Ray Mancini Net Worth

Ray Mancini Net Worth is
$5 Million

Ray Mancini Biography

A global known Boxing, Sports activities personality Raymond Michael Mancini born in Saturday, March 04, 1961 in great city of Youngstown, Ohio. Ray Mancini net worthy of according to 2015 stats is certainly $5,000,000. Lenny Mancini’s dream, nevertheless, was dashed when he was wounded during Globe Battle II. He was created Raymond Michael Mancini on March 4, 1961 in Youngstown, Ohio, USA to a family group of prominent boxers. His dad, Lenny Mancini, was a top-ranked contender through the 1940s, and offered as Ray’s motivation. Mancini started his professional boxing profession in 1979, getting the interest of executives from different American tv networks along with his whirlwind punching design. This resulted in him learning to be a regular on the various sports applications. He defeated several top-rated boxers, such as for example Norman Goins and Jose Luis Ramirez. In 1981, Ray Mancini fought Alexis Arguello for the WBC Light-weight Championship, but finished up defeated. After seven a few months of schooling, he fulfilled his fantasy and won the name with a success against Arturo Frias. Nicknamed “Boom Boom,” he’s best known to be the Globe Boxing Association light-weight champion between 1982 and 1984. He kept the World Boxing Association light-weight championship from 1982 to 1984. He experienced from psychological trauma with Kim’s loss of life and lost his name in his fight Livingstone Bramble in 1984. He also dropped in a rematch after a close decision in 1985 which resulted in his pension. Boom Boom Mancini arrived of pension but he dropped in a controversial fight Hector Camacho in 1989 and a convincing reduction to Greg Haugen in 1992. $5 Million: Ray ‘Boom Boom’ Mancini (born Raymond Michael Mancini; This is the time when Mancini defeated superb boxers like Norman Goins and Jose Luis Ramirez. Mancini visited become and actor and maker. His perhaps most obviously projects included THE NICE Son: THE LIFE SPAN of Ray Boom Boom Mancini, Change of Faith, Body and Soul. Ray Mancini Net Well worth: Ray Mancini is usually a retired American boxer who includes a net well worth of $5 million. Born Raymond Michael Mancino on March 4, 1961, in Youngstown, Ohio, he’s widely known for keeping the Globe Boxing Association light-weight championship from 1982 to 1984. The child of veteran boxer Lenny “Boom Boom” Mancini, Ray adopted in his father’s footsteps having inherited his athletic skill, and also his unique nickname. Ray Mancini jumped to the professional ranks in 1979, after taking pleasure in a stellar amateur profession. Actually, it had been his whirlwind punching design that captured the interest of network executives at many American television systems that subsequently allow him turn into a regular on the sports development. He made an archive of 29 wins and five losses with 23 knockouts. Boxing performed a prominent part in the Mancini genealogy. Although Lenny Mancini came back to boxing, limitations caused by his injuries avoided him from fulfilling his potential. It required him seven weeks to fulfill his desire, winning the name for both himself and his dad in a bout against Arturo Frias. Mancini inherited his unique nickname from his dad, veteran boxer Lenny ‘Boom Boom’ Mancini, who laid the building blocks for his son’s profession. Still dealing with the psychological trauma of Kim’s loss of life, Mancini lost his name in a 1984 struggle with Livingstone Bramble in Buffalo, NY. After he dropped a rematch against Bramble with a close decision in 1985, Mancini made a decision to retire. But “Boom Boom” could possibly be seen two even more times in the band, first dropping controversially to Hector Camacho in 1989 (L12), and even more convincingly to Greg Haugen in 1992 (KO by 7). His reduction to Haugen was the main one to seal his boxing profession for good. Leaving an archive of 29–5, with 23 knockouts, Ray continued to surface in and create a handful of movies in his post-boxing times. He finally remaining boxing for good immediately after. Mancini’s dad, Lenny Mancini (the initial ‘Boom Boom’), was a top-ranked contender through the 1940s. His wins included a fierce knockout against Duk-Koo Kim who passed away after. Mancini effectively defended the WBA light-weight crown four occasions, including a fierce knockout over Duk-Koo Kim and Kim died. Mancini is definitely section of the 2015 course for the International Boxing Hall of Fame. Mancini, an Italian American, was created Raymond Michael Mancini in Youngstown, Ohio on March 4, 1961. He produced his first world name attempt against WBC Light-weight Champion Alexis Arguello in 1981. March 4, 1961) is certainly a retired American boxer. Retired American boxer Ray Mancini comes with an estimated net worthy of of $5 million. After an excellent work, Mancini succumbed to Arguello in the 14th round, but he hardly ever abandoned his quest to become champion.

