- Date of Birth
- Age 33 Years Old
- Famous Name The Crank
- Country Guam GU
- Birth Name Frank Camacho
- Birth Place Guam
- Famous Name The Crank
- Net Worth N/A
- Salary N/A
- Nationality Guamanian American
- Ethnicity White
- Currently Working For UFC
- Currently Married Yes
- Married to Sarah Filush
- Children Yes
- Tatto(s) Yes
A Mariana mixed martial artist, Frank Camacho currently competes in Welterweight division in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Camacho who is five feet 10 inches and 72 kg was the 2006 Micronesian Game wrestling gold medalist and the 2010 Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu champion.
He is also known by the name The Crank.
Frank Camacho's Net Worth and Endorsement in 2019
As of now, Camacho is signed to UFC which is also his major source of earning. In his first UFC fight, Camacho earned $10,000 from show plus $20,000 win bonus and $5000 Reebok sponsorship. In his second UFC fight, he received $10,000 show cash plus $10,000 win bonus and $2,500 Reebok sponsorship but was fined $2,000 due to missing weight.
Despite a loss in his third and fourth UFC fight, he received $50,000 fight-night bonuses at UFC on FOX 27 and $15,500 at UFC 228. In his most recent win, he took home $28,000 at UFC Fight Night: Gustafsson vs. Smith.
Though, the renowned fighter has not disclosed his exact figure of net worth, looking at his career Camacho’s net worth is no less than six digit figure.
Frank Camacho's Personal Life; Is he Married?
Currently twenty-nine, Frank Camacho is a happily married man.
He is living a blissful married life with his gorgeous wife, Sarah Filush with whom he tied the knot back on 5th March 2017.
The duo not only is a lover, but also a proud parent. On 28th February 2018, Camacho announced the pair is expecting their second baby via Instagram. As of now, they have two sons.
Frank Camacho's Early Life
A native of Guam, Camacho was born on 6th September 1988. His birth sign is Virgo. Regarding his nationality, he holds Guamania nationality and belongs to white ethnicity.
At a young age, Camacho began playing golf in hope to compete professionally someday. Nonetheless, he attracted towards to mixed martial arts, to shack some weight and get in shape, after watching Pride Fighting Championship and UFC events on TV.
When he turned fifteen, Camacho started off training MMA under the supervision of Cuki Alvarez and Tetsuji at Trench tech Purebred at Saipan. The following year, he competes in his first professional fight.
Frank Camacho's Mixed Martial Career
Before joining UFC, Camacho recorded 20-4 while fighting most of his fight in the Pacific Rim Island notably on Saipan, Guam, Mangilo, and Northern Mariana Island under the promotions including Trench Warz, Pacific X-Treme Combat, and Rites of passage.
The Ultimate Fighter 16
In 2012, Camacho joined Theltimate Fighter: Team Carwin vs. Team Nelson where he faced Neil Magny. He lost the fight in the round first via unanimous decision as well as eliminated from the completions.
Ultimate Fighting Championship
On 17th June 2017, Camacho made his UFC debut against Li Jingliang, replacing injured Jonathan Meunier at UFC Fight Night: Holm vs. Correia. He lost his first UFC fight via unanimous but earned UFC’s Fight of the Night bonus award.
His second fight came against Damien Brown in a lightweight bout on 19th November, at UFC Fight Night: Werdum vs. Tybura. He won the fight via split decision.
On 27th January 2018, he made his appearance against Drew Bober at UFC on Fox: Jacare vs. Brunson 2 where he got defeated via unanimous decision. Despite the loss, he earned Fight of the Night bonus and became one of five fighters in UFC history to have back to back Fight of the Night award.
On September 8, 2018, he was defeated by Geoff Neal at UFC 228. Further, he faced Nick Hein at UFC Fight Night: Gustafsson vs. Smith. He won the fight via TKO.