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Jessica Eye Net Worth 2024: Wealth of the MMA and UFC Star

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Jessica Eye, a prominent figure in the MMA and UFC, has made significant strides in her career, leading to a substantial net worth by 2024 of around $1 Million according to SportsDaily.

Known for her tenacity and skill in the octagon, Eye’s earnings reflect her dedication and success in the sport.

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Career Highlights and Earnings

Jessica Eye’s career in MMA and UFC has been marked by numerous fights and victories that have contributed to her wealth. Her journey began with Bellator 66 in April 2012, where she earned $7,000. This initial win set the stage for her future success in the UFC.

Major UFC Fights and Payouts

  • UFC 166 (Oct 2013): Eye’s fight against Kaufman resulted in a no contest, earning her $10,125 despite a fine for a failed drug test.
  • UFC 170 (Feb 2014): A loss to Davis brought in $8,000.
  • UFC 180 (Nov 2014): Eye secured a win against Smith, earning $16,000.
  • UFC on Fox: Dillashaw vs Barao 2 (Jul 2015): Despite losing to Tate, she earned $27,500.
  • UFC 203 (Sept 2016): Eye’s fight against Correia resulted in a $30,000 payout.

Significant Earnings in Later Years

  • UFC 231 (Dec 2018): Eye’s victory over Chookagian brought in $68,000.
  • UFC 238 (Jun 2019): Despite losing to Shevchenko, Eye earned a substantial $130,000.
  • UFC 245 (Dec 2019): Winning against Araujo, she took home $91,600.
  • UFC Fight Night: Eye vs Calvillo (Jun 2020): A $48,250 payout.
  • UFC 257 (Jan 2021): Eye’s fight against Calderwood resulted in a $61,000 earning.
  • UFC 264 (Jul 2021): Despite a loss to Maia, Eye earned $62,000.

Total Career Earnings

As of now, Jessica Eye’s total career earnings amount to approximately $755,975. This figure includes her fight purses and sponsorships but excludes potential PPV bonuses and “locker room” incentives.

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