Ronda Rousey’s Net Worth
|Ronda “Rowdy” Rousey Net Worth|
after UFC #190 Championship Fight
Ronda Rousey is quickly becoming one of the Most Famous and Highest Paid Celebrity Stars in the entire world. Not because of her acting career, yet, but because Ronda Rousey has emerged as one of the Best MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) Fighters of All-Time, both male, and female. Rousey is simply dominating this combat sport with a perfect 12-0 MMA fighting record for the UFC after crushing her latest opponent, Bethe Correia. Ronda went one step further and publicly stating exactly how she would dominate this fight during the pre-fight interviews.
Ronda’s last three fights combined fighting inside the Octagon lasted for a total of 64 seconds. How much Ronda Rousey’s Net Worth has grown for a little over a minutes worth of “work” is now measured in the multi-millions as Her fame and popularity continue to grow. Rousey was in at least three different commercials (that I’ve seen) leading up to the “Pay-Per-View” event that Ronda also received a financial percentage right off the top. Not only has Ronda “Rowdy” Rousey helped grow the entire UFC Brand to the point Dana White would give her anything she asked for, but She’s also taken commanding control of her financial future.
Ronda Rousey’s Net Worth was approx. $5 million after defeating Cat Zingano in February 2015 in 14 seconds with her now famous arm-lock move. Rousey reportedly made $65k for the fight and another $65,000.00 for the win. Ronda also made an estimated $1 million from the “Pay Per View” receipts that are helping set-up a “Mayweather type” Mega Payday potentially with Chris Cyborg, another MMA Champion fighting in a higher weight class.
The last UFC fight #190 in Brazil on August 1, 2015, was because that’s where Ronda Rousey wanted to fight her loud mouth opponent. How much money Rousey made from being the #1 Main Event on Pay-Per-View was irreverent as far as she was concerned, she probably would’ve done it for free. Ronda told the entire world what she was going to do to Bethe Correia, an undefeated MMA Fighter with an impressive 9-0 record, and that’s exactly what she did taking 34 seconds to accomplish her latest “long-term” goal.
After another impressive fight lasting less than a minute, it was just as impressive how much Ronda Rousey’s Net Worth increased from this one fight alone. When you add it all up, (Fighting, Winning, Commercial Endorsements, Pay Per View, etc.) Ronda made an estimated $2 to $3 million for what amounted to 34 seconds and a lifetime worth of work perfecting her skills. This is in addition to the estimated $5 million she’s made previously during her entire career. Ronda Rousey’s Net Worth is now estimated between $7 to $8 million after the Bethe Correia fight in Brazil.
Will Ronda Rousey someday Top the Highest Paid Athlete Yearly Chart like Floyd Mayweather currently does? A lot of people think after Mayweather and Pacquiao “Fight of the Century” that dang near put them to sleep, it’s time for UFC and Mixed Martial Arts to go mainstream in a “Major” way. Would you rather watch a twelve round technical fight where even the smallest of jabs actually count as points, or would you rather watch the Best of the Best Ultimate Fighters knocking the chit out each other in record time?
With the right opponent (Cyborg) and a few more decisive wins within the first round, Ronda Rousey could easily attract a “Fight of the Century” crowd willing to pay top dollar for a Pay-Per-View ticket. Instead of some people complaining how boring the fight was, they’ll be complaining how much it cost per second to watch the main event.
Congratulations Ronda on your new Starring Role in your new Autobiography called “My Fight- Your Fight“.