Frank Warren Net Worth


Frank Warren’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Frank Warren was born on 28 February, 1952 in Islington, London, is a Boxing promoter. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Frank Warren’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

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Occupation Boxing promoter
Age 69 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 28 February 1952
Birthday 28 February
Birthplace Islington, London
Nationality English

What is Frank Warren’s net worth?

Frank Warren’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Frank Warren is 69 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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In July 2011, Warren started the BoxNation TV channel alongside the Boxing Channel Media Limited group. The channel was originally free-to-air and only released on the Sky platform, but on 1 December 2011 BoxNation was broadcast on Virgin Media for the first time and became a subscription channel at the same time.


In December 2007, Warren was elected to the International Boxing Hall of Fame and was inducted in June 2008.


Warren signed the 2004 Olympic Lightweight silver medallist Amir Khan and guided him to be a world champion in 2009, but the two split in 2010. He continued this post-Olympic record by signing others after the 2008 Olympics.


Warren was also the founder and owner of the London Arena. Beset by transport problems, he was about to raise additional finance until shot – he says the incident cost him £8million, as he was forced to sell it in 1996.

Warren also invested in Bedford RFC “Bedford Blues” during the 1996–97 season, taking over as chairman from Ian Bullerwell. The club went on to win the Allied Dunbar Division 2 Championship in 1998.


Warren guided Hamed to become Britain’s youngest ever world champion when he beat Steve Robinson to win the WBO Featherweight title at the Cardiff Arms Park, Wales, in 1995; he oversaw the ascent of Ricky Hatton to the IBF Light Welterweight Championship of the World after beating Kostya Tszyu in 2005; and has been with former IBF and WBO/WBC/WBA/Ring Magazine Super Middleweight Champion Joe Calzaghe throughout the majority of his 46 fight unbeaten career.

Warren’s major vehicles for promotion are Sports Network Ltd and Sports Network Europe, which employ 15 people, but rises up to 1,000 on the day of a big fight. In 1995 Warren signed an exclusive deal with the pay-TV operator British Sky Broadcasting, but having moved his promotions successfully around all of the UK television networks, he has now severed all ties with Sky Sports.


On 30 November 1989, Warren was shot outside the Broadway Theatre in Barking by an unknown assailant wearing a balaclava, who was never caught. A .22 bullet from a Luger pistol missed Warren’s heart by an inch, and he lost half a lung and parts of his ribs. The former boxer, Terry Marsh, who had become Warren’s first world champion two years earlier, was accused of the shooting but acquitted by a jury.


Warren’s first licensed show was held at the Bloomsbury Crest Hotel, in London in 1980, promoting two unknown United States heavyweights. However, although he had arranged TV coverage, he was blocked from broadcasting the fight by the British Boxing Board of Control rules preventing first-time from televising their first fights. However Warren was later given his first TV date with the BBC in a British light welterweight fight between London’s champion Clinton McKenzie and Coventry contender Steve Early.


Frank Warren (born February 1952) is an English boxing manager and promoter. Warren and his son George own and run Queensberry Promotions. Warren was also a founder of the British boxing television channel BoxNation.

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