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Lodune Sincaid Wiki/Biography
Lodune Sincaid, better known by his nickname Vanilla Gorilla, was born on the 7th May 1973, in St. Paul, Minnesota USA, and is probably best recognized for being a professional mixed martial artist (MMA), who competes in the divisions of middleweight and light-heavyweight for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), World Fighting Alliance (WFA), and Palace Fighting Championship (PFC). His professional career has been active since 2001.
So, have you ever wondered how rich Lodune Sincaid is, as of late 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the total size of Lodune’s net worth is over $100,000, accumulated through his successful involvement in the sports industry as a professional MMA fighter.
Lodune Sincaid Net Worth $100,000
Lodune Sincaid spent his childhood in his hometown. As a kid, he started training in wrestling, and in his freshman year of high school began fighting. Later he served in the US Navy, and upon returning home, he moved to California to pursue his career as a mixed martial artist.
Thus, Lodune’s MMA career turned professional in January 2001, when he made his debut in a match against Jason Miller at Reality Submission Fighting 2, defeating him via submission, which marked the beginning of an increase of his net worth. Over the following years, he was very successful, participating in five matches and moving to a 6-0 record in the fight against David Avilla at Universal Above Ground Fighting: Ultimate Cage Fighting 4 in October 2003, distinguishing himself as a fighter.
Two years later, Lodune was selected to fight in the debut season of the reality TV series “The Ultimate Fighter 1”, adding a considerable amount to his net worth. He competed for the team called Team Couture, alongside Randy Couture, but was eliminated in the first elimination fight, by Bobby Southworth, then lost in the same year when he faced Nate Quarry in “The Ultimate Fighter 1 Finale”.
In the following year, Lodune continued to line up successes, as he made his debut in the WEC, defeating James Irvin, a former WEC Heavyweight Champion, via a unanimous decision at WEC 19: Undisputed. In the next fight at WEC 20: Cinco de Mayhem, he won the WEC Light Heavyweight Championship, defeating Dan Molina by a rear naked choke; however, he could not defend the title, and lost it to Doug Marshall by knockout in August of the same year.
In 2007, Lodune began competing for the Palace Fighting Championship (PFC), making his debut in the fight against Kenny Ento, defeating him at PFC 2: Fast and Furious, which increased his net worth by a large margin. To speak further about his career, Lodune had five more victories, defeating such fighters as Rafael Real, Kyle Keeney, and Larry Hopkins, among others, but most recently, he appeared in two more matches, both of which he lost.
When it comes to speak about Lodune Sincaid’s personal life, there is no information about it in the media.
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