Carl Frampton net worth: How much is the Irishman worth and what is his source of revenue?

Carl Frampton is a professional boxer from Northern Ireland who competes in the featherweight division. He was the first Irish boxer to win belts in two weight classes namely super-bantamweight and WBA featherweight.

Carl is also known as ‘The Jackal.’ He is presently ranked seventh in ESPN’s featherweight rankings. Frampton’s net worth is estimated to be at $2 million (approx).

Source: Evening Standard

Frampton began boxing at the age of 11 and has had a successful amateur career. Before entering professional boxing, he had a record of 144 victories.

The Irishman earned his first title in 2014 after he defeated Kiko Martinez and won the IBF super-bantamweight belt.

In 2016, he defeated Scoot Quigg to win the WBA super-bantamweight belt. In the same year, he was also granted an MBE, one of the most significant honours in his life (Member of the order of British Empire).

Net worth

According to The Net Worth Portal, Carl Frampton’s net worth in 2021 is expected to be $2 million (until now). He makes a whopping $1.5 million every fight.

As an amateur, he earned a silver medal in the EU Championships in 2007. Frampton had won all 22 of his fights as of February 2016. He mentioned that he aspires to become a sporting legend in Ireland and leave a legacy. But he is already a legend in his community.


In 2013, he married Christine Frampton. The couple has two daughters named Carla Frampton and Rossa Frampton. In 2015, the couple sold their opulent Banbridge home for £525,000 as they wanted to be closer to Christine’s relatives in Belfast. With his net fortune, finding new real estate was a breeze.


Because of his enormous popularity, the Irish boxer is a brand ambassador for 32Red and 11 Degrees apparel. He is sponsored by Everlast which is a world-renowned boxing glove business.

The Irish recently faced American Jamel Herring. He was defeated by Herring and his dreams of becoming a legend came to an end. He announced his retirement from the sport after losing to Herring.

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