Known as the "Steel Hammer" Wladimir Klitschko is a former Ukrainian professional Boxer who became two-times world heavyweight champion, having held the WBA, WBO, IBF titles, as well as the INB, and Ring magazine's face. The strategic and the intelligent boxer, Wladimir Klitschko is considered to be one of the greatest heavyweight champions of all the time.
Wladimir Klitschko is one of the dominated heavyweight champions and not only in the arena of boxing, he is passionate gofer too. He participated in the Alfred Dunhill Links Champions held in Scotland. Stay tuned and keep reading to know more about Wladimir Klitschko net worth and lifestyles.
Wladimir Klitschko Net worth and Deals
Wladimir Klitschko is a popular fighter with deals with the SAP, Porsche, Deutsche Telecom and McFit bagging net worth of $17.5 million and further has various earnings from endorsement deals around $4 million.
On the Forbes list fo the year he was ranked 98 on the list of the Highest Paid Athletes with an estimated net worth of $21.5 million which in recent days is in a decreasing order and has reportedly reduced to $17.5 million but it still is high. Known as the "Steel Hammer", he undoubtedly is the steel hammer of boxing with almost 97% win and retained the champion for a decade.
Wladimir Klitschko Cars collection
As for his cars, he loves to drive branded cars and has a big collection including a Mercedes Benz E 300 AWD 4MATIC which costs $49,304. He also bought a Mercedes Benz Metris Passenger Van RWD priced $43,015.
Youtube: Wladimir Klitschko Cars collection
Meanwhile, he also owned a Mercedes C-class coupe worth $48,300, a Mercedes the Verge, and a Ferrari with a combined price of $188,425.
Wladimir Klitschko Career, Awards, and Achievements
Before starting his professional boxing career, he was a coach at the famous Gwardia Warszawa boxing club. It was in the year 1993, he bagged the Junior European Heavyweight Championship.
The world has known him as the "Steel Hammer" or "Dr. Steel Hammer". All this happen after his participation at 1996 on Summer Olympics held at the Atlanta Georgia.
He made his debut with the victory over Ross Puritty. Again he knocked out Paea Wolfgramm in the first round in March 2000. During his entire professional career, he participated in the total of 69 fights, where he had won 54 games and lose 5.
He was the most dominant heavyweight champion for a decade and was the only boxer who had the maximum number of wins in the category of the heavyweight title bouts; the maximum number of wins in the undisputed championship bouts and also has the maximum number of the consecutive defenses of the undisputed title.