What is Carlos Condit's net worth? Former UFC interim champ retires from MMA

Nicknamed 'The Natural Born Killer', Carlos Condit began wrestling at the age of nine

                            What is Carlos Condit's net worth? Former UFC interim champ retires from MMA
Carlos Condit was nicknamed 'The Natural Born Killer' (Cindy Ord/Getty Images for Fox Hispanic Media)

The former UFC interim welterweight champion, Carlos Condit has retired from active competition following nearly 12 years spent with the promotion. Condit's longtime manager, Malki Kawa of First Round Management, said on Thursday, September 17.

Journalist Guilherme Cruz tweeted the news, saying, "Former UFC welterweight champion Carlos Condit has retired from MMA, sources told me. Condit's manager Malki Kawa confirmed the news to my colleague @DamonMartin. Story coming to @MMAFighting."


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What is Carlos Condit's net worth?

Born on April 26, 1984, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Condit is of Austrian, German, Native American, and Mexican descent. Condit's father, Brian, was the Chief of Staff for former New Mexico governor and Democratic presidential candidate Bill Richardson. Condit attended Cibola High School on Albuquerque's West Side. He began wrestling at the age of nine and continued throughout high school, and started training in Gaidojutsu under Greg Jackson at 15.

'The Natural Born Killer' debuted in 2002, making his first big splash on a regional circuit tournament. He went on to knock out UFC veteran Renato "Charuto" Verissimo and submit former UFC title contender Frank Trigg. Condit earned the welterweight title in his second bout under the WEC promotion with a submission victory over John Alessio. He then successfully defended his belt three consecutive times before joining the UFC. After a split-decision loss to Martin Kampmann in his debut, Condit reeled off five straight wins that include knockouts over Dan Hardy and Rory MacDonald. He became the interim welterweight champion following a unanimous decision win over Nick Diaz. Condit was unable to earn the outright title of welterweight after Georges St. Pierre defeated him at UFC 154. The 37-year-old had struggled to stay in the win column over the past five years and dropped his last fight against Max Griffin in July via unanimous decision. Condit concludes his MMA career with a 32-14 record. According to Celebrity Net Worth, Condit's net worth stands at $500,000.

As soon as the news came to light, people started talking about it. One person tweeted, "Carlos Condit has retired from MMA. Please respect my privacy at this times and leave me alone." Journalist Shaheen Shatti said, "Carlos Condit was one of my favorite fighters ever, even before this became a career. New fans will never understand how much of a DEMON that man was in his heyday. So many memories. An all-timer in every sense of the word. Thanks for everything, NBK. "




One person tweeted, "In honor of my new PFP, here’s a reminder of what an absolute savage Carlos Condit is." Chisanga Malata wrote, "Happy retirement to ‘The Natural Born Killer’, Carlos Condit. Never in a dull fight and gave us plenty of memories. Enjoy retirement, legend."



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