Natasha Jonas is a highly talented professional boxer whose only aim is to achieve her goals. She started her career a long time ago and has successfully achieved many things in her career. She has competed in more than 80 amateur bouts and more than 10 professional bouts. She has also represented her nation on the international stage and has won Gold medals at the 2009 and 2011 EU Championship.
Hailing from the suburbs of Liverpool, England, Natasha Jonas was born on 18th June 1984. Though there is not much information about her parents she often shares pictures captured alongside her family members without revealing their details. Other than that, it is known that she has a younger sister named Nikita Parris, a professional footballer, and a brother named Liam Molloy, an MMA fighter.
The now-experienced pro boxer was initially into football. However, she decided to change her career plan and shifted towards boxing. On June 18, 2006, she made her amateur debut when she fought against Katie Stinson—she won the match. On the same day, she also fought Samantha Batty and defeated her.
Following two wins on the same day, Natasha Jonas's confidence level was high, and she continued to perform well. In her amateur career, she took part in 83 bouts and was able to win 57 of them, losing in only 26 bouts. In addition to that, she also represented her country on the international stage.
In 2009 and 2011, she was able to receive a gold medal at the EU Championship. She won the GB Championship in 2010 and ABAE Championship four times. In 2012, she became the first British boxer to fight at the Olympics. In 2012, she won a bronze medal at the AIBA Women's World Boxing Championships. Later on, she took a break for some years.
On June 23, 2017, she turned professional and made her return to the ring. On her pro boxing debut, she fought against Monika Antonik and defeated her via a TKO. Her winning run continued as she went on to defeat Bojana Libiszewska, Marianna Gulyas, Katarina Vistica, and Karina Kopinska.
On April 21, 2018, she defeated Taoussy L'Hadji and won the vacant WBA International Female Super Feather Title. On August 4, 2018, she defended the title against Viviane Obenauf. Unfortunately, she lost the bout and the championship. Despite a huge loss, she backed herself up and was able to get herself back on the winning ways.
Later, she defeated the likes of Feriche Mashauri, Bec Connolly, and Bianka Majlath. On August 7, 2020, she faced the first draw in her pro career when she fought against Terri Harper for the WBC World Female Super Feather Title and IBO World Female Super Feather Title.
Her most recent bout was on May 1, 2021, against Katie Taylor. Unfortunately, she lost the match and the chance to capture WBC World Female Light Title, WBA World Female Light Title, IBF World Female Light Title, and WBO World Female Light Title.
Natasha Jonas has certainly achieved a lot of success in her professional career. But, success is not the only thing she has earned, as she has also accumulated a healthy sum thanks to her flourishing career. So, how much is her net worth?
As per some sources, it is known that the British professional boxer has managed to accumulate a hefty net worth amounting to $18 million.
The pro boxer is possibly single as of this date. However, she has had some relationships in the past, which were unsuccessful. Although her former relationship was unsuccessful, she received the most precious gift of her life from that, her daughter.
That's right! Natasha Jonas is a proud mother of her daughter named Mela, born on December 4, 2015. Since then, she has been relishing her time with her adorable daughter. The mother-daughter duo's togetherness can also be witnessed through the boxer's Instagram handle, where she often flaunts pictures with her offspring.