Kiko Martinez Net Worth

Kiko Martinez’s net worth is $3 million. He is a Spanish Boxer. He has a record of 43 wins and 11 looses earning good amount of money so Mashoor estimates his worth around $3 million.

Kiko Martinez Biography

Kiko Martínez is a Spanish professional boxer. He has held the IBF featherweight title from 2021 to 2022 and the IBF super-bantamweight belt from 2013 to 2014. He is a two-time world champion.

He was brought into this world on 7 March 1986 in Alicante, Spain. He has more than 30k followers on Instagram – the_only_kiko_martinez.

He made his debut on 11 June 2004 against David Casero. Till date he has won around 43 fights with a loss of 11 in his professional boxing career.

Personal Details

Net Worth$3 million
Real NameFrancisco “Kiko” Martínez Sánchez
Date of Birth7 March 1986
BirthplaceAlicante, Spain


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Boxing Career

Kiko Martinez engaged in a lot of amateur combat. He competed in 40 amateur fights and never lost, winning 38 of them by knockout. Martinez claimed that he “might have gone to the Olympics, but I wanted to turn professional and the Spanish amateur boxing organisation wanted me to sign a four-year contract.”

On June 11, 2004, Kiko Martinez made his professional debut by knocking out David Casero in the third round on a card that also included Javier Castillejo. Martnez went on to win all 11 of his subsequent fights, all by way of knockout in the opening four rounds.

57 Jordan Gill29 Oct 2022
56Loss43–11–2 Josh Warrington26 Mar 2022
55Win43–10–2 Kid Galahad13 Nov 2021
54Win42–10–2 Jayro Duran11 Sep 2021
53Loss41–10–2 Zelfa Barrett13 Feb 2021
52Win41–9–2 Noe Martinez Raygoza21 Aug 2020
51Win40–9–2 Alexander Cazares7 Dec 2019
50Loss39–9–2 Gary Russell Jr.18 May 2019
49Win39–8–2 Marc Vidal27 Oct 2018
48Draw38–8–2 Marc Vidal19 May 2018
47Win38–8–1 Lorenzo Parra26 Aug 2017
46Win37–8–1 Franklin Varela14 Jul 2017
45Loss36–8–1 Josh Warrington13 May 2017
44Win36–7–1 Leonel Hernandez25 Nov 2016
43Draw35–7–1 Eusebio Osejo23 Jul 2016
42Loss35–7 Léo Santa Cruz27 Feb 2016
41Win35–6 Miguel Gonzalez12 Dec 2015
40Win34–6 Everth Briceno14 Nov 2015
39Win33–6 Herald Molina23 Oct 2015
38Loss32–6 Scott Quigg18 Jul 2015
37Win32–5 George Gachechiladze12 Dec 2014
36Loss31–5 Carl Frampton6 Sep 2014
35Win31–4 Hozumi Hasegawa23 Apr 2014
34Win30–4 Jeffrey Mathebula21 Dec 2013
33Win29–4 Jonatan Romero17 Aug 2013
32Win28–4 Damian David Mariano27 Apr 2013
31Loss27–4 Carl Frampton9 Feb 2013
30Win27–3 Dougie Curran21 Jul 2012
29Win26–3 Arsen Martirosian9 Mar 2012
28Win25–3 Jason Booth15 Apr 2011
27Win24–3 Oscar Chacin18 Feb 2011
26Win23–3 Arsen Martirosian11 Sep 2010
25Win22–3 Feliciano Dario Azuaga16 Apr 2010
24Win21–3 Said Chichti11 Dec 2009
23Loss20–3 Takalani Ndlovu25 Sep 2009
22Loss20–2 Rendall Munroe27 Feb 2009
21Win20–1 Gheorghe Ghiompirica18 Dec 2008
20Win19–1 Silviu Lupu12 Aug 2008
19Win18–1 Lante Addy5 Jul 2008
18Loss17–1 Rendall Munroe7 Mar 2008
17Win17–0 Bernard Dunne25 Aug 2007
16Win16–0 Andrei Florin18 Mar 2007
15Win15–0 Edison Torres15 Dec 2006
14Win14–0 John Bikai14 Jul 2006
13Win13–0 Andrei Florin26 May 2006
12Win12–0 Salem Bouaita10 Mar 2006
11Win11–0 Peter Baláž25 Nov 2005
10Win10–0 Manuel Sequera14 Oct 2005
9Win9–0 Manuel Gomes15 Jul 2005
8Win8–0 Sergei Nikitin6 May 2005
7Win7–0 Frederic Bonifai4 Mar 2005
6Win6–0 Nikolai Mihailov4 Feb 2005
5Win5–0 Julio Vargas19 Nov 2004
4Win4–0 Juan Garcia Martin15 Oct 2004
3Win3–0 Cristiano Andres Oliveira10 Sep 2004
2Win2–0 Irimiea Ion24 Jul 2004
1Win1–0 David Casero11 Jun 2004

First Lost – Against Rendall Munroe, Kiko Martnez made his first defence of the EBU super bantamweight championship, which he had won by defeating Bernard Dunne in August 2007. On March 7, 2008, Munroe and the opponent squared off at the Harvey Hadden Recreation Center in Nottingham.

The contest ended up being very unremarkable as Munroe successfully defended against Kiko Martinez’s attacks by blocking and counterpunching without ever actually hurting the champion. Martinez, meantime, was unable to hit the decisive blows that had enabled him to stop Bernard Dunne. The fight lasted the full 12 rounds, with Munroe coming out on top in a decision by a majority of points.

Controversy – On December 1 at Belfast’s Kings Hall, Kiko Martinez had agreed to challenge another Irishman, the former WBC bantamweight champion Wayne McCullough, who now resides in Las Vegas.

The Kings Hall venue was sold out for the fight, which McCullough hadn’t competed in for more than two years. The non-title fight was scheduled to start at the 8 st 12 lb mark. However, there was a commotion during the weigh-in the day before the fight, and the event was called off among disorderly scenes. McCullough weighed in at 8 st 9 lb despite having signed a contract to fight at 2 lb over the 8 st 10 lb title weight. Martnez, however, was 1.75 lbs overweight and failed to reach the predetermined weight.

Martnez was given a few hours to reduce the extra pounds, but when he failed to show up to reweigh, a BBBofC officer had to close the scales. McCullough, incensed, said “I found it hard to believe. When requested to remove the weight, he first enters above the limit and then simply sits still. I simply cannot comprehend what has occurred. He comes in that much over the weight and I was ready to fight and win.”


Who is Kiko Martinez ?

Kiko Martinez is a Spanish Boxer.

When was Kiko born ?

He was born on 7 March 1986.