Jeff Farmer is a professional wrestler. Jeff Farmer was born on August 14, 1962, in New York City, New York, U.S.. This page will examine Jeff Farmer’s total career net worth.
Jeff Farmer is part of the Paul Farmer (brother). Billed from Arlington, Virginia, U.S. Jeff Farmer has had a prominent time wrestling which debuted in 1991 and which ended in 2005. In the ring, Jeff Farmer was trained by Steve Keirn.
Some of the signature moves employed by Jeff Farmer included the Delayed vertical suplex, Drop toe-hold, Flapjack dropped into a Hangman, Scorpion Death Drop (Inverted DDT) – adopted from Sting (wrestler), Diving clothesline, Sting-O-Matic (Reverse tombstone piledriver), Pendulum backbreaker, Sharpshooter (professional wrestling), and Fireman’s carry takeover. In terms of music, Jeff Farmer has entered the ring to “Ride The Lightning” by Metallica (AJPW; 1993), “Man Called Sting” by D.Conort, M.Seitz, and J.Papa (WCW; 1996), “Tear It Up” by Jimmy Hart and H.Helm (used while a part of the New World Order (professional wrestling)), “Bawitdaba” by Kid Rock (NJPW; 2000-2002), and “Cold Devil” (NJPW; 1998-2000).
Wrestlers’ income are set depending on league, experience, and skill. According to statistics, the standard professional wrestler earns almost $500,000 a year. But some bring in $1,000,000+. In contrast, non-professional local wrestlers get about $100+ per match.
So what is Jeff Farmer’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Jeff Farmer’s net worth in 2018 is: