Jerry Forrest is an American boxer with a net worth of $300k. He has a record of 26 wins, 5 defeats and 2 draws in his professional boxing career. Moreover, he has also earned $140k from fights as stated by tapology.
Jerry Forrest was brought into this world on 8 April, 1988 in Lafayette, Louisiana. He is 6’1 feet tall. He is fighting out of Newport News, Virginia.
He is on Instagram as https://www.instagram.com/jerry.forrestko/.
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In the end, a “Big Baby” battle between Jerry Forrest and a Top Rank fighter will telecast on ESPN. The “Real Big Baby,” if you ask Jared Anderson, a promising heavyweight fighter.
The unbeaten Anderson (12-0, 12 KOs) and Forrest (26-5-2, 20 KOs) have agreed to fight on the Teofimo Lopez-Jose Pedraza undercard on December 10 at Madison Square Garden in New York, according to BoxingScene.com. In his last four fights, Forrest is 0-2-2, although those two draws were against heavyweights Michael Hunter of America and Zhang Zhieli of China, who was then unbeaten and in contention for a title opportunity.
After two consecutive draws in 2021 with Zhilei (majority) and Hunter (split), Forrest’s final match ended in a unanimous decision loss against Bulgaria’s Kubrat Pulev. In the opening rounds of their 10-round match on May 14 at The Forum in Inglewood, California, Forrest tore a muscle in his chest against Pulev, who prevailed by scores of 98-92, 99-91, and 99-91.
Forrest should put Anderson’s outstanding strength to the test despite not having won a bout since September 2019. In 33 professional battles, the southpaw from Newport News, Virginia, has only been knocked out once, and that was in the second round of a fight against Gerald Washington in August 2013 at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, California.
In July 2020, Forrest, 34, was scheduled to square off against Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller in an ESPN main event. However, the disgraced Miller was disqualified from that fight after failing yet another test for performance-enhancing substances. Shortly after stepping in for Miller, Carlos Takam of Cameroon defeated Forrest in a 10-round fight at the MGM Grand Conference Center in Las Vegas by unanimous decision.
Former sparring partner Tyson Fury and legendary promoter Bob Arum have hailed the 22-year-old Anderson as a potential future heavyweight champion. In February 2020 and October 2021, the undefeated Fury stopped former WBC champion Deontay Wilder twice, thanks in part to preparation from Toledo, Ohio native, who is also unbeaten.