Bob Arum Net Worth

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Bob Arum net worth is
$200 Million

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It is often projected that Bob Arum net-worth reaches 200-million dollars making him among the richest millionaires on the planet. A tremendous section of his own net worth arises from his participation into law, encouraging and being involved with company which are the chief sources of Bob Arum net worth. Born in 1931, Bob Arum is generally known for the people as the one that established “Top Rank”. Additionally, he’s not just whoever owns the business but also functions as a CHIEF Executive of it. “Top Rank” is a business which encourages fighters and it is made in Vegas.

Bob Arum Net Worth – 200 Million Dollars

Along with possessing the business, Bob Arum is also referred to as an associate of the USA Attorney’s Workplace.
Where he grew up in a Jewish family Bob Arum spent his youth in Nyc. Following that, he enrolled to study to Harvard Law School and New York University. Both of these sources are the primary ones which supply the sums of cash to the entire sum of Bob Arum net-worth.
Therefore, he became involved in to boxing and it is called a supporter of lots of boxing stars, notably for Muhammad Ali. Additionally, Bob Arum was really an organizer of lots of fighting events like the fights between Roberto Duran and Marvin Hagler. Bob Arum also was the person who arranged grand fights for example the LeonardHearns rematch, George Foreman vs. Evander Holyfield and others.
Through the recent years, it’s been mentioned that Bob Arum is marketing Latin and Spanish fighters. Among the grounds of that may be the very fact that boxing is popular within the Hispanic communities for the past couple of years. Among the most effective fighters who were promoted by Bob Arum were Antonio Margarito and Miguel Cotto. Encouraging such great fighters grow the total quantity of Bob Arum net-worth a great deal.

Quick Facts

Birth date: December 8, 1931
Birth place: Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States
Profession:Lawyer, Businessperson, Promoter, Actor
Education:Harvard Law School, Erasmus Hall High School, New York University
Children:Richard Arum, Elizabeth Arum, John Arum
Awards:International Boxing Hall of Fame
Movies:Orthodox Stance, J.C. Chavez, Play It to the Bone

Interesting Facts

1In promoting champions like Muhammad Ali, Roberto Durán, George Foreman, Joe Frazier, Larry Holmes, Marvelous Marvin Hagler, Alexis Arguello, Carlos Monzón, Iran Barkley, Thomas Hearns, Sugar Ray Leonard, 'Ray 'Boom Boom' Mancini', James Toney, Terry Norris, Rafael Ruelas, Gabriel Ruelas and Oscar De La Hoya, with superfights such as Hagler-Leonard, Chavez-De La Hoya, Holyfield-Foreman, Foreman-Moorer, Leonard-Hearns, Hagler-Hearns, Ali-Frazier II and both Ali-Spinks fights, he has participated in most of the top-grossing fights in boxing history. Still, he has remained low profile in a highly visible sport.
2He graduated from New York University, where he was student body president, in 1953, and cum laude from Harvard Law School in 1956.
3His rise in the 1970s culminated at the New Orleans Superdome on September 15, 1978, where he promoted a then-record-tying four world title fights (Ali-Spinks II, Victor Galindez-Mike Rossman, Danny Lopez-Juan Malvares and Jorge Lujan-Albert Davila).
4Promoted the first fight he ever attended, Muhammad Ali's title bout with George Chuvalo in March, 1966, through a company he organized, Main Bout, Inc., and also promoted Ali's fights with Henry Cooper, Brian London, Karl Mildenberger, Cleveland Williams and Ernie Terrell prior to Ali's involuntary suspension from boxing.
5He left the Justice Department in 1965 and became a partner in Louis Nizer's law firm. He met football great Jim Brown, who introduced him to Muhammad Ali.
6In 1962, he was given the assignment of securing proceeds from the Floyd Patterson - Sonny Liston heavyweight title fight, which were rumored to be heading out of the country. While handling the resulting litigation, he met many of the biggest names in boxing and immediately became fascinated by the fistic world.
7One of his proudest promotional achievements came to life on April 10, 1980 in Atlantic City, when middleweight Frank "The Animal" Fletcher decisioned Ben Serrano, and ESPN's weekly "Top Rank Boxing" series was born.
8His finest achievement in boxing came on the night of November 5, 1994, when George Foreman shocked the world by knocking out IBF/WBA champion Michael Moorer. After the dramatic knockout, an ecstatic Arum rushed into the ring to embrace the two-time world heavyweight champion.
9World champions now fighting for him include Floyd Mayweather Jr., Erik Morales, Diego Corrales, Andrew Lewis, Jose Luis Castillo, Bones Adams, Paulie Ayala, Antonio Diaz and Eric Morel.
10He has three children, John, Richard and Elizabeth, from his previous marriage.





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