Jamahal Hill is the No. 12 contender in the UFC Light Heavyweight division. Also known as “Sweet Dreams”, he is one of the most prominent fighters in his division.
After getting off to a strong start, Jamahal (9-1) looked like a very good fighter on the roster. However, a failed drug test put Hill’s future in the UFC in doubt. Since then, Hill has improved and done well in his division.
Known for his aggressiveness and knockout ability, Hill is sure to have made a lot of money from his fights. So the only question in people’s minds will be: how much did he earn? Let’s look at Jamahal Hill’s career earnings through salary, scholarship, payouts, bonuses, incentive compensation, sponsorship and his net worth.
Before you begin, here are some important points to keep in mind. First, the Nevada State Athletic Commission does not publish fighter salaries, so none of the following payout data for the event is official. However, we can estimate a fighter’s compensation information by looking at their officially released previous salaries.
Second, Jamahal’s salary, incentive compensation, and PPV earnings from his upcoming fight with Johnny Walker have yet to be released. Therefore, you can check for updates here. With all that out of the way, let’s get started.
Jamahal Hill Career Earnings
|Fighter||Results||Base salary||Victory bonus||Performance Bonuses||Incentive compensation / Sponsorships||Total|
Total UFC Earnings: $277,700 ($0.27 million)
A look at Jamahal Hill’s asset accumulation
|Age||30 years old (born in 1991)|
|Salary||$110,500 (last fight against Jimmy Crute)|
|Wealth source||UFC career, endorsements|
|Amendments||Reebok, Venom, Icon Meals, Crypto.com, and more.|
|Residence||Grand Rapids, Michigan|
|charities||N / A|
What is Jamahal Hill net worth in 2021?
According to our research, Jamahal Hill’s net worth sits at around $500,000 in 2022. For the most part, Jamahal derives most of his murder from plying his trade inside the Octagon, but also through his lucrative endorsement deals. Currently, the US-based fighter is sponsored by Reebok, Venom, Icon Meals, Crypto.com, and more.
As mentioned above, Hill’s income from the UFC (including salaries, wages, winnings and bonuses) is $277,700. However, Jamahal started his career fighting in KOP, Lights Out Championship and DWCS. So, taking into account the prize money of those fights and his gym, Jack’s earnings in MMA amount to around $300,000.
With his career still thriving, the influence of the 30-somethings should continue to grow, making him a very marketable athlete. As such, you can expect a significant increase in Hill’s endorsement revenue in the years to come. Additionally, ‘Sweet Dreams’ will be looking to increase his net worth even further when he takes on Johnny Walker at UFC Vegas 48.