Deontay Wilder is a professional boxer from America. Since 2015, he has been holding WBC Heavyweight Title and create a history for becoming first American world heavyweight champion in nine years. Apart from that, he has also won Premier Boxing Champions Knockout of the Year award, in 2016 and 2017.
Wilder has an estimated net worth of $25 m, according to the source. On May 2019, he regarded as the world’s second-best active heavyweight by BoxRec whereas Transnational Boxing Rankings Board and The Ring magazine ranked him third.
Net Worth of Deontay Wilder
This 6 ft 6 inches tall African-American Boxer has a jaw-dropping net worth of around $25million. Because dedication towards his boxing carer he has been bagging about $2m-5.5m as ana annual revenue.
Besides that, his fight against Louis Ortiz further added $2.1m in his bank balance. He also earned £1.9 million after having a match against Ortiz and Bermane Stiverne.
Wilder Personal Life and Marital Status
On 2009, he married, Jessica Scales with whom Wilder has three children namely; Ava, Dereon, and D.J. Later on, the couple separated their ways and ended their marital relationship.
Naeiya is his oldest daugther with his ex-girlfriend Helen. His firstborn is the one who crafted the vision for his world.
Currently, Deontay is in a relationship with his Girlfriend Telli Swift. Swift is a popular model, reality TV Star in WAGS Atlanta which airs on E!, and a plastic surgery nurse in Beverley Hills, as well as in the trauma unit. In 2015, the couple met at the Los Angeles Airport and been dating afterward. Deontay and Telli were blessed with one baby girl in February 2018.
Early Life of Boxer Wilder
This American Boxer was born on October 22, 1985, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, the U.S. His parents belongs to African-American ethnicity. On 2005, he entered into boxing when he was just 20 years old. During that time, he was trained under Jay Deas at Skyy Boxing Gym in his hometown. His career-best was back in 2008 after defeating the World championships silver medalist Rakhim Chakhiyev in Russia. The same year, he qualified in Olympics and coined bronze medal after losing with Clemente Russo.
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