Mali Wright Net Worth

Mali Wright is an English Boxer with a net worth of $100k. He has a record of 2 wins and 1 draws in his Professional Boxing career.

Mali Wright Biography

Mali Wright is a English Professional Boxer. He is … feet tall. He is fighting out of Chapel Town, Yorkshire.

He was brought into this world on 2 March 1994 in England. He is on Instagram as

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Net Worth$100k
Real NameMali Wright
Date of Birth2 March 1994


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Mali Wright discussed joining the professional ranks, becoming a fixture on Josh Warrington’s undercards, and perhaps signing with Eddie Hearn with Planet Sport. The beginning of Mali Wright’s professional career is exciting for him. He made his professional debut against Mauricio Lara on the undercard of Josh Warrington’s rematch.

In the first match of the night at Headingley Stadium in September, Wright defeated his opponent easily, winning in just two rounds with the assistance of trainer Nick Manners. Wright made a comeback to the ring in February and is currently getting ready for the upcoming bout card in Warrington later this month.

The 28-year-old, who was raised in Chapel Town, Leeds, relocated to Jamaica with his family when he was 10 years old and stayed there for five years before returning to England.

Wright later transferred to Leeds Beckett University in order to dodge the “party culture,” although he has since continued his studies at the university in Northampton.

Wright described how he first met the “Leeds Warrior” and how “Matrix” first developed his skills at the Tigers Gym in Leeds, where Josh Warrington trained while competing as an amateur.

On March 26, Warrington will headline the First Direct Arena in Leeds and take on Kiko Martinez in an attempt to win a second world championship.

During his first press conference in front of the cameras last year, Wright displayed his individuality by even asking promoter Eddie Hearn if he may take a piece of paper with his name on it as a souvenir.

Wright acknowledges that he has since spoken with the Matchroom Boxing promoter a few times, and if he can put on a few good shows, he might start appearing on DAZN more frequently.

There have been rumours that if I turn in two strong performances, I might even sign with Matchroom. This would be beneficial because I worry that the way things are going, I might not be able to compete on these tiny hall shows.

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