Urijah Faber biography, Career, Age, Family, Networth
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Urijah Faber is an American actor and mixed martial artist, signed by the Ultimate Fighting Championship. He was bantamweight before he was featherweight. He is also the creator team Alpha Male. Team Alpha Male. Faber has wrestled in the NCAA.
Urijah Christopher Faber was born in Isla Vista, California, on May 14 1979. His family is of Dutch, English, Italian and Irish roots. Urijah was born with two siblings, enrolled at an undergraduate program at the University of California after completing secondary school. At two times in his time at the university, he was able to participate in an NCAA tournament. He eventually received an undergraduate degree of human developmental.
Profiling Urijah FaberA Quick Glance At Urijah Faber
|Place of birth
|Isla Vista, California
|Date Of Birth
|May 14, 1979
|State of Origin
|Mixed Martial Artist, Boxing
|Mixed martial arts records
By knockout 10
By submission 17
By decision 7
By disqualification 1
By knockout 4
By decision 7
|Team and Trainer
|Team Team Alpha Male
Trainer Thonglor "Master Thong" Armatsena
Fábio "Pateta" Prado
Rank Brown belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu under Fábio "Pateta" Prado
Wrestling NCAA Division I Wrestling
Years active 2003–2016, 2019
Urijah Faber’s Personal Life
Faber along with Jaslyn are parents to two kids: Cali Born on the 14th of March, 2019 and Rome who was born on the 8th of the 8th of October, 2020.
What is Urijah Faber’s Net Worth?
Urijah Faber, an American MMA fighter with a net worth of $9 million.
Urijah Faber Career
The 12th of November, 2003 in the Gladiator Challenge promotion, Faber made his professional MMA debut, beating Poes Manne by Guillotine choke at 1:19 in the opening round. On February 12, 2004, Faber defeated George Adkins by”TKO” (punches) to get the chance to fight GC Bantamweight champion David Velasquez. On June 6, 2004, Faber won a unanimous decision against Velasquez to be champion of the new champion of the GC Bantamweight division.
Faber was defeated by Del Hawkins by technical knockout (strikes) at 3:19 in his first match on the 19th of August 2004. After the fight, Faber began to compete in both GC and King of the Cage, the primary promotion of GC.
Faber lost to Rami Boukai in the majority vote in September 24th, 2004 less than a month later than his last fight. Faber beat Eben Kaneshiro via Submission (strikes) in November 14th, 2004 to take home his King of the Cage Bantamweight Championship that he fought for simultaneously along with his GC Bantamweight title.
Faber came back to GC on the 13th of March 2005, beating David Granados by rear naked choke at 1:53 in round 1. On May 7 the 7th of May, 2005, he kept the KOTC championship against Hiroyuki Abe via the TKO (cut) around 2:37 in round 3. Faber was defeated for the first time after his return at GC in September after he was beaten to lose his GC Bantamweight championship to Tyson Griffin by TKO (strikes) within just five seconds in the third round.
Faber has successfully defended the KOTC victory over Shawn Bias via guillotine choke at 1:14 in the first round on the 29th of October 2005. On the 11th of December the 11th of December 2005, he went back at GC to beat Charles Bennett via rear-naked choke at 4:38 in round 1. Faber engaged Ivan Menjivar on January 8 in 2006 at an TKO Major League MMA event. Faber was disqualified at 2:02 of the second bout following Menjivar unlawfully kicked Faber as he lay in the floor.
Other combat sports.
On December 21, 2021 Faber accepted a brief notice of permission to take part for the first time in a Combat Jiu-Jitsu match against a CJJ world champion Elias Anderson, at the Featherweight division of the CJJ world championships.[89However, passport problems caused Faber being substituted with Erik Perez, who lost to Anderson.[90The fight that took place between Anderson Faber and Faber was later rescheduled for Combat Jiu-Jitsu Worlds Team Duel on the 18th of December 2022. Both men were unable to finish the regulation time, and Faber was defeated by an armbar in EBI overtime.
Faber returned to the wrestling arena in the 2022 US Open alongside his teammate Clay Guida winning an honorable mention at the competition.
Faber as well as Jaslyn have their daughter named Cali which was born March 14th, 2019 and one baby boy, Rome, who was born on the 8th of October, 2020.