Jailton Almeida Net Worth

Last Modified May 24, 2024 01:24 GMT
Jailton Almeida Net Worth
Jailton Almeida (Photo courtesy: Jailton Almeida Instagram)


Jailton Almeida is often considered a rising star in the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s heavyweight division. With his undefeated win streak in and out of the promotion, the Brazilian fighter has earned a lot of attention among fans within a short span of two years. From earning a UFC multi-fight contract via a second-round submission win to his recent first-round submission win, Almeida has made a point by finishing his opponents inside the octogen from 2021 to 2023.


Like most Brazilian fighters, Jailton Almeida also started off with regional fighting promotions, and it was during this time he suffered two losses in his professional career. However, with a record of 10 wins and 2 losses, he became the FON light heavyweight champion. Later, with 13 wins and 2 losses, he became The Thunder Fight light heavyweight champion in early 2021.


Moreover, with a record of 13 wins and 2 losses, along with an 8-fight win streak, Jailton Almeida had his shot at the Dana White’s Contender Series in 2021. He successfully made use of the opportunity and finished his opponent Nasrudin Nasrudinov via a rear naked choke submission in the second round. Since then, up until his previous fight against Jairzinho Rozenstruik, Almeida has managed to finish all his opponents inside the cage. Hence, the Brazilian fighter has been a fight night event headliner afresh. Moreover, he is set to face Alexander Romonov for his next fight on June 1, 2024 at UFC 302.


NameJailton Jesus Almeida Junior
Net Worth$2 million(approximately)
Age32
NationalityBrazilian
StanceOrthodox
Marital StatusIn a relationship
Source of WealthProfessional mixed martial arts, endorsements, sponsorships, merchandise, etc.
Salary$310K as a base salary for his previous fight
EndorsementsCredcesta VISA, SB Saude, Fonte D’Vida, Body Fusion, Stake, Full Violence, Medvida Brasil, etc.


Jailton Almeida Net Worth
Jailton Almeida (Photo courtesy: Jailton Almeida Instagram)



How much is Jailton Almeida Net Worth in 2024?


According to multiple sources, Jailton Almeida has a net worth estimated to be around $2 million in 2024. Since making his professional MMA debut in 2012 to his latest undefeated stint inside the Ultimate Fighting Championship, Almeida has his major source of income from his mixed martial arts showcase. Moreover, like most UFC fighters, Almeida also represents his country inside the promotion and thus has numerous endorsement and sponsorship deals in and out of Brazil. Within a span of two years inside the octagon, he has already headlined two fight night events.




Jailton Almeida Salary


Jailton Almeida earned a base salary of $310K for his fight against Jairzinho Rozentruik. Almeida headlined the event along with Rozenstruik on May 13, 2023, in North Carolina, United States. Moreover, with a first-round submission win against ‘Bigi Boy,’ Almeida earned an extra $100K as a win bonus, $15K from sponsorships, and another $50K as a ‘Performance of the Night’ bonus from the UFC. Hence, Almeida earned a lump sum of around $465K for his last fight at UFC Fight Night: Rozenstruik vs. Almeida.




Jailton Almeida Endorsements


Jailton Almeida has endorsement deals with numerous brands ranging from medical to modern betting. Some of the recent endorsements done by the Brazilian fighter are Credcesta VISA, SB Saude, Fonte D’Vida, Body Fusion, Stake, Full Violence, Medvida Brasil, etc.





Jailton Almeida Other sources of Income


Another source of income for the UFC’s upcoming superstar is that he has his own merchandise sold on the internet. Even though Jailton Almeida does not solely own the merchandise, it seems like the Brazilian fighter has a deal with an online store called Full Violence, where his t-shirts and other pieces of stuff are sold.





*Last updated on May 24, 2024.

FAQs

A. Jailton Almeida has a net worth estimated to be around $2 million in 2024.


A. Jailton Almeida is 32 years old. 


A. Jailton Almeida earned a base salary of $310K for his previous fight against Jairzinho Rozentruik.


A. Some of the recent endorsements done by the Brazilian fighter are Credcesta VISA, SB Saude, Fonte D’Vida, Body Fusion, Stake, Full Violence, Medvida Brasil, etc. 


A. Jailton Almeida is an orthodox fighter. 


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