Who is Carl Hayman and what is his net worth 2018? In the world of sports, the former Rugby Union footballer is known as one of the greatest tight-head footballer of all time. He had defied the qualities conventional of a tight-head, thus becoming one of the best. This former player possessed a very strong technique in his 1.93m frame, along with some tidy skills and strong defense. His massive build is definitely a plus point as a lineout lifter.
His full name is Carl Joseph Hayman and he had represented his motherland New Zealand along with two famous Rugby teams of Europe. His career in test series had started in the year 2001. He had to play against the world champion England in the starting of his career. The comprehensive 2-0 won against the world champion England had given his career a mighty boost. From there he had made appearance for New Zealand for 45 times before he had retired in 2015, at the age of 35.
The former footballer was born on 14th November 1979 at Opanuke, New Zealand. He had moved south to Otago with his parents after completing third form year at New Plymouth Boys’ High School. From the first, Hayman has been playing in every age grade team. After moving in the southern part he had attended King’s High School. There he had played in the first XV along with fellow future All Black colleague Tom Willis.
During the year 2009, he had tied knot with the TV presenter Natalie Crook in his hometown Taranaki. She is former OneNews television presenter who had also worked for the radio in Taranaki.
Career: Throughout his professional life, he had been a part of New Zealand national rugby union team, which is also known as All Black. After his debut against Samoa in the year 2001, he had become the 1000th All Black. From that day onwards he had well-served his black jersey and had become a world class prop in the world of Rugby. He had played alongside of the renowned all black players, Tom Willis, Joe McDonnell, Kees Meeuws, Anton Oliver, Clarke Dermody and Carl Hoeft of All Black.
In 1999, Carl had made his debut in Highlanders. After two years, he had become the 1000th All Black replacing Greg Somerville in the match against Samoa. In the same match other two famous players, the elusive back-rower Marty Holah and prop Mark Ranby had also made their debut.
At 2005, Heyman had played for the famous team New Zealand Māori. For New Zealand Māori, he had played against the Fiji at Suva and England and Irish lions at Hamilton. His team New Zealand Māori, had won against the Lions on their 2005 tour to New Zealand.
After getting selected as the top New Zealand player in the year 2006, he had signed a three year contract with Newcastle Falcons, rejecting the offer of the league-winner Sale Sharks.
On the year 2010, he had joined the French club Toulon and played alongside the great players of this club, like Joe Van Niekerk, Juan Martín Fernández Lobbe, Jonny Wilkinson and Felipe Contempo. His team Toulon had won 2013 Heineken Cup Final. Along with the winning, playing for Toulon had also disadvantages for him. Due to his stay in Europe, he couldn’t represent New Zealand in Rugby World cup 2011. He had announced his retirement in January 2015.
Carl Hayman Net Worth
The net worth of Carl Hayman is estimated around $3.8 million. His worth had increased during the years he had played for the Newcastle Falcons, until the year 2010. While he started to play for Newcastle, he had awarded a salary of $1 million, which was indeed a record.
Later, as per record, he was earning NZ$68,000 per month in the year 2013. Around that time, he was also nominated among one of the highest paid Rugby player. He was the solo New Zealander qualified in the top 10 earners in France’s Top 14 Championship, which was published in the elusive Le Journal du Dimanche.
While he was playing for Falcon, a large part of his worth was funded by Northern Rock, the sponsor of Newcastle Falcons. During his career, he had endorsed the brand like Volkswagen.
This former Rugby player had played around 45 matches for New Zealand. He had left for playing for England and France in Europe after a disaster in Rugby world cup 2007 at the age of 27. After his retirement in the year 2015, he was all set to make the new course of life as a coach. In the year 2016, he had made the new assistant coach for Pau. Pau already had a coach from New Zealand, Simon Mannix. However, Carl Hayman was very glad to join a team which is one of the Top 14 team after their win of PRO D2 in 2015.
Starting from the year 2001, the success story of this rugby player is stretched from New Zealand to Europe. After representing All Black, New Zealand national rugby union team for many year, he had played for the important European team like Toulon and Newcastle Falcons. He is not only inspiring but also a good idol for all the Rugby players. We all hope as a coach he keeps on encouraging the other players to achieve their own dream.