Jeremiah Milton Net Worth

Jeremiah Milton is an American Boxer with a net worth of $100k. He has has a record of 7 wins and 0 defeats in his Professional Boxing career.

Jeremiah Milton Biography

Jeremiah Milton is a American Professional Boxer. He is 6’1 feet tall. He was brought into this world on 7 May 1994 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, US. He is on Instagram as

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Net Worth$100k
Real NameJeremiah Milton
Date of Birth7 May 1994
BirthplaceTulsa, Oklahoma, US


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Prospective heavyweight Jeremiah Milton is anxious to prove his mettle to the boxing community. When Milton returns to the ring this Saturday night in Phoenix as part of the highly anticipated Jake Paul vs. Anderson Silva fight, he vows to demonstrate to everyone why he’s one of the heavyweight division’s most promising up-and-comers.

Milton entered the professional ranks after a brief but distinguished amateur career that saw him win silver at the 2020 Olympic Trials. Since then, he has amassed six noteworthy victories, five of which were won via knockout.

The big man continues to show respect for his hometown of Tulsa despite currently residing and training in Las Vegas. His Black Wall Street background are referenced in even his stage name, “Dreamland.” Milton has had the chance to compete at home on Top Rank-sponsored card three times, and in each of those fights, he stunned his adoring home crowd with highlight-reel knockouts.

The unbeaten puncher stated, “We can talk about it, but until we do something about it, it’s just words. Hopefully you see the proof in my follow through. This Saturday, when fellow unbeaten heavyweight Quintin Sumpter stood in front of him, Milton was prepared to let his performance speak for itself.

“Jeremiah’s platform and level of competitiveness have increased with this. Mike Leanard, Milton’s manager, continued, “He’s already demonstrated a talent for producing viral moments in the boxing ring, and Saturday night should be no different.

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