Joseph Benavidez

Facts of  Joseph Benavidez
Full Name: Joseph Benavidez
Age: 37
Birthday: July 31, 1984
Nationality: Mexicon
Horoscope: Leo
Wife: Megan Olivi
Net Worth: N/A
Profession: an MMA fighter
Height: 5 feet 4 inches
Father: N/A
Mother: N/A

Joseph Benavidez is an MMA fighter who has been battling in the UFC since Walk 2011 following the consolidation of his extraordinary stage World Outrageous Cagefighting with A definitive Battling Title. Joseph, also known as Joe B-Wan Kenobi, has a long list of titles and accomplishments. He has always been ranked fourth in the flyweight division.

What is the Age of Joseph Benavidez?

Joseph was born on July 31, 1984, in San Antonio, Texas, USA, and was raised in New Mexico. He is currently 35 years old and is born under the sign of Leo. In New Mexico, he attended Las Cruces Secondary School. After finishing his high school education, he began training in boxing and later mastered wrestling.

Data concerning his family is still unknown. Nonetheless, it is discovered that he has two siblings, the names of whom are unknown.

Net Worth of Joseph Benavidez

As a well-known grappler, Joseph should take advantage of his attractive procuring through his professional profession. Furthermore, his total assets are estimated to be worth a large sum of money.

Name of Joseph Benavidez’s Wife

Joseph is a married man. He is married to his lovely spouse, Megan Olivi. The couple has been married since October of 2015. Megan Olivi is a Fox Sports 1 columnist and host.

How Tall is Joseph Benavidez?

Joseph has a good stature, standing at 5 feet 4 inches tall. Nonetheless, his body weight has yet to be determined. He has dark hair, as well as dark-shaded eyes.

Joseph Benavidez’s Career Line

  • Joseph began his wrestling training at the age of sixteen, and he began his career by performing in small shows. Following that, he signed an agreement with WEC (World Outrageous Cagefighting) in 2008, which later merged with UFC in 2010.
  • His battling career has a record of 26 victories out of 31 matches, with seven victories by knockout, ten by choice, and nine by accommodation.
  • He fought a variety of grapplers, including former Bantamweight Champion Miguel Torres.
  • He won the Exhibition of the Night award in 2018 after dominating the game against Alex Perez by technical knockout in one round.
  • His next fight was scheduled for UFC 233 on January 26th, 2019, against the undefeated Brazilian Deiveson Figueiredo, but the fight was canceled. He is currently ranked first in the UFC flyweight rankings as of July 1, 2019.