Quickly becoming one of the most famous and highest paid fighters to ever live, Ronda Rousey truly appears to be on an un-stoppable force to be reckoned with. MMA, Judo, and even possessing a knack for acting just to top it all off; it’s pretty safe to say that Ronda is on the fast track towards becoming one of the most successful women of her time. But how much has all of her hard work assisted her from a financial perspective? Let’s just say that Ronda’s net worth truly does appear to have made it all well worth the fight!
Ronda Rousey’s Net Worth as of 2019: $10 Million
With an estimated yearly salary of $625,000, along with endorsements and sponsorship’s equally to roughly $130,719, Ronda Rousey is sitting pretty with a net worth of roughly $10 million. Now, let’s take a look at how Ronda become the millionaire that she is today; knock-out style!
Ronda made her big MMA debut as an amateur on August 6, 2010 in which She defeated her opponent Hayden Munoz by submission due to an armbar in a lightening-quick 23 seconds. From there, she went on to enter the quarterfinals of the Tuff-N-Uff 145 lbs women’s tournament in which she kicked some serious butt in, and then went on to win yet again at the the Tuff-N-Uff semi-finals.
Ronda’s amateur days were obviously very short lived. In 2011, after quickly experiencing enormous success as an amateur, she announced that she would be going pro.
March 27, 2011: Ronda made her professional mixed martial art debut at “King of the Cage: Turning Point” in which she kicked some serious butt straight out the gate by submitting Ediane Gomes with an armbar in 25 seconds.
June 17, 2011: She faced kickboxing champ Charmaine Tweet at “Hard Knocks Fighting Championship: School of Hard Knocks” taking her out with an armbar in 49 seconds, bringing in a solid $40,000 for the win.
March 2012: Ronda Kicked Miesha Tate’s butt in the first round at a Strikeforce fight in Columbus, taking her down with an armbar, and bringing home a fantastic $80,000.
November 2012: the Ultimate Fighting Championship announced that Ronda would become the very first woman to join the UFC, and Rousey fans world wide went wild with anticipation; serious dollar dollar bills, commenced!
February 2013: Ronda Successfully defended her Bantamweight Championship title winning $697,365 in a fight against Liz Carmouche.
December 2013: Later that year, Ronda went on to pocket a whopping $1,750,000 by kicking Miesha Tate’s butt at UFC 168.
Ronda made her big on screen debut in 2014 by co-starring in The Expendables 3, but the movie was just the tip of the ice burg on regards to her success in 2014.
February 2014: Still in business, Ronda took down Sara McMann in the main event at UFC 170 pocketing $632,395 for her butt kicking efforts.
April 2014: She went on to defend her UFC title once again defeating Alexis Davis in the co-main event with one incredible knock-out that also just so happened to assist her in gaining $120,000 for the fight alone, along with a nice fat $50,000 bonus check to go along with it.
2015 was a big year on regards to Ronda’s acting career. Not only did she appear in Fast in the Furious 7, but she also made her way onto the big screen in the Entourage Movie. But of course, her success didn’t stop there!
February 2015: Ronda Won a fight against Cat Zingano with an armlock in 14 seconds, took home $65,000 just for showing up, and another $65,000 for taking home the gold, along with an estimated 1 Million in pay per review endorsements.
August 2015: Ronda Faught Bethe Correia in Brazil at UFC 190, winning by knockout 34 seconds into the first round. The fight, which was Ronda’s 6th official match (all of which she has won, by the way!) assisted her in adding another $200,000 to her bankroll.
2016 – 2017
Ronda Rousey is scheduled to fight Amanda Nunez for the UFC Women’s Bantamweight Championship at UFC 207 on December 30th.
Estimated to be the highest paid fighter in the biz, Ronda Rousey has spent 1077 seconds in the octagon during her time as a UFC fighter, bringing in a whopping $1,080,000 in prize money, which equates to an insane $1002.79 for every second she’s spent in the ring. To put it simply, Ronda Rousey’s current net worth of $7 million is just bound to keep on climbin’!
December 31, 2016: Ronda Rousey despite a quick 48-second loss, Ronda Rousey earned a flat payday of $3 million at UFC 207.
Aside from brutalizing her opponents, Ronda Rousey expresses her wish to play the role of Ms. Marvel in the upcoming Ms. Marvel movie scheduled for release in 2018.
Ronda Rousey’s big match in Royal Rumble 35 in 2019 is not fixed yet, so fans have to wait longer for confirmation, according to the editor of Figure Four Weekly.