Uriah Hall is a retired mixed martial artist known for his time in the UFC, and here is everything you need to know about ‘Prime Time’ including his net worth, salary, record and endorsements
Uriah Hall Facts
|Birth Place||Spanish Town, Jamaica|
|Father’s Name||To be updated|
|Mother’s Name||To be updated|
|Net Worth (2022)||$1.5 Million (Estimated)|
|Last Fight Earnings||Undisclosed|
|Date of Birth||July 31, 1984|
|Education||To be updated|
|MMA Debut||October 29, 2005|
|Achievements||Former Ring of Combat Middleweight Champion|
|Endorsements||Private Internet Access VPN|
|Social Media||Instagram, Twitter|
Uriah Hall was one of the most terrifying middleweights during his prime. The Jamaican-American retired on the 10th of August, 2022.
Uriah Hall Net Worth and Salary
Uriah Hall has a net worth of $1.5 million, thanks to his 9-year long UFC career. ‘Prime Time’ was a part of the UFC from 2013 to 2022, and had career earnings of over $1.2 million.
His biggest payday was against Chris Weidman. The fight ended with Hall not even having to throw a single strike. All it took was 17 seconds, as Weidman suffered a freak injury. Hall made $156,000 that night.
At UFC Vegas 33, his penultimate fight, Hall earned $91,000 for his loss against Sean Strickland.
For his first fight in the promotion, Hall earned $10,000 in a split decision loss to John Howard. Prior to that, he had earned $8000, in the Ultimate Fighter Finale against Kelvin Gastelum (split decision loss).
Uriah Hall MMA Career and UFC Record
Uriah Hall made his MMA debut on the 29th of October in 2005 at Ring of Combat 9, against Mike Iannone. He won the fight via. KO in just 44 seconds.
Hall was also concentrating on his kickboxing career back then. His next MMA fight was only in the year 2009.
His first loss was against Chris Weidman at Ring of Combat 31 which was his first title defence of his ROC Middleweight Championship.
With a record of 7 wins and 2 losses, Hall made it to the Ultimate Fighter. He lost against Kelvin Gastelum due to a split decision.
Hall made his promotional debut against John Howard, and suffered yet another split decision loss (at UFC Fight Night: Shogun vs Sonnen in August 2013).
‘Prime Time’ then went on a three-fight win streak, which included victories over Chris Leben and Thiago Santos.
Rafael Natal defeated Hall at UFC 187. Once again a split decision loss.
The Jamaican-American then won two back-to-back fights before going on a three-fight skid that started off with a defeat against Robert Whittaker at UFC 193.
After his loss to Paulo Costa at UFC 226, Hall went on a four-fight winning streak, that includes victories over Anderson Silva and Chris Weidman.
His winning streak was snapped at UFC Fight Night 33, against Sean Strickland, as he went down via. unanimous decision.
At UFC 276, Hall faced yet another unanimous decision loss, this time against Andre Muniz.
His record stood at 17 wins and 11 losses at the time of his retirement.
Uriah Hall Personal Life and Endorsements
Uriah Hall was born on the 31st of July, 1984 in Spanish Town, Jamaica. He hasn’t revealed much about his family, except the fact that his parents are Jamaicans.
Judging by his Instagram, Hall is believed to be single. He is best friends with fellow UFC middleweight Kelvin Gastelum.
He currently endorses StrongBoard Balance.
FAQs about Uriah Hall
Uriah Hall has a net worth of $1.5 million.
Uriah Hall was born on the 31st of July, 1984.
Uriah Hall was born in Spanish Town, Jamaica.
Uriah Hall had a record of 17 wins and 11 losses.
Uriah Hall is currently single.
Uriah Hall made his MMA debut on the 29th of October, 2005.
Uriah Hall made his UFC debut on the 17th of August, 2013.
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