Jason Jordan Net Worth

March 27, 2023
1 min read

Born Nathan Everhart on the 28th September 1988 in Tinley Park, Illinois USA, Jason Jordan is a professional wrestler, best known to the world for winning the WWE Raw Tag Team Championship, and WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship, among other feats he has accomplished so far in his career.

Have you ever wondered how rich Jason Jordan is, as of early 2018? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Jordan’s net worth is as high as $220,000, an amount earned through his successful career, active since 2011.

Jason Jordan Net Worth $220,000

Jason became interested in wrestling at an early age, and when he was seven years old commenced his amateur career. While in high school he continued to wrestle, but after matriculation, he enrolled at Indiana University from which he obtained a bachelor’s degree in biology, and minors in chemistry, medicine and social science. During his college years, Jason wrestled for the university team, competing in the 285-pound weight class despite his 225 pounds, particularly using his quickness, and in his senior year he was undefeated the whole season, amassing a record of 35 wins.

While in college, Jason attracted the attention of Gerald Brisco, WWE’s road agent, and in 2010 he was summoned for a tryout and was eventually given a contract, but Jason wanted first to finish his college degree before a professional career. This happened in July 2011, when he signed a developmental contract with WWE, and joined Florida Championship Wrestling, assuming the name Jason Jordan. Unfortunately, FCW existed only until 2012, though Jason managed to record his debut and even win the FCW Florida Tag Team Championship, teaming-up with CJ Parker, so establishing his net worth.

FCW became NXT, but Jason didn’t have much success in the newly formed promotion until late 2015 and early 2016, when he and Chad Bagle won the NXT Tag Team Championship, defeating Wesley Blake and Buddy Murphy, adding a significant amount to his net worth.

Thanks to his rise, Jason was drafted to SmackDown in July 2016, and with his friend and teammate continued to fight against other tag teams. The two won the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship after defeating The Wyatt Family in a four-corner elimination match, that also featured The Usos and Heath Slater and Rhyno, which increased Jason’s net worth to a large degree.

In 2017 he got a new character story, becoming the son of Raw General Manager Kurt Angle, and was moved to Raw. In December he teamed up with Seth Rollins, with whom he later won the Raw Tag Team Championship, thus becoming the first wrestler to win the NXT, SmackDown, and Raw Tag Team Championships.

Most recently, Jason hurt his neck, and is now on hiatus following neck surgery. There is no timetable for his return.
When it comes to his personal life, Jason has been married to April Elizabeth since April 2017.

Tom Ford

As a Senior Writer at Net Worth Post, I spearhead an exceptional team dedicated to uncovering and sharing the stories of pioneering individuals. My passion for unearthing untold narratives drives me to delve deep into the essence of each subject, bringing forth a unique blend of factual accuracy and narrative allure. In orchestrating the editorial workflow, I am deeply involved in every step—from initial research to the final touches of publishing, ensuring each biography not only informs but also engages and inspires our readership.

At Net Worth Post, our mission is to deliver detailed net worth explorations into the lives and achievements of those shaping the future in fields as varied as technology, arts, and philanthropy. My approach combines rigorous research with a storytelling finesse that aims to connect our audience with the extraordinary people behind the headlines. By highlighting their paths to success, challenges overcome, and the impact of their work, we offer our readers a comprehensive look at the figures who are driving change and innovation in our world.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Don't Miss