Robert Helenius Net Worth 2022 (Boxer): Biography & Family

Robert Helenius
Boxer Robert Helenius

Robert Helenius net worth is $2 million because he is a very famous professional Finnish Boxer who have won 31 fights, losing just 3 earning thousands of dollars from them and also from sponsors so Mashoor estimates his worth around $2 million.

Robert Helenius Biography

Robert Helenius was brought into this world on 2 January 1984 in Stockholm, Sweden. He has more than 24k followers on Instagram – heleniusrobert. In 2011, He was ranked as the No.10 heavyweight in the world by BoxRec.

At provincial level, he has held various heavyweight titles, including the European title two times somewhere in the range of 2011 and 2016. As a novice, he won a silver decoration at the 2006 European Championships. He holds outstanding successes over previous world heavyweight champions Lamon Brewster, Samuel Peter, and Siarhei Liakhovich.

He made his debut in 17 May 2008 against Gene Pukall. He has won 31 fights and lost 3 in his professional boxing career.

Robert Helenius Bio/Wiki

Real NameRobert Gabriel Helenius
Age38 years
Date of Birth2 January 1984
BirthplaceStockholm, Sweden
NationalityFinnish
ProfessionBoxer
Zodiac SignCapricon

Family

Robert Helenius
FatherKarl Helenius
MotherStina Helenius
BrothersPeter Helenius
Niklas Helenius
WifeSandra
ChildrenChillie
Kingston
Wilde van Robertson
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Education

SchoolYet To Update
UniversityYet To Update
QualificationYet To Update
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Physical Statistics

Height6’7 Feet
200 cm
2 m
Weight113 Kgs
249 Pounds
Hair ColorBald
Eye ColorBrown

Career

At the age of five, Robert Helenius began training in boxing under the guidance of his father. He lost to Croatian Mario Preskar for the bronze medal at the 2000 European “recruits” (U 17) championships in Patras. He won another bronze medal in the Junior European Championships in Sarajevo in 2001 but lost to the powerful Russian Islam Timurziev.

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Robert Helenius was defeated by Janne Katajisto in the opening round of the super heavyweight division at the 2001 Finnish Amateur Boxing Championships. The final that year saw Katajisto thrash Helenius.

At Mianyang in 2005, Helenius defeated David Price on points but ultimately fell short to Rustam Saidov. Despite this, his advanced year was 2006. He came in second at the 2006 European Amateur Boxing Championships in Plovdiv, losing to Timurziev once more, but this time on points. All of Robert Helenius’ victories up to this point had been knockout wins, including one against Bogdan Dinu.

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Helenius has been competing for Hertha BSC in the Box-Bundesliga (Premier League) in Germany since about 2006. In the event that Helenius became master after the Olympics, advertiser Sauerland-Boxstall had acquired a choice. He was defeated by Marko Tomasovi and Jaroslavas Jakto in the Olympic qualifying matches. In the amateurs, Helenius also competed against heavyweight MMA contender Sergei Kharitonov, defeating him by focuses.

Helenius has been competing for Hertha BSC in the Box-Bundesliga (Premier League) in Germany since about 2006. In the event that Helenius became master after the Olympics, advertiser Sauerland-Boxstall had acquired a choice. He was defeated by Marko Tomasovi and Jaroslavas Jakto in the Olympic qualifying matches.

In the amateurs, Helenius also competed against heavyweight MMA contender Sergei Kharitonov, defeating him by focuses. In 2008, Robert Helenius developed become an expert to compete for Wilfried Sauerland of Germany. In 2009, Helenius stopped Taras Bidenko in the third round after defeating Scott Gammer, the previous British heavyweight champion.

European heavyweight Championship

In Helsinki, Finland, on December 3, 2011, Robert Helenius defeated Derek Chisora in a twelve-round split decision to win the vacant European Championship title (EBU). The majority of observers and intellectuals believed Chisora had taken the necessary steps to secure the choice, therefore the decision was profoundly ironic. Robert Helenius claimed in the Finnish media that he had hurt his right arm in the first round of the fight and was therefore unable to use it completely. Although a crack was discovered, it was considered small.

