Roberto Duran Net Worth

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Roberto Duran net worth: Roberto Duran is a retired Panamanian fighter who has a net worth of $3 million dollars. Roberto Duran, also called Roberto Carlos Duran Samaniego, was born in Guarare, Panama, and grew up in El Chorillo, Panama. He started fighting in the Lightweight division and he won all but one of his fights in the Lightweight degree, a 70-1 record. He moved up to the Super Middleweight degree in 1990, but by 1994, he was slowing down. He retired in 2001 after recuperating from an automobile crash in Argentina that nearly cost him his life. Within the span of his career, he fought 119 fights and won 104 of them. He’s also a musician and licensed ultralight pilot. Duran allegedly blew out through more than $20 million during the pinnacle of his career on a lavish lifestyle.

Quick Facts

Birth date: 16th June 1951
Birth place: El Chorrillo, Panama
Height:1.7 m
Weight:Lightweight, Light Middleweight division
Profession:Panamanian former professional boxer
Education:Neco de La Guardia gymnasium
Children:Dalia Durán, Robin Durán, Roberto Duran, Irichelle Durán, Víctor Durán, Giovana Durán
Parents:Margarito Durán Sanchez, Clara Samaniego
Siblings:Domingo Samaniego, Armando Durán
Awards:WBC Welterweight Champion, World Boxing Hall of Fame, International Boxing Hall of Fame
Movies:“Los Puños De Una Nación ” (The Fists Of A Nation), “Hands Of Stone” › Boxersá

Interesting Facts

1In his second fight with Sugar Ray Leonard, he was taking a huge beating for several rounds before he famously turned his back on Leonard and said "No mas, no mas", translated as "No more, no more". He later claimed this was due to a bad upset stomach.
2Former Titles: NBA Super Middleweight Title
3Pro Record: 104-16-0 (69)
4WBA Lightweight Champion
5WBC Lightweight Champion and the
6WBC Welterweight Champion
7WBA Junior Middleweight Champion
8WBC Middleweight Champion




Grampa1996Grampa friend
Harlem Nights1989Roberto
Miami Vice1986TV SeriesJesus Moroto
Rocky II1979Fighter (as Roberto Duran)
Dejame que te cuente1971TV Series



I Am Duran2017Documentary filmingHimself
Dangerous Grounds2015TV SeriesHimself
30 for 302013TV Series documentaryHimself
ESPN Friday Night Fights2011TV SeriesHimself - Audience Member
HBO Boxing1982-2010TV Series documentaryHimself - Audience Member / Himself
Videomatch1997TV SeriesHimself
ESPN Top Rank Boxing1996TV SeriesHimself
Living Single1995TV SeriesHimself
Roberto Duran vs. Vinny Pazienza1995TV MovieHimself
Tuesday Night Fights1993TV SeriesHimself
The Panama Deception1992DocumentaryHimself (as Roberto Duran)
ABC's Wide World of Sports1972TV SeriesHimself

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Archive Footage

HBO Boxing After Dark2011TV SeriesHimself
Bud Greenspan's Reflections2004TV Series documentaryHimself
In This Corner... Boxing's Little Giants1992TV MovieHimself
Miami Vice1988TV SeriesJesus Moroto

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