What is Ryan Bader record?

What is Ryan Bader record?

Ryan Bader Record: 23-5-0.

Who did Ryan Bader fight in the UFC?

Phil Davis
Bader fought Phil Davis on January 24, 2015, at UFC on Fox 14. He won the fight by split decision.

Is Ryan Bader still fighting?

Bader is now riding a two-fight winning streak since losing to Corey Anderson in the Bellator Light Heavyweight World Grand Prix in October 2021.

Who is the Bellator bantamweight champion?

Sergio Pettis
Bantamweight Champion: Sergio Pettis (22-5) Pettis captured Bellator gold when he defeated Juan Archuleta at Bellator 258 in a decision win.

Is Bellator MMA the same as UFC?

The difference between UFC and Bellator is in the roster of fighters competing in each of the two promotions. Both UFC and Bellator are MMA promotions, but they have different fighters signed. UFC is the best MMA promotion, while Bellator is the second.

How much does Bellator MMA pay?

Both fighters had a disclosed payday of $250,000 flat. The co-main event is a grand prix final. Light heavyweight champion Vadim Nemkov (on an $80,000 to show/$80,000 to win basis) and Corey Anderson ($250,000 flat) will collide with the winner making an additional $1 million.

How much did Ryan Bader make?

Ryan Bader Career Earnings, Net Worth and Info

Fighter Opponent Base Salary
Ryan Bader Muhammed Lawal $150,000
Ryan Bader Linton Vassell $150,000
Ryan Bader Phil Davis $150,000
Ryan Bader Antônio Rogério Nogueira $61,000

Who won Bellator last night?

Highlights! Paul Daley scored an insane come-from-behind knockout win over Wendell Giacomo in his retirement fight at Bellator 281.

Who is Ryan Bader married to?

Daisy BaderRyan Bader / Spouse (m. 2010)

What happened to Cormier eye?

Daniel Cormier suffered a torn cornea last night, Cormier told me this morning. No timetable yet for recovery. Doctors said he won’t need surgery just yet but they have to monitor how it heals before knowing for sure. He was discharged from the hospital late Saturday night.

Which is tougher Bellator or UFC?

If we look at the rankings in both promotions, all UFC weight classes are much stronger and tougher to compete in than the ones in Bellator. So if a young fighter dreams about being the best and becoming a champ, he/she must go to the UFC to be considered the best.

What does Bellator pay their fighters?