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Andre Berto Net Worth

Andre Berto Net Worth. Andre Michael Berto (born September 7, 1983) is a former professional boxer who competed from 2004 to 2018. He holds dual Haitian and American citizenship. A two-time former welterweight world champion, he held the WBC and IBF titles between 2008 and 2011, and the WBA interim title in 2015. As an amateur, he won the National Golden Gloves tournament in 2001 (at light middleweight) and 2003 (welterweight), and would represent the U.S. at the 2003 World Championships, winning a welterweight bronze medal. He also represented Haiti at the 2004 Olympics, reaching the opening round of the welterweight bracket.

Throughout his career, Berto was known for his toughness, formidable punching power, and fast hand speed. In the late 2000s he was considered a rising star in the welterweight division, as well as a highly regarded young prospect in boxing. He reached the peak of his career in 2011, holding the WBC welterweight title which he had won in 2008 and made five defenses, and was ranked as the world’s third best welterweight, behind then-top stars Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Berto’s success was cut short after his first career loss to Victor Ortiz in 2011, which won Fight of the Year honors by The Ring magazine. Afterwards, Berto’s career fluctuated: from 2012 to 2015 he lost a further three times, but bounced back in 2016 with a win over Ortiz in a rematch.

What is Andre Berto’s Net Worth?

Net Worth: $30 Million

Date of Birth: Sep 7, 1983 (40 years old)

Place of Birth: Miami

Gender: Male

Height: 5 ft 8 in (1.74 m)

Nationality: Haiti

Andre Berto is a Haitian-American professional boxer who has a net worth of $30 million. Andre Berto is a two-time former welterweight champion who held both the WBC and the IBF titles in a period between 2008 and 2011. In 2015, he held the WBA interim title.

Andre began his boxing journey as an amateur boxer, winning the National Golden Gloves tournament in 2001 and 2003. He then went on to represent the United States at the 2003 World Championships and won a bronze medal. Switching allegiances, Berto then represented Haiti at the 2004 Olympics but failed to win a medal.

In 2004, Andre made his professional debut and quickly began making a name for himself. His speed, power, and toughness all became talking points, and many experts pegged him as an up-and-coming champion. His peak came in 2011 when he won the WBC welterweight title. At one point, he was considered the third-best welterweight behind Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. After losing to Victor Ortiz in 2011, Berto’s career started to decline significantly, although he eventually beat Ortiz in a 2016 rematch.

Early Life

Andre Michael Berto was born on September 7th of 1983 in Winter Haven, Florida. Raised by Haitian immigrants alongside six siblings, Andre quickly became involved in combat sports from a young age. Many of his siblings later went on to become professional kickboxers or mixed martial artists, but Berto focused on boxing. He allegedly learned how to box after he was beaten up by his classmates at school. In later years, the sport of boxing helped Berto avoid crime and other risks associated with his low-income neighborhood.

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Nyongesa Sande
Nyongesa Sande
Nyongesa Sande is a Kenyan blogger, Pan Africanist,c olumnist Political Activist , blogger, informer & businesman who has interest in politics, governance, corporate fraud, human rights and television personality.

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