About Kyle Dake
Four-time NCAA champion in the sport of wrestling at Cornell University. He was awarded the 2012 Dan Hodge Trophy and was named Sports Illustrated’s 2013 male College Athlete of the Year.
He was a two-time New York state champion in wrestling while he was at Lansing High School.
While at Cornell He was an active member of the Quill and Dagger Society.
Kyle Dake Family Life
The younger one is called Corey. In 2016, he was married Megan Palladino.
He, Logan Stieber, Pat Smith, and Cael Sanderson are wrestlers who won multiple NCAA titles throughout their college career.
Net Worth and Career
Kyle Dake’s source of income is mainly through his professional wrestling career. His net worth is anywhere between $1 million to $5 million.
Dake has won his second consecutive gold at the World Wrestling Championships in Nur-Sultan Kazakhstan beating Jabrayil Hasanov for the second time in consecutive years.
“I know he’s a tough opponent who excels in tie-ups, clinches, and front headlocks,” Dake stated about Hasanov.
In 2018, Dake was awarded a world Gold award in the 79kg category at the World Wrestling Championships in Budapest, Hungary.
In 2010, Dake was part of Cornell University’s team of wrestlers. From 2010 to 2013, Dake became three wrestlers within NCAA Division I history to be awarded four titles.
Dake is the only wrestler from the four-time champions to be the winner of every title in four distinct different weight categories and is the only wrestler to not redshirt during the course of his university career.
FAQs Dake Age
1. How Tall is Dake?
He is 5 feet 7 inches tall
2. How Old is Dake?
He is 31 years old
3. What is Dake’s Zodiac Sign?’
Pises is his zodiac sign
4. Where is Dake from?
He is from America
5. Is Dake on TikTok?
Yes, he is
6. Is Dake on Instagram?
Yes, he is on Instagram
7. Is Dake Married?
Yes he is married
8. What is the Name of his Wife?
Megan Dake s the name of his wife
9. When is Dake’s Birthday?
February 25 is Dake’s birthday
10. Is Dake Alive?
Yes, he is alive
Doug Dake, Kyle’s father, and mentor, closely tracked his progress as a wrestler until the young New York athlete reached Cornell University when that job was taken over by coach Rob Koll.