Alexander Romanov's Net Worth

Last Modified May 30, 2024 12:25 GMT
Alexander Romanov Net Worth
Alexander Romanov [Image courtesy: @alexandr_romanov_comrat on Instagram]


Alexander Romanov is a 33-year-old professional fighter from Moldova competing in the heavyweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, where he is ranked as the No.13th contender in the weight class. Starting his professional career in 2016, Alexander Romanov currently boasts a record of 17 wins and 2 losses in mixed martial arts. He is a former EFC heavyweight champion and was on a 16-fight win streak up until he faced Marcin Tybura on August 20, 2022.


For his last outing, Romanov faced Blagoy Ivanov at UFC on ESPN: Strickland vs. Magomedov on July 1, 2023. The Moldovan had a unanimous decision win over Ivanov post the three-rounder in Las Vegas, United States. Moreover, the heavyweight fighter is set to face Jailton Almeida in his next fight on June 1, 2024, at UFC 302 in Newark, United States.


NameAlexander Romanov
Net Worth$500K-$1million (approx)
Age33 years old
NationalityMoldovian
PositionSouthpaw
Marital StatusMarried
Source of WealthProfessional mixed martial arts, endorsements, sponsorships, etc.
Salary$48K as a base salary for his last fight
EndorsementsRising Tide Academy, Neural Movement, MatRat Combat, Journey Within, Kogen Jiu-Jitsu&Muay Thai, John’s Fit Meals, etc.


Alexander Romanov Net Worth
Alexander Romanov [Image courtesy: @alexandr_romanov_comrat on Instagram]



How much is Alexander Romanov's Net Worth in 2024?


As per multiple sources, Alexander Romanov has an estimated net worth ranging between $500K to $1 million in 2024. However, the exact figure for his net worth is yet to be disclosed. A promising heavyweight like Alexander Romanov can earn decent via his showcase inside the cage and also earn through other ways like brand endorsements, sponsorships, etc.



Alexander Romanov’s Salary


As per The SportsGrail, Alexander Romanov earned a base salary of $48K for his last outing, along with another $6K as an incentive. Hence, the Moldovan fighter had a guaranteed purse of $54K for his last fight against Blagoy Ivanov. Moreover, Romanov won the three-rounder via a unanimous decision and must have earned more for showcase inside the octagon.




Alexander Romanov’s Other Sources of Income


According to his Instagram, Alexander Romanov is fond of teaching martial arts, especially MMA and Muay Thai to his students. Hence it is likely that the heavyweight contender also earns a fair amount through his teachings.






*Last updated on May 30, 2024.

FAQs

A. As per multiple sources, Alexander Romanov has an estimated net worth ranging between $500K to $1 million in 2024. 


A. Starting his professional career in 2016, Alexander Romanov currently boasts a record of 17 wins and 2 losses in mixed martial arts.


A. Alexander Romanov is 33 years old.  


A. For his last outing, Romanov faced Blagoy Ivanov at UFC on ESPN: Strickland vs. Magomedov on July 1, 2023. 


A. The heavyweight fighter is set to face Jailton Almeida in his next fight on June 1, 2024, at UFC 302 in Newark, United States. 


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