Devin Haney and George Kambosos Jr will face off in the ring this Saturday in a highly anticipated bout for the undisputed lightweight championship. Here, you will know the Haney vs Kambosos 2 Purse, Payout and Salaries
It marks the 2nd time the two fighters are getting in the ring together. Their first bout took place in June this year. Haney won the fight via unanimous decision. With a rematch clause in the contract of the first fight, Haney was obligated to give Kambosos the immediate rematch despite not wanting to.
Haney is the current undisputed lightweight champion. He unified all the major titles in his division after beating Kambosos. His fight record is 28 wins with no losses. Regarded as the best lightweight in the world right now according to ESPN, The Dream looks forward to reaching new heights on Oct 15 at the Rod Laver Arena.
George Kambosos Jr shocked the world last year after he beat Teófimo López to become the WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, and The Ring Lightweight champion. However, his championship status was short-lived as he lost the title in the very next fight against Devid Haney. He is looking for redemption and vengeance come Saturday to reclaim his titles. Currently 3rd in the rankings of active lightweights by boxrec, Kambosos is 20-1 in his career.
Devin Haney vs George Kambosos Purse:
Regarding the purse of Devin Haney vs George Kambosos, no public announcements have been made till now. However, after meticulously analyzing the past boxing events of both Haney and Kambosos, we have estimated the purse for the event on October 15.
How much will Devin Haney earn from the fight?
According to our analysis, Haney will earn a total payout of at least $20 million from the Haney vs Kambosos 2 Purse
Devin Haney is the undisputed lightweight world champion, having unified the titles in June this year in the first fight against Kambosos. Before that fight, Haney bagged himself around $2-3 million per fight. For example, he is reported to earn $3 million in his fight against Jorge Linares and around $2 million against Yuriorkis Gamboa.
In his last bout, however, Haney made $2.8 million from a guaranteed purse, along with an additional $8 million from the PPV money. Kambosos enjoyed a 70-30 deal for the PPV share. Haney accepted such a deal to ensure the fight took place.
This time around for the rematch, Haney is expected to make $10 million as a guaranteed purse and $10 million more as a PPV share. The increased payout is due to his championship status.
How much will George Kambosos earn from Haney vs Kambosos 2 Purse?
George Kambosos will acquire an estimated payout of $11 million in total for the rematch against Devid Haney.
Following his win over Teofimo Lopez, “The Emperor” got himself into a massive contract to fight Haney. Where he made only $1 million for fighting Lopez, his next fight purse was increased to $10 million guaranteed thanks to winning against Lopez.
As he is not a champion anymore, Kambosos will not be eligible for the 70-30 favor he enjoyed last time. Instead, his guaranteed base salary will be what Haney made in the first bout, which is $2.8 million. With additional money from the PPV share, his total payout is expected to be $11 million.
Devin Haney Net worth:
According to Essentially Sports, the net worth of Devin Haney is $5 million.
Haney is one of the biggest names in the lightweight division, along with Gervonta Davis and Ryan Garcia. He is undefeated in his career till now and acquired a massive fan following over the years.
The 28-years got a massive boost in his earnings as he became the undisputed champion of the world. By holding all the major titles in the lightweight division, his earnings in the next fights are expected only to increase.
George Kambosos Net Worth:
According to Essentially Sports, George Kambosos’s net worth is estimated to be $2 million.
Kambosos is a former champion with a 20-1 record. His net worth increased massively after beat Teofimo Lopez in November last year.
How to Watch Devin Haney vs George Kambosos?
- Sky Sports
Tune into Sky Sports and ESPN to watch Devin Haney vs. George Kambosos from the UK and US, respectively.