Waldo Cortes Acosta Net Worth

Waldo Cortes Acosta’s net worth is $200k. He is a rising Dominican Republic born American UFC fighter with 7 wins and 0 defeats so Mashoor estimates his worth around $200k.

Waldo Cortes Acosta Biography

Waldo Cortes Acosta is a rising Dominican Republic born American mixed martial artist whose nickname is Salsa Boy.

He was brought into this world on Oct 3, 1991 in Dominican Republic. According to our research he is not on social media like Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

Currently he is having 7 win streak. He is 6’4 feet tall and weights 260 LBS or 117 kg.

Waldo Cortes Acosta

Waldo Cortes Acosta Personal Details

Net Worth$200k
Real NameWaldo Cortes Acosta
Date of BirthOct 3, 1991
BirthplaceDominican Republic


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Waldo Cortes Acosta Rankings

The top-ranked US Southwest Pro Heavyweight among the 38 active fighters is Waldo Cortes Acosta.

Out of the 10 active Arizona Pro Heavyweights, Waldo Cortes Acosta is ranked first.

Out of 352 active United States Pro Heavyweights, Waldo Cortes Acosta is ranked second.

Waldo Cortes Acosta Fight With Thomas Peterson

Waldo Cortes-Acosta had a difficult time in the LFA 129 main event on Friday night at the Mystic Lake Casino Hotel in Prior Lake, Minnesota, but he eventually managed to pull off a thrilling knockout in the third round to become the first Dominican champion in the organization’s history.

Early on, Thomas Petersen was successfully defending his Legacy Fighting Alliance heavyweight championship by repeatedly knocking Cortes-Acosta to the ground and pummeling him with punches to the head, arms, and torso. Even when the two were standing, Peterson was throwing the more effective blows, but the challenger would talk trash and dared him to keep going after him or knock him down.

Late in the third, as Peterson struggled to his feet, he was met with a flawless left hook and right cross combo to the face. The blows caused his knees to buckle, and as Peterson (5-1) sought to control the situation, Cortes-Acosta threw a series of follow-up blows until a final right to the head sent Peterson face-first to the ground. At 4:53 in the third, referee Rob Madrigal promptly waved it off to put an end to the fight.

Hyder Amil and Devante Sewell, two featherweights, enthralled the sold-out crowd with a three-round battle that could have gone to either fighter in the co-main event. After rocking Sewell with numerous elbows to the head, Amil (6-0) looked to be on his way to a first-round TKO, but Sewell (9-7) withstood the storm and started throwing hard punches in retaliation. The two sparred furiously in the closing moments, but Amil emerged victorious in a split decision with scores of 29-28 and 30-27, while Sewell was given the edge by a third judge with a score of 29-28.

With a powerful performance against fellow flyweight Jeff Jepsen, who he eliminated late in the first, Tyus White improved his professional record to 5-1. Jepsen (6-4) attempted to take the opponent down on one leg but instead fell victim to a counter brabo choke. At the 4:44 mark, White finished the tap after forcing the scramble to the ground and locking in the choke while sitting.

Dylan Budka, a promising middleweight, eventually brought Tee Cummins to the ground in the second round before subbing. Before Budka (3-1) picked him up like Matt Hughes did against Frank Trigg and carried him across the cage before slamming him down in his own corner, Cummins (4-2) repeatedly resisted the takedown attempts. At the 3:11 second mark of the frame, Budka finally locked in the rear-naked choke and compelled the tap.


Who is Waldo Cortes ?

Waldo Cortes Acosta is an American mixed martial artist.

When was Waldo born ?

He was born on Oct 3, 1991.