About Amir Khan
So in this article we are going to talk about Amir Khan net worth. Although those of you who are not particularly interested in boxing may not recognize his face, Amir is really good at what he is doing and I guess this explains why he already has capital and assets worth $23 million. The boxer is 27 years old at the moment, so basically he might be just a few successful fights or profitable endorsements away from having a million for each year he has been on this planet. And how Amir became so rich? We will tackle this question a little bit latter, but for starters, let’s see where he came from.
The future boxing champion was raised in a simple British – Pakistani family in Bolton, England and it was hard to imagine that one day Amir Khan net worth will amount to millions of dollars. The boy was raised as a Muslim and after graduating from high school entered community college. Back than it was already clear that the boy has a talent for boxing and his friends, as well as family, supported his choice to become a professional athlete. By the way, Amir was not the only boy in the family to engage in boxing. His younger brother, Harroon Khan, has trained in this field too. In fact, Harroon might grow to be just as successful as his brother. So far he has been in only 4 professional fights, but has won all of them, which seems quite promising to me. Of course, there will have to be a while until Haroon’s fortune will get anywhere close to Amir Khan net worth, but I think he is on a right path to becoming a millionaire just like his older brother. One more interesting fact – Amir and Harroon are not the only successful athletes in the family: Sajid Mahmood, the famous English cricketer, is their cousin.
Amir Khan net worth started to grow in the early 2000s when he won a several important accolades, including a gold medal at the AAU Junior Olympic Games, gold medal at the European Student Championships, the World Junior Championships, Strandja Cup to qualify for the Olympics in Athens and silver medal at the Olympics, (Marios Kaperonis, Dimitar Stilianov, Jong Sub Baik, Serik Yeleuov – Amir proved to be better than all of them; however in the finals he lost to Mario Kindelan, who came home with a golden medal that year). Although back then Amir was still just in his early twenties, during those couple of years he has managed to establish himself as one of the most talented, as well as skilled, boxers in the world (at least in his weight category). Amir Khan net worth has not stopped growing ever since!