Eric Butterbean Esch Net Worth

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Eric Butterbean Esch net worth:
$500 Thousand

Eric Butterbean Esch net worth: Eric Butterbean Esch is an American boxer, mixed martial artist, and kickboxer who has a net worth of $500 thousand. Eric Butterbean Esch was born in Bay City, Michigan in August 1966. He is a heavyweight who weighs in at 425 pounds. He became a professional boxer in 1994 after he was successful on the Toughman Contest scene. Butterbean won the World Athletic Commission heavyweight championship and the IBA super heavyweight championship. He transitioned to MMA and kickboxing in 2003 and has competed for Pride Fighting Championships and K-1. As of June 2013 Esch has a professional boxing record of 77 – 10 – 4 with 58 knockouts. He has a kickboxing record of 3 – 4 with 2 KOs. Butterbean lost to Sandy Bowman in October 2011 to bring his professional MMA record to 17 – 10 – 1. He has served as a reserve deputy sheriff in his hometown of Jasper, Alabama and was featured in the reality television series Big Law: Deputy Butterbean on Investigation Discovery. Esch has also appeared in the movies Jackass: The Movie and Chairman of the Board.

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Eric Butterbean Esch Net Worth

Eric Esch

Professional Boxer
Date of Birth
Aug 3, 1966 (49 years old)
Profession
Professional Boxer, Wrestler, Mixed Martial Artist
Nationality
United States of America
Height
5 ft 11 in (1.81 m)
Weight
417 lbs (189.1 kg)
Nicknames
Eric Scott Esch, Butterbean, Eric Butterbean Esch, Butta Bean, 'Butterbean'
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