Hasim Sharif Rahman, an American former professional boxer who competed from 1994 to 2014, was born on November 7, 1972. In 2001, he held the unified WBC, IBF, IBO, and lineal titles; then from 2005 to 2006, he held the WBC title. BoxRec ranked him among the top 10 heavyweights in the world from 2000 to 2005, with his highest ranking of No. 6 at the end of 2004.
Rahman initially became known on the world scene in 2001 when he earned a knockout victory against Lennox Lewis to capture the Unified Heavyweight Championship. Lewis avenged the loss and recovered his belt by defeating Rahman in a rematch later that year. Rahman defeated Monte Barrett to win the WBC title for the second time (first in the interim edition) in 2005, after which the WBC accorded him the absolute champion status by the end of the year. His reign as champion ended in 2006 after another knockout defeat, this time by Oleg Maskaev in a repeat of his first bout in 1999.
What is Hasim Rahman Jr.’s net worth?
Hasim Rahman Jr. lives a life of luxury with his family. He resides in a magnificent home decorated with contemporary works of art. He earns money through boxing, competitions, and other activities. The estimated net worth of Hasim Rahman Jr. is USD 2 million (approx.).
Early Life & Education
Hasim Rahman Jr. is the son of the former Olympic heavyweight champion Hasim Rahman. He has fought approximately 100 amateur bouts. After his fight with Donovan Cameron, he became fairly popular. In 2016, he made his boxing debut against Ralph Alexander. On the opposite side, Crystal Simpson Rahman is his mother’s name. On his several social media profiles, Rahman Jr. has shared numerous images of his family. In addition, his brother, Sharif Rahman, is a boxer. His siblings have various names, including Mo Harris, Amirah Rahman, and Quintin Dailey Jr. In addition, he is an American citizen and an adherent of Islam. He is also a person of mixed race.
Hasim Rahman Jr. completed high school at Bishop Gorman. Then, for his higher education, he was admitted to Northern Michigan University, from which he graduated. His level of schooling is graduate.
Rahman Jr. has shared details about his personal life with his supporters. I’m here to inform you that he has totally concentrated on his career. We also explored his social media sites. However, he never shared photos with his friends. Consequently, we now assume that he is unattached. We hope that he will soon share details about his private life with his supporters.
Record, Career, And Training In Boxing For Rahman Jr.?
Hasim began boxing at a very young age. He became a prominent boxer because he wished to emulate his father. According to reports, he had his first boxing debut on April 14, 2017. Since then, he has been in more fights.
His competitors include James McKenzie Morrison, Steven Tyner, James Jones, Ralph Alexander, Curtis Head, Alejandro de la Torre, and many others. On Saturday, August 6, 2022, he will compete with Jake Paul. Due to the numerous arguments between the two prior to their fights, many people are looking forward to their bouts.
He was defeated by James McKenzie Morrison in April. At the time, they were competing for the WBC USNBC heavyweight championship. On August 6, 2022, he will face Jake Paul at Madison Square Garden.
He began his professional boxing career in 2017, after gaining sufficient experience as an amateur (there is talk that he even had more than 100 fights). After 5 years as a professional, he has engaged in 13 bouts, with a record of 12 victories, 1 defeat, and 6 knockouts. In truth, he lost his unbeaten boxing record in his most recent bout, which took place on April 29, 2022, when James McKenzie Morrison defeated him through TKO in five rounds.