main roster debut on May 15, 2018, against a local wrestler in SmackDown Live. He was drafted to Raw in 2019.
On December 26, 2019, in a packed house in Madison Square Garden, Andrade defeated Rey Mysterio to win the WWE United States Championship, and he successfully defended the titles for a while.
In March 2021, Andrade requested a release from WWE, which was granted. Almas left WWE to join the Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide, and on June 4, he made his debut in All Elite Wrestling under the ring name Andrade El Idolo, and he still plays for AEW.
Andrade el Idolo Family and Personal Life
Andrade was born on November 3, 1989 in Gomez Palacio, Durango. He is the son of Jose Andrade Salas, who wrestled as a Brilliant. El Idolo is a third-generation superstar of the family and competed in Lucha Libre.
His Grandmother wrestled under the name El Moro while his uncles wrestled under Diamante/Moro III, Kevin, Espanto Jr, and Espanto Magic.
Andrade’s cousin also works for Lucha liter, but due to their secretive nature, EL Idolo’s cousin’s names are not revealed anywhere, but they are also a professional wrestler.
EL Idolo was in a relationship with Charlotte Flair, the daughter of WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair, from 2019, and the couple got engaged on January 1, 2020.
FAQs about Andrade el Idolo
|What is Andrade el Idolo’s net worth?
|Nikki has a net worth of approximately $3-4million.
|How old is Andrade el Idolo?
|Andrade is 31 years old
|When did Andrade el Idolo make his WWE debut?
|Andrade made his WWE debut in 2015
|Who is Andrade el Idolo married to?
|Andrade is engaged to fellow WWE wrestler Charlotte Flair
|Does Andrade have any children?
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