An American mixed martial artist, Matt Brown is known for the Ultimate Fighting Championship, competing in the Welterweight division. Matt had a solid UFC record of 22 wins and 16 losses. The artist often wins his fights via Ko/TKO and losses via submission.
The 36-year-old MMA Fighter has earned name and fame from his career. And, there is a controversy, career gave him high priced net worth. What was that? Let me explain all out in detail.
What is Matt Brown’s Net Worth?
Matt Brown, an American MMA fighter has boosted most of his wealth from UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship). He has an estimated net worth of $4 million. Similarly, his annual accumulated salary is $800,000.
Amidst UFC Fight Night 40 event back in 2014, Brown earned a staggering payday salary which is worth $182,000 as soon as he won against Erick Silva during the 3rd round TKO. In terms of salary, Matt received a $100,000 bonus post the fight. Or even better, he enjoyed $20,000, which was the highest non-title share of $205,000 Rebook payout to UFC.
According to thesportsdaily.com, Matt Brown’s overall UFC career earning is $1,214,000 since 2004 excluding sponsorship and other income sources. However, Matt hasn’t disclosed his entire net income. Nevertheless, many websites have accumulated his net worth to be around 4 to 5 million dollars.
- At present, Matt Brown ranks 19th in the UFC Welterweight division. Even, he flaunts Five Night Bonuses along with three Fight of the Night, one performance of the Night, and one Knockout of the Night.
- Matt is renowned for his straightforward brawling fighting approach. His favorite striking technique is flying knee.
- Furthermore, Brown holds the purple belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu as well as the brown belt in Judo.
- In 2016, Brown experienced the first TKO loss of his tenure when he faced Jake Ellenberger at UFC 2012.
- That’s not all, Brown also went through a series of post-concussion syndrome and minor short-term memory problem after his fight with Jake.
- Though, it was not the first time he had such a concussion in his career.
- In his lifetime, Brown was once ranked inside Top 10 UFC Welterweight Fighters and fans wanted him to extend his rankings.
- Prior to beginning his career via The Ultimate Fighter in 2008, he has achieved the ISCF, East Coast Welterweight Championship defeating Douglas Lima in 2007.
- Moreover, he suffered from a financial crisis before The Ultimate Fighter tryouts saved him.
- Brown made his UFC appearance at The Ultimate Finale 7 against Matt Arroyo in second-round TKO.
- Similarly, the star won his first MMA match against Ricardo Martinez in Higher Power Fighting in 2007.