Wanderlei Silva Net Worth

What Is Wanderlei Silva Worth?

Wanderlei Silva's Net Worth is $18 Million

From an early age, Silva was propelled by battling, and little by minimal educated the essentials of Muay Thai and kickboxing at the Chute Boxe Academy. Quite a while later he joined the military, and on account of his battling abilities, rapidly ascended in the positions. While still in the military, he joined Vale Tudi and Brazilian jiu-jitsu school. In view of many battles in the Vale Tudo style, Wanderlei picked up scars around his eyes.

1996

His expert profession started in 1996 against Dilson Filho, whom he beat by KO in the first round. He battled and won one more match in BVF, against Marcelo Barbosa by TKO, as Marcelo harmed his shoulder and submitted. He at that point stepped forward and battled in International Vale Tudo Championship occasions, crushing such contenders as Sean Bormet, Egidio da Costa, and Mike Van Arsdale, yet additionally recorded his first misfortune, against Artur Mariano. After a couple of more effective sessions, Silva won the IVC Light-Heavyweight Championship in 1999, against Eugene Jackson. His total assets were rising consistently with his triumphs.

1998

He joined UFC in 1998, and battled against Vitor Belfort on sixteenth October that year, yet lost the match after just 44 seconds; in any case, he ricocheted back with a triumph over Tony Petarra. In 2000 he confronted Tito Ortiz for the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship however lost through consistent choice. He at that point left UFC and battled in PRIDE, however, in the long run, came back to UFC in 2007, and from that point forward has won matches against such contenders as Keith Jardine – procuring Knockout of the Night and Knockout of the Year respects – Michael Bisping, Cung Le, and Brian Stann.

2014

In 2014, Silva declined to take a medical test, and subsequently, he got a lifetime boycott by the Nevada State Athletic Commission. Be that as it may, his boycott was decreased to three years, however, in 2016 he exited UFC.

Silva has had the most accomplished in PRIDE Fighting; he joined the association in 1999, and in his introduction coordinate he battled against Carl Ognibene and won by consistent choice. He proceeded in a similar beat, battling against Daijiro Matsui and Bob Schrijber. In 2001 Silva won the Pride Middleweight Championship, crushing Kazushi Sakuraba by TKO after just 30 seconds of the battle. He figured out how to safeguard the title four times, previously losing it to Dan Henderson in 2007. Likewise, in 2003 he was the victor of the Pride Middleweight Grand Prix Tournament, crushing Quinton Jackson in the finals. He achieved the semi-finals in 2005 losing to Ricardo Arona, and again in 2006 this opportunity to lose to Mirko Filipovic. All things considered, his total assets were progressing.

Silva`s latest exercises incorporate a multi-battle contract with the Bellator MMA, and he will make a big appearance on 25th May 2017 when his boycott stops.

He likewise contended in a label group catching a match in the Rizin Fighting Federation nearby Kiyoshi Tamura, against Kazushi Sakuraba and Hideo Tokoro; the match finished in a draw. Besides, it was planned for Silva and Marko Filipovic to battle as a piece of the Rizin 16-man open weight competition, be that as it may, Silva hauled out of the battle.

As to individual life, Siva has been hitched to Tea since 2002 and has a child with her. Likewise, he has a girl from one of his past connections.

Wanderlei now holds double citizenship, as he turned into a US subject in April 2016.

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Wanderlei Silva Biography

Wanderlei César da Silva conceived July 3, 1976, in Curitiba, Brazil. Nicknamed “The Ax Murderer” and “Cachorro Louco” (Portuguese for “frantic canine”), is a Brazilian blended military craftsman who has contended in Japan’s Pride Fighting Championships and the American-based Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). He holds the record for the most wins, knockouts, title barriers, and longest winning streak in PRIDE history. He is the previous PRIDE Middleweight Champion, and the 2003 PRIDE Middleweight Grand Prix Tournament Champion. He is presently marked with Rizin Fighting Federation and Bellator MMA.

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