Mariana Juarez Net Worth 2022 (Boxer): Biography & Family

Mariana Juarez
Boxer Mariana Juarez

Mariana Juarez net worth is more than $3 million because she has won 54 fights, lost 10 fights in her professional boxing career currently earning thousands of dollars from them and also from sponsors so Mashoor estimates her worth around $3 million.

Mariana Juarez Biography

Mariana Juarez is a Mexican professional boxer. She formerly held the WBC female flyweight title from 2011 to 2012 and the WBC female bantamweight belt from 2017 to October 2020. She is a former two-division world champion.

She was brought into this world on 29 January 1980 in Santa Urusula, Tlaxcala, Mexico. She has more than 120k followers on Instagram – barbyjuarez.

She made her debut in 22 May 1998 against Virginia Esparza. Till date she has won 54 boxing matches losing 10 times and 4 times draw in her professional boxing career.

Mariana Juarez Bio/Wiki

Real NameMaría Anastasia Trejo
Age42 years
Date of Birth29 January 1980
BirthplaceSanta Urusula, Tlaxcala, Mexico


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Physical Statistics

Height5’5 Feet
WeightYet To Update
Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBlack

Boxing career

Mariana Juarez formerly held the WBC female flyweight title from 2011 to 2012 and the WBC female bantamweight belt from 2017 to October 2020. She is a former two-division world champion. She is currently ranked as the second-best active female bantamweight in the world by The Ring, fifth by BoxRec, and ninth in the world pound-for-pound by The Ring and tenth by ESPN as of November 2020.

She is the elder sister of boxer Lourdes Juárez, a world champion. On May 22, 1998, in Mexico City, Juárez made her professional debut by defeating Virginia Esparza through second-round knockout (KO).

Fight With Yulihan Luna

On top of losing her WBC bantamweight title on Saturday night, Mariana Juarez also damaged her reputation in the sport with her post-fight behaviour. Juarez was defeated by Yulihan Luna at the Grand Oasis Arena in Cancun, Mexico, by unanimous decision after being outboxed for the majority of the 10-round fight.

Juarez immediately claimed that Luna had been using gloves that had been altered. From the first bell, Juarez’s face was harmed by Luna’s punches, which caused a welt beneath her left eye and blood to drain from her mouth. But Luna, who was younger and faster, consistently outpunched Juarez, who appeared sluggish.

Mariana Juarez

Mariana Juarez crossed the ring to yell at Luna, who appeared perplexed, as the scores were totaled. A WBC representative examined both boxers’ hand wraps and gloves at the ringside before handing them off to co-promoter Oswaldo Kuchle. Both men came to the conclusion that Luna’s hand wraps and gloves were completely legal. As the WBC belt was being placed around Luna after she was declared the champion, she started crying.

The 26-year-old Luna, who has won her previous four matches after falling to Guadalupe Martinez Guzman in November 2018, said, “I’m very excited and happy.” It was always my goal to win the global championship. The interview was subsequently cut short by Juarez, who then repeated his earlier accusation that Luna was lying. The champion, Juarez (54-10-4, 18 KOs), who was making her tenth championship defence, declared, “I’ve been in this sport for 21 years.” “They know there’s something in those gloves.

The WBC will investigate. I’m happy to announce that Yuliana won. I would not give ground. I intended to complete the fight. At ringside, where the gloves were, Luna said, “The gloves and hand covers are right there.” “We are sportspeople. We understand winning. We are adept at failing. She claimed that I smacked her with the glove’s laces since they were higher than usual. Because of our diligence, we succeeded.

I’ll give her another chance if she requests one. We’re not frightened. They may examine the gloves as much as they like. On January 29, Juarez turns 41 years old. Luna, a resident of Gomez Palacio, Mexico, improves to 20-3-1 (3 knockouts), while Promociones del Pueblo and Cancun Boxing co-promoted the event. Luna was ranked No. 2 by The Ring at 118 pounds going into the bout.

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