Top 10 Highest Career Earnings in UFC History
UFC is now one of the leading sports in Fighting , today there are number of fighters belong to countries like Brazil , Thailand , USA , Canada , and Russia become part of it . There is a good fighting money that has been paid to the winner of the fight . There are some additional bonus for the fight of the night .
Georges St-Pierre the fighter from Canada who become of the legends in MMA is the most earning star . He is a three time Welterweight Champion of the Ultimate Fighting Championship . Today we are discussing the most career earning athletes in UFC History ever.
|Michael Bisping||35||Great Britain||$4,535,000|
|George St Pierre||33||Canada||$4,452,000|
|Antônio Rodrigo Nogueira||38||Brazil||$3,140,000|
Michael Bisping (Great Britain) : Career Earnings ($4,535,000) :
Michael Bisping is the British trained MMA fighter , His career is outstanding in MMA , he defeated 25 opponents in 32 fights which is a great record for any Mixed martial arts athlete . He recently in November lost his fight from Luke Rockhold . Before joining UFC he is the TUF 3 Light Heavyweight champion . His UFC Debut made on event (UFC 66) . He is still active in and taking part in the UFC Events.
George St Pierre (Canada) : Career Earnings ($4,452,000) :
He is one of the legends in MMA and retired as Canadian mixed martial artist . He shown some great skills in the UFC matches . He is one of the successful stars that has been seen in Decades . He take down 25 fighters in 27 matches which maintain his winning ratio 99% . He is the 2 time UFC Welterweight Championship holder. The last opponent he take down is Johny Hendricks in 2013.
Chuck Liddell (USA) : Career Earnings ($4,382,000) :
Chuck Liddell is one of the most powerful MMA athletes in the UFC , He managed 21 wins in his career out of 29 . He is undefeated from 2004 to 2006 , but lost his championship from “Quinton Jackson” . After that lost he only wins 1 match from all fights in-between 2007 to 2010 before retiring from as MMA athlete. In 2006 he becomes Fighter of the Year by Sherdog.