“Stephen Farrelly” came from Ireland to join WWE. He is currently signed to WWE with approved name of “Sheamus”. He has a current net worth of $7 Million (2015) with a market value exceeding $9 Million mark. His salary in the year 2015 and 2013 was $1.6 million and $775,000 with a net worth of $4 Million and earned a salary of $1,100,000 in 2014 with a net worth of $6 Million.
I believe that he is running out of time. He is getting old and I think a world title at least twice will definitely make his retiring very well. He may have left like 3 to 5 years of power in him and definitely someone else will take his place in WWE. I really love his new villain look but definitely he looks awesome in both of his characters.
|Sheamus Salary/career earning 2015:||$1,550,000|
|Winning and other Bonus||$516,667|
|Sheamus Net worth:||$7,000,000|
|Born Place:||Cabra, Dublin, Republic of Ireland|
|Full or real name:||Stephen Farrelly|
Before joining the WWE, he won International Heavyweight belt 2 times during his time in Irish Whip Wrestling. He is a 3 time World Champion, having held the WWE Championship on 2 occasions and World Heavyweight Championship 1 time. He also won the King of the Ring in 2010 and the Royal Rumble in 2012 as well as the previous WWE United States Championship.
|Year||Sheamus Salary||Sheamus wrestler Net worth||Winning Bonus|
|2015-2017 (according to contract)||$1,782,500||–||–|
Without question, he is a dominant powerhouse superstar with a nearly unstoppable moves. He has used his dangerous offense to go head-to-head with some of WWE’s best wrestlers.
Cabra, Dublin, Republic of Ireland is the place where he was born. Sheamus is one of the best professional wrestler who was born on 28-Jan-78. According to Forbes 2015 salary, Stephen Farrelly is earning $1,550,000 per year while winning bonus is $516,667 Now you know how much Sheamus earns. He has a market value of $7,750,000. Next year expected payroll of Sheamus is $1,782,500.
In draft from ECW to WWE in 2009, he continuously entered himself into the competition, at last defeating “John Cena” to become the 1st Irish-born WWE Champion.