- Famous Name Lyndon Arthur
- Country United Kingdom GB
- Birth Name Lyndon Arthur
- Birth Place Manchester, England
- Famous Name Lyndon Arthur
- Nationality English
- Profession Boxer
Lydon Arthur is an English professional boxer who competes under the lightweight division. He held the Commonwealth light-heavyweight since 2019. Turned professional in 2016, he has a total of 18 fights, winning all of them, (12 via KO).
Manchester, England native, Lyndon Arthur was born on 13th June 1991, under the star sign Gemini. The thirty-eight years old holds an English nationality and is of an Afro ethnic background. He stands 6 ft 2 in (188 cm). He is the cousin of Commonwealth super-featherweight champion Zelfa Barrett and former professional boxer, Pat Barrett, who is now a trainer.
How Much Is Lyndon Arthur's Net Worth In 2021?
For a fighter who is just striving to make his impression in the boxing community, Arthur's net worth is still under review. There are certain things to be understood to best surmise the British boxer's fortune and his career earnings.
On Average boxer has been known to make $4,000 per fight to $10,000; the median or the average figure. Considering so many variations and the lack of proper payment structure, an average professional boxer, such as Arthur is assumed to make $22,000 to $37,000 per annum.
Back in August 2019, he turned down a jaw-dropping £1million offer from Canelo Alvarez to relinquish a world title shot against Sergey Kovalev.
Is Lyndon Arthur Married?
There is no confirmation if Lyndon Arthur is married or not. He has shared less to no information about his life. Scrolling through his Instagram account, he has shared a few adorable posts with a baby boy, Elellveay Van Arthur.
And when we went through Elellveay Van Arthur's IG, it was mentioned that the account was run by his mother. If Elellveay is his son then Lyndon is married. However, it's only speculation.
On 24th September 2016, Arthur made his professional debut at the Manchester Arena, Manchester against Andy Neylon. He won the fight via a four-round points decision.
On 4 November 2017, he had a disqualification (DQ) victory over Tayar Mehmed at the Bowlers Exhibition Centre in Manchester.
After amassing a record of 15–0 (12 KO), Arthur faced Emmanuel Anim for the vacant Commonwealth light-heavyweight title on 12 October 2019, at the First Direct Arena, Leeds. The fight was a unanimous decision in Arthur's favor.
On 11th April 2020, he was scheduled to face Anthony Yarde, but the COVID-19 pandemic rescheduled the fight to 5th December 2020. In the fight, he defeated Yarde via Split Decision to retain his Commonwealth light-heavyweight title and won the and win the vacant WBO Inter-Continental light-heavyweight title.
On 10th July 2021, he is scheduled to face Davide Faraci at Royal Albert Hall, London, England.
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