Alexa Grasso’s net worth
Facts of Alexa Grasso’s net worth
|Date of Birth:
|1993 August 9
|30 years old
Alexa Grasso's net worth: $80,000
Mexican Mixed Martial Artist Alexa Grasso is currently in the strawweight division in Ultimate Fighting Championship. The undefeated warrior has already made wonders at such a young age. Born on August 3, 1993, Alexa made her professional MMA debut in 2012 in Mexico.
Alexa has a good record in fighting in Mexico. The first eighteen months of her hard fighting career was quite fruitful. She earned an undefeated record of 5-0. during the period. Her career overall record is 9 wins out of 9 matches, and her overall salary earning is $32,500 (bonuses+ official UFC Rebook sponsorship included). Her estimated net worth is $80,000.
Born in the year 1993, August 3, Alexa Grasso made her professional MMA debut at the end of 2012. Alexa has a good record in fighting in her native country, Mexico, as well.
Grasso came into utmost limelight after her dramatic entry at Invicta FC on September 6, 2014. After taking nearly a year break from the sports, she came roaring back and made her winning debut against Ashley Cummins with hard punches and rising kicks at Invicta FC 8. The combatant then faced Alida Gray at Invicta FC 10. The prize-fighter won the match via TKO in the very first round.
Grasso then gained international attention after winning against Mizuki Inoue via unanimous decision at Invicta FC 11. She also won the “Fight of the Night” bonus award-winning the match. After that, she was set to prove her worth once again by winning the Invicta Strawweight Title against Livia Renata Souza. However, she pulled out of the competition because of her noticeable injury.
Grasso came into prominence after her sensational Invicta FC entry. After being out from the sports for nearly a year, Alexa won her debut match against Ashley Cummins at Invicta FC 8 on September 6, 2014. The combatant later won against Alida Gray via TKO at Invicta FC 10. On February 27, 2015, she won the Fight of the Night bonus award against Mizuki Inoue. The co-main event at Invicta FC 11. She then became a favorite to win the Strawweight title against Livia Renata Souza. However, she pulled out of the important bout because of a noticeable injury.
The fighter with an undefeated record made her entry to the UFC at “The Ultimate Fighter Latin America 3 Finale: dos Anjos vs. Ferguson” in Mexico City on November 5, 2016, winning against the furious fighter, Heather Jo Clark, via unanimous decision.