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Finn Balor Net Worth 2024: Money Earned and Wealth of the WWE Superstar

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In the world of professional wrestling, few names shine as brightly as Finn Balor. As of 2024, this WWE superstar’s net worth is estimated to be around $3 million, according to Sportskeeda.

But how did he amass such wealth, and what does it say about his journey in the wrestling world?

Born as Fergal Devitt on July 25, 1981, in Ireland, Finn Balor’s journey in the wrestling world began long before he became a household name in WWE.

He first made waves in New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW) under the ring name Prince Devitt. During his time there, he clinched the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship three times and the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship six times. His partnerships with wrestlers like Minoru and Ryusuke Taguchi were particularly noteworthy.

The Rise of Finn Balor in WWE

Balor’s transition to WWE marked a significant turning point in his career. After signing with WWE, he became a prominent figure in the NXT brand, holding the NXT Championship for an impressive 292 days.

His debut on Monday Night Raw in 2016 further solidified his position, and it was estimated that he earned around $300,000 at that time.

Balor’s Lifestyle and Assets

With success comes a lavish lifestyle, and Finn Balor is no exception. He owns a stunning $400,000 home in Orlando, Florida, where he resides with his wife, Vero Rodriguez.

His love for speed and luxury is evident in his car collection, which boasts of vehicles like the Ferrari 458 Italia, Lamborghini Huracan, Chevrolet Express Van, and the classic Mini Cooper S.

Finn Balor: More than Just a Wrestler

Beyond the ring, Balor has shown his support for various causes. He has been an active supporter of the LGBT community, even releasing a shirt during WrestleMania, with all proceeds going to an LGBT charity.

While details about his other philanthropic endeavours remain limited, it’s clear that Balor is not just a superstar in the ring but also a champion for causes he believes in.

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