Vasyl Lomachenko Net Worth

Vasyl Lomachenko Net Worth
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Vasyl Anatoliyovych Lomachenko was born on 17 February 1988. He is a Ukrainian professional boxer

He is a former world champion in three weight classes, having held the WBO featherweight title from 2014 to 2015; the WBO junior lightweight title from 2016 to 2017; and the unified WBA, WBC, WBO, and Ring magazine lightweight titles between 2018 to October 2020.

Vasyl Lomachenko is one of the most successful amateur boxers of all time, possessing a record of 396 wins and 1 loss, with that loss avenged twice.

Competing in the featherweight and lightweight divisions, he won a silver medal at the 2007 World Championships, gold at the 2008 European Championships, consecutive gold at the 2008 and 2012 Olympics, and consecutive gold at the 2009 and 2011 World Championships. He is known for his exceptional hand speed, timing, accuracy, creativity, athleticism, defense, and footwork.

Vasyl Marchenko’s Net Worth is estimated to be $8 million

Vasyl Lomachenko’s net worth reported $8 million in the year 2019.

He is among the best-paid boxers in the world with earnings of more than $20 million since making his debut in his boxing career. 

Lomachenko holds an expensive fight contract deal with Top Rank promotions, in 2019 two fights scheduled for Lomachenko, on 12th April 2019 Lomachenko managed to defeat Anthony Crolla and successfully retain his WBA and WBO title. 

After the pay-per-view card ended, both boxer’s purse revealed, according to the data, Lomachenko earned $3 million for the fight. After three months Vasyl Lomachenko returns to the ring once against and defeats Luke Campbell and becomes the new WBC lightweight champion

He earned $3.5 million from the Campbell fight.

As of October 2020, Lomachenko is ranked as the world’s second-best active boxer, pound for pound, by Boxing Writers Association of America, sixth by ESPN, seventh by The Ring, and tenth by the TBRB.

He is also ranked as the world’s second-best active lightweight by BoxRec, the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board, The Ring magazine, and ESPN.

Vasyl Lomachenko’s Rematch with Teofimo Lopez

The fight happened on October 17, 2020.Lopez, 23, dominated the first half of the Teofimo fight and, despite a late rally by Lomachenko, was awarded a 116-112, 119-109, 117-111 win by the judges.

The fight between the two rivals had been eagerly awaited but took place without any fans because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Vasyl Lomachenko was kept quiet early on and, although he put in a strong effort in the later rounds, it was not enough to stop him from suffering a second defeat from his 15 fights.

“I think I won the fight,” Vasyl Lomachenko said after his first loss in six years. “But I am not going to argue it now.

“In the first half of the fight, he won more rounds. In the second half, I took it over. I don’t agree with the scorecards.”

But after the big defeat, the boxer is back.

Lomachenko’s opponent for April or May is still unknown, but it’s likely to be one of the top guys at 130 or 135. Regrettably, Teofimo Lopez and his father have moved on, and they won’t be revisiting a second fight against the two-time Olympic gold medalist Lomachenko.

The good news for Lomachenko is the three lightweights titles that Teofimo took from him on October 17th will soon be vacated. If Lomachenko decides to stay at 135, he’ll have a chance to recapture them potentially in 2022.


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