Davey Boy Smith's Net Worth

Davey Boy Smith's Net Worth

Facts of Davey Boy Smith's Net Worth

Net worth$1.6 million
Date of Birth:1962 November 27
Date of Death:2002 May 18
First NameDavid "Davey Boy"
Last NameSmith
Birth Nation: United Kingdom
Height: 5 Feet 9 Inch

David "Davey Boy" Smith best known under the ring name "The British Bulldog" was a British professional wrestler. He came into the spotlight after appearing in the United States with the World Wrestling Federation. And now people are dying over to know about Davey Boy Smith's net worth.

Though Davey Boy Smith is no longer with us, he is still remembered by all. So, you might be thinking about his net worth, sources of income and his career details, right? Here in this particular column, we will be describing you about his professional career and net worth.

How much is Davey Boy Smith's net worth?

Davey Boy Smith made his professional debut in the year 1978 and since then he was active in the wrestling field until the previous weekend of his demise. He appeared as the professional wrestler throughout his career and had collected a huge amount.

You know, Smith successfully kept every of his personal information behind the curtains and also did not reveal the exact figure of his net worth. Some sources claimed that he collected $1.6 million as his net worth throughout his career.

There are no any records of Smith's salary with the media. Also, he did not reveal his expensive gadgets, cars, motorbikes, house, properties, and assets with the media and to his millions of fans. However, he collected $1.6 million through his wrestling career.

Davey Boy Smith's Career

David Boy Smith started his professional career at the age of 15 on ITV's "World of Sport" under the name "Young David". Bruce Hart took him to Canada to wrestle for Stu Hart. Roy Wood and Stu Hart trained Smith and he later became a key wrestler in Hart's promotion "Stampede Wrestling".

Smith made his debut in 1983 in New Japan Pro Wrestling. Dynamite Kid and Smith formed a team and are known as "British Bulldogs" which made a nice showing in the tournament and drew the interest of World Wrestling Federation.

Vince McMahon bought Stampede Wrestling where The Bulldogs got a chance to World Wrestling Federation. Though the Bulldogs were able to be on All Japan and WWF, McMahon had exclusive rights to the Bulldogs.

After the World Wrestling Federation, Bulldogs again returned to Stampede Wrestling. They even returned to All Japan Pro Wrestling. Sadly, personal reason took in between Billington and Smith; he left All Japan and returned to the WWF in 1990.

While his return to WWF, he started as a single under the name "The British Bulldog". He returned to WWF in a live event on October 6, 1990. He came into the headlines after winning a 15-man battle royal on 14 April 1992.

Smith returned home and started wrestling for All-Star Wrestling in January 1994. But by August 1994, he left All-Star Wrestling and returned to the WWF for the second time.

He again rejoined WCW in 1998 where he formed a tag team with Neidhart. They were only featured on WCW Thunder and challenged for the World Tag Team Championship. In April 1998, they suffered a knee injury and much more serious injury on 13 September 1998. He also battled an addiction to the pain-killing drugs and morphine.

In September 1999, he returned to the WWF for the third following the death of Owen Hart. He defeated Crash Holly on 6 May 2000. Before his death, Smith was training for resuming his career.

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