Kamaru Usman Net Worth 2021: How Much Is ‘The Nigerian Nightmare’ Worth?

Here's the net worth for Kamaru Usman in 2021

Kamaru Usman is one of the most dominant P4P fighters in UFC history, but what is his net worth for 2021?

‘The Nigerian Nightmare’ has completely dominated the Welterweight division over the past couple of years, gaining notable victories via knockout, TKO and decision.

Here’s everything you need to know about Usman and just how much the mixed martial artist is worth.


Usman has two notable endorsement deals with Reebok and Trifecta. The 170-pound fighter has seen his actual UFC pay rise exponentially since 2018, with his July 12th 2020 fight against Jorge Masvidal earning him a cool $1,423,333 dollars.

Here’s the breakdown of his top 5 purse amounts since 2018:

  • 1. July 12, 2020 Usman vs Masvidal $1,423,333
  • 2. March 3, 2019 Usman vs Woodley $1,155,000
  • 3. February 14, 2021 Usman vs Burns $1,040,000
  • 4. December 15, 2019 Usman vs Covington $790,000
  • 5. December 1, 2018 Usman vs Dos Anjos $250,000

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Usman reportedly has a net worth of around $3 million US dollars, according to Celebrity net worth.

This takes into account Usman’s current UFC deal, his endorsements and several fight accomplishments in the sport as a highly ranked Welterweight fighter.

Usman is reportedly looking at moving into the sport of Boxing following his MMA career, with the potential for high-earning bouts against either celebrity fighters such as Logan or Jake Paul or veteran boxing names such as Canelo Alvarez on the table.

Having these big mainstream contests would certainly up the profile of the already successful fighter, meaning that his net worth could also rise exponentially over the next few years.

Usman revealed in an interview that he wants the P4P contest with Alvarez, saying “To be honest with you, I’ll tell you what will really get the people going.

“When have you ever seen two pound-for-pound fighters in the world in their respective sports go at it?

“Who’s the pound-for-pound best boxer in the world right now?… It’s not about money, it’s about what gets me out of bed, what gets me scared! I want the chance. I want [to fight Canelo].”

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