Player ProfileJuliana Pena: Net Worth, Salay, Family 2022

Juliana Pena: Net Worth, Salay, Family 2022

Juliana Pena is a professional mixed martial artist who plays for America. She attends in the bantamweight division. She is associated with UFC ( Ultimate Fighting Championship). She is the 1st woman who won the UFC. Now she is ranked third in UFC women. Pena is the youngest sibling among the 4 siblings. Her birth place is in Spokane, Washington.

Juliana Pena’s Club Career:

MMA Career:

In 2009, Pena made her MMA debut. She won 4 sequential fights. In a 140-pound catchweight bout, she was defeated in 2012. She was injured in an accident while walking with a drunk driver. After 10 months, she came back to the competition in the flyweight division.

The Ultimate Fight:

In 2013, Pena was selected for The Ultimate Fighter: Team Rousey vs Team Tale. 

UFC:

Pena fought against Jessica Rakoczy in 2013 at The Ultimate Fighter 18 Finale. She won the bout and was considered the champion of The Ultimate Fighter 18 Women’s Bantamweight.

Injury:

At UFC-171, Pena was announced to fight against Jessica Andrade but was postponed due to an injury to her right knee. So she did not fight for the rest of 2014.

Return to the UFC:

In 2015, Pena fought against Milana Dudueva at UFC Night 63. She accomplished the fight with the victory via TKO in the 1st round. Then she faced Jessica Eye at UFC 192. She also won that fight. 

In 2017, Pena fought against Valentina Shevchenko but lost the fight. Then she announced that she was pregnant. So she was out of the season in 2018. 

In 2019, Pena fought against Nicco Montano who was the flyweight champion at UFC Fight Night 155. Pena accomplished the fight with victory.

In 2020, Pena fought against Germaine de Randamie at UFC on ESPN: Holm vs Aldana, She faced Sara McMann at UFC on ABC 1.

In 2021, Pena fought against Sara McMann and won the fight in the 3rd round.

Bantamweight Champion:

In 2021, Pena was scheduled to fight Amanda Nunes at the UFC Women’s Bantamweight Championship at UFC 265 but it was postponed due to Nunes testing positive for COVID-19. The bout was again scheduled at UFC 269. She won the bout and championship in the biggest history of UFC. 

In 2022, Pena would be the coach for UFC 30 on ESPN. There will be a rematch against Amanda Nunes on July 30 at UFC 277. 

Timeline of Juliana Pena: 

  • 2021: UFC 269 – Olivia Vs Poirier
  • 2021: UFC 257 – Poirier Vs McGregor 2
  • 2020: UFC on ESPN 16 – Holm Vs Aldana
  • 2019: UFC Fight Night 155 
  • 2017: UFC on Fox 23 – Shevchenko Vs Pena
  • 2016: UFC 200 – Tata Vs Nunes
  • 2015: UFC Fight Night 63 – Mendes Vs Lamas
  • 2013:
  1. 1. UFC – The Ultimate Fighter 18 Finale
  2. COTC 11
  • 2011: COTC 10
  • 2009:
  1. 1. CS 8
  2. IFC – Caged Combat
  3. EF – Excitefight
  4. MLCF

Pena’s Summary:

Tournament:

Total: 15

Wins: 11

Losses: 4

Juliana Pena’s Biography:

Real Name Juliana Nicole Pena
Nickname The Venezuelan Vixen
Age  32
Height (approx) 1.70 m ( 5 ft 7 in)
Weight (approx) In Kilograms- 61 kg 9.6 st. (approx)

In Pounds- 135 lbs (approx)

Personal Information
Date of Birth  19 August 1989 
Birth Place Spokane, Washington, U.S. 
Ethnicity Mexican, and Venezuelan descent
Nationality American
Family Status
Father’s Name Not known
Mother’s Name Not known
Marital Status Married
Wife Not Known
Children 1
Career 
Source Of Income Jones Soda Co.
Salary (approx) Not Known
Net Worth $1 Million
Social Profiles
Twitter Profile @VenezuelanVixen
Instagram Profile @venezuelanvixen

 

Juliana Pena’s Age,  Height, and Weight: 

Pena’s age is now 32. She was born on 19 August 1989. Her height is 1.70 m ( 5 ft 7 in) and her weight is 61 kg 9.6 st (135 lbs).

Juliana Pena’s Net Worth:

Pena’s net worth is around $1 Million. 

Juliana Pena’s Endorsement:

Pena has dealt with Jones Soda Co. 

Juliana Pena’s Wife and Children:

Pena is married and has a daughter named Issa Cruz. Her husband’s name is not revealed. Her daughter was born in 2018.

Juliana Pena’s Achievements:

Mixed martial arts

  • Ultimate Fighting Championship
  • UFC Women’s Bantamweight Championship (one time)
  • The Ultimate Fighter 18 Tournament Winner
  • Performance of the Night (Two times) vs. Milana Dudieva, Amanda Nunes
  • 2021 Upset of the Year vs. Amanda Nunes

MMAjunkie.com

  • 2021: January Submission of the Month vs. Sara McMann
  • 2021: December Submission of the Month vs. Amanda Nunes
  • 2021: Upset of the Year vs. Amanda Nunes

Cageside Press

  • 2021: Upset of the Year 

LowKick MMA

  • 2021:  Upset of the Year

Sherdog

  • 2021: Upset of the Year vs.

ESPN

  • 2021: Female Fighter of the Year

Bleacher Report

  • 2021: Upset of the Year vs. Amanda Nunes

MMA Sucka

  • 2021: Upset of the Year 

Yahoo! Sports

  • 2021: Submission of the Year 

Daily Mirror

  • 2021: Upset of the Year 

Low kick MMA

  • 2021: Upset of the Year

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