Anthony Mundine Net Worth 2022, Biography | Salary | Career and more

Anthony Mundine Net Worth 2022, Biography | Salary | Career and more

Anthony Mundine net worth 2022: Anthony Mundine is a $30 million dollar professional boxer from Australia. Anthony Mundine was born in the Australian town of Newtown in the state of New South Wales. He had originally planned to pursue a rugby career. He played throughout his school years before turning pro in 1993. Over the next seven years, he played for various teams, including the New South Wales state rugby league team.

Despite his excellent performance, he received few offers following his season with the state team, so he chose to focus on boxing instead. He was a quick success; by 2003, he was the WBA Super Middleweight Champion. His fight with Perth-based boxer Danny Green became Australia’s most-watched Pay-Per-View event in history. He has 49 professional boxing fights under his belt. He has won 44 of his fights, including 26 by knockout.

Quick Facts

Full Name Anthony Mundine
Net Worth $30 Million
Date Of Birth May 21, 1975
Height 1.8 m
Weight 70 kg
Profession Rugby Player, Professional Boxer
Education Canterbury Boys’ High School
Nationality Australian
Spouse Danielle Mundine
Children Jada Mundine, Anthony Mundine jnr, Malik Mundine, Rahim Mundine, Ayishah Mundine
Parents Tony Mundine, Lyn Mundine
Siblings Kellie


Anthony Mundine Bio

Boxer and rugby player from Australia. He was a middleweight champion and is regarded as one of the greatest crossover athletes of all time. Anthony Mundine was born on May 21, 1975 (age 47) in Australia. His zodiac sign is Gemini, and according to various internet sources, he is a Boxer. While in high school, he was a member of the Australian Schoolboys rugby team. He was the first boxer in history to have every one of his professional fights televised.

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Mundine was selected to play for New South Wales in all three State of Origin matches in 1999, scoring a try on debut in Game I. He also helped the Dragons reach the Grand Final that year, scoring a hat-trick against the Sharks in the major semi-final.

The following week, the Dragons were defeated by the Melbourne Storm in the 1999 NRL Grand Final, during which Mundine, playing at five-eighth, knocked-on over the try line early in the second half, which proved to be a game-changing moment.


Known Family

Brother-in-law: Tyran Smith

Second cousin: Blake Ferguson

Cousin: Wes Patten

Cousin: Beau Mundine

Cousin: James Roberts

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