Belal Muhammad Career Earnings (purse, payouts) + Net Worth

Belal Muhammad is the #10 rank contender in the UFC’s Welterweight division. Also known as, “Remember the Name”, he is one of the most prominent fighters in his division.

After making a very shaky start, Belal (19-3-1 NC) was looking like just another fighter on the roster. However, Muhammad kept fighting and building a resume, putting some big names on his list. Currently, the Palestine fighter is one of the most consistent and in-form on the roster. 

Known for his stamina, endurance, and some decisive striking, Muhammad is sure to have made good money from his fights. Thus, the only question in people’s minds will be: How much did he earn? Let’s examine Belal Muhammad career earnings through salary, purse, payouts, bonuses, incentive pay, sponsorship & what his net worth is.

Belal Muhammad punches Demian Maia of Brazil in their welterweight fight during the UFC 263 event at Gila River Arena on June 12, 2021, in Glendale, Arizona. (Credits: Getty Images)

Before we begin, here are some important things to keep in mind. Firstly, Nevada State Athletic Commission does not release fighter pay, so none of the following payout data for the event is official. However, we can estimate a fighter’s pay info by looking at their previous, officially-released salaries.

Secondly, Belal’s salary, incentive pay, and PPV revenue from his upcoming fight with Stephen Thompson are yet to be released. Hence, you can check back here for updates. With all that out of the way, let’s begin.

Belal Muhammad Career Earnings

Belal Muhammad kicks Leon Edwards of Jamaica in a welterweight fight during the UFC Fight Night event at UFC APEX on March 13, 2021, in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Credits: Getty Images)
Fighter  Result Base Salary  Win Bonus  Performance Bonus  Incentive Pay/Sponsorships Total 
Demian Maia W $80,000  $80,000    $11,000 $171,000
Leon Edwards D $80,000     $10,000 $90,000
Dhiego Lima W $52,000 $52,000   $10,000 $112,000
Lyman Good W $50,000 $50,000   $10,000 $110,000
Takashi Sato W $40,000 $40,000 $50,000 $5,000 $135,000
Curtis Millender W $35,000 $35,000   $5,000 $75,000
Geoff Neal L $35,000     $5,000 $40,000
Chance Rencountre W $24,000 $24,000   $5,000 $53,000
Tim Means W $22,000 $22,000   $5,000 $49,000
Jordan Mein W $20,000 $20,000   $2,500 $42,500
Randy Brown W $14,000 $14,000   $2,500 $30,500
Vicente Luque L $14,000     $2,500 $16,500
Augusto Montano W $12,000  $12,000    $2,500 $26,500
Alan Jouban L $12,000   $50,000 $2,500 $64,500

Total UFC Earnings: $1,017,500 ($1.07 million) 

A Glance at Belal Muhammad Asset Accumulation

Name Belal Muhammad 
Age 33 years old (Born 1988)
Net Worth $1.5-2 million 
Status Active 
Salary $171,000 (last fight vs Demian Maia)
Source of Wealth UFC Career, UFC Analyst, Endorsements, Podcast 
Endorsements  Reebok, Venum, Combat Corner, and more. 
Endorsement Earnings $200,000
Marital Status  Unmarried
Residence Chicago, Illinois, United States
Charities Mercy-USA, Muslims of the World, 

What is Belal Muhammad Net Worth in 2021?

According to our research, Belal Muhammad’s Net Worth sits at around $1.5-2 million in 2021. For the most part, Belal makes most of his killing plying his trade inside the Octagon but also from his lucrative endorsement deals. Currently, the Palestine-based fighter is sponsored by Venum, Combat Corner, and more. 

As mentioned above, Muhammad’s earnings from UFC ( includes pay, salaries, earnings, bonuses) amount to $1,017,500. However, Belal began his career fighting in Titan FC, HFC, and Bellator.  Thus, if we take into account the prize money from these fights and his other ventures, Belal’s earnings from MMA amount to about $1.5 million.

With his career still blooming, the 33-year-olds influence is expected to keep increasing,  making him a very marketable athlete. As such, you can expect a significant increase in Belal’s endorsement earnings in the coming years. Moreover, “Remember the Name” will look to increase his Net Worth, even more, when he takes on Stephen Thompson at UFC Vegas 45. 

Sami Haider

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Sami Haider is a UFC/boxing journalist who connects combat sports to pop culture. His deep passion for the UFC started in 2018, triggered by the UFC 229: Khabib vs. McGregor fight. He is a passionate writer who has a profound love for the sport and the skills that are used in it. Through his work, Sami aspires to connect combat sportsmen and their enthusiastic fans.


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