Boxers come from the poorest, toughest conditions in the world. And what makes boxing so tough is not because the sport is so hard but because THE PEOPLE are tough. Many other fighting arts are also very technically difficult, complex, and yet many of their fighters all respect boxers.
Accordingly, how do you become a professional boxer?
Let's go through the steps you'll need to take to become a boxer:
- Step 1: Begin Training. Prospective boxers often begin training at a young age at a community center or local boxing gym.
- Step 2: Earn State Licensure.
- Step 3: Participate in Amateur Boxing Tournaments.
- Step 4: Assemble a Team of Professionals.
Who is the highest paid boxer?
|1||Floyd Mayweather Jr.||Boxing|
How much do fighters make?
While paydays for top draws like Anderson Silva and Georges St. Pierre can run into the millions (St. Pierre recently told Agence France-Presse he earns between $4 million and $5 million per fight), entry-level fighters who compete under the banner of the UFC do so for as little as $6,000 if they fail to win their