Daniel Jacobs Net Worth

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Daniel Jacobs net worth:
$10 Million

Daniel Jacobs net worth: Daniel Jacobs is an American professional boxer who has a net worth of $10 million. Daniel Jacobs was born in Brooklyn, New York City, New York in February 1987. He has competed as a middleweight and super middleweight. As an amateur he won the Junior Olympics national championship, the United States national championship, the National Golden Gloves welterweight championship, the National Golden Globes middleweight championship, and the United States Amateur middleweight championship. Daniel Jacobs made his professional boxing debut defeating Jose Jesus Hurtado in December 2007. He beat Ishe Smith in August 2009 to win the vacant WBO-NABO middleweight title. Jacobs beat Juan Astorga in May 2010 to win the vacant NABF middleweight title but lost to Dmitry Pirog for his first defeat in July 2010. Daniel Jacobs would go on to defeat opponents including Giovanni Lorenzo, Jarrod Fletcher, and Serhiy Derevianchenko to win the vacant WBC Continental Americas middleweight title, the vacant WBA (Regular) middleweight title, and the vacant IBF middleweight title.

Daniel Jacobs Purse History: For his fight against Sergiy Derevyanchenko, Daniel earned around $1.7 million. His purse against Gennady Golovkin was roughly the same. It has been reported that he will earn $15 million to fight Saul "Canelo" Alvarez. He was also reportedly guaranteed $4 million for his next fight no matter the outcome against Canelo.

Daniel Jacobs Net Worth

Net Worth:$10 Million
Last Updated:2019
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