Erik Morales Net Worth

Érik Morales was born into a family of José Morales Iván Morales, Diego Morales. Earning the unknown along his career, Érik Morales is a Professional boxer. As a professional athlete, this person has one numerous awards and trophies, including: unknown. A decorated career started in school unknown and later progressed, launching Érik Morales into stardom. Born on unknown in unknown, this Professional boxer stood out from the rest of the crowd as early as in their child years. Making them a globally known and cheered superstar, their career earnings through winnings and sponsored deals have guaranteed Érik Morales a lot of money. Want to know how much exactly? Well it is estimated that the net worth of Érik Morales is around $2 Million

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Erik Morales was raised in Tijuana by his father, José Morales, and his mother; his brothers are Ivan Morales, and Diego Morales, both of whom are involved in boxing as well. Under the influence of his father, Erik began to train in boxing when he was only five years old. Thanks to his talent, he had a great amateur career, fighting 114 times and winning 11 major titles in Mexico.

Erik turned professional as a boxer when he was only 16 years old, making his debut against Jose Orejel, knocking him out in two rounds, which marked the beginning of his net worth. From 1993 to 1997, he competed in the super bantamweight division, and won all of his 26 fights, including against Hector Acero Sánchez and Kenny Mitchell. In 1997, he won his first title at super bantamweight (WBC), knocking Daniel Zaragoza out in eleven rounds. His next big victory came in the following year, when he defeated Junior Jones, and a year later, he knocked out Wayne McCullough, a former WBC Bantamweight Champion. In 2000, Erik won the WBO Super Bantamweight title, with a victory against Marco Antonio Barrera, and the game was named the Fight of the Year by The Ring, which added a considerable amount to his net worth.

Soon, Erik decided to vacate his WBC Super Bantamweight title, so he could move up the ladder to the featherweight division, and he won the Interim WBC Featherweight title in his second fight at this weight. During the next two years, he managed to retain the title, winning against Rodney Jones in 2000 and Guty Espadas, Jr. in 2001. However, in the following year, he was defeated for the first time by Marco Antonio Barrera.

Nevertheless, he continued to line up success after success, and in 2004 he started to compete in the super featherweight division, becoming the WBC Champion. In the same year, he had a re-match with Barrera, and Erik was defeated again, and the third match between them is once again named the Fight of the Year. In 2005, Erik defeated three-division world champion Manny Pacquiao, increasing his net worth by a large margin.

To speak further about his career, Erik won the WBC Light Welterweight Championship in 2011, with a win over Pablo Cesar Cano, and he became the first Mexican boxer in history to win world titles in four different weight divisions, increasing further his net worth. In October of 2012, he retired, and his last match was against Danny Garcia, who defeated him. He finished his career having 61 fights in total (52 – 9), with 36 knockouts.

Speaking about his personal life, Erik Morales is married to Andrea, with whom he has three children.

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  • Full Name: Érik Morales
  • Net Worth: $2 Million
  • Date Of Birth: September 1, 1976
  • Place Of Birth: Tijuana, Mexico
  • Height: 1.73 m
  • Weight: 64 kg
  • Profession: Professional boxer
  • Nationality: Mexican
  • Spouse: Andrea Elvira
  • Parents: José Morales
  • Siblings: Iván Morales, Diego Morales
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  • Movies: Risen, Double Trouble: The Road to Redemption


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Risen 2010 Vicente Saldivar
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Pacquiao-Morales III: The Grand Finale 2006 Video Himself
HBO Boxing After Dark 2005 TV Series Himself
ESPN Top Rank Boxing 1997 TV Series Himself
Golden Boy on ESPN 2017 TV Series Himself – Studio Guest
HBO: Morales vs. Maidana – Action Heroes 2011 Documentary Himself
WWE Smackdown! 2008 TV Series Himself
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Doped: The Dirty Side of Sports 2015 Documentary Himself
HBO Boxing 2011 TV Series documentary Himself
ESPN Friday Night Fights 2011 TV Series Himself