Cris Cyborg Net Worth
Cris Cyborg net worth has become one of the highest-profile women fighters worldwide due to her aggressive fighting style and fan following, earning endorsement deals along with lucrative YouTube subscribership numbers. Her YouTube channel also brings in considerable income for her.
She holds three major fighting organization titles – UFC women’s featherweight title and Strikeforce and Invicta FC world titles – making her one of the few women to achieve such an unprecedented feat. Furthermore, she became the first female fighter ever to score an MMA first-round knockout when she defeated Gina Carano back in 2009.
She has won 23 of 29 professional fights, her sole defeat coming at the hands of Amanda Nunes during a UFC title defense bout. Since that defeat, Felicia Spencer and Julia Budd have fallen at her hands to become Bellator women’s featherweight champion, with four successful defense fights for that crown already under her belt.
She has also received several accolades and honors throughout her career for her performance, such as receiving a Fight of the Night bonus award in her debut fight against Karolina Kowalkiewicz. With an aggressive fighting style and unsurpassed skillset, she is considered a formidable competitor within women’s MMA division.
Though she has become so accomplished as a professional fighter, she is also well known as an advocate for women’s rights and charitable worker. She has donated millions in grants and worked with various charities worldwide in providing aid for female beneficiaries.
Cyborg made her professional jiu-jitsu debut in 2005 in Santos, Brazil as Cristiane Justino Venancio and quickly established herself as one of the top prospects on Brazil’s Jiu Jitsu circuit, training with some of its premier coaches.
Early on in her MMA career, she competed in two separate MMA promotions before making her UFC debut in 2010. From there she quickly made an impression, winning both her opening two bouts before continuing on with five more victories before losing out to Tonya Evinger for her title in 2021.
Cyborg won back her Bellator championship after defeating Julia Budd in 2020, and has defended it four consecutive times ever since. Additionally, she will return to UFC next month, facing Cat Zingano again for their first fight.
As of January 20, 2021, Cyborg’s estimated net worth stands at $6 Million. She generates most of her income through fighting, while also being active on social media and signing multiple endorsement deals. Most recently she purchased a Porsche luxury car valued at $286,000 – all included in her net worth estimation.
Fusion Labs, Dunkin’ Orange County, Reebok and GRRRL clothing have signed lucrative endorsement and partnership deals with Cyborg that supplement her earnings in the ring. Her YouTube channel boasts over 2.7 million subscribers and generates substantial advertising revenue and sponsorship deals that benefit her financially.