Born in Aurora, Colorado in March 1983. American mixed martial artist and former professional football player Brendan Schaub has earned an estimated net worth of $3 million. He first joined the Utah Blaze of the Arena Football League and was a part of the NFL’s Buffalo Bills’ practice team. He became a finalist and came in second on the Spike TV reality television series The Ultimate Fighter: Heavyweights. In June 2008, Schaub started his mixed martial art career by winning over Jay Lester in ROF. In April the following year, he beat Bojan Spalevic and received the Ring of Fire Heavyweight Championship. In December of the same year, Schaub was defeated by Roy Nelson in The Ultimate Fighter: Heavyweights Finale. In March 2011, he won and beat Mirko Filipovic in the Knockout of the Night. In December 2014, Brendan Schaub unfortunately lost to Travis Browne, accumulating his total MMA record to 10-5. For his upcoming matches, he will join the Light Heavyweight division instead. He is currently co-host of the weekly UFC podcast The Fighter and the Kid with Bryan Callen on Fox Sports as well as a recurring guest on the Joe Rogan Experience.