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Kenny Florian Net Worth

Kenny Florian net worth is

$3 Million

Kenny Florian Wiki Biography

Kenneth Alan Florian was born on 26 May 1976, in Westwood, Massachusetts USA, of Peruvian, German, Italian, Spanish, French, and Armenian descent. Kenny is a retired mixed martial artist, best known to have competed in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). He has defeated numerous high profile fighters though has never held a championship belt. All of his efforts have helped put his net worth to where it is today.

How rich is Kenny Florian? As of early-2017, sources estimate a net worth that is at $3 million, mostly earned through a successful career in mixed martial arts, in which he competed in numerous weight classes. He currently serves as an analyst and commentator for various TV networks, and as he continues his endeavors it is expected that his wealth will increase.

Kenny Florian Net Worth $3 million

Florian attended Dover-Sherborn Regional High School, and during his time there was a noted soccer player. After matriculating, he attended Boston College and played for the school’s varsity soccer team which is part of NCAA Division 1. After graduating, he turned his interests towards mixed martial arts, and would then study Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, earning a black belt from Prof. Roberto Maia.

In 2003, Kenny made his debut at Mass Destruction 10 and would defeat his opponent with a TKO 3 minutes into the first round. He continued this run with another victory in a fight against Bobby McAndrews, submitting him with a kimura. He would suffer his first defeat against Drew Fickett and the match would get Dana White’s attention. Dana would then invite Florian to become part of “The Ultimate Fighter”.

He joined the first season of “The Ultimate Fighter” as a middleweight, and made it to the finals before losing to Diego Sanchez. He returned in the “Ultimate Fight Night”, defeating Alex Karalexis through a vicious elbow across the nose. He then went on to fight Kit Cope and won via a rear naked choke submission. He defeated Sam Stout at “The Ultimate Fighter 3 Finale” earning him a title shot. In 2006, he fought against Sean Sherk for the UFC Lightweight championship but lost via unanimous decision. The following year, Kenny would come back and defeat Dokonjonsuke Mishima using a rear naked choke, and a few months later would fight Alvin Robinson at UFC 73 and would win. In 2008, he fought Joe Lauzon and would win through a TKO in the second round. He then defeated Roger Huerta and Joe Stevenson in his next two fights.

He had another title opportunity against B.J. Penn during UFC 101 but lost through a Rear Naked Choke submission. His next fight would be against Clay Guida which he would win, and he also defeated Takanori Gomi at UFC Fight Night 21 using a rear naked choke. In 2010, he fought against Gray Maynard which he lost, but the following year, he would gain another title opportunity for the UFC Featherweight Championship against Jose Aldo, but was defeated by unanimous decision. In 2012, Kenny decided to retire after doctors advised him to do so.

After retiring, Kenny became the co-host of the ESPN show “MMA Live” and would also fill in the commentary section for various UFC events, and is also a commentator in the series “Battlebots”.
For his personal life, it is known that Florian married model Clark Gilmer in 2014, and they live in Los Angeles. In 2016, he reported that his younger brother was missing – he was later found dead, having committed suicide at the age of 33.


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UFC Tonight 2015 TV Series
The Roots of Fight 2012 TV Series


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The Son of No One 2011 stunt utilities


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The Hurt Business 2016 Documentary Himself
BattleBots 2015-2016 TV Series Himself – Color Commentator / Himself – Host
UFC 200 Greatest Fighters of All Time 2016 TV Mini-Series Himself
TUF Talk 2016 TV Series Himself
Kingdom 2014-2015 TV Series Himself – MMA Live Host
2015 Miss Hooters International Swimsuit Pageant 2015 TV Movie Himself (Host)
UFC’s Top 5 Greatest Fights 2015 TV Movie Himself
UFC Rising 2015 TV Series Himself – Host
Hooters 2013 International Swimsuit Pageant 2013 TV Special Himself
Learning Stuff with Caite Upton 2013 TV Series Himself
UFC on Fox 2012 TV Series Himself – Ringside Commentator
Kenny Florian’s Self-Defense Tips 2011 Short Himself
UFC 136: Edgar vs. Maynard III 2011 TV Movie Himself
ESPN Friday Night Fights 2011 TV Series Himself – MMA Live Host / Himself – MMA Live
CollegeHumor Originals 2011 TV Series Himself
UFC 131: Dos Santos vs. Carwin 2011 TV Movie Himself
UFC on Versus: Sanchez vs. Kampmann 2011 TV Special Himself
The Striking Truth 3D 2010 Documentary Himself
MMA Live 2010 TV Series Himself – MMA Analyst
UFC Fight Night: Florian vs. Gomi 2010 TV Special Himself
World Extreme Cagefighting 2010 TV Series Himself – Host / Himself
UFC 107: BJ Penn vs. Diego Sanchez 2009 TV Special Himself
UFC 101: Declaration 2009 TV Special Himself
Time Warp 2009 TV Series documentary Himself
UFC 94: St-Pierre vs. Penn 2 2009 TV Special Himself – Audience Member
Ultimate Knockouts 5 2008 TV Special Himself
UFC 83: Serra vs. St. Pierre 2 2008 TV Special Himself
Infanity 2008 TV Series documentary Himself
UFC Fight Night: Florian vs Lauzon 2008 TV Special Himself
FightZone Presents 2007 TV Series Himself – Interviewee
UFC Fight Night: Thomas vs Florian 2007 TV Special Himself
UFC 73: Stacked 2007 TV Special Himself
UFC: Fight Night 9 2007 TV Special Himself
UFC 64: Unstoppable 2006 TV Special Himself
UFC 64 Countdown 2006 TV Special Himself
The Ultimate Fighter 2005-2006 TV Series Himself
UFC 58: USA vs. Canada 2006 TV Special Himself
UFC: Ultimate Fight Night 2005 TV Special Himself

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