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Freddie Roach, who was commentating the fight, called the result “simply horrendous” and added, “Helenius should be the next big thing and the man to challenge the Klitschko’s, but Derek completely uncovered him and I’m being liberal in giving him four winning rounds in the fight.” The outcome was generally criticised by the crowd and experts.

The Ring moved Robert Helenius from the fifth to the sixth challenger after describing the outcome of the contest as “a gift.” On the other hand, his slugger fighting style has been described as slow yet powerful; he doesn’t seem to be doing much, but he keeps knocking fighters out.

In order to fully recover from the injuries and reduce the risk of further harm, activity was essential, along with a lengthy vacation from combat. Robert Helenius, who had taken a year off from boxing, defeated veteran Sherman “The Caribbean Tank” Williams in Helsinki on November 10, 2012, maintaining his perfect record. Up until this time, the fight was the main event on the primary Sauerland Events Viasat Nordic Fight Night card held outside of Denmark.

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In a 10-round battle on March 23, 2013, in Magdeburg, Germany, Robert Helenius easily defeated Michael Sprott. In a struggle, Helenius shattered the wrist on his right hand.

Robert Helenius remained inactive for a considerable amount of time due to disagreements with Team Sauerland on the terms of their agreement before terminating that relationship in February 2015. Sauerland brought the matter to court after refusing to recognise the uneven split in the agreement.

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Robert Helenius Returns

On March 21, 2015, in Tallinn, Robert Helenius reentered the ring and confronted Andras Csomor. Beka Lobjanidze, the boss of Georgia, lost to Helenius in a fight on June 13, 2015, in Vaasa, Finland. Lobjanidze had no chance of winning and lost every round until quitting the fight in the third.

Erkan Teper was supposed to challenge Helenius for the EBU heavyweight title on December 19, 2015, but Teper pulled out of the contest and had to give up his title due to an injury. After Teper defeated Helenius, Teper arranged the fight with unbeaten replacement opponent Franz Rill to challenge both the IBF heavyweight title and the EBU European heavyweight title, which Teper had already cleared.

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Rill was aggressive, but Helenius controlled the proceedings with his poke and powerful counterpunches, sending his opponent to the canvas in both the first and fourth rounds. Helenius earned a respectable and unambiguous 12 round consistent choice. Robert Helenius emptied the European belt on January 20, 2016, after choosing not to take on mandatory challenger Derek Chisora. On April 2 in Helsinki, Helenius fought Johann Duhaupas for the vacant WBC Silver Heavyweight title. The match ended with Duhaupas knocking Helenius out in the sixth round, marking the first defeat for the previously unbeaten Helenius. On September 10, 2016, in his childhood neighbourhood of Marienhamn, Helenius engaged German fighter Konstantin Airich.

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After the knockout defeat against Duhaupas, this was the fight that sticks in his mind the most. After 49 seconds, Robert Helenius beat Airich in the primary balance to end the game. In October 2016, Helenius and Sauerland announced that they had revised the terms of their 2015 agreement and would coordinate at least two further matches. In a dull fight at Helsinki’s Hartwall Arena on December 17, 2016, Helenius defeated Argentine Gonzalo Basile in just 48 seconds. On March 24, 2017, it was announced that Helenius would face Derek Chisora in a highly anticipated rematch at Helsinki, Finland’s Hartwall Arena.

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They fought on a comparable field when Helenius triumphed in a dubious split choice in December 2011. On May 27, 2017, the contest would have taken place for the vacant WBC Silver heavyweight title. The conflict was nonetheless postponed as of May 16 till after the summer of 2017. After the Chisora rematch was postponed, Helenius went on to fight Russian Evgeny Orlov on June 17, 2017, and won easily in the sixth round.

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