JOE SCHILLING NET WORTH and Biography

JOE SCHILLING NET WORTH

Joe Schilling net worth and salary: Joe Schilling is a MMA Fighter who has a net worth of $9 Million. Joe Schilling was born in Dayton, in January 13, 1984. Mixed martial artist and Muy Thai kickboxer who has competed as a middleweight in Bellator MMA and Bellator Kickboxing. His 2014 victory over Melvin Manhoef was named Knockout of the Year. 
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ABOUT

Mixed martial artist and Muy Thai kickboxer who has competed as a middleweight in Bellator MMA and Bellator Kickboxing. His 2014 victory over Melvin Manhoef was named Knockout of the Year. 

BEFORE FAME

He was raised in Dayton, Ohio and had a troubled childhood, being expelled from four different schools. He worked as a personal trainer at a YMCA in Los Angeles. 

TRIVIA

His use of his elbows to cut his opponents has earned him the nickname “Stitch ‘Em Up.”

FAMILY LIFE

He and his two siblings were raised by their mother in a single-parent home. 

ASSOCIATED WITH

He defeated Chris Spang via TKO in June 2009.

Joe Schilling    

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Joe Schilling Biography

Joe Schilling is a famous MMA Fighter, who was born on January 13, 1984 in United States. Mixed martial artist and Muy Thai kickboxer who has competed as a middleweight in Bellator MMA and Bellator Kickboxing. His 2014 victory over Melvin Manhoef was named Knockout of the Year. According to Astrologers, Joe Schilling’s zodiac sign is Capricorn. Chesson Hadley Net Worth: The Star Golfer’s Work And Earnings

Joseph Francis Schilling (born January 13, 1984) is an American professional Muay Thai kickboxer and mixed martial artist who competes for Bellator Kickboxing in the Middleweight division, and in the Middleweight division for Bellator MMA. He and his two siblings were raised by their mother in a single-parent home.

After a short and unremarkable amateur career, Schilling turned professional on September 30, 2006, taking on Lawson Baker in an 84 kg/185 lb bout on ten days’ notice in Inglewood, California. He recalls striking his opponent with all his might, only to watch him continue to advance unfazed. After being dropped multiple times and nearly throwing in the towel, Schilling finally found the one weapon that worked, elbows. 47 landed elbows later, he won his first professional Muay Thai fight by way of split decision.

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Known for his use of elbows to cut opponents and nicknamed “Stitch ’em Up”, Schilling began fighting professionally in 2006 and was a two-time national titlist before defeating Kaoklai Kaennorsing to become the WBC Muaythai Interim World Light Heavyweight Champion in 2011. His profile further increased the following year when he engaged in a controversial rivalry with Simon Marcus.

Joe Schilling Net Worth

Joe Schilling is one of the richest MMA Fighter & listed on most popular MMA Fighter. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Joe Schilling net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

He was raised in Dayton, Ohio and had a troubled childhood, being expelled from four different schools. He worked as a personal trainer at a YMCA in Los Angeles.

Known for his use of elbows to cut opponents and nicknamed “Stitch ’em Up”, Schilling began fighting professionally in 2006 and was a two-time national titlist before defeating Kaoklai Kaennorsing to become the WBC Muaythai Interim World Light Heavyweight Champion in 2011. His profile further increased the following year when he engaged in a controversial rivalry with Simon Marcus.

Having amassed an undefeated record over the course of the next year, Schilling was given the opportunity to fight for the vacant International Karate Kickboxing Council (IKKC) United States Super Middleweight (-75 kg/165 lb) Muay Thai Championship against Russian import Denis Grachev in Highland, California on November 29, 2007. Grachev defeated Schilling with a 47-second knockout in the first round after Grachev delivered a spinning heel kick to the body, as Schilling was unable to beat the referee’s ten count.

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Joe Schilling Height

Joe Schilling’s height 6 ft 3 in weight 185  lbs & body measurements will update soon. His use of his elbows to cut his opponents has earned him the nickname “Stitch ‘Em Up.”

