Champion Net Worth

Champion Net Worth is
$6 Million

Champion Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

A champion (from the late Latin campio) is the victor in a challenge, contest or competition. There can be a territorial pyramid of championships, e.g. local, regional / provincial, state, national, continental and world championships, and even further (artificial) divisions at one or more of these levels, as in soccer. Their champions can be accordingly styled, e.g. national champion, world champion.In certain disciplines, there are specific titles for champions, either descriptive, as the baspehlivan in Turkish oil wrestling, yokozuna in Japanese sumo wrestling; or copied from real life, such as the koenig and kaiser ('king' and 'emperor') in traditional archery competitions (not just national, also at lower levels) in the Low Countries.In 2014, two American high school hockey teams, Sylvania Northview High School and Saint Ignatius High School (Cleveland) played a state championship game that went through three regulation periods tied at one goal a piece, and then seven subsequent overtime periods. After the tenth period, the game was declared a tie by the school athletic directors, the OHSAA, and the coaches. The picture here illustrates the attitude of a champion, in that these young men, state championship trophy in hand, were devastated the game was called. They would rather have earned the 2nd place trophy on the ice that be awarded a state championship by a decision made off of it.In a broader sense, nearly any sort of competition can be considered a championship, and the winner of it a champion. Thus, there are championships for many non-sporting competitions such as spelling bees or wargames. In this context, it is used as a noun.It is also possible to champion a cause. In an ideological sense, encompassing religion, a champion may be an evangelist, a visionary advocate who clears the field for the triumph of the idea. Or the champion may merely make a strong case for a new corporate division to a resistant board of directors. Such a champion may take on responsibility for publicizing the project and garnering funding. But in this case he or she is beyond a simple promoter. The word is thus used as a verb.In economic policy, a national champion is a large company that is dominant in its field and favored by the government of the country in which it is based in the belief that it will be in that country's interests if the company is successful in foreign markets. The practice is controversial, and economists mostly don't believe it's beneficial, but it has long been used in France and other countries.The original meaning of the word partakes of both these senses: in the Feudal Era, knights were expected to be champions of both prowess in combat and of causes, the latter most commonly being either patriotic, romantic or religious in nature. This reaches its most literal meaning in a trial by combat, in which each combatant champions the cause of one side of the trial. A "King's Champion" is appointed for ceremonial purposes at
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1Autry used three horses to portray his horse "Champion". The first died in 1947. The third one, who appeared in Autry's television series, died in 1991 at age 42. There was also a fourth horse used for personal appearances, known as "Little Champion".
2Gene Autry's Horse


