Joe Murphy is an American professional mixed martial artist. Furthermore, he is a PFL MMA Bantam Weight division fighter and a 32nd-ranked active California Pro Bantamweights. In addition, he holds the 54th rank in 220 active U.S. West Pro Bantamweights.

Lauren Marie Murphy, professionally known as Lauren Murphy, is an American professional mixed martial artist. She currently fights in a famous octagon, UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship). As of June 13, 2022, she holds a 3rd position in the UFC women’s flyweight rankings.

Joe Murphy Blissfully Married Lauren Murphy

Murphy tied a knot with a renowned UFC fighter, Lauren Murphy. The couple is both in an MMA and knew each other from their mutual profession.

According to the sources, they fell in love at first glance. However, Joe and Lauren haven’t talked about it in the media. You may also read about other MMA fighters such as Conor McGregor and Andrew Tate.

Yeah, the couple hasn’t divulged their lovelife stuff, including their marriage. However, the media are expecting Joe and Lauren wedding in the mid-2000s.

Seemingly, the MMA couples might want to keep their personal life in private and might prefer to keep them far from the spotlight. Moreover, the couple is barely seen outside together.

Joe Murphy with his wife Lauren Murphy and stepson
Joe Murphy with his wife Lauren Murphy and stepson
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As we know, Lauren shared one child, a son named Max, with her previous husband. Since she hasn’t talked about their kid, either source believes their son was born in the early 2000s.

There is also no information regarding Lauren’s previous relationship since she has kept it private. Lauren and Joe took a photo with Lauren’s son at their wedding.

The newly wedded couple looked happier. Meantime, the Badass fighters couple looked so gentle. Since the marriage, Joe and Lauren have been living happily together and supporting each other.

Lauren often shares photos of them enjoying the weekends on her Instagram. As of 2022, the couple resides in Peoria, Arizona, U.S.

Net Worth Of Joe Murphy

Talking about Joe’s riches, the MMA fighter is a fortunate man with many assets in his safe. And it is obvious, too, since he is among the most famous and highest-paid fighters.

However, the MMA fighter remained silent about his earnings, income and other financial stuff. As I said earlier, he, unlike, wants to live away from the spotlight.

Even though Joe hasn’t talked about his earnings, we will analyze his professional fight career payments. According to the MMAfightting, Murphy has estimated yearly revenues of around $150,000 to $175,000.

Moreover, till now, he has competed on 14 fights in which he has won 8 times and six losses, with no draws. He had the last fight on July 01, 2022, when he lost.

Lauren Murphy Merchandise
Lauren Murphy Merchandise
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He had a five losses streak following a very low payment in fights. As of 2022, Joe has an estimated net worth of $200,000. On the other hand, his wife, Lauren, is a successful UFC fighter who has a net worth of $300,000, approximately. According to the sources, she holds 21 fights in the mixed martial arts record.

Likewise, among the 21 fights, she has won 16 contests from which she collected huge paychecks. Lauren had the biggest payday after winning against Joanne Calderwood at UFC 263 on June 12, 2021.

Consequently, she received a heavy check of $151,000 for her split decision. Recently, she won against Miesha Tate with a unanimous decision on July 16, 2022.

Joe Murphy Spouse, Lauren Murphy

Lauren Murphy is an American Mix Martial Artist who currently competes in the Women’s flyweight division in the UFC.

Furthermore, she previously fought for Invicta Fighting Championship and won IFC Bantamweight Championship. Now, she is in the 13th number of the UFC women’s pond-for-pound rankings.

Murphy was born on July 27, 1983, in Anchorage, Alaska, U.S. and later grew up in Alaska. Moreover, she suffered a tragic event after her father’s death in a plane crash when she was 11.

After the sad event, Murphy started drinking and inhaling drugs and eventually dropped out of college. Subsequently, she married and gave birth to a child.

UFC fighter Lauren Murphy
UFC fighter Lauren Murphy
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Talking about her MMA journey, Lauren fell in love with MMA while she was encouraging her son to take a class. She took her son to train Jiu Jutsu class in late 2009.

Murphy took her first pro fight after training for three months, pursuing a career in MMA; she even dropped out of nursing school. She began her MMA career in Alaska on June 9, 2010.

Initially, Lauren fought in the featherweight division and won four straight fights. Meanwhile, she won two featherweight titles, Alaska Fighting Championship and the now-defunct promotion Alaska Cage Fighting.

On March 1, 2013, she defeated Jennifer Scott by TKO in the first round of a Legacy Fighting Championship.

Successful UFC Career Of Lauren Murphy

Lauren made her UFC debut on July 3, 2014, after signing a contract with UFC. She had her first Fight against Sara McMann at UFC Fight Night 47 on August 16, 2014. However, Murphy lost the fight by a split decision. On April 4, 2015, she lost against Liz Carmouche by unanimous decision at UFC Fight Night 63.

Later on, Murphy faced her third Fight against Kelly Faszjolz and won. She won the Fight through TKO after landing several hard punches and elbows in the final seconds of the last round.

The fight was held on February 21, 2016, at UFC Fight Night: Cowboy vs. Cowboy. Consequently, her glorious victory earned her first fight of the Night bonus award.

Lauren reacts after winning against Miesha Tate
Lauren reacts after winning against Miesha Tate
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On July 13, 2016, Lauren lost against Katlyn Chookagian unanimously at UFC fight night 91. After one year, UFC announced her to feature on The Ultimate Fighter 26, an installment of the UFC-produced reality TV series.

On the show, she fought along with team Alvarez. However, her team got eliminated after losing to a group named Montano.

At UFC 263, Murphy beat Joanne Calderwood on June 12, 2021. She won the fight via split decision. On September 25, 2021, she challenged Valentina Shevchenko for the UFC Women’s Flyweight Championship. However, in round four, Lauren lost the battle by technical knockout at UFC 266.

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