Claudia Gadelha’s net worth
Facts of Claudia Gadelha’s net worth
|Date of Birth:||1988 December 7|
|First Name||Ana Claudia Dantas|
|Aka||Claudinha, Claudia Gadelha|
|Age:||30 years old|
Claudia Gadelha Net Worth: $500,000
Ana Claudia Dantas Gadelha is a Brazilian mixed martial artist She has an estimated net worth of $500,000. Her UFC career overall earning/salary so far is $285,000(bonuses+ official UFC Rebook sponsorship included). Claudia also owns a Gym named Claudia Gadelha’s MMA & BJJ Academy. She made her effective MMA debut on June 5, 2008.
Gadelha has been competing in the Women’s Strawweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Her current UFC Women Strawweight ranking is #1. Likewise, her overall MMA record is 14 wins out of 16 matches - 2 by knockout, 6 by submission, and 6 by decision. Gadelha is one of the furious UFC fighters. Nevertheless, she has won several awards. Likewise, she has been the BJJ World Champion for three times, and the BJJ Rio International Open Champion for four times. Similarly, Claudia has been the BJJ Brazilian Nationals Champion for seven times. Nevertheless, she has won the Fight of the Night award at UFC for one time. Impressively, she enjoys the 1st-degree black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu under Andre Paderneiras Jair Lourenco.
Claudia made her winning UFC debut against Tina Lahdemaki at UFC Fight Night: Cerrone vs. Miller in 2014. The match against current Strawweight Champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk was a controversial one. Gadelha went on to kick Joanna even after the horn rang signaling the end of the third round. Claudia lost the match via spilled-decision. During her tenure at UFC, she has also won against then WSOF Women’s Strawweight Champion Jessica Aguilar, and Cortney Casey. On July 8, 2016, Gadelha once against lost against fellow TUF coach Joanna at The Ultimate Fighter 23 Finale. She lost the title match via unanimous decision.
Prior to UFC, Claudia Gadelha was an undefeated fighter in Invicta FC 6. Plus, she also had an undefeated overall MMA record. She defeated Ayaka Hamasaki via third round TKO in her Invicta debut match. Later, she was set to face Carla Esparza for the inaugural Strawweight title. Unfortunately, Gadelha withdrew her name from the match because of a nose injury.