Sean McComb Net Worth

Sean McComb is an Irish Boxer with a net worth of $200k. He has a record of 14 wins and 1 defeat in his career.

Sean McComb Biography

Sean McComb is an Irish professional boxer who was born on August 14, 1992. At the 2015 European Games, he took home a bronze medal as an amateur.

McComb practises in Belfast at the Holy Trinity club . At the European Games in Baku in 2015, McComb earned bronze. In 2018, an incident outside a nightclub resulted in McComb receiving a fine and a ban.

He is 5’11 feet tall. He is on Instagram as https://www.instagram.com/seanmccomb/. He is married and has a kid.

Sean McComb Personal Details

Net Worth$200k
Real NameSean McComb
Date of BirthAugust 14, 1992
BirthplaceIreland
NationalityIrish
ProfessionBoxer

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Career

No.ResultOpponentDate
15Win Ramiro Blanco6 Aug 2022
14Win Ronnie Clark5 Nov 2021
13Win Vicente Martin Rodriguez6 Aug 2021
12Loss Gavin Gwynne19 Feb 2021
11Win Siar Ozgul11 Aug 2020
10Win Mauro Godoy1 Feb 2020
9Win Emiliano Rodriguez11 Oct 2019
8Win Renald Garrido3 Aug 2019
7Win Miroslav Serban17 May 2019
6Win Troy James29 Mar 2018
5Win Zoltan Szabo7 Dec 2018
4Win Carlos Galindo20 Oct 2018
3Win Petar Aleksandrov5 Oct 2018
2Win Lester Cantillano8 Sep 2018
1Win Reynaldo Mora18 Aug 2018

News

Sean McComb thinks that by bringing the WBO European title to the table, he will have a better chance of persuading a well-known fighter to have a meal with him. Since his defeat in the Commonwealth championship fight last year, “The Public Nuisance” has been looking for step-ups but has had difficulty securing a named opponent.

The well-known Belfast southpaw was linked to a number of players in recent months, including Ohara Davies, Dalton Smith, and even Lee Reeves, but none of those relationships materialised. When questioned about why none of them materialised, he claims ignorance and argues that he was eager and prepared.

However, the notable former amateur thinks such battles might be simpler to arrange if he wins the WBO light welterweight belt in this weekend’s important Conlan Guerfi fight. He told Irish-boxing.com, “I think [a title win is] long needed and it would imply recognition moving into 2023.” “It will be huge in terms of subsequent bouts and having something to offer.

“I don’t know why the battles I was associated with didn’t happen, but it was not on my end; all I care about is my own poop. A good TV platform will also help me gain recognition, as I mentioned previously with regard to titles. I’m hoping that this propels me toward notable figures and into a situation where I won’t be avoided.

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