Steven Nelson Net Worth

Boxer Steven Nelson’s net worth is $300k. He is an American Boxer who has a record of 17 wins and 0 defeats in his career.

Steven Nelson Biography

Steven Nelson is a American Professional Boxer. He is 5’10 feet tall. He was brought into this world on June 4, 1988 in America. He is on Instagram

Personal Details

Net Worth$300k
Real NameSteven Nelson
Date of BirthJune 4, 1988

Steven Nelson Career

On March 19, 2016, Steven Nelson made his professional debut, defeating Billy Colon via technical knockout (TKO) in the first round at the Arena Theatre in Houston, Texas .

After amassing a record of 15-0 (12 KOs), he competed for his first professional title on January 11, 2020, at the Hard Rock Live in Atlantic City, New Jersey, when he took on Cem Kilic for the vacant WBO-NABO super middleweight title. Following Kilic’s trainer Buddy McGirt’s ascent to the ring apron to request that the bout be stopped in order to spare Kilic from more harm, referee David Fields awarded Nelson the championship through eighth-round TKO. At 1 minute and 44 seconds into the round, Fields complied and declared the match over.

17WinDeAndre WareSep 5, 2020
16WinCem KilicJan 11, 2020
15WinDerrick FindleySep 1, 2019
14WinVictor DarochaMay 25, 2019
13WinFelipe RomeroFeb 15, 2019
12WinOscar RiojasOct 13, 2018
11WinDeShon WebsterJun 9, 2018
10WinMike SawyerMar 31, 2018
9WinCesar RuizAug 19, 2017
8WinDemetrius WalkerJul 1, 2017
7WinGilberto RubioMay 20, 2017
6WinBranden ChevrefilsDec 17, 2016
5WinChris HarrisDec 10, 2016
4WinReyes DiazNov 4, 2016
3WinTim MeekJul 23, 2016
2WinRicky ReedMay 7, 2016
1WinBilly ColonMar 19, 2016


On December 10 at the CHI Health Center in Omaha, Nebraska, the Crawford vs. Avanesyan programme will feature unbeaten prospect Steven Nelson (17-0, 14 KOs), of Omaha, Nebraska, taking on James Ballard (10-4, 3 KOs). For eight rounds, Steven Nelson vs. Ballard will be contested in the light heavyweight division.

Steven Nelson is competing for the first time since defeating DeAndre Ware via TKO in September 2020, which came after an Achilles tendon tear. Veteran of the U.S. Army, Nelson worked in satellite communications for the 7th Special Forces Group for eight years and was deployed to Afghanistan in 2008–2009. Prior to starting his professional career, he was stationed in Colorado Springs and joined the Army’s World Class Athlete Program boxing team.

In preparation for December 10, he is exercising with Crawford, a fellow Omaha native and lifelong buddy, at their training facility in Colorado Springs. The following quotes from Nelson discuss his training camp, his fight with Ballard, competing at home on BLK Prime PPV, and other topics. About his most recent training camp:

“Training camp is going quite well. We’ve participated in other camps in Colorado Springs together, but this one stands out for all of us because of Bud’s drive and the amount of effort he put into pushing the group. I’ve been out of the ring for two years due to a torn Achilles, so I can’t wait to go back in.

It truly seems like the world is against our squad. Bud and the coaches forced me to improve. You won’t survive at this camp if you aren’t physically capable. Regarding his contest with James Ballard: “I’m going to gently destroy Ballard,” she said. Despite my difficulties, I am among the top boxers in my division. I want to win this bout so I can pursue opponents who have been avoiding me, including Edgar Berlanga and many more. Ballard is someone I take very seriously, but I fully anticipate stopping him.

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