Wladimir Klitschko Net Worth In 2014

by Sameer Arshad | Posted on Monday, July 22nd, 2013 | 3

Wladimir Klitschko brothers Net WorthWladimir Klitschko Net Worth : $50 million

2012-2013 Earnings: $24 million (Forbes)
Salary/Winning/Bonuses – $19 M Million
Endorsements Earning: $5 M
Mahor Brands:
Sport: Boxing
: 37
Forbest Richlist: 41 Highest Paid athlete in World

Has anyone dominated heavyweight division in sport of boxing more than the two Klitschko’s ? answer is simple no, they have been great, dominate and a week division also helped their cause. But how much both the brother earn ? their career earnings and money per fight. Lets take a look at their previous fights and earnings as well as off the ring endorsement deals and where do they spend the money.


klitschko net worthWladimir Klitcskho Biggest Fight Purse:
He has had many big fights with the likes of Lennox Lewis, David Haye and many other boxers. here are top three highest earning fights for Wladimir.

Lennox Lewis’ 2003 – $14 M
David Haye’s 2011 – $15 M

Money Per Fight:
One average there have been several fights where Wladimir earned around $10 Million, I remember one of the fights back in 2007-2008 when he made around 8 million euros, while in the recent 5-7 years they have been defending their world titles and of course getting the bigger payday than their opponent, and most of their fights are in Germany and sell outs so we are looking at around $3-$5 million a fight on average.

Wladimir Klitschko vs Alexander Povetkin – Fight Purse 
Fight Purse: $23 Millions
Klitschko Share: 65%

The big surprise of the year 2013 has been the Purse war bid which ended at $23 million to stage a fight between two heavyweight boxers, with bigger chunk of around 65% going to Wladimir. It is going to be a massive fight with big money envolved.


Wladimir klitschko Endorsements & Business Ventures
Both the klitschko brothers are very much business minded and apart from their boxing careers they have signed many endorsement deals in Germany and their native country Ukraine and Russia. While they also have many business ventures which nets them quite a lot of money.

The exact net worth is unknown, but if we see their average money per fight and some of the biggest fights combined with their market value we are looking at around $50 to $90 million each.

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