Rhyno -Bio, Facts, Career, Personal Life, Net Worth

Terrance Guido Gerin is an professional American wrestler, politician, and actor whom we better recognize with his ring name Rhyno. The powerhouse Rhyno is currently signed and active at Impact Wrestling.

Rhyno has appeared and wrestled in Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW), Ring of Honor, New Japan Pro-Wrestling, and House of Hardcore.

 

Full Name  Terrance Guido Gerin
Net Worth  $4 Million
Date of Birth  October 7, 1975
Marital Status  Married with Mirja Gerin
Birthplace  Detroit, Michigan, United   States
Ethnicity  White
Profession  Professional Wrestler, Politician, and Actor
Nationality  American
Height  5 ft and 10 inches (178 cm)
Weight  295 lbs (134 kg)
Residence  Dearborn, Michigan, U.S.
Horoscope  Libra
Wrestling Organization  WWF
Signature Move  Spear
Nickname  Rhino
Online Presence  12 K on Facebook and 72.5 K on Twitter
ECW Rhyno
Rhyno

Early Life and Childhood

Powerful and massive powerhouse wrestler Rhyno was born on October 7, 1975, in Detroit, Michigan. Rhyno is of Italian descent.

Age, Height, Weight, and Net Worth of Rhyno

Everyone’s favorite and very hardcore wrestler Rhyno is now the of 44 who weigh massively 134 Kg, i.e. 295 Pounds. He gains a total height of 5 feet and 10 inches.

With his great career at wrestling industries, as an actor and politician, the estimated total net worth of Rhyno is $4 Million.

Career

Rhyno started his training for a professional wrestling career since his early life at Can-Am Wrestling School in Windsor, Ontario. He then went to Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) with his trainer Scott D’Amore. Rhyno had his first professional match on March 10, 1995.

He went to World Championship Wrestling (WCW) with a ring name Rhino Richards. There he lost most of the matches where he was involved in. On November 6, 1995, in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF), he lost the debut against Henry O. Godwinn on an episode of Monday Night Raw. Rhyno defeated Breyer Wellington at the dark match on June 29, 1998.

Extreme Championship Wrestling

Gerin made his ECW debut in 1999 as Rhino, where he immediately formed with Steve Corino and Jack Victory. Rhino and Corino challenged for ECW World Tag Team Championship at Anarchy Rulz against Tommy Dreamer and Raven but got defeated.

Rhyno lost his chance of winning World Television Championship, losing the Super Crazy tournament in the finals. He then finally won the title from Yoshihiro Tajiri at CyberSlam and lost to Kid Kash.

He began to feud with Sandman for the ECW World Heavyweight Championship title, which he won on January 7, 2001, at Guilty as Charged. Gerin successfully defended the title against Sandman and Spike Dudley. Rhyno then held World Heavyweight Champion and World Television Champion at the same time.

World Wrestling Federation

Rhyno went to WWF on March 19, 2001, where he made his debut along with Edge and Christian. He helped Edge and Christian on defeating The Hardy Boyz and The Dudley Boyz for the WWF Tag Team Championship at WrestleMania Seventeen.

As of singles title, Rhyno was successful in winning WWF Hardcore Championship against the Kane. Rhyno joined Team RECK that includes Rhyno, Edge, Christian, and Kurt Angle. They reached semi-finals of King of the Ring, but eventually, Rhyno was eliminated by Edge, his teammate.

Rhyno then invaded WWF with his ECW wrestling mates led by Paul Heyman. They had a five-on-five match where Rhyno was also included. They won the game defeating WWF wrestlers. On September 23, he won WCW United States Championship title against Tajiri, which he held the title for a month and lost to Kurt Angle.

Personal Life of Rhyno

Rhyno represents for the Michigan House of Representatives of his hometown Dearborn. With the approval of WWE owner Vince McMahon, he would run as a Republican. Gerin won the Republican Primary and faced the Democratic winner, but Gerin got defeated by Hammoud in the election.

Wrestler Rhyno was married to Mirja Gerin in 1997. Gerin is a good friend of Edge and Christian.

Major Accomplishments

Rhyno championship
Rhyno Championship

Border City Wrestling

  • BCW Can-Am Television Championship (1 time)

Canadian Wrestling’s Elite

  • CWE Tag Team Championship (1 time) with AJ Sanchez

Catch Wrestling Association

  • CWA World Tag Team Championship (2 times) with Joe Legend and Jean-Pierre Lafitte

DDT Pro-Wrestling

  • Ironman Heavyweight Championship (1 time)

European Wrestling Promotion

  • EWP World Heavyweight Championship (1 time)

Extreme Championship Wrestling

  • ECW World Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
  • ECW World Heavyweight Championship (2 times)

Full Global Alliance Wrestling

  • FGA Heavyweight Championship (1 time)

International Wrestling Cartel

  • IWC World Heavyweight Championship (1 time)

Jersey All Pro Wrestling

  • JAPW Heavyweight Championship (1 time)

Lancaster Championship Wrestling

  • LCW Heavyweight Championship (1 time)

Metro Pro Wrestling

  • MPW Heavyweight Championship (1 time)

NWA Mid-South

  • NWA Mid-South Unified Heavyweight Championship (1 time)

Ohio Valley Wrestling

  • OVW Television Championship (1 time)

Prime Time Wrestling

  • PTW Heavyweight Championship (1 time)

Pro Wrestling Illustrated

  • Rhyno was Ranked No. 10 of the top 500 singles wrestlers in the PWI 500 in 2001

Pure Wrestling Association

  • Carrot Cup (2015) with Tommy Dreamer

Rockstar Pro

  • Rockstar Pro Championship (1 time)

Total Nonstop Action Wrestling

  • NWA World Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
  • Gauntlet for the Gold
  • TNA Turkey Bowl

Universal Championship Wrestling

  • UCW Heavyweight Championship (1 time)

Universal Wrestling Enterprises

  • UWE Heavyweight Championship (1 time)

USA Xtreme Wrestling

  • UX Heavyweight Championship (1 time)

World Series Wrestling

  • WSW Heavyweight Championship (1 time)

World Wrestling Federation/WWE

  • WWF Hardcore Championship (3 times)
  • WCW United States Championship (1 time)
  • WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship (1 time) with Heath Slater
  • WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship Tournament (2016) with Heath Slater

Xtreme Intense Championship Wrestling

  • XICW Midwest Heavyweight Championship (3 times)

Xtreme Wrestling Alliance

  • XWA Heavyweight Championship (1 time)

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Other Media

Rhyno not only famous for his excellent wrestling career but also his appearance on a horror movie “Death from Above” of 2011 alongside his fellow partner and wrestler Kurt Angle.

Rhyno in Stage
Rhyno for Action

Gerin is also presented on wrestling video games like ECW Anarchy Rulz, ECW Hardcore Revolution, WWE SmackDown! Shut Your Mouth, WWE SmackDown! Here Comes the Pain, WWE SmackDown! Just Bring It, WWE Day of Reckoning, WWE SmackDown vs. Raw and TNA Impact!. Now, after nine years of video game left, he is presented on WWE 2k18 and WWE 2k19.

Social Media Presence of Rhyno

Facebook:  12 K Followers

Twitter:  72.5 K Followers

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