Devin Vargas Net Worth|Wiki: An American Boxer, Know his Earnings, Career, Stats, Relationship, Age

Devin Vargas Net Worth|Wiki: An American Boxer, Know his Earnings, Career, Stats, Relationship, Age

Facts of Devin Vargas Net Worth|Wiki: An American Boxer, Know his Earnings, Career, Stats, Relationship, Age

Net worth$5 Million
Date of Birth:1981 December 25
First NameDevin
Last NameVargas
Age:42 years old
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 6 Feet 3 Inch

A popular American professional boxer, Devin Vargas has an estimated net worth of $5 Million as of 2024. Devin is popularly known for winning a bronze medal at the 2003 Pan American Games and competed at the 2004 Olympics. 

Devin Vargas

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Income of Devin Vargas-

Devin has made almost every bit of his fortune from her career as a professional boxer. Devin hasn't revealed any information about his earnings. It is reported that Devin has an estimated net worth of $5 million as of 2024. Any details regarding Devin's earnings will be updated. 

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Assets and Properties of Devin Vargas-

Devin is a wealthy person and owns several luxurious and lavishing properties but hasn't revealed any information regarding his properties, assets, and cars yet. Any further information regarding Devin's assets and properties will be updated

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Career of Devin Vargas-

Devin Vargas after winning

Before Vargas became a professional boxer, he had an impressive career in amateur boxing. In the years 2000 and 2001, he earned the prestigious title of National Golden Gloves Heavyweight Champion. In 2003, Vargas faced off against Mike Marrone and emerged victorious, but in another match, he was defeated by Charles Ellis, who eventually became the winner. That same year, Vargas secured the title of US champion. Despite facing two losses to Kertson Manswell in international matches in 2003, Vargas redeemed himself in 2004, defeating Manswell and earning a spot to compete in the Olympics.

To qualify for the Olympic Games, Vargas excelled at the 1st AIBA American 2004 Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Tijuana, Mexico, finishing in first place. Representing the United States as a heavyweight, he participated in the 2004 Olympics in Athens. In the first round, he triumphed over Rachid El Haddak from Morocco with a referee stopping the contest (RSC) in the third round at 1 minute and 20 seconds. However, in the second round, he faced defeat against Viktar Zuyev from Belarus, with a final score of 27-36.

Vargas officially turned professional in 2004, and in a significant bout on May 15, 2009, he suffered his first defeat at the hands of a ranked opponent, Kevin Johnson. Early in the fight, it became evident that Vargas was struggling, as he was knocked down in the third and fifth rounds, giving Johnson a considerable advantage. By the end of the fifth round, Vargas appeared battered and bruised, signaling the impending conclusion of the match. In the sixth round, Johnson unleashed a series of powerful combinations, leading to a technical knockout (TKO). If the fight had continued, it likely would have resulted in a knockout. Recognizing the situation, Vargas's corner wisely threw in the towel, putting an end to the mismatch and preventing further injury to Vargas. Talking about the statistics of Devin's boxing career as of January 2024, a detailed stat is given below-

  • WON- 22
    • WON BY DECISION - 12
  • LOST- 9

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Personal Life of Devin Vargas-

Devin with his son

He was born on December 25, 1981 in Toledo, Ohio, United States. Devin is the third son of Ray Vargas (Father), and Robin Vargas (Mother). Devin is the younger brother of boxer Dallas Vargas. He is in a relationship with Megan Hanna. Devin and Megan are blessed with a son, Bishop. As of January 2024, Devin is not socially active on any of the social media platforms like Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook.   

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