What are his endorsement deals?

Shakur Stevenson has been a two-time world boxing champion after winning the WBO featherweight title in 2019, and then went on to win the WBC super featherweight title and The Ring Magazine title in 2022.

His professional boxing career began in 2017 when he signed a contract with Bob Arum‘s company, Top Rank, and since then he has fought 15 professional fights.

What is Shakur Stevenson’s net worth?

Shakur Stevenson, nicknamed “The Fearless”, has a net worth of between 3 million dollars and 5 million dollars. The majority of his earnings come from his fight fees and sponsorships, from which he earns around 200,000 US Dollars.

Stevenson does not have a fixed income as he earns different amounts per fight, however, he earned approximately 1.7 million dollars from his fight with Jamel Herring, 1.5 million dollars against Jeremia Nakathila, 500,000 dollars against Toka Kahn Clary and 450,000 dollars against Felix Caraballo.

He now lives in Virginia and owns a luxurious mansion, and created the Stevenson & Moses Boxing for Life Foundation, alongside veteran boxer Wali Moses, who is a member of the World Boxing Hall of Fame.

The aim of the foundation is to promote boxing as a tool to encourage discipline and ethics in young people. He also did a lot of charity work on his own to give back to people in need.

The fight against Japan’s Suichiro Yoshino

This Saturday night, Stevenson will step into the ring in his native Newark, New Jersey, to face Japan’s Suichiro Yoshino, and position himself as a serious contender in the 135-pound class, having lost both titles (WBC and The Ring Magazine belt) he held in the super featherweight division.

The Fearless is eyeing a bout against the winner of Devin Haney and Vasiliy Lomachenko, who fight on May 20 in Las Vegas for the lightweight unification, as the winner tonight will become the official challenger for the World Boxing Council.

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