Rose Namajunas is one of the most famous female UFC and MMA fighters at the moment and here is her net worth, payouts, and a lot more
Rose Namajunas Facts
|Birth Place||Milwaukee, Wisconsin|
|Mother’s Name||Jolita Frank|
|Net Worth (2023)||$1.5 million|
|Last Fight Earnings||To be updated|
|Date of Birth||June 29, 1992|
|Education||Milwaukee High School of the Arts|
|MMA Debut||January 5, 2013|
|Achievements||UFC women’s strawweight champion|
|Endorsements||ONX Labs, Monster Energy, RVCA Sport|
Rose Namajunas has had a steady rise to fame. She made her name at Invicta FC before being one of the main contenders on The Ultimate Fighter: A Winner Will Be Crowned in December 2014.
Last Updated: 07-11-2021
She has competed in the women’s strawweight division and has taken part in some historic UFC title fights, especially her 2 fights against the Polish fighter, Joanna Jedrzejczyk. She hasn’t really fought that much recently and has been rather inactive.
In fact, she has had just 3 fights in the last 36 months. She would look to change that this year as the former strawweight champion wanted to win her crown back, and she did it against the impressive Zhang Weili at UFC 261.
Rose Namajunas Net Worth and Payouts
Rose Namajunas has a net worth of approximately $1.5 million. Considering that female UFC fighters struggle to earn as much as their male counterparts, that is an impressive figure. That sum is also solely down to her career as a professional MMA fighter.
As for her payouts, she took home a cool $160,000 in her last UFC fight against Jessica Andrade at UFC 251. But that is not what the most she has ever earned from one fight.
Namajunas’ two title bouts against Jedrzejczyk saw her take home a combined $470,000. In total, the American has made close to $1.52 million from her UFC payouts in total, and is expect to add a lot more to that in the coming years.
For her rematch win against Zhang Weili at UFC 268 in November 2021, Namajunas earned an impressive $262,000.
Rose Namajunas MMA and UFC Record
Rose Namajunas boasts a 12-4-0 professional MMA record which becomes 9-3 when her time in the UFC is considered (including the TUF final in December 2014). The former champ has lost just once in her last 5 fights.
But that loss was telling. It came against Jessica Andrade where she failed to defend her belt that she won from Jedrzejczyk at UFC 217. She did manage to beat Andrade in a rematch, though.
But by then, the Brazilian had lost her belt to Zhang Weili of China at UFC Fight Night 157. Nevertheless, she had a chance to win back her belt and take her professional MMA wins to double figures at UFC 261, and boy did she do it in style.
Once again, at UFC 268, Namajunas emerged victorious, successfully defending her title, after going back and forth with Weili for 5 rounds.
Rose Namajunas Boyfriend, family, and endorsements
Rose Namajunas is the fiancée of former UFC and Glory heavyweight, Pat Barry. Namajunas is a hardcore Christian and an outspoken anti-communist. She doesn’t post much about her family on her social media accounts but shares a lot about her career inside the octagon on her Instagram account.
She was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Lithuanian parents and was named Rose after her great-grandmother’s name. Her nickname of ‘Thug Rose’ was given to her when she was young because of her intimidating scowl.
As for her sponsors, she has quite a few, but her sponsorship deal with Reebok is pretty prominent and she has also featured in a recent Super Bowl ad for Guaranteed Rate.
She also endorses ONX Labs, Monster Energy and RVCA Sport.
FAQs about Rose Namajunas
Rose Namajunas has a net worth of $1.5 million.
Rose Namajunas was born on the 29th of June, 1992.
Rose Namajunas was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Rose Namajunas made her UFC debut on the 12th of December, 2014 against Carla Esparza at the Ultimate Fighter: A Champion Will Be Crowned Finale.
Rose Namajunas’ partner is former UFC heavyweight Pat Barry.
Rose Namajunas’ MMA record is 12 wins and 4 losses.
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