- Famous Name
- Birth Name Chas Lucas Skelly
- Famous Name Chas Skelly
- Birth Date May 11, 1985,
- Net Worth $1.5 million
- Height 1.8 m
- Nationality American
- Ethnicity White
- Profession UFC fighter
- Religion Christian
Chas Lucas Skelly with the Octagon name Chas Skelly is an American mixed martial artist who is signed to the Ultimate Fighting Championship and currently, competing in the featherweight division. He initiated his professional career in 2009 and has also competed for Bellator MMA and Legacy Fighting Championship.
Born on May 11, 1985, in Bedford, Texas, United States Chas holds the record for the fastest submission in UFC/WEC history in the featherweight division. Besides, he also has the UFC record for the fastest consecutive wins in UFC history (13 days). The NAIA wrestler has fought 22 matches and won 18 of them.
Net Worth and UFC Earnings
The MMA fighter Chas Skelly is earning pretty much a right amount of income through his fighting career, and his estimated net worth is at around $150,000 as of 2020.
Chas won against Jordan Griffin on September 14, 2019, where he earned a cash prize of $130,000 and after the match against Chris Gruetzemacher, he pocketed $80,000 on February 4, 2017.
At UFC Fight against Maximo Blanco on September 17, 2016, he earned a cash amount of $96,000, and when has defeated his opponent Kevin Souza on November 7, 2015, he has received $100,000.
|UFC Fight Night: Cowboy vs. Gaethje||Jordan Griffin||$60,000 ($25,000 to show, $25,000 win bonus, $10,000 fight week incentive pay)|
|UFC Fight Night: Korean Zombie vs. Rodríguez||Bobby Moffett||$30,000 ($25,000 to show, $5,000 fight week incentive pay)|
|UFC Fight Night: Bermudez vs. Korean Zombie||Chris Gruetzemacher||$51,000 ($23,000 to show, $23,000 win bonus, $5,000 Reebok sponsorship)|
|UFC Fight Night: Poirier vs. Johnson||Maximo Blanco||$97,000 ($21,000 to show, $21,000 win bonus, $50,000 Performance of the Night bonus, $5,000 Reebok sponsorship)|
Chas knockdown Bobby Moffett at UFC Fight Night headlining Korean Zombie vs. Rodríguez where he won $30,000 ($25,000 to show, $5,000 fight week incentive pay). When he beat Jim Alers on February 14, 2015, he received a cash prize of $96,000, whereas after picking victory against Tom Niinimäki on August 23, 2014, he earned $80,000.
Chas is going to fight Grant Dawson on Jan 9, 2020.
Married to Stephanie
The 34 years old Lightweight champion is married and his spouse's name is Stephanie. The couple exchanged their wedding vows in around late 2000s.
It's been almost a decade they tied in a marital bond and since then they have welcomed one child as a daughter who has turned 8 years now.
Being the MMA player, it's hard to keep some extra hobbies, but the fighter like Chas has not confined himself within the fighting ring.
He has a hobby of hunting, and he frequently goes for wild hunting around his locality, and besides fishing, he loves to read books and travel new places.
Chas got an injury during the match Daniel Pineda where he broke his foot, and his tendons were torn. After the game he said,
“I had been fighting for about a year or so, and then I got hurt in a Bellator fight against Daniel Pineda, he got me in a toehold and actually broke my foot and tore some tendons. I opted not to have surgery. I should have, most likely, but I didn’t have surgery and I did rehab. It took a long time to get better. It’s better now, but it took a long time. ”
After the game, his crew member immediately took him to the hospital, but thankfully, he did not undergo surgery.
- Performance of the Night at UFC
- Record for fastest submission in UFC/WEC history in the featherweight division
- Record for fastest consecutive wins in UFC history (13 days)
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