Kevin Holland is one of the most underrated stars in UFC and here is his net worth and a lot more
|Net Worth (2021)||~$1million|
|Last fight earnings||$255,000|
|Date of Birth||November 5, 1992|
And in that time, his success has probably not done justice to his ability inside the ring.
The 28-year-old American is a force to be reckoned with at 185 lbs. and here is more about his net worth, payouts, family, next fight, and more.
Kevin Holland has a net worth of approximately $1million in the year 2021, all thanks to his career inside the octagon.
He has earned more than $850,000 just for his showings inside the UFC octagon. This, of course, includes the base salary, performance bonus, sponsorships, and win bonuses.
He earned a massive £255,000 in his last fight against Jacare Souza which came at UFC 256. And his pockets should get even heavier in the coming years as he continues to improve.
Kevin Holland has a 21-7-0 professional MMA record and an 8-4-0 record in the UFC since his debut in the promotion against Thiago Santos at UFC 227 in 2018.
Before his time with the UFC, Holland fought in Bellator, Xtreme Knockout, LFA, and even Dana White’s Contender Series 9.
But it is his showing in UFC that has skyrocketed his name in the game. Holland is currently on a 5-fight win streak.
All those 5 wins came in 2020 as he tied the record for most UFC wins in a calendar year, with 5. He finished 4 of those fights and only one bout went the distance.
Holland is very private about his personal life but an interview on TheMacLife revealed that he is a married man.
His wife is Charlese Holland. Not much is known about his personal life with regards to his family, previous affairs, or his children.
But if that’s the way he chooses it to be, then we must respect it. There is no known controversies or scandals regarding his personal life.
Holland was dominant in the fight against the Brazilian Jacare Souza as he won via a round 1 KO.
And he fought Derek Brunson next at UFC Vegas 22, which took place on March 20th, 2021.
Holland came into this fight as the favourite. However, he lost the clash against the more experienced Brunson via a unanimous decision.
The rising UFC star, however, was back in action soon as he faces Marvin Vettori in his next fight.
Vettori was to face Darren Till on April 10. However, Till suffered a broken collarbone and Holland accepted the fight on short notice.
However, Holland was unable to get the win. Vettori used a lot of wrestling, again, to defeat Holland in the five-round bout.
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