Terri Harper net worth is more than $1 million because she has fought many matches in her professional boxing career and recently Won WBA Inter-Continental lightweight title recently so Mashoor estimates her worth to be around $1 million.
Terri Harper Biography
Terri Harper is a very famous British professional boxer and former super-featherweight world champion, having held the IBO female title from 2019 to November 2021. She currently holds WBA Inter-Continental lightweight title.
She was brought into this world on 2 November 1996 in Denaby Main, Yorkshire, England. She has more than 49k followers on Instagram – terri_harper96. She is a gay.
She made her debut in 25 Nov 2017 against Monika Antonik. She has won 12 fights, lost 1 fight against Alycia Baumgardner and had 1 draw out of 14 fights of her professional boxing career.
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At the age of 14, Terri Harper revealed to her father and stepmother that he was gay. She and Jenna Hayden, her partner, are engaged.
In 2017, Terri Harper made her professional debut after a brief amateur career. Two years later, in 2019, she won her maiden title, taking home the local WBC International female lightweight crown. She won her first world championship, the vacant IBO title, later that year after moving down a weight class to the super-featherweight division.
On November 25, 2017, at the Doncaster Dome in Doncaster, Terri Harper made her professional debut by defeating Monika Antonik via four-round points decision (PTS).
On November 25, 2017, at the Doncaster Dome in Doncaster, Harper made her professional debut by defeating Monika Antonik via four-round points decision (PTS). Following four additional fights in 2018—PTS victories over Borislava Goranova and Bojana Libiszewska in February and April, and stoppage victories over Bec Connolly and Feriche Mashauri in October and December, respectively—on March 8, 2019, at the Barnsley Metrodome in Barnsley, she fought for the vacant WBC International female lightweight title against the unbeaten Commonwealth super-lightweight champion Nina Bradley.
Bradley was knocked down twice in the opening two rounds of their bout, which Harper won in the tenth and final round through technical knockout (TKO). All three judges had Harper leading with scores of 90-79, 89-80, and 89-80 at the time of the halt.
She made her debut in 25 Nov 2017 against Monika Antonik. She has won 12 fights, lost 1 fight and had 1 draw out of 14 fights of her professional boxing career.