Vitali Klitschko net worth and salary
How rich is Vitali Klitschko?
Vitali Klitschko is a very successful former professional boxer. He has made a remarkable figure in his boxing career Assets of an estimated 60 million euros. The prize money for the fights did not make up the largest share. Vitali Klitschko was able to market himself perfectly together with his brother Wladimir. So the Klitschko’s faces were many Advertising campaigns and could with the TV station RTL multi-million dollar contracts to lock. He fought his last fight on September 8, 2012 against Manuel Charr and defeated this with a technical knockout. At the end of 2013, Klitschko put down his WBC world championship belt.
Since then, Vitali has fully concentrated on politics in Ukraine. He is Chairman of the newly formed Udar (Ukrainian Democratic Alliance for Reforms) party and fights for integration into the West. The head of the Udar condemns the corrupt, pro-Russian leadership of the current President Yanukovych and calls for his removal + new elections. In May 2014 the new President Petro Poroshenko was elected, whom Vitali Klitschko supported in the election campaign. Vitali became the new President on May 25, 2014 Mayor of Kiev, both won the elections on the first attempt with an absolute majority.
Vitali Klitschko’s income
By founding the Klitschko Management Group GmbH (KMG) from the two brothers and the former journalist Bernt Bönte (each one has a third share) they were able to secure a larger increase in wealth. So they organized their own fights and had to not the usual 35% to promoters pull the trigger.
Additional income was secured through lucrative advertising contracts with Milchschnitte, Mercedes, Telekom, McFit, Eunova and many others.
The brothers also published their biography and filmed their careers from childhood to professional boxing, in which they play the leading roles themselves. The film, entitled “Klitschko”, was shown in German cinemas in 2011 and brought additional money to the two brothers’ box offices.
How much did Vitali Klitschko earn per boxing match?
RTL pays around 3 million euros for the TV broadcast. In addition, there are international broadcasting rights in over 100 countries and around one million euros in ticket sales. With various income from sports marketing this leaves around 5 – 7 million euros per fight.
Vitalis boxing record as a professional
- 47 fights
- 45 wins
- 41 wins by knockout
- 2 losses (2000 against Chris Bryd and 2003 against Lennox Lewis)
- WBO heavyweight champion with two title defenses
- WBC heavyweight world champion with ten title defenses
On December 16, 2013, Vitali became Klitschko WBC “Champion Emeritus” – He put down his world champion belt, which was boxed out again on May 10, 2015. The Canadian Bermane Stiverne could shech prevail against the American Chris Arreola. The younger brother definitely wants this fifth title to complete the collection of all boxing champion world championship titles.
Favorite brands from Vitali Klitschko
- Hugo Boss
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