Beatriz Ferreira vs. Destiny Jones Stats: Age, Height, Weight, Reach, Net Worth, Record, and More

Published 12/08/2023, 12:34 AM EST

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In the boxing world, excitement is building for a titanic bout between Devin Haney and Regis Prograis. Haney praised for his exceptional ring control and technical skill, goes up against Prograis’ fierce strength and unrelenting aggression. Fans and commentators alike are getting more and more excited as the big day approaches, driven by the clash of opposing styles and the prospect of an exciting fight. This fight is about more than just titles; it’s a contest of skill and determination. The card is packed with breathtaking fights. The undercard fights cannot be missed either.

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The undercard consists of the battle between Beatriz ‘The Beast’ Ferreira and Destiny ‘Too Sweet’ Jones. The two will be giving it their best as they go at each other. Ferreira is going into this fight as the favorite, making Jones seem like a huge underdog. The only way to prove herself for Jones is to win the bout. Let’s find out everything we need to know about the fighters before the battle.

Beatriz Ferreira Vs. Destiny Jones: Physical attributes

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Destiny Jones, a young 25-year-old traces her roots to Austin Texas. There is not much information about her net worth. She stands 5 foot 2 inches tall and fights in the super featherweight division. This 9th, she is going into this clash with Ferreira with a record of 5-1-0. Jones has a knockout rate of 40% and will try and we might witness her trying to land a KO in this match. She debuted back in 2021 and has not stopped gaining valuable experience as a young talent.

Ferriera on the other hand, is 30 years old, hailing from Salvador Brazil. Again, we do not have an estimate of her net worth either. However, she stands taller than Jones at 5 foot 4 inches. She has an amateur record of 101-9-0 and has a pro record of 3-0-0. So, her experience might give her a slight edge over Jones.

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Other facts about Beatriz Ferreira and Destiny Jones

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Ferreira is currently ranked number 1 in Brazil. Moreover, she is a silver medalist in the Olympics 2020 and has won gold twice in world championships. Ferreira inherits the love for boxing from her father, Raimundo Ferreira, also a boxer. “Sergipe” was twice Brazilian champion and three times champion in Bahia. Ferreira is also decorated with being the best athlete in Brazil in 2019 and 2023. Her love for boxing was already big since childhood, and it came so early, that at the age of 15, she started giving boxing lessons. Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom Boxing is currently helping her with her career.

Jones, on the other hand, was the first female fighter signed to Banner Promotions. She is renowned for her aggressive, all-action style and her pursuit of knockouts. At thirteen, Jones began boxing because her uncle, amateur boxer Nelson Trevino, was involved in the sport. Jones started her training in the backyard shed. She has competed in more than 100 amateur fights and took home titles from competitions like the National Women’s Golden Gloves, USA Boxing Eastern Elite, and National Junior Open Championship.

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The fight between Haney and Prograis is sure to make blood rush through your body. The Ferreira vs Jones only adds to the excitement. Stay tuned to find out more about them. Let us know who you think will win.

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Prachi Prava Senapati

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The Greatest aka Muhammad Ali would always say, “We can’t be brave without fear.” I am a Boxing author at EssentiallySports and was first drawn to the boxing gym when a friend of mine came to meet me with her hand wraps still on. After arranging enough resources, I joined the gym and eventually tried my hand at MMA as well.
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