UFC Star Elias Theodorou Wife Max Altamuro and Net Worth 2022

Elias Theodorou was a Canadian mixed martial artist ( Source : instagram )

Elias Theodorou and his girlfriend Max Altamuro were the dating team on the Amazing Race Canada 3.

Elias won The Ultimate Fighter Nations: Canada vs. Australia and competed for the UFC in the Middleweight category, where he held the number 13 ranking up to his release.

He was granted a cannabis Therapeutic Use Exemption in North America in January 2020, making him the country's first professional athlete to do so.

Elias won in the NAAFS and ECC Middleweight Championships in addition to the TUF National Middleweight Championship.

Quick Facts About Elias Theodorou:

Full NameElias Michael Theodorou
Date Of BirthMay 31, 1988
Place Of BirthMississauga, Ontario, Canada
ProfessionMixed Marital Artist

UFC: Who Is Elias Theodorou Ex Girlfriend Max Altamuro?

Max Altamuro is the ex-girlfriend of well-known Canadian mixed martial artist Elias Theodorou. Max works as a retail manager for a corporation in Toronto.

Elias Theodorou with his girlfriend Max Altamuro
Elias Theodorou with his girlfriend Max Altamuro ( Source : instagram )

Fascinatingly, the couple had previously participated in The Amazing Race Canada's third season of the renowned program.

Altamuro is a huge fan of Disney and horse racing, and her most incredible travel goals are to backpack around Europe and go to Tokyo Disneyland.

When Elias Theodorou is with his family and friends, his sensitive and humorous side comes out. His girlfriend is a self-assured, feisty girl who defends her views. 

Altamuro is a positive, intelligent, and fun-loving person.

Some Facts About Max Altamuro:

Full NameMichaela "Max" Altamuro
Date Of BirthFebruary 2, 1987
HometownToronto, Ontario
ProfessionRetail Manager

Elias Theodorou Net Worth 2022

Elias Theodorou has a net worth of $3 million, according to Idolnetworth.

Theodorou participated in 11 fights for the lucrative UFC, earning more than $450,000 solely from fight payouts. He received $42,500 for his victory over Sam Alvey at UFC Fight Night: MacDonald vs. Thompson.  

Elias Theodorou makes his InvictaFC ring boy debut
Elias Theodorou makes his InvictaFC ring boy debut ( Source : mmajunkie )

Elias has highlighted that he makes much more money from sponsors than from fights. He earned $45,000 for his victory over Cezar Ferreira on February 19, 2017, and also earns a sizable sum from sponsors outside of the UFC.

Additionally, he performs as a "ring boy" for the Invicta Fighting Championships, an all-female MMA promotion.

Elias Awards:

  1. Extreme Cage Combat (ECC Middleweight Championship)
  2. North American Allied Fight Series (NAAFS Middleweight Championship )
  3. Ultimate Fighting Championship (The Ultimate Fighter Nations Middleweight Tournament Winner)

Elias Theodorou MMA Career

Elias Theodorou made history in January 2020 when he became the first professional athlete to be given a cannabis TUE in North America.

Elias was invited by the UFC to participate in the Ultimate Fighter Nations: Canada vs. Australia match.
Elias was invited by the UFC to participate in the Ultimate Fighter Nations: Canada vs. Australia match. ( Source : mmafighting )

He had engaged in eight professional fights before winning the Ultimate Fighter Nations Finale and subsequent recognition.

Theodorou impressively defeated each of his opponents to establish an excellent record of eight victories and zero defeats. In December 2013, it was revealed that Theodorou would compete in The Ultimate Fighter Nations: Canada vs. Australia as Canada's Middleweight representative.

Elias competed at the PFC 12 event on December 6, 2019, following his release from the UFC. Theodorou also faced Hernani Perpetuo, who he knocked out with punches at the 1:51 mark of the third round.

Elias MMA Records

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MMA Fighter Passed Away At Age Of 34

Elias Theodorou, a former UFC fighter, passed away at 34. Theodorou was facing stage 4 liver cancer, according to TSN, and only a few were aware of his diagnosis.

In addition to his fighting career, Theodorou was best known for supporting medical use in combat sports.

Theodorou made news in 2018 when he acted as a "ring boy" for an Invicta FC event.

In 2020, the Canadian veteran became the first fighter to acquire a medicinal use exemption for medical cannabis, which was approved by the British Columbia Athletic Commission.

He won TUF in 2014 to secure a UFC deal after making his professional debut in 2011 and starting his career 8-0.