What is Geoff Neal's net worth? Fans cheer 'Handz of Steel' as he faces Stephen Thompson in 2020's final UFC fight

Neal who is 30-years-old will be marking his first UFC main event


                            What is Geoff Neal's net worth? Fans cheer 'Handz of Steel' as he faces Stephen Thompson in 2020's final UFC fight
Geoff Neal (Instagram/@handzofsteelmma)

UFC Fight Night which is taking place on Saturday, December 19 in the Apex facility in Las Vegas will feature 10 fighters ranked inside the top 10 of their respective divisions and two former champions, Jose Aldo and Anthony Pettis. In the main event, two-time welterweight title challenger, Stephen Thompson will fight off against Geoff Neal. Neal who is 30-years-old will be marking his first UFC main event and now the Internet wants to know how much money does this athlete makes.

Neal, who is a 2017 Contender Series alum, is 5-0 in the UFC with four finishes and is all set to build his case for a 170-pound title shot in 2021. Neal is seven years younger than Thompson and he's riding a seven-fight win streak.



 

Born on August 28, 1990, in Austin, Texas, United States, Geoffrey Neal currently competes in the Welterweight division for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). As of October 19, 2020, he is #11 in the UFC welterweight rankings. According to Celebsage Wike, his net worth is between $1 Million - $5 Million. 



 

In 2010, when Neal was just 20 years old, he made his amateur debut and a second-round win by knockout against Bobby Hernandez. He fought in a total of seven amateur matches, ending with a 6–1 amateur record. After which he was signed by the UFC, Neal competed in a total of 10 mixed martial arts matches, winning eight and losing two of them. On February 18, 2018, Neal made his promotional debut against Brian Camozzi at UFC Fight Night: Cowboy vs. Medeiros, where he defeated Camozzi. Neal next faced Frank Camacho on September 8, 2018 at UFC 228. He triumphed the fight via knockout in the second round. His July 2019, fight with Niko Price earned him the Performance of the Night award. 

Neal's fan cheered him up on social media for his December 19 match, as one Internet user said, "Ironically, “Hands of Steel” was also Geoff Neal‘s nickname in his short lived high school football WR career." While another one expressed, "I get the feeling Geoff Neal is going to really catch Wonderboy at some point ... #UFC #UFCVegas17 #mma #mmatwitter." Another one called Neal a "great fighter" and wrote, "Don’t get me wrong, Geoff Neal is a great fighter" While another one wrote, "Geoff Neal is my boy. Hope he puts a hurting on The Wonder Man."



 



 



 



 

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