Bo Nickal Net Worth

Bo Nickal is a Mixed Martial Artist and former wrestler from Rifle, Colorado, U.S. He was born on January 14, 1996. He is 6 feet and 1 inch tall.

Bo Nickal grew up in Wyoming and New Mexico. His father, Jason Nickal, helped him in wrestling during his high school career. In his collegiate career, Bo Nickal finished with 120-3 record. After graduation, he began competing in freestyle wrestling. This included a trip to the 2013 Cadet World Championships. At 76 kilos, he placed fifth.

Aside from freestyle wrestling, Nickal also competed in Greco-Roman ruleset. During this time, he defeated Takashi Ishiguro, Batyrbek Tsakulov, and J’den Cox. When he was a high schooler, he ranked second in his state in eighth grade.

Throughout his high school career, he won seven state championships, including three in the heptathlon. His collegiate career also included the runner-up finish to Nate Jackson. In 2020, he was expected to compete for a spot on the United States’ Senior National Team. However, he failed to qualify for the USA Wrestling team.

As a wrestler, Nickal has a 183-7 record. He is a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, Division One. The only defeats he has suffered were against Myles Martin and Nate Jackson. He won nine consecutive finals matches.

While at Penn State, Nickal had the chance to wrestle at the prestigious National Collegiate Wrestling Conference. He was scheduled to compete against the runner-up Nate Jackson on November 24 at the NLWC III event. However, he was removed from the card a day before the event.

Despite his losses, Nickal was still considered one of the best wrestlers in the country. He ranked as high as ninth in the nation.

Having won a number of amateur fights, Nickal decided to make a transition into MMA. He competed in two amateur fights and also won the arm triangle choke against David Conley. He then had a superfight against Gordon Ryan, who is regarded as the world’s top nogi grappler.

Nickal started his wrestling career at age five. In his adolescence, he lived in various locations, such as Wyoming and Rio Rancho, New Mexico. When he was a high schooler, Nickal made the varsity team. He is now a senior at Penn State.

Nickal’s wife, Maddie Holmberg, is a Penn State University crew member. She has been named to three All-American teams, as well as academic All-Big Ten honors. She has also qualified for the NCAA Indoor Championships in the pentathlon. Her heptathlon won her the title of Big Ten heptathlon champion. Additionally, she won the 200-meter dash and long jump at the Big Ten Championships.

Nickal is a current member of the American Top Team and plans to open a gym in Pleasant Gap, Pennsylvania. He has also signed a management deal with First Round Management. Currently, he has an estimated net worth of around $5 million.

Currently, he is a member of the Dana White Contender Series, a scouting program. This series is looking for talented fighters. In addition, he has plans to partner with Dan Lambert, who is also a member of the American Top Team.