Joseph Parker Net Worth

Joseph Parker net worth is $8 million. He is a New Zealand Boxer. He is earning millions of dollars per match and previously he took home £1 million in his previous fight with Derek in December, 2021 so Mashoor estimates his worth to be more than $8 million.

Joseph parker Biography

Joseph Parker is a New Zealand based professional boxer who held the WBO heavyweight title from 2016 to 2018. He also represented New Zealand at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in the super-heavyweight division.

He was brought into this world on 9 January 1992 in South Auckland, New Zealand. He has more than 320k followers on Instagram – joeboxerparker.

He made his professional debut in 5 Jul 2012. He has won 32 fights and lost only 2 fights against Dillian Whyte and Anthony Joshua. He has also worked in films.

Personal Details

Real NameJoseph Dennis Parker
Age30 years
Date of Birth9 January 1992
BirthplaceSouth Auckland, New Zealand
NationalityNew Zealand
ProfessionBoxer, Actor
Zodiac SignCapricon


FatherDempsey Parker
MotherSala Parker
SisterJohn Parker
Elizabeth Parker
GirlfriendLaine Tavita


SchoolYet To Update
UniversityMarcellin College

Physical Statistics

Height6’4 Feet
193 cm
1.93 m
Weight112 Kgs
248 Pounds
Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBrown

Personal Life

Dempsey and Sala Parker welcomed Joseph Parker into the world on January 9, 1992 in South Auckland. The American fighter and heavyweight world champion Jack Dempsey inspired the name of his father, Dempsey. Parker attended Marcellin College in the Hillsborough neighbourhood after spending his formative years in the sizable Auckland district of Mangere. At age three, Dempsey handed him boxing gloves and a punching bag because he was still a young boy and enjoyed striking his father in the palms.

He joined the Papatoetoe Boxing Club when he was ten years old to pursue and learn the sport. Grant Arkell and Manny Santos, a former fighter, prepared him. When Parker was a child, he respected David Tua and Maselino Masoe since they were both from the same area as him. Parker is the middle child; he has an older sister named Elizabeth and a younger brother named John who is currently a skilled fighter.

His parentage attaches him to the Faleula Village on the primary island of Upolu, where his mother is from, making him primarily of Samoan descent. In the middle of the 1980s, his parents both relocated from Samoa to New Zealand. Parker, who belongs to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, also comes from a conservative family.

Boxing Career

He has won 32 fights and lost only 2 fights against Dillian Whyte and Anthony Joshua. He has also worked in films.

In Auckland, New Zealand, Auckland’s SkyCity Convention Center hosted Joseph Parker’s lecture. Parker’s most memorable foe was chosen to be senior member Garmonsway. Garmonsway, a Hamilton actual instruction teacher and former Waikato Rugby association delegate, had just three professional boxing sessions, resulting in two victories and one defeat. The Shane Cameron against Monte Barrett title eliminator was the session that received the most attention on the undercard of Godfather of All Fight Nights. Parker was regarded at that time as New Zealand’s most promising boxer since David Tua. By TKO at the midway point of the second round, Parker destroyed Garmonsway.

Following a string of victories in New Zealand and the US, Parker agreed to take on Francois Botha. Parker was seen to be the favourite to prevail despite the fact that Botha was known to be capable of handling one or two good blows and having the ability to send warriors to the ground. In June 2013, he defeated Botha by knocking out the previous four-time world heavyweight challenger in the second round. After defeating Botha, Parker increased his unblemished professional record to seven victories on October 10, 2013, at the Trusts Arena in Henderson, West Auckland, by knocking out Afa Tatupu in the second round.

Parker won the New Zealand National Boxing Federation championship, but his victory was marred by a severe cut he received in the opening round when the opponents clashed heads. His accuser responded with a barrage of blows that knocked out former champion Tatupu two minutes into the second round. Prior to Parker’s dominant speed and power making the difference, the pair engaged in close combat for the majority of the following round. Parker’s career took off in 2014 after he knocked out Marcelo Luiz Nascimento with a flurry of strikes that forced referee Brad Vocale to halt the fight in the seventh round, despite the fact that Nascimento resisted the decision.

He maintained his unblemished record by winning his fourteenth and twelfth victories via knockout while holding onto his two belts. On August 1 in Invercargill, New Zealand, Parker defeated Kyotaro Fujimoto’s replacement, Bowie Tupou, by knocking him out in the opening frame. On October 15 in Auckland, he then engaged in combat with Kali Meehan (42-5), a 45-year-old former world title rival.

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