What is Khabib’s Net Worth? Khabib Nurmagomedov, also known as The Eagle, has an estimated net worth of $3 million and salary of $500,000 in 2018-2019. As of September 2018, he earned $4 million in total from his fight against Al Iaquinta at UFC 223 and the same amount from his about against Conor McGregor at UFC 229. How much will Khabib be making by 2022? How rich is the Russian MMA fighter? Check out all we know about his net worth, income sources, and lavish lifestyle!
Khabib Allakhverdiev was born on November 12, 1988, in Makhachkala, Dagestan. His father served as an officer in Russian Army. At a very young age he lost his mother and he was brought up by his father. He came to Russia at an early age and settled in a suburb of Kaspiysk, Dagestan along with his family. His home had 15 rooms with one servant room where Abdurrashid served them for last 30 years as a servant of their house.
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Mixed Martial Arts Career
UFC 229 was a record-setting night for both Khabib and Conor. In terms of viewership, it far surpassed every other event that has been held in modern MMA history, achieving an estimated pay-per-view audience of over three million in North America alone. This number doesn’t include pirated streams or viewing parties, however it does bode well for both fighters’ earning potential going forward. The reported payout for each fighter came out to $3 million dollars; a record high for UFC events by far.
Mixed Martial Arts and Russian Combat Sambo Fighter (41-0) Currently holding two titles, Nurmagomedov was born in 1988 in southern Russia. His family lived in poverty, partly due to his father’s imprisonment on political charges. Nurmagomedov began wrestling as a child under his father’s guidance, joining a martial arts school at age of 12. He later joined a combat sambo club and eventually transitioned into MMA fighting. As of May 2017, he was undefeated for 10 years (28-0), having won 25 fights by submission and another three by knockout.
Endorsements and Investments
Sponsorships and Endorsements are a common way for athletes to make money outside of prize money. For example, McGregor endorsed Burger King and Hublot Watches; Khabib has also signed a deal with 7-UP and Puma. In 2018, he made $1 million from fight purses but over $2 million from sponsorships alone (excluding endorsements from UFC). He’s set to earn even more in 2019 as his star continues to rise.
House and Cars
As of 2017, Khabib Nurmagomedov lived in a luxury villa. He also owns BMW, Mercedes Benz and Toyota cars. Some of his other assets include a Land Rover Range Rover Evoque vehicle and a private jet. According to Kavkazsport, some estimates suggest that his total property amounts to several hundred million dollars. In addition to that, he also receives $2 million in sponsorship deals every year. His mansion includes six bedrooms and nine bathrooms including gym equipment and expensive furniture. The MMA star has received good money from his fights as well as earnings from advertisements since 2011 when he was signed by UFC.
In 2018, Nurmagomedov donated $500,000 to a charity that promotes construction of mosques in his homeland. He has also hosted children from orphanages at his matches and personally donates financial aid to orphanages. As part of UFC 229, he also helped raise money for a number of programs designed to help veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). As an athlete, Nurmagomedov has taken a lot of flak for skipping out on promotional events and not putting in much effort during press conferences. But if you want to get into his head by seeing how he treats people who aren’t famous or make him money, there are videos on YouTube where you can watch him spend time with orphans in Chechnya.
Khabib’s Net Worth
Khabib Nurmagomedov, also known as The Eagle, has an estimated net worth of $3 million.
Last Updated on January 7, 2022
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