Quick Facts

Full NameRay Mancini
Net Worth$5 Million
Date Of BirthMarch 4, 1961
Height1.64 m
Weight64 kg
ProfessionFilm producer, Professional Boxer, Actor, Businessperson
SpouseTina Rozzi
ParentsLenny Mancini
SiblingsLenny Mancini Jr.

Interesting Facts

1 Inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 2015.
2 As a result of Mancini's fight with Duk-Koo Kim, which resulted in Kim's death, all title fights were shortened from fifteen to twelve rounds.
3 Owns the El Campeon Cigar Company.
4 Honorary Board of Directors Member of the Retired Boxers Foundation.
5 Honorary Board Member of the National Veterans Foundation.
6 Warren Zevon wrote the song, "Boom Boom Mancini", about Mancini, featured on Zevon's album, "Sentimental Hygiene".
7 16 Feb 1985: Lost bid to regain the WBA title from Livingstone Bramble.
8 1 Jun 1984: Lost the WBA title to Livingstone Bramble.
9 13 Nov 1982: Retained the WBA title in a nationally-televised match at Ceasar's Palace in Las Vegas against Korean Duk-Koo Kim, a fight so brutal, Kim slipped into a coma after Mancini knocked him out, and died four days later. As an eerie foreshadow of things to come, Kim wrote "kill or be killed" at his hotel room prior to the bout.
10 8 May 1982: Won the World Boxing Association (WBA) Lightweight Title from Art Frias.
11 16 May 1981: Won the North American Boxing Federation (NABF) Lightweight Title from Jorge Morales.
12 Pro Record: 29-5 (23 K.O's)
13 A Junior Olympian.
14 Father, Lenny Mancini, was a lightweight contender in the 1940s, who also earned the nickname, "Boom Boom".
15 Boxer


1 [Talking about his fight with Duk-Koo Kim]: I wish I could say it was a classic moment but it wasn't in my eyes because Kim died and after his death I simply lost all passion for the sport. I really did. It was eerie because Kim had taped to his door a sign that read: Kill or Be Killed. I just brought closure to that situation last year (May, 2002). I visited Korea to support a film about the life of Du Koo Kim. I was apprehensive, to be honest, but I couldn't believe what happened. The Koreans treated me like a national hero. They treated me with love and respect. You see, in their eyes, Du Koo Kim died a warrior, a hero. He died honorably for something he believed in, something he defended. I was able to explain my situation and my feelings. There was no animosity toward me, what-so-ever. It was rewarding because my kids are taunted sometimes by their classmates' parents.
2 [Talking about Duk-Koo Kim]: The rest of my life, I'm not just Ray Mancini, I'm Ray Mancini, the guy who killed Duk Koo Kim. You never escape that. You wonder what it would have been like for the both of us if I had quit or if he had quit and this hadn't happened.I have done a lot of praying, a lot of thinking. I'm never really going to know why it happened. No one will. He was a tough kid. Too tough, really. Too tough.
3 [Talking about Duk-Koo Kim]: He died once, and I felt I was dying every day, when you're a fighter, you develop a respect for your opponent and I had all the respect in the world for this guy. I just wanted to win the fight. I never wanted to see him hurt. It was devastating.




