Jose Aldo Net Worth 2020, Biography, Early Life, Education, Career and Achievement

Jose Aldo Net Worth 2020, Biography, Early Life, Education, Career and Achievement

Jose Aldo Net Worth  Jose Aldo is a mixed martial artist from Brazil who currently competes in the featherweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship. He was the fourth and final WEC Featherweight Champion and thus, became the first UFC Featherweight Champion during the UFC/WEC merger.

Jose Aldo Net Worth 2020

Jose Aldo Net Worth

Early Life, Family and Education:

Aldo was born as Jose Aldo da Silva Oliveira Junior on September 9, 1986, in Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil. He is a Brazilian by his nationality. His parents are José Aldo da Silva Oliveira Sr. and Rocilene Socorro Souza and also has two sibling sisters named Rosilene Oliveira and Josilene Souza de Oliveira.

As a child, he wanted to be a football player in the future. His father also supported him, however, he could not involve himself in practicing football.

Personal Life:

At this moment, Aldo is married to his wife is Vivianne Pereira, who is a purple belt in jiu-jitsu and also has fought professionally in Muay Thai. They married in 2005 after having a loving affair with each other.

The couple also welcomed their daughter in 2012. She is Joanna by her ring name. He doesn’t engage in any affair and neither has he had a girlfriend. They spent 10 blissful years with each other. He has a fair image and currently, he is not alleged in any controversy or rumors.


After having a proper training in mixed martial arts, he turned professional at 17. He had fought his fellow countryman Mario Bigola, whom he defeated by knockout eighteen seconds into the first round. Later after that, he fought with Azevedo. But he was defeated by Azvedo.

He also delivered his excellence in World Extreme Cagefighting. He debuted on June 1, 2008, at the Arco Arena in Sacramento, California. In his debut, he played outstandingly and managed to defeat Alexandre Franca Nogueira at WEC 34. He also won the WEC featherweight Championship against Mike Brown in 2009.

Jose Aldo was the inaugural UFC Featherweight Champion during its merge with WEC. After winning several title defense matches, Aldo was defeated by Conor McGregor in 2017 at the UFC 189. Aldo was later again promoted as the Featherweight Champion after Conor was stripped off the belt. However, he went on to lose it to Max Holloway in June 2017.

In his recent fight, Also defeated Jeremy Stephens at UFC on Fox 30 on July 28, 2018.

At this moment, he ranked #15 in official UFC pound for pound rankings, having been ranked as high as #1 in 2015, and ranked the #2 featherweight in the world and #9 pound-for-pound by Sherdog. He has total wins of 27 out of 31.


He has a great career earnings and salary. His total salary helps him to boost his net worth. His estimated net worth is $9 million and has earned $3,590,500 in his MMA career.