All you need to know about Ariel Helwani, the best mixed martial arts writer of all time, including his net worth, wife, income, and sponsorships.
Ariel Helwani is perhaps the most well-known figure in mixed martial arts journalism. After covering the sport for almost a decade, The Canadian’s readership continues to rise.
As a result of the efforts of Ariel Helwani, Expenditure and Earnings
Ariel Helwani’s net worth is $8 million, which is quite a bit of money for a writer. The fact that he’s earned it is undeniable. He appears to be destined to remain at the top of the food chain until he succumbs to old age.
In his stint at ESPN, he was reportedly paid $500,000 annually. That isn’t the only way he makes a living. He’s a columnist for several well-known websites and has his own YouTube channel.
Despite his departure from ESPN, his pay has yet to be revealed since he joined MMA Fighting and BT Sport in its stead.
As a professional, Ariel Helwani
After graduating from Syracuse University in 2004, Ariel Helwani obtained journalism and public relations degree.
He began reporting on MMA in 2006 for MMA Fighting, which gave him his first significant break.
MMA Junkie’s John Morgan was knocked out in 2010 and has won the MMA Journalist of the Year award every year after that (for ten straight years).
MMA Fighting’s popularity won him the opportunity to work as a pre-fight and post-fight reporter for Fox Sports’ UFC coverage. He immediately climbed to prominence as one of the show’s most influential reporters.
Dana White banned him for life in 2016 because he leaked the return of Brock Lesnar (for UFC 200) before the organization had even made the announcement. Also, the following year, he was barred from Conor McGregor versus Floyd Mayweather.
Helwani joined ESPN in 2018 and became the network’s chief MMA correspondent. With former UFC heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier, he presented the DC & Helwani MMA program, which was a huge success.
MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani has been running for almost a decade, and Helwani has returned to host the show after a three-year stint at ESPN.
BT Sport also employs him.
Ariel Helwani’s Relationships, Family, and Supporters
Montreal, Quebec, Canada-born Mizrahi Jewish parents Claude and Pina Helwani gave birth to Ariel Helwani on July 8th, 1982. Egyptian and Lebanese ancestry runs throughout the family.
David Saad, a Lebanese judoka who competed in the 1976 Summer Olympics, and Gad Saad, an evolutionary biologist, are Helwani’s renowned relatives. The two of them are his kin.
His childhood sweetheart, Jaclyn Stein Helwani, is his wife. Her full-time job is designing jewelry.
Their three children are a daughter, a boy, and a daughter.
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