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MMA Fighter Junie Browning Net Worth After 16 Years Career

Junie Browning has a net worth of around 2 million dollars from a fighting career. ( Source : eurosport )

Former MMA fighter Junie Browning has an estimated net worth of around USD 2 million. Junie fought in the Welterweight division.

Browning was raised in Kentucky after being born in Florida. He participated in wrestling and football at Bourbon County High School, where he competed in the 160-pound (73 kg) weight class.

The fighter started sparring with his brother when he was four years old to prepare for combat sports. Browning received instruction from Mike O'Donnell at Four Seasons MMA before traveling to Las Vegas, Nevada, where he trained with Xtreme Couture. 

Besides his in-ring persona, Browning is also notable for his lavish lifestyle.

Junie Browning's Net Worth

Junie Browning owns a net worth of around USD 2 million, which he has earned from his good old fighting days.

According to Tapology.com, the MMA fighter has an estimated career earning of USD 41,000. He has appeared in 11 high-profile matches, which has helped him grab many big sponsors during his fighting days.

MMA figther Junie Browning has an estimated net worth of USD 2 million from his one decade long career.
MMA figther Junie Browning has an estimated net worth of USD 2 million from his one decade long career. ( Source : espn )

His last match occurred in 2016, with Jeremy Meyers, in HRMMA. He had won the battle via knockout. Before his retirement match, Browning went through five consecutive losses with Aaron Hall, Reza Madadi, Jordan Clements, Jacob Clark, and Brian Stevens.

Nevertheless, his most profitable wins were against Logan Barger and Dustin Walden in 2008. Some of his other memorable matches were with David Kaplan and Scott Cornell.

Junie Browning appeared in TV and Podcast after his retirement.
Junie Browning appeared in TV and Podcast after his retirement. ( Source : tigermuaythai )

Browning had defeated Dave Kaplan, a fellow cast member from Team Mir, by armbar on the main card of The Ultimate Fighter 8 Finale on December 13, 2008. Kaplan and Browning each received $25,000 for "Fight of the Night."

According to Joe Rogan and Mike Goldberg, Browning's punching and technique have significantly improved since his performance on The Ultimate Fighter season 8. This ultimately helped him grab many significant sponsors during his fighting days.

Junie Browning's Earnings Post MMA Career

Junie Browning fought for almost a decade. He started his career as an amateur fighter in 2005 and retired in 2016. With a finish percentage of 80%, Junie Browning has five victories, including three by knockout, three by submission, and one by decision.

The fighter has primarily appeared in Youtube videos and podcasts in recent years. Additionally, he has appeared in famous sports podcasts like the Kelly Patrick Show, MMA Gospel Radio, and Ring Side Report Net Work.

Junie Browning's body and career stats.
Junie Browning's body and career stats. ( Source : sherdog )

In 2014, the MMA fighter was also part of the Bluegrass MMA Live presented by Bangtown Fightwear. He has covered his story in the show's Episode 155. Similarly, one of his notable appearances was also on the Eddie Bravo radio podcast.

His most recent appearance was on the Big Drama Show, The UFC legend.

Along with his longtime friend and fellow coach, Michael O'Donnell, Junie briefly assumed the position of coach at 4 Seasons MMA. Junie recently claimed in Facebook posts that he had discovered a true passion for "being alive" and had begun instructing the students.

Junie Browning Has Appeared On TV

Browning has also earned a reasonable sum of money appearing on TV programs and advertisements.

His Twitter handle is @OGJunieBrowning, and he has 134 followers. Junie is also working as a motivational speaker in his home town Lexington, Kentucky.

Browning during his UFC face-off.
Browning during his UFC face-off. ( Source : sherdog )

In 2011, Browning made headlines after an altercation in Thailand that left the 26-year-old fighter with multiple injuries. Some of the photos of injuries were shared on social media. 

Rob Browning, his younger brother, competes for the American Fight League in Lexington. His brother last fought against Jordan Espinosa in 2014, which he lost via submission.