Shannon O’Connell Net Worth

Shannon O’Connell’s net worth is $1 million. She is an Australian Boxer. She has a record of 23 wins, 6 defeats and 1 draw in her Professional Boxing career so Mashoor estimates her worth around $1 million.

Shannon O’Connell Biography

Shannon O’Connell is a professional boxer from Australia, is referred to as The Queen of Australian Boxing and held the WBF female featherweight world title in 2013. Her nickname is Shotgun Shannon. She is 5’5 feet tall.

She was brought into this world on 20 January 1983 in Adelaide, Australia. She has more than 15k followers on Instagram – shotgun78.

She made her debut on 15 Dec 2011 against Kelly O’Doherty. Till date she has won 23 fights, has 6 defeats with 1 draw in her Professional Boxing career.

Personal Details

Net Worth$1 million
Real NameShannon O’Connell
Date of Birth20 January 1983
BirthplaceAdelaide, Australia
NationalityAustralian
ProfessionBoxer

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Personal Life

O’Connell was born in Adelaide, South Australia, on January 20, 1983. Her father Kevin O’Connell died in a speedway accident when he was 2 years old. After her father passed away, Shannon’s mother Lynda experienced severe depression, and most of Shannon’s early years were marked by abuse and drug use. She started boxing at the age of 20 to get her back in shape after suffering a back injury while playing netball.

Terry Fox, an Adelaide boxer from the 1970s who competed against her father in speedway events, served as her first coach. O’Connell lives in Slacks Creek, Queensland, which is south of Brisbane, with his three kids. She established the Shotgun Boxing and Fitness club in Slacks Creek and was selected the 2021 “Sportswoman of the Year” for the City of Logan.

Boxing Career

On December 15, 2011, O’Connell made her professional debut. In round 3, she won by Technical Knockout. She competed for the Queensland state female bantamweight title in her second match, however she was defeated. O’Connell defeated Choi Hyun-mi of South Korea by unanimous decision for the WBA world female featherweight title after winning her subsequent six fights, including the contest for the Queensland state female featherweight title. O’Connell had to have shoulder surgery in 2022, endangering her career. After suffering two surgeries, O’Connell defeated Sarah Higginson in the first round when she made her comeback in June.

30Win23-6-1 Sarah Higginson29 Jun, 2022
29Win22-6-1 Taylah Robertson23 Oct, 2021
28Win21-6-1 Cherneka Johnson13 Mar, 2021
27Win20-6-1 Kori Farr3 Dec, 2020
26Win19-6-1 Kylie Fulmer26 Aug, 2020
25Win18-6-1 Bianca Elmir31 Aug, 2019
24Win17-6-1 Febriyanti Lubis30 Mar, 2019
23Win16-6-1 Sumalee Tongpootorn13 Dec, 2017
22Loss15-6-1 Helen Joseph29 Jul, 2017
21Loss15-5-1 Marcela Eliana Acuña16 Jun, 2017
20Win15-4-1 Laura Soledad Griffa10 Dec, 2016
19Win14-4-1 Edina Kiss21 Oct, 2016
18Win13-4-1 Kimika Miyoshi13 Aug, 2016
17Win12-4-1 Tanwarat Saengiamjit9 Apr, 2016
16Draw11–4–1 Dayana Cordero21 Nov 2015
15Loss11–4 Sandy Tsagouris11 Sep 2015
14Win11–3 Saranphat Sirisot13 Jun 2015
13Win10–3 Bronwyn Wylie6 Jul 2014
12Win9–3 Gentiane Lupi17 May 2014
11Loss8–3 Diana Prazak1 Mar 2014
10Win8–2 Gabisile Tshabalala29 Jun 2013
9Loss7–2 Choi Hyun-mi8 May 2013
8Win7–1 Narelle Leahey4 Apr 2013
7Win6–1 Pimchanok Ruamwong24 Oct 2012
6Win5–1 Naruemol Ubuabon24 Aug 2012
5Win4–1 Michelle Preston29 Jun 2012
4Win3–1 Chuthaporn Pradissan3 Jun 2012
3Win2–1 Pimchanok Ruamwong24 Mar 2012
2Loss1–1 Sara George2 Mar 2012
1Win1–0 Kelly O’Doherty15 Dec 2011

She was designated as the required challenger for fellow Australian Bridges’ IBF world bantamweight championship in July 2022. The IBF rejected Bridges’ plea to postpone the fight on August 25, 2022, and instructed Bridges’ promoter Eddie Hearn and Matchroom Boxing to start talks with O’Connell’s Australian promoter No Limit Boxing to set a date. By September, the two parties had failed to reach an agreement, and the bout was then put up for purse bids, which Matchroom Boxing won.

O’Connell had to have shoulder surgery in 2022, endangering her career. After suffering two surgeries, O’Connell defeated Sarah Higginson in the first round when she made her comeback in June. She was designated as the required challenger for fellow Australian Ebanie IBF world bantamweight championship in July 2022. The IBF rejected Bridges’ plea to postpone the fight on August 25, 2022, and instructed Bridges’ promoter Eddie Hearn and Matchroom Boxing to start talks with O’Connell’s Australian promoter No Limit Boxing to set a date. By September, the two parties had failed to reach an agreement, and the bout was then put up for purse bids, which Matchroom Boxing won.

FAQ

Who is Shannon O’Connell ?

Shannon O’Connell is an Australian Boxer.

When was Shannon born ?

She was born on 20 January 1983.

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