Brendan Schaub Net Worth

Facts about Brendan Schaub-

NET WORTH :$25 MILLION
Profession :mixed martial artist and former professional football player
Country:Concord, California
Birthday date:November 13, 1982
Age:40

Brendan Schaub is a mixed martial artist and former professional football player. He was born on November 13, 1982, in Concord, California and had been living there for the past 25 years ever since. He has an estimated net worth of $25 million, most of which stems from his many appearances on television in interviews, fights commentary and as a co-host for The Ultimate Fighter reality show. After retiring from MMA in 2015, he has become more involved with podcasting and TV hosting than before.

  • He earned a football scholarship to the University of Texas at Austin. He played for three seasons, 2001 – 2003, as a tight end before being forced into early retirement due to chronic injuries in his lower body.
  • As a mixed martial artist, he competed from 2009 until 2015 after suffering several consecutive losses.
  • His most famous fight was against Mirko Cro Cop on April 23 2013. He lost via TKO but won the World Heavyweight Championship title that night because of a preplanned interim belt unification agreement with then-champion Vitaly Minakov.

What makes him successful?

Brendan Schaub is a mixed martial artist and football player for the Oakland Raiders. He has been in many different movies and shows, with his most recent one being Battle of the Network Stars on ABC. Brendan earned his fame as an athlete first when he was drafted by NFL’s Atlanta Falcons but had to retire from professional sports due to injuries that led him to become a mixed martial arts fighter.

After winning The Ultimate Fighter Season 11 against Roy Nelson, he later became famous, who now competes at UFC.

In 2009, Brendan teamed up with Randy Couture and Greg Jackson to open their own MMA gym, which they called Xtreme Couture Mixed Martial Arts Academy, located just outside Denver, Colorado, where he currently resides.

In 2013, his mixed martial arts gym was featured in an episode of The Ultimate Fighter: Team Jones vs Team Sonnen, which was aired on FX and Spike TV where he is a coach for the show’s team; Brendan has coached many fighters to victory including Rashad Evans who won against Tito Ortiz at UFC 133 in 2011.

Fame and Work

I first encountered Brendan Schaub while he was a mixed martial artist. He’s also played football in the past, which is why I wanted to include him on this list of athletes who have found fame and work outside of sports.

Brendan started his mixed martial arts career at 23 years old and quickly became one of the most notable heavyweights in that sport for knocking out opponents with just a single punch or kick due to his massive size (he stands six feet two inches).

On November 12 2012, Schaub had an incredible performance against Mirko Cro Cop by knocking him down three times before finishing him off with a knockout in round one. This victory made it clear that Schaub was the world’s best heavyweight mixed martial artist. It would be his last victory in mixed martial arts, as he lost to Travis Browne on March 16, 2013, and then again a month later on April 20 2013, against Gabriel Gonzaga.

Early career

After retiring from mixed martial arts with an impressive record of 21 wins and six losses, Schaub transitioned into mixed martial arts commentary while also hosting a show on Sirius XM Radio entitled “Fight Club.” Nowadays, he spends his time as an actor and comedian who stars in the TV series “Livin’ Lozada” with Lisa Nicole Carson

In addition to mixed martial arts and football, Brendan Schaub has also competed in bodybuilding competitions.

Brendan is a mixed martial artist, football player, mixed martial arts commentator and actor who can be seen on the TV series “Livin’ Lozada” with Lisa Nicole Carson

Personal Life and Earnings

Brendan Schaub is a mixed martial artist as well as an American football player. He was born on November 13, 1982, in Concord, California and had been living there for the past 25 years ever since. According to his Twitter account, Brendan’s family members are mainly from Ireland, but he does not have any Irish ancestry.

He attended De La Salle High School, where he played basketball and football, which made him decide to pursue sports professionally through mixed martial arts (MMA). During this time of high school, his best accomplishment was being part of the team that won two Del Rey League Championships consecutively before graduating in 2001.

After graduating college, Schaub signed with mixed martial arts promotion company World Extreme Cagefighting. He debuted on the hybrid martial arts broadcast under “Brendan “The One” Schaub”. 

His mixed martial arts debut was in 2005 against Brandon Quayle. He won his first two fights and then lost to Justin Eilers in 2006, which now marks his last mixed martial arts fight ten years later. Brendan had a successful career outside of MMA, with him being signed as an undrafted free agent by the National Football League’s Houston Texans. He spent six seasons before retiring from professional football at 29 while remaining part-owner and spokesperson for UFC Fighter apparel company Fight Ready.

Early life

He also has been featured on ESPN College GameDay twice, once during Texas A&M vs Arkansas game in 2008 and again when Notre Dame played USC in 2010.

Brendan has been well-known for his mixed martial arts career, but he also became more popular with the public when he started an online podcast called “The Fighter and The Kid” along with fellow mixed martial artist, comedian Bryan Callen Brendan’s family is Irish American which includes three sisters (two of them being sisters from his mixed martial arts fighting)

Brendan still finds time to play golf, practice yoga and work out regularly. Brendan also has been known for donating money to various charities like the “Toys For Tots” program that works with Marine Corps Reserve Toys Fund by providing toys at Christmas time as well as other organizations in his hometown like the Brendan Schaub Foundation that is focused on helping children with autism, ADHD, and other mental disabilities.

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