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Net Worth:
$3 Million
May 19, 1990 (34 years old)
Lafayette, Louisiana, U.S.
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What is Jermall Charlo's net worth?

Jermall Charlo is an American professional boxer who has a net worth of $3 million. Jermall Charlo was born in Richmond, Texas in May 1990. Not to be confused with his identical twin brother Jermell Charlo, Jermall Charlo has competed as light middleweight and a middleweight. He was kept out of the Olympics by an injury and had an amateur record of 65-6. Jermall Charlo made his professional boxing debut in August 2008 with a win over Cimarron Davis. He defeated Michael Finney in Mach 2015 to bring his record to 21-0. Charlo defeated Cornelius Bundrage in September 2015 to win the IBF junior middleweight title. He defended the title against the likes of Austin Trout and Julian Williams. Jermall Charlo won the vacant WBC interim middleweight title by defeating Hugo Cenento Jr. in April 2018. He retained the title against Matt Korobov in December 2018 and Brandon Adams in 2019 to bring his record to 29-0 with 21 knockouts.

Early Life

Born in Richmond, Texas on May 19, 1990, Jermall, alongside his twin Jermell, found themselves immersed in the world of boxing from a young age. The Charlo household buzzed with energy and passion for the sport. This early exposure laid the foundation for what would become a storied career in boxing for Jermall. The camaraderie between the twins was palpable, not just as brothers but as training partners, spurring each other on, honing their skills, and feeding off each other's energy and determination.

Amateur Career

In the amateur boxing circuit, Jermall Charlo emerged as a formidable competitor. With dozens of bouts under his belt, he displayed a unique blend of technique and aggression that set him apart from his peers. His amateur journey was a learning curve, filled with invaluable experiences that would shape his professional trajectory. With every match, Charlo demonstrated a hunger to win and a resilience that became synonymous with his name.

Professional Career

Jermall Charlo's transition to professional boxing in 2008 signaled the rise of a new powerhouse in the middleweight division. His professional debut saw him securing a victory, setting the tone for a series of subsequent wins. With each fight, Charlo's reputation grew, and he became known not just for his skill but also for his work ethic and dedication to the sport. His mastery in the ring was evident, as he navigated through the challenges of the professional circuit with determination, earning respect and admiration from fans, critics, and fellow boxers.


Biggest Fights

Several fights in Jermall Charlo's career have been pivotal, accentuating his dominance in boxing. One such encounter was against Cornelius Bundrage in 2015. Charlo's performance was commanding as he claimed the IBF light middleweight title with a technical knockout, making a significant statement in the boxing fraternity.

Another memorable bout was his 2016 clash against Julian Williams, a fight that had been highly anticipated by enthusiasts. Charlo successfully defended his IBF title with a stunning knockout, cementing his status as one of the best in his division.

A defining moment in Charlo's career came in 2018 when he took on Hugo Centeno Jr. for the WBC interim middleweight title. With the world watching, Charlo delivered a masterclass, securing a knockout victory and adding another championship belt to his collection.

Career Earnings

Jermall earned $500,000 from his 2016 fight against Austin Trout. He earned roughly the same for his bouts against Julian Williams, Matt Korobov and Hugo Centeno Jr.. He reportedly grossed $700,000 from both his fight against Brandon Adams and Dennis Hogan. He then earned $1.25 million for the match against Sergiy Derevyanchenko.

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