Matt Brown is an American mixed martial artist who competes in the Welterweight category of the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Matt had a winning record of 22 wins and 16 losses in the UFC. The artist frequently wins by KO/TKO and loses by submission.
The 36-year-old MMA fighter has made a name for himself throughout the course of his career. And, contrary to popular belief, his career has resulted in him having a high net worth. What was it again? Let me go over everything in detail.
Matt Brown’s Net Worth 2022/2023
Matt Brown, an MMA fighter from the United States, has made the majority of his money from the UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship). His net worth is believed to be $4 million. Likewise, his total annual pay is $800,000.
Brown received a huge payout compensation of $182,000 when he defeated Erick Silva in the third round by TKO during the UFC Fight Night 40 event in 2014. Matt received a $100,000 bonus after the bout in terms of pay. Or, better still, he received $20,000, the biggest non-title share of the $205,000 Rebook bonus to UFC.
Matt Brown has earned $1,214,000 in the UFC since 2004, according to thesportsdaily.com, ignoring sponsorship and other sources of money. Matt, on the other hand, hasn’t revealed his complete net worth. Nonetheless, numerous websites estimate his net worth to be in the range of $4 to $5 million.
Brown’s Professional Life
- Matt Brown is currently ranked 19th in the UFC Welterweight class. He also has five Night Bonuses, three Fight of the Night awards, one Performance of the Night award, and one Knockout of the Night award.
- Matt is known for his no-nonsense brawling fighting style. The flying knee is his preferred striking method.
- Brown also holds the purple and brown belts in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Judo, respectively.
- When Brown met Jake Ellenberger at UFC 2012 in 2016, he suffered the first TKO loss of his career.
- Brown also suffered from post-concussion syndrome and minor short-term memory problems as a result of his fight with Jake.
- It wasn’t the first time he’d suffered a concussion in his career, though.
- Brown was previously considered among the Top 10 UFC Welterweight Fighters, and fans wanted him to rise even higher.
- He won the ISCF East Coast Welterweight Championship in 2007, defeating Douglas Lima, before starting his career on The Ultimate Fighter in 2008.
- Furthermore, he was in financial trouble before The Ultimate Fighter tryouts saved him.
- Brown debuted in the UFC with a second-round TKO victory over Matt Arroyo at The Ultimate Finale 7.
- In 2007, the star won his first MMA battle in Higher Power Fighting against Ricardo Martinez.