Rances Barthelemy vs Gustavo David Vittori: Stats, Purse, Personal and Social Life Comparison

Published 11/06/2021, 4:53 AM EDT


Two-time world champion Rances Barthelemy takes on Gustavo David Vittori this weekend. On the undercard of Canelo Alvarez vs Caleb Plant, Barthelemy is on his road to a comeback.

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Ahead of their 140-pound showdown, let’s take a look at everything you need to know about the two fighters.

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Rances Barthelemy vs Gustavo David Vittori: Age, Height, Weight, and Reach

Rances Barthelemy is 36 years old, coming in at 5’10”. The former champion is unusually tall for someone in the 140-pound weight category. Due to his height, he also boasts of a massive 72½″ inch reach.

Gustavo David Vittori is 4 years younger than Barthelemy at 32 years of age. He comes in at 5′ 9½″, just half an inch shorter than his opponent. There is currently no information available on his reach.

Record and Knockout Ratio

The 36-year-old Barthelemy boasts of an impressive record comprising 28 wins, 1 loss, and 1 draw, 14 via KO, giving him a knockout ratio of 45.16%. Barthelemy is not a knockout artist. He uses his skill and reach to frustrate his opponents.

Vittori, on the other hand, has a record of 35 bouts, 25 wins, 12 KO, 9 losses, and 1 draw. The 32-year-0ld has a knockout ratio of 34.29%. Vittori is an orthodox fighter offering very little head movement inside the ring, which makes him very vulnerable to taking big hits.

Net worth, Wealth, Purse, and Salary

PBC signed Rances Barthelemy, and the fighter’s purse and salary have expanded drastically ever since. According to Celebsagewiki, Barthelemy is reportedly worth anywhere between $1 million to $5 million in 2021. His primary source of income is his earnings from boxing.

There is currently no information available regarding the net worth or salary of his opponent, Vittori.

There is also no information available on the fight purse and we have no idea of how much they will earn on November 6.

Social Media following

 

Barthelemy, being a former world champion, has amassed quite the following on his social media handles. Barthelemy has an impressive 15.1k followers on his Instagram page. His Twitter has 3,095 followers, and a verified blue tick. Vittori, however, does not have an Instagram or Twitter account to his name.

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Family, Background, Nationality, Ethnicity, and Religion

Barthelemy is a Cuban-born fighter who started off his amateur career in Cuba. He competed in over 200 amateur fights and won a Cuban junior national championship. He was born into a family of fighters. His older brother, Yan, was a 2004 Olympic gold medalist and his younger brother, Leduan, is a rising 130-pound prospect.

The Cuban defected to the United States just before the 2008 Olympic games. The treatment his older brother got, even after winning Olympic gold for the country, influenced his decision to defect to the US. He saw no future for boxing in Cuba and he moved in search of a better boxing career.

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“I saw how little reward was given to my brother, Yan, despite his tremendous amateur achievements, and it soured me on the Cuban boxing system,” Barthelemy said in 2011. “For survival purposes, I could do better in Cuba without boxing and I was tempted at times to give it up.” 

There is currently no information available on the religion and ethnicity of both fighters. Gustavo David Vittori hails from Argentina. However, there is no further information available on his family or background.

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Allan Binoy

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Allan Binoy is a Boxing writer at EssentiallySports. Currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree in English Literature from Loyola College, Allan fuses his love for literature and the sport of boxing to deliver quality copies about 'The Sweet Science.' Allan is a semi-professional soccer player for Diego Juniors FC.

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