What is Australian Professional Boxer Jeff Horn Net Worth? WBO Welterweight Champion from 2017 to 2018 Jeffrey’s Career
Jeff Horn is an Australian professional boxer. From 2017 to 2018, he was the champion of the WBO welterweight title. At the 2012 Olympics, he represented Australian as an amateur.
He reached the quarterfinals of the light welterweight bracket in that Olympic. Also, he ranked as the world’s ninth-best active middleweight by BoxRec as of December 2019.
Jeff Horn Net Worth 2020 and its Comparison to other Boxers
Australian professional boxer Jeff Horn has an estimated net worth of around $6 million as of 2020. He is active in his boxing career since 2013. From his boxing, he earns around $1.5 million on average.
Here’s how Jeff Horn compares his Net Worth to other Boxer of his generation.
|Professional Boxer||Net Worth|
|Anthony Mundine||$30.0 M|
|Danny Green||$12.0 M|
|Jeff Horn||$6.0 M|
|Jeff Fenech||$100,000 – $1.0M|
What is Jeff Horn Annual Salary?
The average salary of the boxer is around $51,000 per annum only. Boxing matches are highly televised matches and translate to higher pay for the boxer, even if they win or lose. On 30th November 2018, in the fight against Mundine. Both fighters were projected to make between 4-5 million for the battle with both fighters agreeing to split proceedings down the middle.
Jeff took in the ballpark of $2.5 million home from the fight approximating. Similarly, fighters earned a whopping $26,041 per second of work. From his win against Corcoran, he made $700,000 money. After that, he earned a whopping amount of $1.2 Million from victory against Randall Bailey, Rico Mueller & Ali Funeka respectively.
Then he earned $0.1 Million from his win against Pacquaio in 2015. He collected money around $500,000 via win against Victor Plontnikov in 2015. In the year 2013, he earned $400,000 from his victory against Samuel Colomban.
Also, he receives a lucrative sum through an endorsement deal, which is around $100,000 to $250,000 as Australia’s highest-paid sportsperson.
|Years and Sources||Earnings|
|In 2013, his win against Samuel Colomban||$400,000|
|Earnings from his win against Victor Plontnikov in 2015||$500,000|
|Earnings from his win against Pacquaio in 2015||$01 Million|
|Earnings from his win against Randall Bailey, Rico Mueller & Ali Funeka||$1.2 Million|
|Earnings from his win against Corcoran||$700,000|
Jeff Horn’s Real Estate Portfolio
He has a contemporary home in Sunnybank worth around $1.71 million. The house has five bedrooms modern mansion with keyless entry and an upper-level gym. Also, his home outdoor alfresco terrace with a built-in barbecue and stone dining table overlooks a resort-style swimming pool.
Jeff has bought a house before he started his career in boxing worth around $347,000 in 2003. The house has a three-bedroom and not far from their former Acacia Ridge home. Also, Horn owns a few four-wheelers, including Lexus, Toyota, and Mazda.
Horn made Professional Debut in Melbourne
In the years 2008, Jeff Horn won his first Australian. He was picked up the second round in the AIBA world boxing championship in the year 2011. Similarly, he defeated Gilbert Choombe in the round of 32 in the 2012 London Olympics.
He lost the match in Quarterfinal against Denys Berinchyk after his win over Abderrazak Houya in round 16. Then he made his professional debut at Grand Star Receptions, Melbourne, Australia on 1st March 2013.
In his league first match, he defeated Jody Allen via TKO. After six months, he became champion of “ANBF welterweight title” his first title-winning a fight against Samuel Colomban.
However, he faced his career first loss against Terence Crawford at MGM Grand Garden Arena, Paradise, Nevada, US. He fought against Anthony Mundine on 30 Nov 2018. In that match, he won WBO Oriental and vacant WBA Oceania middleweight titles.
Similarly, he faced his career second loss in the next fight against Michael Zerafa. In the year 2017, Jeff won the award recognized as the Sports Australia Hall of Fame Don Award. In the same year, he won the Queensland Sports Star. Also, Horn won the Australian Institute of Sports award
The professional record summary of Jeff Horn is comprised of the 23 fights where he won the 20 fights and lost in 2 fights with 1 draw until now. Currently, he is one of the best boxers in Australia as well as in the world.
|Fight (23)||Wins (20)||Losses (2)||Draws (1)|