Gennady Golovkin Net Worth
Gennady Golovkin net worth and career earnings: Gennady Golovkin, also known as "GGG" is a Kazakhstani boxer who has a net worth of $30 million. Gennady Golovkin was born in Karagandy, Kazakhstan in April 1982. He won the silver medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics as a middleweight. Golovkin also won Gold medals competing for Kazakhstan at the 2002 Asian Games, 2003 World Championships, and 2004 Asian Championships. He made his professional boxing debut defeating Gabor Balogh in May 2006. In July 2009 Golovkin defeated John Anderson Carvalho to win the vacant WBO Inter-Continental Middleweight title. In August 2010 he beat Milton Nunez to win the Interim WBA Middleweight title. In December 2011 he defeated Lajuan Simon to win the vacant IBO Middleweight title. In October 2014 Golovkin defeated Marco Antonio Rubio to win the interim WBC Middleweight title. In May 2015 he defeated Willie Monroe, Jr. to bring his professional record to an undefeated 33 – 0 with 30 knockouts. He defeated his next four opponents. In September 2017, Gennady fought Canelo Alvarez. The match ended in a highly-unusual draw. Up to that fight, he had been undefeated, he has never been knocked down or knocked out in almost 400 fights. Golovkin was named Fighter of the Year in 2013 by The Ring magazine. Between June 2017 and June 2018, Gennady Golovkin earned $25 million between purses and endorsements which made him one of the highest paid athletes in the world. He earned a $5 million purse when he first fought Saul Alvarez in September 2017. With Pay Per View, he earned a total of $22 million from the match. When the two had a rematch in September 2018, GGG was guaranteed $15 million. It's likely that his earnings from the rematch will be $25-30 million.