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Joanne Calderwood Wiki/Biography
Joanne Calderwood was born on the 23rd December 1986, in Irvine, Scotland, and is a professional mixed martial artist, who is currently signed to the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and is competing in its Flyweight division. She is also a successful Muay Thai fighter, having won such championships as ISKA World Flyweight, IFK European Flyweight, and the WBC UK Bantamweight titles among others.
Have you ever wondered how rich Joanne Calderwood is, as of late 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Calderwood’s net worth is as high as $300,000, an amount earned through her successful career, active since 2000.
Joanne Calderwood Net Worth $300,000
During her childhood years, Joanne was very much into sports as she was involved in swimming, and once in her teens, she would participate in competitive events. However, once her brother started Muay Thai training, Joanne fell in love with martial arts and wanted to try herself in the particular sport. Once she convinced her mother to let her join the gym instead of swimming pool, Joanne’s journey to one of the most successful Muay Thai female fighters commenced.
Joanne began with two training sessions per week, but within a short time started visiting the gym two times a day, while also practicing at home in her free time.
Before fully committing to a career in Muay Thai, Joanne worked in a hospital monitoring patients who were on ventilation machines, and helping them with their everyday needs.
Once out of a regular job, Joanne found herself a place at a local gym, where she not only trained herself, but also taught other aspiring fighters.
She made her debut in 2000 in Muay Thai, and since then has compiled a record of 19 wins and two losses. She has held several titles, and was also named STBA Fighter of the year in 2009. She retired from Muay Thai in 2012, and is regarded as the second best fighter in the world by the World Professional Muay Thai Federation.
The same year, she made her MMA debut at On Top 4 against Noellie Molina, the first professional Scottish female mixed martial artist. She recorded her first win, and then went to India and debuted in SFL promotion at SFL 3 event, fighting against Lena Ovchynnikova, and then returned to her native Scotland and fought Ainara Mota at On Top 5 event to secure her third victory.
Joanne continued rather successfully compiling a record of eight straight wins, and making it into the Invicta FC promotion, in which she fought against such mixed martial artists as Ashley Cummins, Livia von Plettenberg, Norma Rueda Center, and Katja Kankaanpää.
After a successful showing in Invicta FC, she became a part of The Ultimate Fighter and defeated Emily Kagan in the elimination round, but lost to Rose Namajunas in the quarterfinal. She made her official UFC debut at The Ultimate Fighter: A Champion Will Be Crowned Finale against Seohee Ham, and recorded her ninth victory as a professional mixed artist, which only increased her net worth. She then faced Maryna Moroz, who inflicted Joanne her first career defeat, nevertheless, she soon bounced back with a victory over Cortney Casey at the UFC Fight Night: Bisping vs.
Leites, and their match earned Fight of the Night honors, which also contributed to Joanne’s wealth since she received prize money for her performance. Since then, she has fought three times, but recorded only one victory, against Valérie Létourneau at the UFC Fight Night: MacDonald vs. Thomspon, which was her Flyweight debut, but then lost two fights in a row, first to Jéssica Andrade, and then to Cynthia Calvillo.
Regarding her personal life, Joanne tends to keep her most intimate details, such as marital status or number of children hidden from the public eye, therefore, no reliable information is available about this successful mixed martial artist.
|Date Of Birth||December 23, 1986|
|Place Of Birth||Irvine, United Kingdom|
|Profession||Mixed martial artist|
|TV Shows||The Ultimate Fighter|
|UFC on Fox||2015||TV Series||Herself|
|The Ultimate Fighter||2014||TV Series||Herself - Contestant|
|Invicta FC 7: Honchak vs. Smith||2013||TV Movie||Herself|
|Invicta FC 6: Cyborg vs. Coenen II||2013||TV Movie||Herself|