Hannah Rankin Net Worth 2022 (Boxer): Biography & Family

Hannah Rankin
Boxer Hannah Rankin

Hannah Rankin net worth is more than $1 million. She is a Scottish professional boxer. She has won many fights in her professional boxing career and has WBA and IBO super-welterweight titles so Mashoor estimates her worth to be around $1 million.

Hannah Rankin Biography

Hannah Rankin is a Scottish professional boxer and bassoonist who has held the WBA female super-welterweight title since November 2021.

She was brought into this world on 21 July 1990 in Luss, Argyll and Bute, Scotland. She has more than 8700 followers on Instagram – team_rankin.

She made her debut in 21 May 2017 against Ester Konecna. Till date she has won 12 matches and lost 5 matches in her professional boxing career.

Hannah Rankin Bio/Wiki

Real NameHannah Rankin 
Age32 years
Date of Birth21 July 1990
BirthplaceLuss, Argyll and Bute, Scotland
NationalityScottish
ProfessionBoxer

Family

FatherAndrew
MotherClare
SiblingsEmma, Alice
HusbandMike Menzies
Hannah Rankin

Education

SchoolHermitage Academy
UniversityYet To Update
QualificationMasters

Physical Statistics

Height5’8 Feet
WeightYet To Update
Hair ColorBlonde
Eye ColorBlack

Early Life

Hannah Rankin was raised on her family’s Edentaggart farm near Luss, Scotland, where she was born on July 21, 1990. She attended Hermitage Academy in Helensburgh, Scotland, when she was young. At age nine, she enrolled in taekwondo lessons alongside her younger sister, sparking her interest in contact sports.

She had a passion for music in addition to sports; she started off playing the flute in school before moving to the bassoon. She studied at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow and later at the Royal Academy of Music in London, where she obtained a master’s degree in 2016. She is an outstanding bassoonist. Along with boxing, she continues her musical career by instructing young students in music and touring with her quintet “Coriolis” to nursing homes and schools.

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Boxing Career

On May 21, 2017, Hannah Rankin faced Ester Konecna at the SkyLark Hotel in Essex, England, and defeated her by points decision (PTS) after six rounds. She fought three more times in 2017: once in September, when she defeated Borislava Goranova by points decision; once in October, when she lost to Joanna Ekedahl by split decision; and once in November, when she defeated Ester Konecna by points decision.

Hannah Rankin

She began the year by defeating Klaudia Vigh in the first round via technical knockout (TKO) in January, and on June 16, 2018, at the Lagoon Leisure Centre in Paisley, Scotland, she will compete for her first professional title against Sarah Turunen. Rankin won the vacant WBC Silver female middleweight title after ten rounds by majority decision (100-90, 100-91, 99-91).

Two months later, on August 4, 2018, she made her debut for a world championship, taking on defending champion Alicia Napoleon at the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, New York, for the WBA female super-middleweight title. Rankin was defeated by a unanimous verdict, with one judge awarding Napoleon the victory 99-91 and the other two 98-92.

Rankin’s next bout was on November 17, 2018, when she faced Claressa Shields, a two-time Olympic gold medalist and the current unified WBA, IBF, and female middleweight champion, with the vacant WBC championship also on the line. The Kansas Star Arena in Mulvane, Kansas, hosted the fight.

Shields was initially supposed to fight Christina Hammer, the undefeated WBO middleweight champion, but she withdrew due to sickness. By unanimous decision, Rankin lost for the third time in her professional career. The three judges scored the fight 100-90 for Shields, who several media outlets characterised as giving a commanding performance.

Rankin made a third attempt for a world title against Sarah Curran on June 15, 2019, for the vacant IBO super-welterweight title after defeating Eva Bajic by points decision in January 2019. The contest was held in Paisley, Scotland, at the Lagoon Leisure Center. Rankin became the first female world champion from Scotland with a ten-round unanimous decision victory over her opponent, which was scored 96-94 by all three judges. On November 27, 2019, at the Hotel Intercontinental in St. Julian’s, Malta, Rankin made her maiden defence of her championship against the unbeaten WBC interim champion Patricia Berghult after defeating Erin Toughill by unanimous decision in six rounds in a non-title fight in October.

She lost her IBO title by unanimous decision after ten rounds of a match in which Rankin was knocked out by a left hook in the first round. Berghult won the fight by scores of 96-93 from two judges and 95-94 from a third, according to the results.

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