How much is WWE Adam Pearce’s net worth? The on-screen official has an estimated net worth of US$4 million. He is currently employed as a producer by WWE. He has also served as a trainer and coach at the WWE Performance Center. In addition to this, he is also credited for being five-time NWA World Heavyweight Champion, PWG World Champion and NWA British Commonwealth Heavyweight Champion. He recently came into the limelight when he started having a storyline with WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns who raised issues on his booking decisions.
Adam John Pearce
Date of Birth
June 24, 1978
He is 43 years old as of 2021 considering his birthdate.
Lake Forest, Illinois, the United States
Who is Adam Pearce’s wife?
Pearce is married to Sarah Muravez since 2002. The pair is very satisfied with their conjugal life where they became blessed with two children. Pearce always maintains time for his family despite his busy schedule and family is always in his prioritize list. It seems like he wants to keep his family life away from the media and thus very little information on his personal life is available.
Height and weight
The professional wrestler and former coach at the WWE Performance Center, Pearce stands at a tall height of 6 feet and 2 inches or 1.99m. He weighs about 109.66 kilograms or 241.75 pounds. He has trained many superstars and thus is very concerned about his fitness and a healthy lifestyle.
Early wrestling career
On May 16, 1996, Pearce made his wrestling debut at the age of 18. He started wrestling for independent professional wrestling promotions and started traveling throughout Michigan with Dave Prazak. In his early career, he worked for Dan Curtis’ Northern States Wrestling Alliance (NSWA) and made headlines after being the winner of the IWA Mid-South Light Heavyweight Championship.
He started working as Enhancement Talent making frequent appearances at World Wrestling Federation (WWF). He earned offer for a WCW developmental contract which he declined as he didn’t find interest in relocating to Atlanta.
He has professional wrestling experience with several popular promotions like Californian Independent Circuit, Mexican independents and New Japan, Ring of Honor, National Wrestling Alliance. On December 21, 2014, he left the independent circuit at a television taping where he was defeated by Colt Cabana. The reason for leaving the independent wrestling circuit was to join WWE full-time.
He initially worked as a guest coach and trainer for WWE in December 2013. During 2014, he made multiple appearances as a trainer and guest coach. He was assigned as a producer on WWE’s NXT TakeOver: R Evolution event on December 11, 2014. He signed with WWE to become full-time as a trainer at the WWE Performance Center. He has been contributing for SmackDown on FOX and aw on USA Network as a producer.
He with Dean Malenko appeared during the contract signing between Shinsuke Nakamura and AJ Styles on the June 5, 2018 episode of Smackdown Live. He has frequently seen having in on-screen speaking roles including a match between Bayley and Lacey Evans on the January 17, 2020 episode and a battle royal on the May 29 episode of SmackDown.
He appeared into the limelight after being the on-screen WWE authority figure on both Raw and SmackDown. He was ordered by Vince McMahon to take signatures of Bray Wyatt. Roman Reigns and Braun Strowman for their triple threat no holds barred match at Payback that took place on August 30, 2020. Although he was successful to have the signature of Wyatt and Strowman, he failed to have Reigns’ signature as he wanted some changes to be fixed.
Adam Pearce vs Roman Reigns
A new storyline was developed where Roman Reigns raised issues on Pearce’s recent booking decisions on the January 8, 2021 episode of SmackDown. Pearce’s decision to scheduling a gauntlet match for determining Reigns’ championship contender at the 2021 Royal Rumble was the major issue. Reigns was not happy with the decision and his special counsel Paul Heyman approached upper management to book Pearce for the match too.
During the gauntlet match, Rey Mysterio and Sami Zayn faced each other at first where Mysterio came out as a winner. Shinsuke Nakamura showed amazing performances defeating Baron Corbin and Daniel Bryans. Pearce was the final entrant who was about to fight against Nakamura but Roman Reigns and Jey Uso attacked them. They put Pearce’s body on top of Nakamura’s for the pinfall and the referee’s count made Pearce the winning marking him as the opponent against Reigns at the Royal Rumble.
He is active on Twitter @scrapdaddyap where he has amassed more than 65k followers.