Matt Brown has etched his name in the UFC history books, as he currently shares the record for the most knockouts in the promotion’s history. With a remarkable tally of 30 fights under his belt since his UFC debut in 2008, this welterweight contender has showcased his power and resilience time and time again.
Despite his success in the UFC, ‘The Immortal’ Matt Brown revealed a personal struggle he faced. Following his divorce, he found himself in a challenging financial situation, with his net worth nearly reaching zero. However, through astute real estate investments, he managed to turn his fortunes around.
Matt Brown’s Finances Hit Rock Bottom After Divorce
Brown expressed his thoughts on Twitter on Tuesday, sharing the following message:
“Just closed on another short term rental property and I officially own over a million dollars in real estate now. Not a crazy high number but is pretty awesome number to me considering I had almost zero net worth a few years ago (divorce)”
Just closed on another short term rental property and I officially own over a million dollars in real estate now. Not a crazy high number but is pretty awesome number to me considering I had almost zero net worth a few years ago (divorce)
— Matt Brown (@IamTheImmortal) June 14, 2023
After getting married in 2010, Brown’s marriage eventually ended in divorce, though the exact timing of the separation remains unclear. The divorce resulted in significant financial losses and the depletion of his assets. However, ‘The Immortal’ has managed to bounce back remarkably well. Despite the setbacks, the welterweight contender revealed that he currently owns three real estate properties. In fact, he is actively exploring opportunities to expand his real estate portfolio with additional investments.
In his most recent fight at UFC on ABC 4, Brown showcased his explosive power by delivering a first-round knockout against Court McGee, thereby matching Derrick Lewis’ remarkable record for the most knockouts in UFC history. As for his future in the sport, Brown has yet to reveal how much longer he intends to compete. However, he has expressed his desire to be a part of the historic UFC 300 event, emphasizing his passion for continuing to test his skills inside the octagon.