Michael Bisping Net Worth 2024: How Much Is Bisping Worth?

Michael Bisping established himself as one of the most well-known superstars on the UFC roster during his mixed martial arts career. Bisping, who won the Cage Warriors light heavyweight belt, Cage Rage light heavyweight championship, FX3 light heavyweight strap, TUF 3 light heavyweight tournament, and UFC middleweight title, became the first British fighter to headline a UFC event and the first British fighter to win a UFC title.
Bisping’s professional career spanned 13 years and included several of other honors, including two International Fighter of the Year awards and the UFC records for most wins and most fights.
How much money did Bisping earn throughout his illustrious mixed martial arts career?

Michael Bisping Net Worth As Of 2019: $9 million

Throughout his career, Bisping has earned an estimated $9 million, according to online reports. The Englishman began his professional mixed martial arts career on April 10, 2004, with an armbar victory over Steve Matthews at Pride & Glory 2: Battle of the Ages. His final pro-MMA bout came on November 25, 2017, in Shanghai, China. Bisping finished his professional career with a record of 30-9.

About Michael Bisping


Bisping was born February 28, 1979, on a British Military Base in Nicosia, Cyprus. His grandfather fled Poland to England following the German Invasion, and Bisping’s family is of noble descent in Poland which led to his moniker “The Count.” Bisping is married to his wife, Rebecca, and the couple has three children.

Early Career (2004-2005)

Bisping began his professional mixed martial arts career as a star on the local circuit. He began his career with a submission victory and racked up a record of 10-0 before getting noticed by UFC officials. During that span, Bisping finished all 10 of his fights — 6 KOs, 4 submissions — and captured the Cage Rage, Cage Warriors, and FX3 light heavyweight championships. Bisping defended his Cage Warriors belt three times before accepting a spot on The Ultimate Fighter.

The Ultimate Fighter

Bisping was cast on The Ultimate Fighter 3: Team Ortiz vs. Team Shamrock, where he continued to compete in the light heavyweight division. Bisping earned a first-round TKO victory over Kristian Rothaermel in the elimination round of the tournament, before submitting Ross Pointon in the semi-finals. Pointon replaced Matt Hamill, who was injured in his opening round fight.
In the season finale, Bisping scored a second-round TKO over Team Ortiz teammate Josh Haynes to win the season 3 tournament and earn a six-figure contract.

UFC Career (2006-2017)

Once in the UFC, Bisping hauled off three consecutive wins to extend his record to 14-0. He then faced off against future UFC light heavyweight champion Rashad Evans and suffered the first loss of his career. After the loss to Evans, Bisping made the move down to middleweight with the hope of making a title run.
Bisping was an eventual mainstay on the UFC roster and was consistently in marquee matches on the promotion’s pay-per-view cards. With multiple Fight of the Night and Performance of the Night honors, “The Count” solidified himself as a fighter to watch.
He came close to securing a title shot on multiple occasions but would fall short in title elimination bouts, before finally earning a title shot at UFC 199 against Luke Rockhold after a win over Anderson Silva. Bisping knocked out Rockhold in the first round and would go on to defend his title against Dan Henderson four months later.
On Monday, May 28, 2018, Bisping officially announced his retirement from mixed martial arts. He dropped his belt to Georges St-Pierre at UFC 217 and then suffered a devastating knockout loss three weeks later.
Now, Bisping appears poised to have a career in the broadcasting booth.










Kelvin Gastelum defeated the former middleweight champion, Michael Bisping with a Performance of the Night at Fight Night Shanghai in 2017.

Michael Bisping Officially Retires From MMA
Michael Bisping Officially Retires From MMA
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