George Kambosos Jr. Net Worth: How Much Will He Make From the Teofimo Lopez Fight?

Published 11/27/2021, 6:30 AM EST


George Kambosos Jr. and Teofimo Lopez will take up the ring space in a few hours from now to finally put an end to their prolonged rivalry. Initially supposed to fight on June 5, they will trade punches with each other on November 27.

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Lopez vs Kambosos Jr. is one of the most exciting fights of 2021, wherein both the fighters are expected to bank some stellar figures. Lopez, the unified lightweight champ, is already in a tremendous spot to possibly make his biggest paycheck until now.

But, on the other hand, this contest will also bring terrific fruits of success for Kambosos Jr. in terms of a paycheck. But before that, let’s deep dive into ‘Ferocious’s net worth and more.

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What is George Kambosos Jr.’s net worth?

The undefeated boxer has made a sound fortune for himself. That said, his net worth stands at $1.5 million.

Career Earnings of George Kambosos Jr. 

Kambosos Jr. has definitely made a sublime net worth, but information on his fight-by-fight earnings isn’t available.

George Kambosos Jr. Salary & Endorsements

Kambosos Jr. endorses a few brands through his social handles. However, the valuation or the sponsorship fees paid to ‘Ferocious’ is unknown.

The Australian boxer had posted about his collaboration with Manscaped and Mars Property on his Instagram handle last year.

How much will George Kambosos Jr. make from the Teofimo Lopez fight?

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Lopez and Kambosos Jr. will collide at the Madison Square Garden in New York. In this fight, Kambosos Jr. will earn a guaranteed purse of $500,000. On top of that, ‘Ferocious’ will also have a share in PPV bonus, which will go up to 40%, resulting in around $1.2 million additional revenue.

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – JANUARY 31: George Kambosos Jr. celebrates at the end of his Leightweight bout with Rodynie Rafol during the Footy Show Fight Night at Allphones Arena on January 31, 2015 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images)

With the staggering amount, Kambosos Jr. will also have a tremendous opportunity in hand to beat Lopez. If the New South Wales native does the same, then he’ll become the unified lightweight champ, with the WBO, WBA, and IBF lightweight titles under his wing.

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Should he do so, he will see his earnings rise in his future fights.

Watch this story – George Kambosos Jr.’s Intense Training Routine For His Fight Against Teofimo Lopez

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Prathamesh Singh Chauhan

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Prathamesh Singh Chauhan is a Boxing Author at EssentiallySports. He is a graduate from the International Institute of Sports Management who combines his love for sports, particularly combat sports, and his flair for writing and analysis to help him in his day-to-day work. He has prior professional experience with sporting organizations such as Star Sports, Khelo India, and NBA.

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