|Real Name/Full Name:
|Rashad Anton Evans
|44 years old
|25 September 1979
|Niagara Falls, New York, United States
|LaToya (m. 2007–2012)
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|Is Rashad Evans Gay?
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Rashad Anton Evans is a retired mixed martial artist, originating from America. Being the heavyweight winner of The Ultimate Fighter 2, Evans started his professional career in 2003. He had also won the UFC Heavyweight Championship and also was included in the UFC Hall of Fame in 2019. Evans is also the winner of the Big Ten Championship that took place in 2003 and later came 3rd in the same.
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Early Life & Biography
Evans has competed in five professional martial arts fights, in which he won all the five under the tutelage of future UFC Hall of Famer Dan Severn in 2004. This led to a fortune to him as he was selected as one of the nine heavyweights to compete on The Ultimate Fighter 2, which is reality TV series telecast, Spike. The series started in August 2005. As a child, Evans studied karate, and he is also a black belt winner in Brazilian jiu-jitsu and Gaidojutsu.
Evans had an ex-wife, with whom he has two children, one daughter, and one son. From a previous relationship, he also had two children in 2015. On The Ultimate Fighter: Team Nogueira vs. Team Mir, Evans’s brother, Lance, had made a special appearance and was eliminated by Vinicius Magalhaes because of a rib injury and later did not able to join the cast.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on 25 September 1979, Rashad Evans is 44 years old as of today’s date 25th February 2024. His height is 1.80 m tall, and his weight is 93 kg.
After wrestling out from Niagara-Wheatfield High School in New York, Evans made twice his way to the state finals tournament by winning all-state honors and weight classes for his country. In 1997, at 145 pounds, Evans was placed 4th in the state. In 1998, at 171 pounds, he was again placed 4th in the country. In 2000, he was the champion of the 165-pound weight class for the same tournament.
Evans competed for Michigan State in the Big Ten Conference on the NCAA Division I during his early career. He finished in 4th position in the 2002 conference championships, where he lost a decision to a UFC competitor Jacob Volkmann. He won the Big Ten Championship that took place in 2003 and later came 3rd in the same. Evans earned his opening match before losing to Robbie Waller after Rashad makes his step on the NCAA Division I Championships.
He next competed with Greg Jones, who was a 3x National Champion. Evans was one of the fourth to defeat Jones ever in his career. Evans next competed with Purdue’s Ryan Lange, where he lost that match. If he could win that match, he would have been qualified for All-American status. With a world-class record of 48 wins and 34 losses, Evans ended his career as a martial artist at Michigan State.
Awards & Achievements
At Gladiator Challenge, Evans was the winner of the GC Light Heavyweight Tournament.
At the UFC’s, he has won several fortunes. Some of his achievements are as follows:
He won the one-time UFC Light Heavyweight Championship.
Included in the Hall Of Fame in 2019.
He was the winner of the tournament, The Ultimate Fighter 2 Heavyweight.
He was the two times winner of Knockout of the Night.
He won the Knockout of the year title against Chuck Liddell in 2008.
He was the fighter of the year in 2008.
Included in the Mixed Martial Arts Hall of Fame.
Net Worth & Salary of Rashad Evans in 2024
As of February 2024, Rashad Evans has a massive net worth of $10 million. He has earned this fortune by the dedication and hard work towards his professional life. His earnings include all of his UFC Championships tournaments.
Rashad Evans is a famous American martial artist, and he is currently participating as a light heavyweight in the UFC 225. His career started in 2003. As a child, Evans studied karate, and he is also a black belt winner in Brazilian jiu-jitsu and Gaidojutsu. Evans has competed with numerous UFC competitors in his entire career and has earned a fortune with 48 wins and 34 losses. He had also won the UFC Heavyweight Championship and also was included in the UFC Hall of Fame in 2019.