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Chris Flannery is an Australian professional mixed martial artist and kickboxer. He is currently signed to the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). He is the former Cage Fighting Championship (CFC) Middleweight Champion. Flannery was born on 5 June, 1980 in Cowra, Australia. He is 40 years old as of 2020. He stands at a height of 5 feet 11 inches (1.80 m). He has a reach of 74 inches (188 cm). Flannery is currently single. He has not been previously engaged. Flannery began his professional MMA career in 2007. He has competed in various promotions such as Cage Fighting Championship (CFC), Australian Fighting Championship (AFC), and the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). He is the former Cage Fighting Championship (CFC) Middleweight Champion. As of 2020, Chris Flannery’s net worth is estimated to be $1 million. He has earned most of his wealth from his successful career as a professional mixed martial artist and kickboxer. He has competed in various promotions such as Cage Fighting Championship (CFC), Australian Fighting Championship (AFC), and the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).
|43 years old
|5 June, 1980
|Cowra, New South Wales, Australia
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Chris Flannery Height, Weight & Measurements
At 43 years old, Chris Flannery height is 186 cm and Weight 100 kg.
Dating & Relationship status
He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.
Chris Flannery Net Worth
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|$1 Million - $5 Million
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|Chris Flannery Wikipedia
He played in the 2009 Super League Grand Final defeat by the Leeds Rhinos at Old Trafford.
In 2007, Flannery signed for St. Helens on a three and a half year deal. Flannery was brought in as a direct replacement for fellow Australian Jason Hooper who had to retire following problems with his shoulder. Flannery described himself as a hard worker and strong in defence. "I also like to add a bit to the ball playing by taking it up at first or second receiver. I also like to run good lines into holes." He commenced his Knowsley Road career in July, 2007, after recovering from a broken leg. He played in the 2008 Super League Grand Final defeat by the Leeds Rhinos.
Flannery played for Queensland in all three matches of the 2004 State of Origin series. He played for the Roosters at lock forward in their 2004 NRL grand final loss to cross-Sydney rivals, the Bulldogs.
Flannery played for the Roosters from the interchange bench in their 2002 NRL grand final victory over the New Zealand Warriors, scoring a try. Having won the 2002 NRL Premiership, the Roosters traveled to England to play the 2003 World Club Challenge against Super League champions, St. Helens. Flannery played at centre in Sydney's victory. He again played from the interchange bench for the Roosters in the 2003 NRL grand final which was lost to the Penrith Panthers.
Flannery made his National Rugby League début for the Sydney Roosters in Round 14 of the 2000 NRL season against the Wests Tigers at Campbelltown Stadium on 7 May. He was first selected to play for Queensland in Game II of the 2002 State of Origin series at ANZ Stadium in Brisbane on 5 June. Queensland won 26–18.
Chris Flannery (born 5 June 1980), also known by the nickname of "Flanno" is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer who played in the 2000s and 2010s. A Queensland State of Origin representative forward, he played his club football in the National Rugby League for the Sydney Roosters, with whom he won the 2002 NRL Premiership, and in the Super League for St. Helens, with whom he won the 2008 Challenge Cup. Flannery's usual position was lock although he also played as a second-row, stand-off or centre. After retiring Flannery administered the Sunshine Coast Falcons of the Queensland Cup.