Carlos Condit's net worth explored as former UFC interim champ retires

Shamanth Jayaram September 17, 2021
Carlos Condit's net worth explored as former UFC interim champ retires

Former UFC interim welterweight champion Carlos Condit has retired from MMA, the 37-year-old’s long-time manager, Malki Kawa, has confirmed to ESPN.

Condit was undoubtedly among the best MMA welterweights during his prime years in the 2000s. He joined the UFC in 2009 and, despite a loss on debut, he made an excellent name for himself.

However, after an underwhelming run since 2016, it did look as though Condit’s time was up, and he has decided the same.

A look at Carlos Condit net worth – Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images

Carlos Condit: Net worth

Since ESPN broke the news about Condit’s retirement, UFC fans have been curious to learn about his net worth.

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After a fairly successful 19-year career in MMA, 12 of which were in the UFC, many assumed he would have amassed a fortune. However, much to some supporters’ surprise, he’s not in the millionaire’s club just yet.

According to Celebrity Net Worth, the Albuquerque, New Mexico-born martial artist is currently worth around $500,000.

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The Natural Born Killer’s recent record

Condit retires from MMA with a record of 32 wins and 14 losses. That’s not the greatest record, but it’s not a terrible one either. However, his luck over the past five years have been far from good.

Condit, nicknamed The Natural Born Killer, won just two of his last eight fights. Back-to-back wins against Court McGee and Matt Brown made it look as though he was about to turn things around, but his unanimous decision loss to Max Griffin in UFC 264 proved to be the end.

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It will be interesting to see what Condit does next. A job in the media is a career path many fighters have taken post-retirement, but the 37-year-old could well jump on the YouTube boxing bandwagon and take on someone like Jake Paul. Only time will tell.

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Shamanth Jayaram works as a Senior Editor at GRV Media. After dipping his toes in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, he decided to switch careers and joined GRV Media in 2019. He has published stories on HITC, The Boot Room, Arsenal Insider and The Focus, and has been editing entertainment content for over a year now. Shamanth has been an Arsenal fan for more than two decades. He also enjoys a bit of UFC every now and then.