All You Need to Know About Emanuel Navarrete and His Career Earnings

Published 04/19/2021, 1:56 PM EDT


Emanuel Navarrete is one of the most decorated athletes in the boxing circuit. The Mexican boxer is very skilled and is ranked as the world’s 2nd-best active featherweight by BoxRec. Navarrete is extremely talented and has held the WBO Featherweight title since 2020.

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To add to the dominance of the athlete, he is the 3rd-best active junior featherweight by the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board.

‘The Cowboy’ went pro in 2012 and has been a powerhouse of talent since the very start. This is what the boxer said in one of his interviews,

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LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – FEBRUARY 22: Emanuel Navarrete (R) punches Jeo Santisima during their bout for Navarrete’s WBO junior featherweight title on February 22, 2020 at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)

“With the current situation and the camp we’ve had, {my team} has done a great job. We’ve worked through it, and we’re ready for this match.

“My body is doing a lot better. I’m growing a little bit more. It was getting a little bit difficult making 122, but now going up to 126, I think I’m more prepared for that.”

With all the great fights that he’s fought, the boxer has made a lot of money in his professional boxing career.

How much has Emanuel Navarrete made in his boxing career?

‘The Cowboy’ went toe to toe against Isaac Dogboe in 2019 and his opponent was knocked off in the 12th round of the match. He earned $100,000 for his fantastic win.

After a dominating performance against Dogboe, the boxer went up against Francisco De Vaca and earned yet another $100,000.

MEXICO CITY, MEXICO – JUNE 20: Emanuel Navarrete with his trainer during an unofficial fight At TV Azteca on June 20, 2020 in Mexico City, Mexico. The event is organized and broadcasted by TV Azteca as part of a TV Show. Sporting events are not permitted in Mexico as a preventive measure to halt the spread of COVID-19. (Photo by Jaime Lopez for Zanfer/Jam Media/Getty Images)

He then fought against Juan Miguel Elorde and earned $150,000 and then on top of that he got 50% of the PPV share. His fantastic win led him to a guaranteed purse of $275,000 against Francisco Horta. He also got 50% of the PPV share for this fight.

His subsequent fights against Jeo Santisima and Uriel Lopez earned him $300,000 and $250,000 respectively. On top of that, he also got 50% and 60% of PPV shares respectively for the bouts.

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His last fight against Ruben Villa earned him his career’s biggest earnings, $500,000. He also got 65% of the PPV share for the bout.

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – FEBRUARY 22: Emanuel Navarrete (L) punches Jeo Santisima during their bout for Navarrete’s WBO junior featherweight title on February 22, 2020 at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)

In one of his recent interviews this is what the boxer said, “For now, we’re pretty much ready. We’re ready for this weight. We’re ready for this fight on Friday night, so I think we’re ready to go with what we have. After this fight, we’re going to keep moving forward.”

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There is no doubt that ‘The Cowboy’ is one of the best boxers in the world right now. With all the skills and techniques, he is definitely on his way to make history in the boxing world.

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Abhilasha Singh is a UFC author at EssentiallySports. Having completed her post-graduation from The University of Texas in Austin, she combines her keen eye for details and her love for the sport to give readers pristine content on everything UFC. Abhilasha is a hardcore fan of Amanda Nunes, Georges St Pierre, and Stipe Miocic, but Conor McGregor is the one who tops her list.

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