Born and raised in Dayton, Ohio, Schilling was raised by a single mother alongside two other siblings. A troublesome child, Schilling was expelled from four different schools and took up Muay Thai at 15 years old, hoping that it would give him direction and focus. After being kicked out of the family home at 17, he worked odd jobs and began his fighting career in local Toughman Contests while living in a small property that his grandmother owned with his brother Kevin. After his grandmother died, Schilling moved to Los Angeles, California where he found work as a personal trainer at a YMCA. He met his future trainer and business partner Mark Komuro while training at the LA Boxing Club, in downtown Los Angeles. When that gym shut down, the pair moved to a spartan gym situated in a dilapidated structure that had formerly housed the Lincoln Heights city jail, with Schilling being announced at fights as fighting out of “The Jail.” In keeping with that theme, when Schilling and Komuro decided to open their own gym, they were inspired to name it after the exercise area in prison, and in 2007 they opened The Yard, a Muay Thai gym located in Lincoln Heights.

Who is Joe Schilling dating?

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Schilling made his return to the ring on September 26, 2010 in his adopted hometown of Los Angeles where he faced Ryan Roy in a bout for the Muay Thai Association of America (MTAA) United States Super Middleweight (-75 kg/165 lb) Championship. After dominating Roy in the first round utilizing his height advantage with knees from the Thai clinch, Schilling forced the referee to stop the contest in the second when he barraged his opponent with a series of unanswered elbows. Less than a month later, he made his international debut as he defeated Argentine opponent Luciano Vazquez via fourth round technical knockout at the historic Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand on October 24, 2010.

Facts & Trivia

Ranked on the list of most popular MMA Fighter. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United States. Joe Schilling celebrates birthday on January 13 of every year.

On December 5, 2010 in Los Angeles, he beat Chaz Mulkey by third-round TKO in a WBC Muay Thai United States Super Middleweight (-76.204 kg/168 lb) title eliminator. He knocked Mulkey down four times throughout the bout, causing a referee stoppage. Schilling was then scheduled to face Ky Hollenbeck for the WBC National Super Middleweight Championship on March 5, 2011 in Los Angeles but Hollenbeck withdrew from the bout to fight for a world title and was replaced by Chase Green, and so the interim belt was then put on the line instead. After forcing a standing eight count on Green with a combination of a thip to the face and punches early in round one, he pounced on his hurt opponent and finished the fight with a flurry of strikes at the 2:13 mark of the opening stanza.

Having established himself as an elite fighter domestically, Joe Schilling was matched up with two-time Rajadamnern Stadium Champion and K-1 star Kaoklai Kaennorsing in a WBC Interim World Light Heavyweight Championship bout at the M-One: Thailand vs. America event held at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on October 21, 2011. The fight was one-sided in favour of Schilling, as he floored the Thai in the opening seconds and again immediately after he beat the referee’s eight count. After a period of clinching, he knocked Kaoklai down for the third time with a right hook towards the end of the round, ending the fight.

Schilling was expected to fight at the Stand Up Promotions’ World Class Championship Muay Thai event in Anaheim, California on August 13, 2011 but he dropped out to fight Brandon Banda for the vacant WBC United States Light Heavyweight (-79.379 kg/175 lb) Championship at Lion Fight: Battle in the Desert 3 in Primm, Nevada a week later. The bout was the pair’s rubber match as they had gone 1-1 as amateurs, and Schilling took the lead in their rivalry as he knocked his foe unconscious with a knee strike inside the opening round to claim his second national title.

In the main event of Lion Fight 7 in Las Vegas on October 13, 2012, he met Eddie Walker in an 82 kg/180 lb bout. Schilling attacked Walker’s lead leg from the start and scored knockdowns with elbows in rounds one and two. As Schilling got more aggressive towards the end of round two and began to look for the finish, Walker let his hands go and connected with a short right cross which sent Schilling crashing to the canvas in a state of unconsciousness.

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