|Net Worth||$500 Million|
|Born||July 28, 1969|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
|Source of Wealth||Entrepreneur|
What is Dana White’s net worth? Dana White was born in 1969 in Manchester, Connecticut. His childhood was fairly normal. Much like Eminem, he was raised by his mother and her family. After graduating from Herman High School, White started boxing, which eventually led to him being the manager of Tito Ortiz and Chuck Liddell.
He was extremely interested in the business side of fighting. He worked in the boxing world for nearly a decade before turning his attention to MMA. Dana Whit’s net worth was growing. He started managing MMA fighters and then one day heard that Semaphore Entertainment Group (the founding company of the UFC) was interested in selling off their stakes in the league.
Dana White later learned the league was in serious trouble and might go down in flames if someone didn’t step in, so he got in touch with his childhood friend Lorenzo Fertitta and convinced him and his brother to buy the UFC.
They made White the president, and he made good on his promise by turning the UFC into one of the most popular sports in the world. His resourcefulness propelled Dana White’s net worth to grow by leaps and bounds in the next few years.
He basically built the league from the ground up and in 2016, the league was sold for a cool $4 billion. White owned 9% of the company when it was sold and remained as president of the league. In March 2019, he told fans that he signed a new, seven-year contract with the UFC, so he’ll be president for a long time to come.
Dana White has given to charity, including a donation of $100,000 to his former high school to fund renovations to their athletic facilities. Interestingly, while he has performed some good services, his own mother has also called him, “egotistical, self-centered, arrogant and cruel.”
How much is Dana White’s net worth? Around $500 million. It’s been said that he gets around $20 million a year as president of the UFC, so he’ll continue to have a steady income for at least the next seven years.