Zach Makovsky’s net worth
Facts of Zach Makovsky’s net worth
|Date of Birth:||1983 April 19|
|Aka||Fun Size, Zach Makovsky|
|Age:||35 years old|
Zach Makovsky Net Worth: $63,000
Zach Makovsky (Zachary Paul “Zach” Makovsky) is an American mixed martial artist with an estimated net worth of $63,000. Zach main source of income is fighting, while he currently represents flyweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Besides, he has also competed in EliteXC, ShoXC, and Bellator and serve himself as former Bellator Bantamweight Champion. According to the recent stats of May 2016, he stands #7 in official UFC Flyweight rankings.
Early MMA Career
Starting his career from the small shows based in New Jersey, he holds the significant record of 3-0 which was enough to start up his pro career. Debuting from ShoXC: Elite Challenger Series on January 2008, he faced two times Bellator Featherweight Tournament against Wilson Reis in January 2008. Zach lost the match via arm-triangle choke. He returned to EliteXC: Primetime and faced Andre Soares, he finished the match via unanimous decision. He later won two bouts in New Jersey via rear-naked choke submission.
Makovsky debuted in Bellator Fighting Championships at Bellator against Eric Luke. He gains his victory while he got to take part in the Bellator Season Three Bantamweight Tournament. On the way to the title, he defeated Nick Mamalis, Bryan Goldsby, and Ed West and claim the inaugural Bellator Bantamweight Championship. Before the sad goodbye from the promotion, he defeated Chad Robichaux and Ryan Roberts. However, he couldn’t defend the title against Eduardo Dantas and golden chance to regain the title against Anthony Leone. Before making his path to UFC, he defeated Claudio Ledesma for Cage Fury Fighting Championship. Followed by his debut win for Resurrection Fighting Alliance against Matt Manzanares.
Zach made his winning debut against Scott Jorgenson at UFC on Fox 9 on December 4, 2013. As for the second fight, he faced Josh Sampo at UFC 170 and won the bout via unanimous decision. During his professional UFC tenure, he has faced several great fighters including Jussier Formiga, Tim Elliott, John Dodson and Joseph Benavidez. Makovsky was expected to see John Moraga at UFC 206, however, it was replaced by Dustin Ortiz.
Accounting his professional records, he has the total 19 win out of 26, out of which 12 was by decision. One by knockout and other 6 by submission.