What Is Marcos Maidana Worth?
Marcos Maidana's Net Worth is $2 Million
On February 2, 2009, the then-WBA Light Welterweight titleholder Andreas Kotelnik beat the then-undefeated Maidana (25-0, 24 knockouts) by means of dubious split choice, with the judges scoring the battle 115– 114, 113– 115, 115– 113 to support Kotelnik.
After his battle with Ortiz, it was supposed that Maidana would confront British boxer, and WBA super lightweight champion, Amir Khan, who won the title in the wake of vanquishing Andreas Kotelnik. Be that as it may, Khan decided on Paulie Malignaggi as his next rival. Therefore, Maidana was booked to battle on March 27, 2010, against Victor Cayo, whose record, around then, was 24-0 with 75% of triumphs stopping by a method for the knockout. Maidana thumped out the undefeated Cayo in the 6th round to hold his break WBA super lightweight title and enhance his record to 28-1, with 27 knockouts.
On February 25, 2012, Maidana climbed to welterweight and battled Devon Alexander who was additionally climbing in weight. Maidana obviously appeared to be awkward in his initial battle at the new weight as Alexander overwhelmed the battle and went ahead to win an unbalanced consistent choice. In his initially battle following the Alexander misfortune, Maidana crushed Jesus Soto Karass on September 15, 2012, by eighth-round TKO in a forward and backward slugfest.
Maidana at that point battled them to a great extent obscure Angel Martinez on December 12, 2012. Maidana won the battle by KO in the third round.
On December 14, 2013, Marcos Maidana crushed the intensely supported Adrien Broner after 12 rounds through consistent choice to win the WBA Welterweight title. Maidana dropped the already unbeaten Broner in the second and eighth adjusts and won by agreeable edges on each of the three judges scorecards, 115– 110, 116– 109, 117– 109. Maidana was a 3/1 underdog entering this battle. He had now won four successive battles under the tutelage of boxing coach Robert Garcia.
On August 9, 2016, Maidana formally reported his retirement from proficient boxing at 33 years old, purportedly moving into a consultative part. Maidana wrote in a letter routed to boxing companions via web-based networking media: “After quite a while out of the ring and in the wake of giving it a considerable measure of thought since my last battle I’ve chosen to hang up the gloves for good. Most likely my choice would not astonish much as I had given clues of it over the most recent couple of months. However, as of now, I am making it official.” Maidana completed with a professional record of 35 wins in 40 battles, 31 wins stopping by a method for knockout and 5 choice misfortunes.
Marcos Maidana Biography
Marcos René Maidana conceived July 17, 1983, in Margarita, Santa Fe, Argentina. He is an Argentine previous expert boxer who contended from 2004 to 2014. He is a two-weight best on the planet, having held the WBA (Regular) super lightweight title from 2011 to 2012, and the WBA welterweight title from 2013 to 2014. An adaptable brawler in the ring, Maidana was notable for his considerable punching power and was never ceased in any of his five misfortunes.
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