Javier Fortuna Net Worth in 2022: Earnings and Boxing Endorsements

Javier Fortuna is ready to return to the ring for his highly anticipated face-off against Mexican boxer Ryan Garcia. The fight will take place on July 16 at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, Calif., and will air on the DAZN Network.

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Plus, this fight could be the biggest payday of Fortuna’s long career, so let’s take a look at his net worth and pre-fight earnings.

Fortuna’s net worth and endorsements

El Abejon is a boxer from the Dominican Republic and has been in the sport since 2009. This longevity in the sport has earned him a net worth of $1.5 million. Additionally, he holds a professional record of 37-3-3 with 26 wins by knockout. under his belt.

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The 32-year-old boxer has earned most of his net worth from his fights and currently does not endorse any brands.

Other facts about Javier Fortuna

Fortuna has competed in multiple weight divisions during his career, including the featherweight, super featherweight, and lightweight divisions. He held the WBA Super Featherweight title and the WBA Interim Featherweight title from 2012 to 2013 and 2015 to 2016, respectively. Additionally, Fortuna fought for the IBF Lightweight title in 2018. Fortuna also had an illustrious career as an amateur competing in 212 amateur bouts with a record of 196-16.

He has also faced many notable names throughout his career, including fights against Rafael Hernandez, Joseph Diaz, Antonio Lozada Jr. and Sharif Bogere. The Dominican boxer now has Garcia in his sights and will be looking to add another victory to his record.

Javier Fortuna vs. Ryan Garcia

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The two fighters were supposed to square off in July last year, but Garcia had to pull out of the bout citing mental health issues. Fortuna then took on late replacement Joseph Diaz Jr., who handed ‘El Abejon’ their first loss in nearly 4 years by decision. Now the two fighters can finally settle their differences in the squared circle. Fortuna will be the toughest challenge for Garcia since he fought Luke Campbell in 2018.

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – NOVEMBER 02: Referee Tony Weeks sends Ryan Garcia to a neutral corner after knocking down Romero Duno in the first round of a lightweight bout at MGM Grand Garden Arena on November 2, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Garcia won with a first-round TKO. (Photo by Steve Marcus/Getty Images)

However, Garcia seems confident he can emerge victorious from this matchup and eventually face rival Gervonta Davis, whom he has repeatedly called out for a super fight.

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