Tarantula 2016 pre-production Cory
Bad Frank 2015 pre-production Charlie Pierce
Gloves Off 2014 TV Series
The Roots of Fight 2012-2013 TV Series
The Nail: The Story of Joey Nardone 2009 KC
Redbelt 2008 George (as Ray Mancini)
Chooch 2003 Ball Player
Turn of Faith 2002 Joey (as Ray Mancini)
Body and Soul 2000 Charlie Davis
The Girl Gets Moe 1997 Zeto
Opposite Corners 1997
The Mouse 1996 Larry
Bullet 1996 Gates
Fatal Choice 1995 Provie (as Ray Mancini)
The Search for One-eye Jimmy 1994 Lefty (as Ray Mancini)
Deadly Bet 1992 Charlie (as Ray Mancini)
Aces: Iron Eagle III 1992 Chico (as Ray Mancini)
Timebomb 1991 Mr. Black (as Ray Mancini)
The New Adam-12 1991 TV Series Ruiz
Wishful Thinking 1990/I Jake (as Ray Mancini)
Monsters 1990 TV Series
Backstreet Dreams 1990 Aldo
The Dirty Dozen: The Fatal Mission 1988 TV Movie Tom Ricketts (as Ray Mancini)
New Monkees 1987 TV Series
Oceans of Fire 1986 TV Movie Romano
Who's the Boss? 1985-1986 TV Series Joey Rossini
Amazing Stories 1986 TV Series Irish
Heart of a Champion: The Ray Mancini Story 1985 TV Movie Man walking on street (uncredited)
Mutants in Paradise 1984 Boxing Trainer


Titletown Documentary producer pre-production
Operation Resurrection 2013 Documentary executive producer
The Good Son: The Life of Ray Boom Boom Mancini 2013 Documentary producer
Youngstown: Still Standing 2010 Documentary producer
Turn of Faith 2002 producer
Body and Soul 2000 producer - as Ray Mancini


Traficant: The Congressman of Crimetown 2015 Documentary completed
Titletown Documentary pre-production Himself
Safest Place on Earth 2015 Documentary Himself
El Boxeo 2013 Documentary Himself
Operation Resurrection 2013 Documentary Himself
The Fight That Changed Boxing Forever 2013 Documentary short Himself - WBA Lightweight World Champion 1982-1984
Good Day L.A. 2013 TV Series Himself
Fox and Friends 2013 TV Series Himself
The Good Son: The Life of Ray Boom Boom Mancini 2013 Documentary Himself
Ali 70 from Las Vegas 2012 TV Movie Himself
I Am Bruce Lee 2012 TV Movie documentary Himself
AKA Private 2011 Documentary Himself
Youngstown: Still Standing 2010 Documentary Himself
Inside MMA 2008 TV Series Guest
Up Close with Carrie Keagan 2008 TV Series Himself
Triumph and Tragedy: The Ray Mancini Story 2007 TV Movie documentary Himself
The Top 5 Reasons You Can't Blame... 2006 TV Series Himself
Quite Frankly with Stephen A. Smith 2006 TV Series Himself
The Distance 2005 Documentary World champion
ESPN SportsCentury 2002-2004 TV Series documentary Himself
Naked Movie 2002 Himself
Celebrity Boxing 2 2002 TV Special Himself
Celebrity Boxing 2002 TV Special Himself
The Test 2001 TV Series Himself - Panelist
Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place 1999 TV Series Himself
Howard Stern 1996 TV Series Himself
WBO Jr. Lightweight Championship: Hector Camacho vs. Vinny Pazienza 1990 Himself - Ringside Commentator
The Arsenio Hall Show 1989 TV Series Himself
Tuesday Night Fights 1989 TV Series Himself
Celebrity Secrets 1988 TV Movie Himself
Star's Table 1986 TV Series Himself
HBO Boxing 1985 TV Series documentary Himself
Larry Holmes v. Marvis Frazier 1983 TV Movie Himself
ESPN Top Rank Boxing 1981 TV Series Himself

Archive Footage

HBO Boxing After Dark 2011 TV Series Himself
ESPN Friday Night Fights 2010 TV Series Himself
Rome Is Burning 2007 TV Series Himself

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