Damian Knyba Net Worth

Damian Knyba is a Polish boxer with a net worth of $100k. He has a record of 9 wins in his boxing career.

Damian Knyba Biography

Damian is a Polish boxer. He was born in Bydgoszcz, Poland. He has a nickname as Polish Hussar. He is 6’7 feet tall. He is fighting out of Wudzyn, Poland. Checkout his Instagram account.

Personal Details

Net Worth$100k
Real NameDamian Knyba
Date of Birth1998
BirthplaceBydgoszcz, Poland
NationalityPolish
ProfessionBoxer

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Damian Knyba News

The 25-year-old is well-known in the sport despite his current relative obscurity. Damian Knyba is in high demand as a sparring partner due to his height of 6’7″ and 86″ wingspan, which is the largest of any active boxer. A number of elite fighters in the heavyweight and cruiserweight divisions, including Adam Kownacki, Otto Wallin, Jerrell Miller, Mariusz Wach, Filip Hrgovic, and Michal Cieslak, have sparred in the ring with the Pole.

Last Friday, the “Polish Hussar” defeated Aazddin Aajour in the first round of their fight, earning him his fifth straight victory in the professional ring. The night generated high viewership numbers despite the lack of household names on the RBK Promotions-staged card.

Knyba’s professionalism was immediately praised by Eryk Rachwal of RBK Promotions, who believes that Knyba is starting to attract interest based only on talent.

Rachwal said on Boxing Social that Damian has “shown that with hard effort, and determination, you can still make noise in a time where certain boxers have turned boxing into a circus for attention.” “We had over 100k views as the first headliner for our event in Poland. Damian showed that talent and modesty are still valued even though we didn’t have any famous names on our card. Who wouldn’t be thrilled to witness the boxing match with the longest reach? You should watch Damian’s next bout on March 4 to judge for yourself how Polish heavyweight boxing will develop.

Knyba’s manager, ukasz Kownacki, is seeking to secure opportunities for the former Polish Youth Amateur champion to demonstrate his abilities in the United States before negotiating a deal with a major promoter since he believes his boxer has a promising future ahead of him.

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