What was Markus Crane's net worth?

WRESTLER Markus Crane had died at the age off 33 following a traumatic brain injury.

The Game Changer wrestler's passing was announced via Twitter on December 27, 2021 via GCW.

What was Markus Crane's net worth?

During his career Crane amassed a small fortune of wealth due to wrestling.

According to CelebSaga Crane's net worth is estimated to be just over $1million.

CelebSaga reports that he appeared in over 403 matches throughout his wrestling career.

Crane was a deathmatch wrestler who performed regularly in Japan, where he worked dates for Big Japan and FREEDOMS.

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What happened to Markus Crane?

In December 2019, doctors discovered that Crane had an infection eroding his skull and leaking into his brain.

A portion of his skull was removed to allow the treatment to work.

It is unclear whether the brain infection contributed to his death.

GCW announced the passing of the wrestling star on Twitter on December 27, 2021.

“With sadness, GCW mourns the loss of Markus Crane. As a performer, Markus embodied the spirit of GCW. He was an underdog and an outlaw. He was fearless in the ring and determined to succeed against the odds.

"He played a major role in GCW’s early success and was part of the heart and soul of our roster from day one. Markus was passionate about GCW and Deathmatch Wrestling.

"We were proud to have him represent GCW at Korakuen Hall during our inaugural show in Japan," the independent wrestling company added.

Was Markus Crane married?

Celebhook reports that it is unclear whether or not Crane was married or not.

The wrestler was known to be extremely private about his life so many details have yet to be revealed.

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