What is Tyron Woodley’s net worth?

Three things you didn’t know about Tyron Woodley’s net worth.

The former UFC welterweight champion, turned rapper, turned broadcaster, turned boxer’s (phew) net worth has been estimated to be about $4 million according to celebnetworth.com, but what else is there to know?

Tyron Woodley was recently cut from the UFC following four straight losses. He hasn’t won a fight since 2018 and holds some of the most boring title fights in UFC history. But somehow he’s still sitting pretty in terms of his bank account. Part of that will be due, in part, to his upcoming fight with Jake Paul.

How much money does Tyron Woodley make per fight?

When Woodley was fighting for the UFC his disclosed earnings ranged depending on who he was fighting and if a title was on the line. Some say he eared $3 million to fight Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson. Others say he made $350,000 plus $40,000 in sponsorship money to fight Colby Covington. Unfortunately there’s no real way to know because many commissions no longer reveal purse information and there’s a lot of under the table or PPV buy data that we just don’t know.

But Woodley did say he’d be making the biggest purse of his career to fight Paul.

“Easiest fight of my career and biggest purse of my career all in one night,” Woodley said during a pre-fight presser. “Basically, they brought me in to take out the trash. Can’t wait to shut this b*tch up. This is getting done for the culture, the whole MMA/boxing community, to rid this guy of combat sports.”

How much money does Tyron Woodley make per day?

We’ll go with the generous $4 million estimation to figure out this math problem. If you divide that by 365, it means he makes more than $10,000 a day.


Tyron Woodley isn’t even close to one of the highest paid UFC fighters

If you think this is a lot of money. Imagine what someone like Conor McGregor makes. McGregor was named the highest paid athlete in the world by Forbes this year and they estimated his earnings at $180 million. Woodley’s $4 million is chump change compared to McGregor.