Uriah Hall UFC Earning: How Much Has Uriah Hall Earned in UFC?

Published 07/30/2021, 1:07 PM EDT


Uriah Hall is set to face Sean Strickland at the UFC Vegas 33 event. This fight will be Hall’s 28th professional MMA fight, out of which the fighter has won 17 and lost 9. Coming into this fight, ‘Prime Time’ is in great form winning his last 4 UFC fights. Hall would love to continue this momentum and rise up the UFC middleweight rankings.

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Hall has been competing in the UFC since back in 2013 and has competed in some big UFC PPVs. Therefore, as Hall prepares to headline UFC Vegas 33, we decided to take a look at the UFC earnings of the fighter.

Back in 2013 for The Ultimate Fighter 17 Finale against Kelvin Gastelum, Hall earned $8000. In his UFC Fight Night debut against John Howard, Hall earned $10,000 despite losing the fight. For his next two wins against Chris Leben and Thiago Santos, ‘Prime Time’ earned $20,000.

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For his next victory against Ron Stallings, Hall benefited from being in a McGregor card and earned $28,000. However, Hall’s first big UFC paycheck came for his victory against Gegard Mousasi as he earned $135,000 for the event.

For his next 3 fights, Hall earned close to $50,000. He finally crossed the $100,000 barrier again as he earned $148,000 for his victory against Krzysztof Jotko at UFC Fight Night 116. Since then Hall has constantly earned more than $100,00 for his UFC performances.

He earned $120,000 for his victory against Bevon Lewis at UFC 232. Following that, he earned $130,000 and $145,000 for his victories against Antonio Carlos Junior and Anderson Silva, respectively. ‘Prime Time’ got his highest payday when he faced Chris Weidman earlier this year as he earned $156,000 for the fight. His UFC career earnings are around $1,177,000.

What to expect from the fight between Uriah Hall and Sean Strickland?

‘Prime Time’ is coming into the fight on the back of 4 consecutive victories. While Sean Strickland is also no less and has won 4 consecutive fights. Both fighters are coming into this fight in great form. However, Strickland will be the slight favorite and will look to get into Hall’s face and make the fight ugly, which might cause problems for Hall.

Who do you think will win this fight between Uriah Hall and Sean Strickland? Let us know in the comments.

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Paras Pande

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Paras Pande is a UFC author at EssentiallySports who is pursuing his graduation in Journalism and Mass Communication. An ardent follower of the UFC, he has been covering the sport for 2 years now. Before joining the team at EssentiallySports, Paras gained expertise as an MMA writer whilst working with Sportskeeda.

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