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Ann Wolfe Net Worth, Biography & Wiki 2017
Ann Wolfe was born on 17 January 1971, in Austin, Texas USA, and is a boxer, best known for simultaneously holding world titles in three weight classes, and so is considered by many as one of the best fighters in women’s boxing. All of her efforts have helped put her net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Ann Wolfe? As of early-2017, sources estimate a net worth that is at $3 million, mostly earned through a successful career in boxing. She also serves as a coach and personal trainer of several professional boxers, and is known to work with high ranking junior-middleweight boxer, James Kirkland. As she continues her career, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Ann Wolfe Net Worth $3 million
Wolfe earned a 3-1 amateur boxing record and would then join the 1998 US National Championship. During the quarter finals, she defeated Tami Hendrickson and would then defeat Shanie Keelean just 46 seconds into the first round. In the semifinal, she lost against La’Klea Coffen due to disqualification.
Soon after, Ann would make her professional boxing debut against Brenda Lee Bell, which she won via decision, and would then win her next three fights. She then lost against future world champion Valerie Mahfood, but would later build up to compete for the IFBA Jr. Middleweight title, fighting against Vienna Williams, winning through a ten round decision. She then fought against Gina Nicholas and won via knockout to earn the WIBA Light Middleweight title which was previously vacated. Afterwards, she would defeat Shirvelle Williams in a non-title match.
Wolfe then fought for the vacant IFBA World Super Middleweight title against Marsha Valley, winning by knockout after six rounds, and the two would fight again for the vacant WIBC version of the title, with the same result but in round 10. She then set her eyes on revenge against Valerie Mahood for the NABA World Super Middleweight Championship, and would win the match in a 10 round decision. In 2004, she would emulate Henry Armstrong’s record of three world titles in three different weight classes, by defeating the previously undefeated champion Vonda Ward for the IBA World Light Heavyweight Championship, via a first round knockout; it was called the best knockout punch in a women’s boxing match, with Ward rushed to hospital but recovering.
The two would have a rematch which Ann would win, and the following year she would defeat Monica Nunez. She also defeated Valerie Mahfood one more time during the middle of the year. In 2006, after defeating Cassandra Giger and Lisa Ested and compiling a record of 24-1, she announced that she was finished with boxing, having decided to focus on a career as a trainer. In the next few years, she would train many amateur and professional boxers, including her daughter Jennifer Fenn.
For her personal life, it is known that she has a daughter who has pursued boxing. However, the rest of her private life remains just that.