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Jens Pulver Net Worth
|Name:||Jens Johnnie Pulver|
|Profession:||American mixed martial artist|
|Date of Birth:||6 December 1974 (age 48 years)|
|Birth Place||Sunnyside, Washington, United States|
Jens Pulver is an American fighter who has a net worth of around $300,000. He was born in Washington and grew up in a very unhappy home where his father was abusive. He was saved from being shot by his father when he was seven years old because a friend introduced him to wrestling. He was very good at wrestling and won two championships in high school. After college, he started fighting in mixed martial arts and became the first UFC Lightweight Champion in 2001. He has won 27 of his 47 MMA fights and now fights in the Flyweight division in Asia.
About Jens Pulver
Jens Johnnie Pulver was a professional fighter who competed in mixed martial arts and boxing. He was the first UFC Lightweight Champion and also served as a coach on a reality show. He competed in various weight divisions, including lightweight, featherweight, bantamweight, flyweight, middleweight, light middleweight, and welterweight. He competed in the UFC and also in the Pride Fighting Championships. He was the youngest UFC Lightweight Champion and held the title for two defenses before retiring from combat sports in 2014. He was nicknamed Lil’ Evil and was considered one of the most influential figures in the UFC due to his undefeated reign as Lightweight Champion.
Pulver was introduced to a family friend named Jack Vantress who encouraged him to join a youth wrestling program. He went on to become a state champion wrestler in high school and then in college at Boise State University. While in college, Pulver became interested in mixed martial arts and found success in underground events. He eventually moved to California where he trained at the Lion’s Den and then joined a camp called Shamrock 2000. There he met young MMA stars Nick and Nate Diaz. Pulver became the first 155-pound champion in UFC history, but he needed better training partners to fight full-time. He was sent to Iowa to train with Pat Miletich.
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