Lennox Lewis Net Worth 2022

Lennox Lewis Net Worth 2022

What is Lennox Lewis Net Worth?

Lennox Lewis is a $140 million net worth former professional boxer and three-time heavyweight champion. Many people regard him as the greatest British boxer of all time. His fight with Mike Tyson in 2002 drew a then-record 1.95 million Pay Per View purchases.

Name Lennox Lewis
Net Worth (2022) $140 Million
Profession Former professional boxer
Monthly Income And Salary $1 Million +
Yearly Income And Salary $11 Million +
Last Updated 2022
Lennox Lewis Net Worth

Lennox earned hundreds of millions of dollars during his career from guaranteed purses and, more importantly, PPV bonuses. He made around $50 million from that single Tyson fight.


Lennox Lewis Biography

Lennox Lewis was born in London on September 2, 1965. As a child, his family left London and settled in Canada, you will be surprised to know that world-famous comedian Russell Peters also lived at the same place where Lennox Lewis’s family had settled. He has excelled at boxing since he was a child. He was awarded the best boxer in Canada in 1988. He won Olympic gold for his country in 1988 after defeating an American boxer. He then relocated from Canada to England to pursue a professional boxing career. Following this, the controversy begins, as many people know him as a Canadian, while others claim he is entirely British.

Real Name Lennox Claudius Lewis CM CBE
Nick Name: Lennox Lewis
Birth Place: West Ham, London, United Kingdom
Date Of Birth/Birthday: 2 September 1965
Age/How Old: 56 Years old
Height/How Tall: In Centimetres – 196 cm
In Feet and Inches – 6′ 5″
Weight: In Kilograms – 116 kg
In Pounds – 255 lbs.
Eye Colour: Black
Hair Colour: grey
School: N/A
College: Cameron Heights Collegiate Institute
Religion: N/A
Nationality: Canadian
Zodiac Sign: Virgo
Gender: Male
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Kids/Children Name: Leviah Lewis, Leya Lewis, Landon Lewis, Ling Lewis.
Profession: Former professional boxer
Net Worth: $140 Million


Personal Life and Other Activities

Lewis appeared on the debut album “Train of Thought” by the American hip-hop duo Reflection Eternal, released in 2000. The following year, he appeared in “Ocean’s Eleven,” a film co-written by George Clooney, Brad Pitt, and Julia Roberts.

He is seen boxing with Wladimir Klitschko in the film. In 2002, he played himself in the comedy sports show “The Jersey,” and in 2003, he appeared in the music video for Jennifer Lopez and LL Cool J’s song “All I Have.” He competed in the World Series of Poker in 2006 and 2007 but did not win any money.

In 2008, he competed on NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice and finished fourth out of fourteen. Lewis is a chess enthusiast who has funded an after-school program to teach underserved children how to play the game. In 2008, he also made a public service announcement for the Do Something domestic violence awareness campaign. Lewis is married to former Miss Jamaica runner-up Violet Chang, and the couple resides in Miami Beach. They share three children.

Relationship of Lennox Lewis & More

Affairs N/A
Girlfriend N/A
Best Friend N/A
Spouse Violet Chang (m. 2005)
Divorce N/A
Children Leviah Lewis, Leya Lewis, Landon Lewis, Ling Lewis.
Father Carlton Brooks
Mother Violet Blake
Siblings   N/A

Lennox Lewis, by the way, considers both countries to be his homeland. He considers the people of these two countries to have been extremely helpful to him in his boxing career. Lennox Lewis is one of the few boxers to retire as the Undisputed World Heavyweight Champion; typically, boxers retire after losing consecutive boxing matches.


Childhood and Amateur Career

Lennox Claudius Lewis was born in West Ham, London, England on September 2, 1965. His parents were born in Jamaica. He weighed more than 10 pounds when he was born. He moved to Ontario, Canada, with his mother when he was twelve years old. Cameron Heights Collegiate Institute is a public high school in Kitchener, Ontario.

He was very active in sports at school, participating in Canadian football, soccer, and basketball. He decided boxing was his favorite sport when he was thirteen, and he began training and quickly became a successful amateur boxer.

He won a gold medal at the Junior World Championship in 1983 and was asked to represent Canada in the Super-Heavyweight division at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles at the age of eighteen. The International Boxing Association ranked him sixth among heavyweight boxers at the time.

At the Olympics, he advanced to the quarterfinals before losing to Tyrell Biggs of the United States, who went on to win the gold medal. He decided to continue boxing as an amateur after the Olympics in order to compete in the 1988 Summer Olympics.

He was defeated by Petar Stoimenov of Bulgaria in the 1986 World Championships, but he won a gold medal at the Commonwealth Games later that year. In 1987, he was defeated by a decision at the Pan American Games, with South American judges siding with his Cuban opponent and US judges siding with Lewis.

Before traveling to Seoul, South Korea for the 1988 Summer Olympics, he continued as an amateur and won several more titles. He was the first Canadian boxer to win gold in 56 years when he won a gold medal for Canada in the super-heavyweight class.


Professional Development

In 1989, he returned to his native England to begin his professional boxing career. He signed with Frank Maloney, a boxing promoter, and went undefeated in his first twenty-two professional fights. He quickly rose through the ranks, and in 1992, he agreed to fight Donovan “Razor” Ruddock in a fight in which the winner would face either Riddick Bowe or Evander Holyfield.

Bowe defeated Holyfield, the reigning champion, and Lewis knocked Ruddock out in the second round. Bowe relinquished his title rather than defend it against Lewis, and Lewis was awarded the World Boxing Championship title in December 1992.

He was Britain’s first world heavyweight champion in the twentieth century. He was able to successfully defend his title three times. He lost it in a contentious fight in September 1994, which the referee ruled was a technical knockout. Despite having stood up by the count of six, Lewis stumbled forward, and the referee ruled that he was unable to continue.

Lewis hired renowned boxing trainer Emmanuel Steward to replace his former trainer, Pepe Correa, after losing his title. A rematch between Lewis and Lionel Butler was supposed to give Lewis the opportunity to reclaim his title if he won, but after he did, the World Boxing Commission decided to give Mike Tyson the opportunity instead.

Tyson won the title, and Lewis later sued to make him defend it. Tyson defended his title against Bruce Seldon before relinquishing it. By leaving the WBC title vacant, Lewis and McCall set up a rematch in February 1997 in Las Vegas. After McCall began to cry and refused to continue after the third round, Lewis won.

He fought World Boxing Association and International Boxing Federation champion, Evander Holyfield, in 1998, but the fight was controversially declared a draw. Eight months later, a rematch was scheduled, and the judges unanimously declared him the winner, establishing him as the undisputed heavyweight champion.

He successfully defended his championship against Mike Tyson in 2002. Lewis retired in 2004 with 41 victories, two defeats, and one tie. He had 32 knockout wins. He stated in 2008 that he was willing to come out of retirement to fight Riddick Bowe. From 2006 to 2010, he worked as a boxing analyst for HBO’s “Boxing After Dark.”

Social Media Profiles of Lennox Lewis

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A small immigrant kid with a lot to prove, who was teased as a child and started fighting to defend himself, would go on to become one of the greatest boxers of all time. He was also a wise man. He knew what he needed to do and what kind of support he needed to compete for the world’s top spot. That is why he left Canada for the United Kingdom. He’d improve along the way, winning everything from Junior Worlds to the Olympics and every single heavyweight title. He would go on to defeat some of boxing’s greatest fighters, including Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield.

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