Robert Helenius Net Worth

Robert Helenius’s net worth is $5 million. He is a Swedish-Finnish Boxer. He has won 31 fights, facing defeat in 3 fights in his professional career earning thousands of dollars from fights and also from sponsors so Mashoor estimates his worth around $5 million.

Robert Helenius Biography

At provincial level, the boxer 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.

Robert was brought into this world on 2 January 1984 in Stockholm, Sweden. He has more than 25k followers on Instagram – heleniusrobert. In 2011, He was ranked as the No.10 heavyweight in the world by BoxRec.

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

Personal Details

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


FatherKarl Helenius
MotherStina Helenius
BrothersPeter Helenius
Niklas Helenius
Wilde van Robertson


SchoolYet To Update
UniversityYet To Update
QualificationYet To Update

Physical Statistics

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


At the age of five, Robert 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.

Helenius was born in Stockholm, Sweden, and up until the age of two, he resided there. He has dual citizenship with Finland and Sweden, and following a disagreement with the Finnish boxing federation, he has played a few games for Sweden. Finn who speaks Swedish is Helenius.

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.

35Deontay Wilder15 Oct 2022
34Win31–3Adam Kownacki9 Oct 2021
33Win30–3Adam Kownacki7 Mar 2020
32Win29–3Mateus Roberto Osorio30 Nov 2019
31Loss28–3Gerald Washington13 Jul 2019
30Win28–2Erkan Teper29 Sep 2018
29Win27–2Yury Bykhautsou11 Aug 2018
28Win26–2Yury Bykhautsou17 Mar 2018
27Loss25–2Dillian Whyte28 Oct 2017
26Win25–1Evgeny Orlov17 Jun 2017
25Win24–1Gonzalo Basile17 Dec 2016
24Win23–1Konstantin Airich10 Sep 2016
23Loss22–1Johann Duhaupas2 Apr 2016
22Win22–0Franz Rill19 Dec 2015
21Win21–0Beka Lobjanidze13 Jun 2015
20Win20–0András Csomor21 Mar 2015
19Win19–0Michael Sprott23 Mar 2013
18Win18–0Sherman Williams10 Nov 2012
17Win17–0Derek Chisora3 Dec 2011
16Win16–0Siarhei Liakhovich27 Aug 2011
15Win15–0Samuel Peter2 Apr 2011
14Win14–0Attila Levin27 Nov 2010
13Win13–0Grégory Tony21 Aug 2010
12Win12–0Gbenga Oloukun26 Mar 2010
11Win11–0Lamon Brewster30 Jan 2010
10Win10–0Taras Bidenko7 Nov 2009
9Win9–0Serdar Uysal29 Aug 2009
8Win8–0Scott Gammer30 May 2009
7Win7–0Özcan Çetinkaya9 May 2009
6Win6–0Enrico Garmendia28 Feb 2009
5Win5–0Remigijus Ziausys28 Nov 2008
4Win4–0Nikola Vujasinovic8 Nov 2008
3Win3–0Engin Solmaz5 Sep 2008
2Win2–0David Vicena7 Jun 2008
1Win1–0Gene Pukall17 May 2008

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.

He 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.

Robert Helenius VS Kownacki II – The rematch, according to Helenius’ manager, was delayed multiple times for various reasons until finally taking place on the main card of Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder III on October 9, 2021, with Adam Kownacki as the opponent. After six rounds of Helenius dominating a plainly outmatched Kownacki, the match was called off. In the first round, the former had given his opponent a swollen left eye before taking numerous low punches that led to Kownacki’s disqualification in the sixth round. The outcome of the fight was later modified to Helenius winning through technical knockout.

Robert Helenius VS Kownacki – In a WBA championship eliminator on March 7, 2020, Helenius faced up against the unbeaten Adam Kownacki. Helenius defeated Kownacki in the fourth round, gaining the vacant WBA Gold heavyweight title in the process. Kownacki was the overwhelming favourite. After winning, Helenius was set up as Anthony Joshua’s requisite challenger. Joshua was previously scheduled to face Kubrat Pulev, and Kownacki used his contractual right to a rematch.

Helenius vs. Whyte – After Dillian Whyte struggled to find a challenger, it was revealed on October 15, 2017, that Helenius would take on Whyte on October 28. Whyte dominated the contest beginning in the third round and prevailed after twelve rounds by unanimous decision. After the match, Helenius remarked that he was aware of the dangers of accepting the match on such short notice and with only one week of preparation, but he did it out of want for money.

Helenius vs. Bykhatsou I – In Rakvere, Estonia, on March 17, 2018, Helenius squared off against Yury Bykhautsou. Despite suffering an injury throughout the contest, Helenius prevailed via an 8-round split decision. Helenius, unhappy with his performance in the first match, agreed to a rematch with Bykhautsou on August 11 at Olavinlinna.

Helenius vs. Bykhatsou II – Helenius prevailed once more in the rematch, this time by a unanimous vote.

Helenius vs. Teper – Erkan Teper and Helenius squared off on September 29, 2018, for the vacant IBF Intercontinental heavyweight championship. Helenius dominated the battle for the majority of it before eliminating Teper in round eight.

Helenius vs. Washington – On July 13, 2019, Helenius made his return to the ring after over a year out, going up against Gerald Washington. In the eighth round, he was knocked out of the fight.

Helenius vs. Osorio – In Narva, Estonia, on November 30, 2019, Mateus Roberto Osorio squared off against Helenius. Helenius knocked Osorio out in the second round with a body blow after down him at the conclusion of the first round.

European heavyweight Championship

In Helsinki, Finland, on December 3, 2011, Robert 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.

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 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.

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.


Who is Robert Helenius ?

Robert Helenius is a Finnish Boxer.

When was Helenius born ?

He was born on 2 January 1984.