Josh Taylor’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Josh Taylor was born on 2 January, 1991 in Edinburgh, United Kingdom, is a Scottish boxer. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Josh Taylor’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.
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What is Josh Taylor’s net worth?
Josh Taylor’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Josh Taylor is 30 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
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Early Life: Source Wikipedia
As of May 2020, he is ranked as the world’s best active light-welterweight by BoxRec and the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board. With 12 of his 16 wins coming by way of stoppage, he currently has a 75% knockout-to-win ratio.
Taylor won his first world title, the IBF light-welterweight title, by UD againstin Glasgow on 18 May 2019. Taylor scored two knockdowns in the fight.
Taylor won a unification bout against WBA (Super) light-welterweight championby majority decision (MD) in the final of the World Boxing Super Series at The O2 Arena in London on 26 October 2019. The fight was shown live on Sky Sports Box Office. Two judges scored the fight 117–112 and 115–113 in favour of Taylor while the third scored it a draw at 114–114. Taylor lifted the Muhammad Ali Trophy as the winner of the 2018-19 World Boxing Super Series – Light-welterweight division along with the vacant Ring magazine title.
In December 2019, Taylor was arrested and charged with behaving in a threatening or abusive manner due to an incident whilst partying in Edinburgh. After being asked to leave a nightclub, he said a bouncer’s “nose ring is gay”, and referred to the bouncer as a “gay-looking cunt” and a “big orange-looking cunt”. Taylor later pleaded guilty at Edinburgh Sheriff Court and was fined £350. He said on Twitter afterwards, “I whole heartedly apologise for my stupid actions. It has been a rollercoaster of a year for me, becoming unified world champion and on this occasion I’ve taken it too far.”
On 18 January 2018 it was confirmed that Taylor would defend his WBC Silver light-welterweight title against veteranon 3 March 2018, at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow. On 24 February 2018 it was revealed that Soto had sustained an injury whilst training meaning he had to pull out the fight. On the same day, Winston Campos was announced as his replacement.
In June 2018, Taylor fought former WBC light-welterweight champion,, gaining a UD win in a twelve-round fight, meaning that he was placed in the mandatory position to fight WBC light-welterweight champion, José Ramírez. The fight took place at the SSE Hydro, Glasgow.
On 30 June 2018, it was announced that Taylor would join fellow light welterweights, , , , , and WBA champion, in the eight man tournament.
In his seventh fight, Taylor picked up the Commonwealth light-welterweight title by beatingwith a fifth-round stoppage. Ryan went down twice over the course of the bout. Ryan had previously held the title between 2014 and 2015. Taylor won his first seven fights by knockout (KO). His KO streak came to an end against Alfonso Olvera, who went eight rounds with Taylor at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on 28 January 2017. Taylor won the fight by unanimous decision (UD) with scores of 79–72, and 78-73 twice. On 24 March Taylor defended his Commonwealth title for the first time, beating Warren Joubert with a sixth-round TKO, after hurting him several times with left hooks. Joubert went down in round six and his corner threw in the towel.
Taylor started his professional career in June 2015, signing with Barry McGuigan’s Cyclone Promotions, and is trained by. Taylor made his debut in July 2015, defeating Archie Weah with a second round technical knockout (TKO).
He reached a Commonwealth Games final again in 2014, this time at light-welterweight. Taylor won the gold medal, defeating Junias Jonas of Namibia in the final. Taylor also represented the British Lionhearts at the World Series of Boxing.
Following the European Qualifying Event in Trabzon, Turkey, the ACB Lochend boxer qualified for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, losing to number two seedin the round of 16. Taylor became the first lightweight Scottish boxer to qualify for the Olympics since Dick McTaggart, who won a gold medal in Melbourne in 1956 and a bronze in Rome at the following games.
Taylor was a junior taekwondo champion, and turned to boxing at 15. He spent a short time at Meadowbank ABC and then moved onto Lochend ABC under coach Terry McCormack of Edinburgh. Taylor won a silver medal in the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, where he was beaten by Thomas Stalker in the lightweight final by 11–3.
(born 2 January 1991) is a Scottish professional boxer. He is a unified light-welterweight champion, having held the WBA (Super), IBF, and Ring magazine titles since 2019. At regional level, he held the Commonwealth light-welterweight title from 2016 to 2017. As an amateur, he won a silver medal at the 2010 Commonwealth Games and gold at the 2014 edition.