How Andre Berto’s net worth was built
At a young age, Berto’s father introduced him to the boxing ring. As an amateur boxer, he quickly gained popularity after winning a bronze medal at the World Amateur Championships in 2003. He also won two world welterweight championships.
Berto started his professional boxing career in December 2004, when he gained a third-round technical knockout against Michael Robinson.
In June 2008, Berto fought Miguel Angel Rodriguez for the 147-pound title and got his first shot at a world championship. Retaining his title as a world champion, Berto won 12-round undisputed decisions against fighters Steve Forbes, Luis Collazo, and Juan Urango.
Other notable fights that helped propel his career in the ring were bouts with Victor Ortiz and Jan Zaveck in 2011.
After achieving much success and fame from boxing, Andre Berto’s net worth is $12 million as of May 2017, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
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- Born: 1983
- Birthplace: Miami, Florida
What he’s up to now
After losing a fight against Floyd Mayweather in 2015, Berto avenged his 2011 loss to Victor Ortiz with a fourth-round knockout in April 2016.
His most recent fight, in April 2017 against Shawn Porter, was a loss.
Berto has won 31 out of a total of 36 professional bouts. He continues to train in Winter Haven, Florida.
Berto is a two-time National Golden Gloves champion and a three-time medalist in the U.S. Amateur Championship. He also has two wins in the National PAL championship.
After winning a bronze medal at the 2003 World Amateur Championships, he won 22 state titles in Florida. As a top-ranked American, Berto appeared in the 2004 Olympics for the 152-pound division.
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