Allen started his professional MMA career in 2015 and competed in a number of Southern regional promotions. Two times, against Tim Hiley at LFA 50 and Moses Murrietta at LFA 61, he won the middleweight title of the Legacy Fighting Alliance. On July 16, 2019, Allen made his UFC debut by defeating Aaron Jeffery in Dana White’s Contender Series 20. He was given a contract by the UFC after this victory. At UFC on ESPN: With his current record of 22 wins and 5 defeats (22-5-0), Allen is ranked 10th among middleweight fighters in the UFC.
Regarding his fighting earnings, Allen received a basic wage of $85,000 for his most recent match at UFC Fight Night: Emmett vs. Topuria against Bruno Silva. For the battle, he earned a total of $96,000 in incentives and bonuses. It’s important to remember that these numbers exclude any possible pay-per-view incentives or other unreported income.
In addition to his career as a fighter, Allen has a reputation for wise financial decisions. Regretfully, the particulars of his investment holdings are not accessible to the general public.
en is expected to have a growing net worth in the upcoming years due to his growing popularity and outstanding octagon performances. Although there is little information available on his investments, endorsements, and philanthropic endeavors, it is clear that Allen is committed to establishing a prosperous and successful mixed martial arts career.