Jerwin Ancajas Net Worth

Jerwin Ancajas net worth is $1.5 million. He is a Filipino boxer. He has won 33 matches, lost just 2 in his professional boxing career earning thousands of dollars from them and also from his sponsors so Mashoor estimates his worth around $1.5 million.

Jerwin Ancajas Biography

Jerwin Ancajas is a Filipino professional boxer who held the IBF junior-bantamweight title between September 2016 to February 2022.

He was brought into this world on 1 January 1992 in Panabo, Davao del Norte, Philippines. He has more than 6700 followers on Instagram – jerwinancajas_.

He made his debut in 27 Jul 2009 against Reynaldo Buluan. Till date he has won 33 boxing matches and lost just 2 matches in his professional boxing career.

Jerwin Ancajas

Personal Details

Real NameJerwin Juntilla Ancajas 
Age30 years
Date of Birth1 January 1992
BirthplacePanabo, Davao del Norte, Philippines


FatherLance Anderson
MotherYet To Update
SiblingsRamirez, Magallanes, Jesar Ancajas
WifeRuth Balaoing
Jerwin Ancajas Family


SchoolYet To Update
UniversityYet To Update
QualificationYet To Update

Physical Statistics

Height5’5 Feet
WeightYet To Update
Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBlack

Early Life

Panabo, a Philippine neighbourhood of Davao City, is where Jerwin Ancajas was born and reared. His brother Jesar introduced him to boxing when he was in the second grade. Before turning professional in 2009 at the age of 17, Jerwin would go on to win a number of national titles, including a gold medal at the Palarong Pambansa.

In amateur boxing, Jerwin Ancajas has a 90-5 record. Jerwin Ancajas and his brother presently reside in Brgy. Ramirez, Magallanes, Cavite, Jesar Ancajas are his brothers.

Boxing Career

In July 2009, Jerwin Ancajas made his professional debut. He defeated Rex Tito for the WBO Asia Pacific Youth junior-bantamweight title at the SM City Lipa. In his sixteenth professional match, Jerwin Ancajas lost to Mark Anthony Geraldo by majority decision. On September 3, 2016, he defeated McJoe Arroyo to win the IBF junior bantamweight title.

Only $3,750 was Ancajas’ reward for the fight. He had an 11-bout winning run going into the fight. Arroyo was easily outboxed by Ancajas, who finished him out in round eight to win by unanimous decision. On January 29, 2017, José Alfredo Rodrguez was defeated by Ancajas through technical knockout after Rodrguez became injured and was unable to continue.

Ancajas continued his defence against Teiru Kinoshita in July 2017 on the undercard of the Manny Pacquiao-Jeff Horn fight. In round 7, Ancajas down Kinoshita with a right punch to the body after battering him and causing a gash over his right eye. Although Kinoshita was ahead in the count, the referee stopped the match and declared Ancajas the winner via TKO.

Ancajas eliminated Jamie Conlan on November 18, 2017, with a TKO in round 6. Conlan was knocked out after taking damage in the opening round. Before the referee called time on the fight, he was dropped three more times. Following a valid hit to Conlan’s midsection in round 5, referee Steve Gray docked Ancajas a point. With the victory, Ancajas successfully defended his title for the third time this year, all via technical knockout and in separate nations.

Ancajas’ next opponent was top IBF challenger Ryuichi Funai. Funai was able to take some of Ancajas’ finest strikes, but he did not respond with any of his own, giving Ancajas the upper hand for the majority of the battle., In round 7, Ancajas defeated his opponent. Ancajas successfully defended his championship against IBF No. 14 Miguel Gonzalez on December 7, 2019. Ancajas prevailed through TKO in the sixth round.

On April 10, 2021, Ancajas was slated to face Jonathan Javier Rodriguez in his tenth IBF championship defence. By a unanimous vote of 115-112, 116-111, and 117-110, and he prevailed in the fight.