Gennady Golovkin Net Worth
According to Uswhispers , Golovkin's net worth as of 2022 is $30 Million.
As anticipated, his primary source of income is boxing matches. Two fights against Saul Canelo Alvarez were his most profitable. The first one reportedly earned him $5 million, rising to $22 million when PPV revenue is considered.
The second Canelo Alvarez fight earned him a $15 million guarantee, which increased to between $25 and $30 million. Additionally, his three-year contract with DAZN increased his earnings. According to Forbes, the six-fight contract is valued at $100 million.
According to his BoxRec profile, Gennady Golovkin has a very impressive 41-1-1 record. Even more astonishing is the fact that 35 of these victories have occurred via knockout. This gives the Kazakh a knockout percentage of 83 percent.
In 2006, Triple G turned professional and faced Gabor Balogh in Germany. And in typical Gennady Golovkin fashion, knocked him out in the opening round. Since then, he has become world champion, lost his belts, and regained his title.
His streak lasted from November 2008 to September 2016, during which time he defeated 23 consecutive opponents. The record remains intact.
In addition, Golovkin has never been dropped in his professional career. Yes, in 43 professional bouts, the Kazakh fighter has never been knocked out.
Golovkin successfully defended his belts against Kamil Szeremeta in December 2020.
He will now defend his IBF and IBO middleweight titles against Ryota Murata, the reigning WBA (Super) middleweight champion. On April 9, 2022, Gennady Golovkin will face Ryota Murata at the Saitama Super Arena in Saitama City, Japan.
In addition, if 'GGG' defeats Murata on April 9, 2022, he will secure a trilogy bout with his rival Canelo Alvarez. This epic trilogy will only be completed if Canelo defeats Dmitry Bivol in his upcoming match on May 7, 2022.