Mirko Filipović Bio, Affair, Married, Wife, Net Worth, Ethnicity, Age, Nationality, Height

(Boxer, Politician , Martial Artist)

Relationship Facts of Mirko Filipović

  • Mirko Filipović is married to Klaudija Filipović.
  • Mirko Filipović married on October 12, 2002.
  • 💑 Anniversary in 21 days 💑
  • He is father of Two( Ivan and Filip).
  • Mirko Filipović is not having an affair with anyone presently.
  • His sexual orientation is straight.

More about the relationship

Moving towards his personal life, he got married to Klaudija Filipović. The couple tied the knot on 12 October 2002. They have two sons, Ivan and Filip.

The couple is living a very happy life with their children without any news or rumors of divorce and extramarital affair.

Who is Mirko Filipović?

Mirko Filipović is a heavyweight mixed martial artist, kickboxer, boxer, politician, and law enforcement officer who hails from Croatia. He has won the 2006 Pride Open-Weight Grand Prix Champion.

Mirko Filipović: Birth Facts, Family, and Childhood

Mirko Cro Cop Filipovic was born on September 10, 1974, in Vinkovci, Croatia, Yugoslavia. His nationality is Croatian and ethnicity is European.

His father’s name is Žarko Filipović and his mother’s name is Ana Filipović. His father was an electrician for a railway company. His father made him a punching bag made of sand and cotton. Then he began training in his father’s garage. His father expired when Mirko was 19 years old. He was born to a middle-class family. There is no information on his siblings.

Mirko Filipovic: Education History

When Mirko was seven years old, he joined Taekwondo classes. And then he studied Karate.

Mirko Filipovic: Professional Life and Career

During his career, Mirko worked on the Croatian anti-terrorist squad as a commando. He fought well on the K-1 circuit throughout the late 90s, most memorably defeating three opponents on the same night, while hiding the fact that he was fighting with broken ribs.

He began fighting for Pride FC in 2001 and fought very well for them until he made the shift to the UFC in December of 2006. His boxing record is 40-5 (novice) and 12-5 (proficient). His K-1 kickboxing record is 16-7. His PRIDE record is 21-4-2. He was discharged from his UFC contract and has gone 2-0-0-1 in the Japanese MMA association DREAM.

Although, he knocked out Wanderlei Silva with a kick to the head on September 10, 2006. He won the 2006 PRIDE FC Open-Weight Grand Prix. His rivals were Ikuhisa Minowa (the first round), Hidehiko Yoshida (the second round), Wanderlei Silva (the Semi-Final), and Josh Barnett (the Final).

In February of 2007, he appeared in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), winning his initially battle however then dropping consecutive battles to complete out the year.  After deciding that he preferred ring fighting to cage bouts, he moved to fighting with Dream in Japan. He subsequently returned to the UFC and then chose to retire from MMA fighting in 2011. Mirko has since returned to kickboxing on the K-1 circuit. He won the K-1 World Grand Prix Final in 2012.

Mirko Filipović: Salary and Net Worth

He has a net worth of $5.5 million dollars but his salary is not revealed yet.

Mirko Filipović: Rumors and Controversy

He is a married or wants to live his private life very secret, he is decent and cheerful, he has never been part of any controversy and rumors, he is a safe guy, we cannot imagine about his sexuality but it seems that he is very straight and not a gay. He is enthusiastic towards his career.

Mirko Filipović: Body Measurements

He has a perfect height standing with 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) and his total body weight is 234 lb or 110 kg. He has a dark brown hair color and brown eye color.

Mirko Filipović: Social Media Profile

Mirko is active on Facebook and Instagram. He has more than 448.3k followers on Facebook and 272k followers on Instagram. Currently, he is inactive on Twitter.

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