Daniel Cormier: Net Worth and Endorsements
There have been very few athletes in UFC who have conquered two weight divisions in UFC and Daniel Cormier is one of them. The former Olympian, Cormier was the UFC light heavyweight and heavyweight champion simultaneously.
Daniel Cormier Achievements:
Before his career in MMA, Daniel Cormier was one the most decorated freestyle wrestlers in USA. He has won gold medals in wrestling in PAN American games, and he won a bronze in 2007 world championship. He also represented USA in the olympics in 2004 and secured a 4th place. Cormier was also the team captain for 2008 Olympics in wrestling, but he had to pull out due to kidney failure.
Before making his debut in UFC, Daniel Cormier fought in another elite organization at the moment, Strike Force. In the heavyweight division, Cormier on the title in Strike Force by defeating Josh Barnett.
In UFC, Cormier would start his career in the heavyweight division against former champion, Frank Mir. However, he dropped down to light heavyweight since he did not want to compete against his training partner, Cain Velasquez. In the light weight division Cormier would go on to challenge Jon Jones for the title and would get the first loss of his MMA career.
Cormier won his first UFC title by beating Anthony Johnson to become the UFC light heavyweight champion. Then he would move up to heavyweight to challenge the champion, Stipe Miocic. Cormier shocked the world by knocking out Miocic in the 1st round and become a two division UFC champion.
Daniel Cormier Endorsements:
The estimated net worth of Cormier is around 6 million dollars. HE makes most of the earnings as an athlete in UFC and also as an analysts. Apart from the fight purses, Cormier also has some huge endorsement deals with Reebok, cbdMD, Monster energy. He has also endorsed Popeyes in the past.
- Age 40 years
- Marital Status Married
- Nationality USA
- Team American Kickboxing Academy
Daniel Cormier Stats:
- Height 5ft 11 inches
- Weight 170 Lbs
- Born 20-03-1979
- Reach 72.50 inches