Carl Frampton 2021: Record, Net Worth, Salary, and Endorsements
Carl Frampton is a former professional boxer hailing from Northern Ireland. He used to fight in the featherweight division and was a two-weight world champion. Frampton, who was a unified super-bantamweight champion, also held the WBA featherweight title.
'The Jackal' was the first boxer from Northern Ireland to win world titles in two weight classes.
Frampton started boxing at the early age of 11 at the Midland Boxing Club. He enjoyed a successful amateur career, collecting a record of 114 victories to only 8 losses. Additionally, the Brit also won the Irish Amateur Boxing Association tournament in the Senior Flyweight and Featherweight categories. Furthermore, in 2007, Frampton won the silver medal at the European Union Amateur Boxing Championships.
Finally, after a successful amateur career, Frampton turned professional in 2009. His success at the amateur level continued to the professional game. He got his first taste of a world title in 2014 when he beat Kiko Martínez to become the IBF super-bantamweight champion. He then added the WBA super-bantamweight title in 2016, beating Scott Quigg.
However, the talented boxer did not stop there. He moved up in weight to take on Leo Santa Cruz for the WBA featherweight title. He beat the Mexican in the first fight. However, he came up short in the second bout and lost his titles.
In 2016, Frampton received his greatest title to date as he was awarded an MBE (Member of the order of British Empire)
In 2021, he boxed against Jamel Herring for the WBO junior lightweight title. He was unsuccessful and called time on his active career.
Carl Frampton: Record
As of May 2021, the former champion’s record stands at a respectable 28-3-0 (16 KO). This gives Frampton a 51% knockout rate, which is very impressive for a fighter in the lower weight classes.
His only three losses came against champions. His first loss was against 'El Terremoto' in their rematch. While his second loss came at the hands of Yorkshireman Josh Warrington in a highly anticipated event.
In his final bout, 'The Jackal' lost to Jamel Herring.
Carl Frampton: Foundation and Charity
Despite his success in the ring, Frampton has worked towards making the world a better place for the underprivileged. He works with several charities like Trocaire, Nicie, Northern Ireland Hospice, Angel wishes.
He even backed a campaign to raise money for the Northern Ireland Hospice in April 2020.
Carl Frampton: Net Worth 2021
According to The Net Worth Portal, Frampton has a Net Worth of $1.8 Million as of 2021. In addition, they report that he now earns close to 1.5 million pounds per fight.
The Sun also reported that Frampton earned €1 million ($1.2 million) for the Leo Santa Cruz rematch. Moreover, he took home €2 million ($2.4 million) for the Josh Warrington fight.
Carl Frampton: Endorsements
In 2018, Frampton signed a two-year deal with Everlast.
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|Address/Residence||Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK|
|Endorsement||32Red, Everlast, 11 Degrees|
|Net Worth||$1.8 million|
|Achievements||Former WBA and IBF super-bantamweight world champion, Former WBA featherweight world champion.|
Former British Commonwealth super-bantamweight champion, IBF inter-continental super-bantamweight champion, European super-bantamweight champion,
Member of the order of the British Empire (MBE)