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Randy Brown net worth in 2023, payouts, UFC record, ranking, age and height

Randy Brown net worth in 2023, payouts, UFC record, ranking, age and height



Randy Brown is a Jamaican-American MMA fighter who currently fights in the UFC welterweight division, find out what is his current net worth, highest payout, MMA fight record, and ranking

Randy Brown made his Ultimate Fighting Championship debut back in 2016 following an appearance on the reality series Dana White: Lookin’ for a Fight.

For me, combat sports is all about creating. There’s nothing like using your chosen arts to create a dope ass moment that will live forever.

— Randy Brown (@TouchNgo_) December 19, 2022

Despite being born in Springfield, Massachusetts, Brown moved to Spanish Town, Jamaica with his mom before eventually returning at 16. He started boxing in 2005 before switching to MMA when he was 19.

Randy Brown Record: 16-4-0 Career statistics: SLpM: 4.38; Str. Acc.: 48%; SApM: 3.25; Str. Def: 54%.
Reach: 78″
TD Acc: 33%
TD Avg: 0.69
TD Def: 71%

Rank: Brown belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Height: 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Fighting out of: Queens, ‎New York‎, U.S‎
Weight: 170 lb (77 kg; 12 st)

He is a Pro MMA Fighter out of Queens, New York and the #15th ranked Top Welterweight MMA fighter.

Ring of Combat

Prior to joining the UFC, Randy Brown participated in the Ring of Combat as a welterweight fighter in 2014. He won all the six fights he took part in, winning the welterweight championship in just his third fight. Following his title win, Brown twice successfully defended his welterweight championship, twice.

Randy Brown net worth

According to various sources, Randy Brown currently has an estimated net worth of around $500,000. Most of his earnings come from his continued success in the UFC and during his time in Ring of Combat.

Randy Brown highest payout

Brown received his highest career payout of around $99,000 back in October 2021, when he faced against Jared Gooden. He won the match by a unanimous vote. Brown’s UFC debut against Matt Dwyer in the Johnson vs. Bader, where he won by unanimous decision, earned him $22,500.

UFC career

Randy Brown made his UFC debut on January 30, 2016, at UFC: Johnson vs. Bader, against Matt Dwyer. Brown won the match via unanimous decision. In the second match against Michael Graves he suffered his first-ever MMA loss via a submission.

Brown went on to win his first match by a TKO on December 9, 2016, at UFC Fight Night 102. He was initially scheduled to fight against Charlie Ward, a promotional rookie. However, Ward could not make it due to visa concerns. Instead, he faced another newbie, Brian Camozzi, whom he won against by a TKO in the second round.

Brown lost his first match by knock out from the hands of Niko Price. He then won his next two consecutive fights before Vicente Luque knocked him out in August 2020.

Randy Brown MMA fight record

Randy Brown currently has an MMA record of 16-4-0. Brown made his professional debut back in 2014 at the Ring of Combat 48 against Steve Tyrrell, and won by submission. He currently practices at the Budokan Martial Arts Academy.

Given below is a breakdown of his professional record:

20 matches 16 wins 4 losses
By knockout 6 2
By submission 5 1
By decision 5 1

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