WWE Velveteen Dream’s Net worth, Age, Religion, Affair, Height and Weight

Velveteen Dream

How much is WWE Velveteen Dream’s net worth? The professional wrestler from Washington, D.C. has an estimated net worth of US$899,900. He has been performing on the NXT brand and has been able to mark quick success in his wrestling career which he started in 2014. He made his debut from the Maryland Championship Wrestling promotion where he earned the MCW Tag Team Championship with Lio Rush. He won the NXT North American Championship after marking a win against Johnny Gargano.

What is the real name of Velveteen Dream?

His real name is Patrick Clark Jr. which is also his birth name.

Date of birth

He was born on August 19, 1995.

Place of birth

Washington, D.C., the United States


Considering his date of birth, Clark is 26 years old as of 2021.

Date of debut

October 3, 2014


Christianity (possibly)

Sexual harassment allegations

Wrestler Velveteen Dream was accused of sending indecent images to underage boys on Instagram in April 2020. The incident came out public when a Reddit user posted screenshots of what appeared to be a naked wrestler on the subreddit r/SquaredCircle. However, the wrestler has denied all those allegations.

He was dragged into the national headlines after being accused of sending a sexually explicit photo to an underage girl in June 2020. He was also charged with allegations of having inappropriate communications with underage boys. In response, WWE stated that they investigated the matter and couldn’t explore anything.

Height and weight

Wondering how tall is the American wrestler, Velveteen Dream? He stands at a tall height of 6 feet and 2 inches or 188 cm. He has maintained a bold figure and is blessed with an attractive body type. Many young boys dream of having a body like him that possesses heavy muscles and a catchy tall figure.

His skin color is dark brown in nature whereas his eye color is black. Similarly, he has beautiful black Afro-textured hair. His billed weight is 103 kilograms or 227 pounds. Being a professional wrestler, he has adopted a healthy and balanced lifestyle.

Is Patrick Clark Jr. married?

Patrick Clark Jr. isn’t married and seems like he is in no hurry to celebrate his wedding.

Current relationship status

He is single as of now.

Past relationship with journalist/ actress Cathy Kelley

Velveteen Dream was previously in a relationship with journalist/ television host/ actress Cathy Kelley (born on September 27, 1988). An interesting fact between them is they have an age gap of 7 years where Kelley is elder to him. As per some reports, the pair remained in the relationship for over a year during which they were too happy and supportive/ encouraging.

The duo has already apart and went through their separate ways. However, the real issue that made them split is not disclosed yet and perhaps would not come in the media. They had many photographs together on social media which they removed following their break up.

His ex-girlfriend Kelley has worked for WWE from 2015 to February 2020 where her last appearance was at NXT TakeOver: Portland. She played the role of a Flight attendant in the American sitcom #blackAF which was created by Kenya Barris also starring Rashida Jones as Joya Barris, Genneya Walton as Chloe Barris, Kenya Barris as Kenya Barris and Iman Benson as Drea Barris.

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How was the early career of Velveteen Dream?

He gained his professional wrestling training at the Maryland Championship Wrestling training center where his trained was Patrick Brink. On October 3, 2014, he made his debut after completing hard four months of training where his ring name was “Rick Powers”. One of his major earlier successes was winning the MCW Tag Team Championship with Lio Rush in 2015.

He also used the ring name “Slugger Clark” for a short time but later switched to “Patrick Clark” in February 2016. Before entering WWE, he also made appearances in several independent promotions like World Xtreme Wrestling and Combat Zone Wrestling.

WWE career

For the WWE reality television program WWE Tough Enough’s sixth season, he was selected as a contestant which started airing in 2015. He got eliminated in the fifth episode despite being recognized as one of the favorites to win the competition. He was placed ninth overall in the series. He signed a developmental contract with WWE which was reported on October 17, 2015. He made his ring debut for the company on February 5, 2016, in a losing effort against Riddick Moss in Lakeland, Florida.

On the July 20 episode of NXT, he made his television debut where he experienced a loss against Austin Aries. He confronted and challenged NXT Champion Shinsuke Nakamura on the October 19 episode of NXT. His first televised victory was recorded against Sean Maluta on the March 1, 2017, episode of NXT.

He started making appearances in weekly vignettes from the May 3, 2017 episode of NXT where he made his debut as a new Prince-inspired character called Velveteen Dream. He defeated Robert Anthony on the May 24 episode of NXT where he debuted as a heel. He interrupted Aleister Black on the September 20 episode of NXT. He lost to Black at NXT TakeOver: WarGames. For a qualifying match for a number one contender’s fatal-four-way match for the NXT Championship, he was supposed to meet Kassius Ohno on the December 6 episode of NXT. However, he couldn’t compete in the match following an injury which made him replaced by Johnny Gargano.

He interrupted Gargano on the January 10, 2018 episode of NXT. He was later confronted backstage by Ohno on the January 24 episode of NXT whom he defeated at NXT TakeOver: Philadelphia. He competed in several TakeOver events in 2018 including NXT TakeOver: New Orleans, NXT TakeOver: Chicago II (defeated by Ricochet) and NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn IV (win against EC3).

He started a feud with NXT Champion Tommaso Ciampa on the September 26 episode of NXT. He lost his opportunity to earn the NXT Championship NXT TakeOver: WarGames. He participated the 2019 Worlds Collide tournament on February 2, 2019, at Royal Rumble Axxess where he marked a win against Tony Nese in the first round. He secured another win against Humberto Carrillo in the quarterfinals. He defeated Jordan Devlin in the semifinals and finally won a future singles championship match of his choice on the NXT or NXT UK brands by beating Tyler Bate in the final. He decided to challenge Johnny Gargano for the NXT North American Championship whom he defeated in the February 20 episode of NXT. This was the first-ever title that he won in WWE.

He defeated Matt Riddle at NXT TakeOver: New York making him retain his title. He defended his title against several superstars like Pete Dunne, Roderick Strong, Tyler Breeze, and Buddy Murphy. He lost the title to Roderick Strong on the September 18 episode of NXT following interference by The Undisputed Era ending the longest reign of 231 days in the title’s history. Following an injury, he made his return on the February 5, 2020 episode where he attacked The Undisputed Era. He challenged Adam Cole for the NXT Championship but because of a pre-match stipulation, he was unsuccessful.

He suffered from an injury after having a car accident and made his return on the August 12 episode of NXT where he participated in a triple threat match also involving Cameron Grimes and Kushida. He was qualified for a spot in a ladder match after defeating Finn Balor the following week on NXT. The win made him qualify for the vacated NXT North American Championship at NXT TakeOver: XXX where his effort to win the title was failed.

Twitter account

He is active on Twitter @dreamwwe where he has amassed more than 100k followers.

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