Ryan Hall is a well-known American mixed martial artist currently fighting for the UFC in its Featherweight as well as the Lightweight division. He is a well-known grappler and practices Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and Grappling.
Turning pro on April 29, 2006, Ryan Hall has so far appeared in 9 fights with a total of 8 wins and 1 loss. Currently, he is in contract with the UFC since August 31, 2015.
Ryan Hall UFC Earnings and Net worth
Ryan Hall has earned $34,000 (includes a $17,000 win bonus) from his last fight against Gray Maynard on December 3, 2016, whereas his opponent Gray Maynard took ho 51,000.
As per many tabloids, his current net worth is reportedly around $100,000 in 2019. He has earned $224,500 from his UFC career. Besides, he and his wife also make good money from their Fifty/50 Jiu-Jitsu school.
Who is Ryan's Wife?
Ryan Hall is married to his wife Jen Hall, who is a Brazilian jiu-jitsu trainer. They are together since 2008 and tied the knot in December 2014.
His wife is a black belt in jiu-jitsu and is a trainer at Fifty/50 Jiu-Jitsu, a school for martial arts. The couple is the parents of their only child Sean Christopher Hall born on 22 August 2018. Hall revealed in the media that his UFC debut was not for money but because his wife wanted him to.
He is 1.78 meters tall, weighs 145 lbs, and has a punching reach of 71 inches.
Ryan Hall Early Life
Ryan Hall was born on February 22, 1985, in Arlington County, Virginia, U.S, and showed an early interest in Grappling and self-defense.
He attended Manhattan College in The Bronx, NY, and is a certified Electrical Engineer. Further, he holds an American nationality belongs to the white ethnic group.
Ryan Hall MMA Career
Prior to joining UFC, he fought in numerous smaller MMA organizations against some fighters like Eddie Fyvie, Phillip Deschambault, Maged Hammo, Leonardo Perez, Ryan Hogans.
He first appeared in a reality TV show The Ultimate Fighter: Team McGregor vs. Team Faber Finale fought against Artem Lobov and was able to win against the GOAT on 11-Dec-15 via Decision (unanimous) in round 3.
On 3rd December 16, he fought Gray Maynard at The Ultimate Fighter: Tournament of Champions Finale and won his second match via a Unanimous Decision in round 3.