The Red Skelton Hour1961TV SeriesChampion - Gene's Horse
The Adventures of Champion1955-1956TV SeriesChampion, the Wonder Horse Champ
Last of the Pony Riders1953Champ (as Champion World's Wonder Horse)
Saginaw Trail1953Gene's Horse
Pack Train1953Gene's Horse
Goldtown Ghost Riders1953Champ, Gene's Horse (as World's Wonder Horse)
On Top of Old Smoky1953Champ
Winning of the West1953Champ - Gene's Horse (as Champion - World's Wonder Horse)
Blue Canadian Rockies1952Champ - Gene's Horse (as Champion World's Wonder Horse)
Wagon Team1952Champ - Gene's Horse (as Champion World's Wonder Horse)
Barbed Wire1952Champ - Gene's Horse
Apache Country1952Champ - Gene's Horse
Night Stage to Galveston1952Gene's Horse
The Old West1952Champ (as Champion World's Wonder Horse)
Valley of Fire1951Champ (as Champion World's Wonder Horse)
The Hills of Utah1951Champ (as Champion World's Wonder Horse)
Silver Canyon1951Gene's Horse
Whirlwind1951Champ - Gene's Horse
Texans Never Cry1951Gene's Horse
Gene Autry and The Mounties1951Champ, Gene's horse
The Blazing Sun1950Champ - Gene's Horse (as Champion World's Wonder Horse)
Indian Territory1950Champ - Gene's Horse
Beyond the Purple Hills1950Champ - Gene's Horse
Cow Town1950Champ - Gene's Horse
Mule Train1950Gene's Horse
Sons of New Mexico1949Champ - Gene's Horse
Riders in the Sky1949Champ, Gene's Horse
The Cowboy and the Indians1949Champ - Gene's Horse (as Champion World's Wonder Horse)
Rim of the Canyon1949Champ, Gene's Horse (as Champion World's Wonder Horse)
Riders of the Whistling Pines1949Champion, Gene's Horse
The Big Sombrero1949Gene's Horse
Loaded Pistols1948Champ, Gene's Horse
The Strawberry Roan1948Champ, the Strawberry Roan
The Last Round-up1947Gene's Horse
Trail to San Antone1947Champ (as Champion - Wonder Horse of the West)
Sioux City Sue1946/IChamp, Gene's Horse (as Champion - Wonder Horse of the West)
Bells of Capistrano1942Champ - Gene's Horse (uncredited)
Call of the Canyon1942Gene's Horse (uncredited)
Stardust on the Sage1942Champ (uncredited)
Home in Wyomin'1942Gene's Horse (uncredited)
Heart of the Rio Grande1942Gene's Horse (uncredited)
Under Fiesta Stars1941Champ - Gene's Horse (uncredited)
Sunset in Wyoming1941Gene's Horse (uncredited)
Ridin' on a Rainbow1941Champ - Gene's Horse (uncredited)
Ride, Tenderfoot, Ride1940Gene's Horse (uncredited)
Carolina Moon1940Champ (uncredited)
Gaucho Serenade1940Champ (uncredited)
Shooting High1940Champion (uncredited)
South of the Border1939Champ - Gene's Horse (uncredited)
Rovin' Tumbleweeds1939Gene's Horse (uncredited)
In Old Monterey1939Gene's Horse (uncredited)
Colorado Sunset1939Gene's Horse (uncredited)
Mountain Rhythm1939Gene's Horse (uncredited)
Blue Montana Skies1939Champ (uncredited)
Mexicali Rose1939Champ - Gene's Horse (uncredited)
Home on the Prairie1939Gene's Horse (uncredited)
Western Jamboree1938Gene's Horse (uncredited)
Rhythm of the Saddle1938Champ - Gene's Horse (uncredited)
Prairie Moon1938Gene's Horse (uncredited)
Man from Music Mountain1938Champion - Gene's Horse (uncredited)
Gold Mine in the Sky1938Champion - Gene's Horse (uncredited)
The Old Barn Dance1938Gene's Horse (uncredited)
Springtime in the Rockies1937Gene's Horse (uncredited)
Boots and Saddles1937Champ - Gene's Horse (uncredited)
Public Cowboy No. 11937Champion - Gene's Horse (uncredited)
Yodelin' Kid from Pine Ridge1937Champ - Gene's Horse (uncredited)
Rootin' Tootin' Rhythm1937Champion - Gene's Horse
Git Along Little Dogies1937Champ - Gene's Horse
Round-Up Time in Texas1937Gene's Horse
The Old Corral1936Champ - Gene's Horse
The Big Show1936Champion - Studio Horse
Ride, Ranger, Ride1936Champion - Gene's Horse (uncredited)
Oh, Susanna!1936Autry's Horse
Guns and Guitars1936Gene's Horse
The Singing Cowboy1936Gene's Horse
Comin' 'Round the Mountain1936El Diablo
Red River Valley1936Gene's Horse
The Singing Vagabond1935Tex's Horse
Sagebrush Troubadour1935Gene's Horse
Melody Trail1935Champ - Gene's Horse
Tumbling Tumbleweeds1935Gene's Horse (uncredited)


Columbia World of Sports: Rodeo Daredevils1956Documentary shortHimself - Gene Autry's Horse
Screen Snapshots: Hollywood Goes Western1951Documentary shortHimself
Screen Snapshots: Seeing Hollywood1940Documentary shortHimself - On South of the Border Set

Archive Footage

It's Showtime1976DocumentaryHimself - Gene Autry's horse (uncredited)
Hollywood and the Stars1964TV SeriesHimself
Screen Snapshots: Out West in Hollywood1953Documentary shortHimself - Gene Autry's Horse (uncredited)

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