“Heath Slater” is the ring name of “Heath Miller”. He was the part of NXT’s 1st season where he finished 4th. He has a current net worth of less than $1 Million. He became the 1st NXT competitor to defeat a WWE regular wrestler, when he defeated “Carlito”. His current salary earning is $270,000 whereas has earned a salary of $140,000 and $195,000 in 2013 and 2014 respectively.
I think he is almost of no use in WWE. He has to go or the WWE Story makers have to reinvent this character because his losing streaks as well as poor ring appearance is definitely of no use for WWE. He is just a headache to WWE and WWE fans, contributing in the show’s drop rating. He is not that much talented.
|Heath Slater Salary/career earning 2015:||$285,000|
|Winning and other Bonus||$95,000|
|Heath Slater Net worth:||$900,0000|
|Born Place:||Pineville, West Virginia, United States|
|Full or real name:||Heath Miller|
He has a sponsorships earning of $70,000. He was trained by “Curtis Hughes”. In 2006, Miller signed a developmental category contract with WWE and sent to Deep South Wrestling (DSW) and was later in 2007 shifted to Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW). He was one of the 20 wrestlers to be transferred from DSW to FCW after WWE finished their contract with DSW.
|Year||Heath Slater Salary||Heath Slater wrestler Net worth||Winning Bonus|
|2015-2017 (according to contract)||$327,750||–||–|
Pineville, West Virginia, United States is the place where he was born. Heath Slater is one of the best professional wrestler who was born on 15-Jul-83 .According to Forbes 2015 salary, Heath Miller is earning $285,000 per year while winning bonus is $95,000 Now you know how much Heath Slater earns. He has a market value of $1,425,000 .In 2015 expected payroll of Heath Slater is $327,750.
In 2007, he hosted his own show “Party Time” in FCW. He was managed by “Christian” in NXT. Before his wrestling debut, he also appeared in a comedy show, Blue Collar. His career honors include FCW Florida Heavyweight Title, FCW Florida Tag Team Title, FCW Southern Heavyweight Title, NWA/GCW Columbus Heavyweight Title, ranked 100 by PWI Top 500 wrestlers of 2010, WWE Tag Team Title and a 2010 Slammy Award.