Antonio Tarver Net Worth, Wiki Bio, Source Income, Salary, Earnings, Nationality, Age

Antonio Tarver Net Worth

Wiki Biography of Antonio Tarver

Antonio Deon Tarver was born in Orlando, Florida, on November 21, 1968, to African-American parents. He is a professional boxer who is best known for being the former light heavyweight champion of the WBC, WBA, IBF, and The Ring magazine.

So, how wealthy is Antonio Tarver right now? Tarver’s net worth is estimated to be $1 million as of mid-2016, according to sources. During his boxing career, as well as his subsequent job as a boxing pundit and his participation in the film “Rocky Balboa,” he amassed a substantial fortune. A mansion worth over $715,000 and a Mercedes-Benz worth roughly $19,000 are among Tarver’s holdings.

 

Antonio Tarver has a net worth of $1 million dollars.

Tarver began fighting while he was a teenager, capturing the US amateur title at 178 pounds in 1993 and the National Golden Gloves the following year. In 1995, he won gold medals at the Pan American Games, the US National Amateur Championships, and the World Amateur Boxing Championships, making him the only fighter to do so in a single year. At the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, he earned a bronze medal at 178 pounds.

Antonio made his professional debut the following year, defeating Joaquin Garcia in the second round via technical knockout. Before losing to Eric Harding in an IBF championship eliminator battle in 2000, he had won his first 16 fights, 14 by knockout. He won the NABF/USBA light-heavyweight belts in 2002 after defeating Reggie Johnson in an IBF light-heavyweight eliminator. Tarver avenged his defeat in a rematch with Eric Harding. His wealth was increasing.

Tarver won the vacant WBC/IBF light-heavyweight belts in 2003 after defeating Montel Griffin. It was his first world title. This marked the beginning of Tarver’s career-defining feud with Roy Jones Jr. Tarver lost his WBC title in the first fight against Jones in 2003, but reclaimed it in the rematch in 2004, winning the WBA title in the process. This garnered Tarver mainstream attention, including appearances on various television and radio shows, as well as the cover of The Ring and KO Magazine, as well as a stint as a co-host of ESPN’s “Friday Night Fights” for one telecast. As a result, he became a celebrity with a sizable net worth.

Tarver lost to Glen Johnson in 2004, but in their rematch in 2005, Tarver reclaimed his light heavyweight title, followed by a third fight against Jones in 2005, which Tarver won. The next year, he suffered his fourth career defeat in a bout against Bernard Hopkins, who forced him to pay $250,000 to Hopkins’ preferred charity due to a provision in their fight contract.

Tarver defeated Elvir Muriqi and Danny Santiago a year later. In 2008, he reclaimed his IBF title by outclassing Clinton Woods; however, the following year, he lost the belt to Chad Dawson, and in their rematch in 2009, he lost again. He returned to the ring in 2010 to defeat Nagy Aguilera in the heavyweight division, and the following year he defeated Danny Green in the cruiserweight division, claiming the IBO cruiserweight title in the process.

Tarver returned to the heavyweight class in 2013, defeating Mike Sheppard, then in 2014, defeating Johnathon Banks. However, Tarver tested positive for a banned substance in two of his fights, against Lateef Kayode in 2012 and Steve Cunningham in 2015, resulting in the original split draw results of the two fights being changed to ‘no decision,’ and Tarver was fined $50,000 and suspended six months for the latter case.

Tarver, in addition to boxing, has worked as a boxing analyst for Showtime Championship Boxing. In the 2006 film “Rocky Balboa,” he co-starred with Sylvester Stallone as heavyweight world champion Mason ‘The Line’ Dixon, a role that increased Tarver’s reputation and wealth significantly.

Tarver was married to Denise when it came to his personal life (1999-2004). From his previous relationship with Toni Rolle, he had a daughter. Several controversies have surrounded the boxer. He declared bankruptcy in 2004 after owing more than $900,000 to a variety of creditors. In addition, he is said to owe $750,000 in child support.

Full Name Antonio Tarver
Net Worth $1 Million
Date Of Birth November 21, 1968
Place Of Birth Orlando, Florida, United States
Height 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Weight 198 lbs (89.7 kg)
Profession Professional Boxer, boxing analist, WBC, WBA (Super), IBF light heavyweight champion, IBO cruiserweight champion
Nationality United States of America
Spouse Denise Tarver (1999 – 2004)
Children Antonio Tarver, Jr.
Parents Gwendolyn Tarver
Nicknames Magic Man , One Hit Wonder
Twitter http://www.twitter.com/antoniotarver
Instagram https://www.instagram.com/antoniotarver/
IMDB http://imdb.com/name/nm1620989
Awards Pan American Games – Gold medal (1995 Light heavyweight), World Amateur Championships – Gold medal (1995 Light heavyweight), Olympic Games (1996, Light heavyweight), National Golden Gloves Light Heavyweight champion (1994), United States amateur Light Heavyweight champion (1993, 1995)
Nominations Best Upset ESPY Award
Movies “Rocky Balboa” (2006)
TV Shows ESPN’s “Friday Night Fights”, Showtime Championship Boxing
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