Yamileth Mercado Net Worth 2022 (Boxer): biography & Family

Yamileth Mercado Net Worth 2022 (Boxer): biography & Family
Boxer Yamileth Mercado

Yamileth Mercado net worth is more than $1 million because she has won 19 fights, lost 3 fights in her professional boxing career currently holding WBC female super bantamweight title earning thousands of dollars from them and from sponsors so Mashoor estimates her worth around $1 million.

Yamileth Mercado Biography

Yamileth Mercado is a rising Mexican professional boxer currently holding WBC female super bantamweight title. She is ranked as the world’s 2nd best active female super bantamweight by BoxRec.

She was brought into this world on 16 March 1998 in Chihuahua, México. She has more than 27k followers on Instagram – yamilethmercadooficial.

She made her debut in 19 Jul 2014 against Yoatzin Meraz. Till date she has won 19 boxing matches losing 3 times in her professional boxing career.

Yamileth Mercado bio/Wiki

Real NameAlmendra Yamileth Mercado Duarte
Age24 years
Date of Birth16 March 1998
BirthplaceChihuahua, México


FatherYet To Update
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Physical Statistics

Height5’4 Feet
WeightYet To Update
Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBlack

Boxing career

On July 19, 2014, Yamileth Mercado made her professional debut by defeating Yoatzin Meraz in the first round by unanimous decision (UD) at the Gimnasio Municipal in Nuevo Casas Grandes, Mexico. She fought once more in 2014, defeating Susana Uribe by unanimous decision in December before picking up three more victories in 2015: technical knockouts (TKO) over Karla Valenzuela in March and Estefania Talamantes in August, then an eight-round unanimous decision over Lesly Morales in November.

She defeated Diana Gutierrez twice in 2016—once in the third round by TKO in March and again in the sixth round of a rematch in August—before facing Jessica Munoz for the vacant WBC FECOMBOX female super bantamweight title. The fight happened on March 3, 2017, at the Nuevo Casas Grandes Gimnasio Municipal. Over the course of ten rounds, Mercado was defeated for the first time by unanimous decision, with Munoz winning by scores of 100-90, 99-91, and 98-92. A UD victory over Milagros Diaz in November and a corner retirement (RTD) triumph over Juana Felix in December marked Mercado’s comeback.

She competed four times in 2018, defeating Beatriz Arangure in June and Beatani Balderas in March and January, respectively. In her final contest of the year, Fatuma Zarika, the current WBC female super bantamweight champion, challenged her for a world championship. At the Kenyatta International Convention Center in Nairobi, Kenya, on September 8, the fight took place. In her first attempt at winning a world championship, Mercado was defeated by split decision (SD), with two judges awarding Zarika victories by scores of 99-91 and 97-93 while awarding Mercado a victory by a score of 96-94. On February 16 at the Poliforum in Ciudad Cuauhtémoc, Mexico, she fought for the first time in 2019.

Yamileth Mercado Net Worth 2022 (Boxer): biography & Family

The three judges scored the fight 100-90, 99-91, and 96-93 in favour of Mercado, who won by unanimous decision over Alys Sanchez after ten rounds. Mercado was given the vacant WBC International championship. On June 28, she defeated Karina Fernandez by unanimous decision to successfully defend her title. The fight was scored 97-91 by all three judges. She fought the WBC world champion Fatuma Zarika again in her final contest of the year. The fight happened on November 16 at Ciudad Cuauhtémoc’s Poliforum.

Over the course of ten rounds, Mercado won the WBC super bantamweight championship by UD. The fight received scores of 98-92 from two judges and 99-91 from the third. Yamileth defeated Irasema Rayas by technical knockout in round four of 2020. She then defeated Angelica Rascón and Alejandra Guzmán in a pair of super bantamweight championship defences, each time by unanimous decision.

On the undercard of Jake Paul vs. Tyrone Woodley in 2021, Yamileth moved up to featherweight to challenge champion Amanda Serrano for both of her championships. However, after a competitive fight, Amanda prevailed by unanimous decision.

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