Muhammad Ali net worth

Muhammed Ali, simply regarded as one of the greatest boxers of all time, was an American professional boxer. Also known for his controversial, inspiring and polarizing speeches, Muhammad Ali net worth is estimated to be $50 million.

Till date, he has participated in 61 fights, winning 56 of them while losing just 5 matches. During his career, the boxer earned many awards and titles including “5 time Ring magazine fighter of the year”, “BBC Sports Personality of the Century”, “Presidential Medal of Freedom” and “Hollywood Walk of Fame”.

Muhammad Ali net worth

Nick NameThe People’s Champion
Weight107 kg
Height6 ft 3 in (191 cm)
Age74 (1942–2016)

Muhammad Ali net worth

YearMuhammad Ali net worth
2017$ 50 million
2016$ 50 million
2015$ 45 million
2014$ 44 million
2013$ 42 million

 

Muhammad Ali Earnings:

Ali was not the only boxer who got a hefty check of $ 1 million for a single fight. Rather in 1927 it was Gene Tunney who became the first boxer to get $ 1 million for a fight. It was a rematch against Jack Dempsey. Still, when it comes to earnings, he was a commercially successful boxer, as he made $2.5 million in 1971 to fight Joe Frazier. If adjusted as per inflation it would easily cross $ 15 million of today.

Then later in 1974, he fought George Foreman, earning $5.45 million. However, his highest earning dates back to 1980 when he earned a whopping $7.9 million for fighting Larry Holmes.

 

About:

Born on January 17, 1942, in Louisville, Ali was previously known as Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr. He had four brothers and one sister. Coming from an African descent, Ali started boxing when once his bike was stolen. He was furious and seeing an opportunity, boxing coach Joe E. Martin, channelized his anger into boxing. Back then 12 years old Clay wanted to “whup” the thief, so in order to do so, he agreed to Joe E. Martin and started practicing rigorously.

Muhammed Ali

Muhammad Ali Facts:

# His name Cassius Clay in honor of a nineteenth-century white farmer.

# He is well known as an African-American, however, Ali also had Irish roots

# As a young child he never planned for a career in boxing however he changed his mind after his bicycle was stolen.

# In his amateur career, he has won 100 out of 108 fights.

# He lit the torch at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia