Mary Ann Almager is a 53-years-old American Athlete from the U.S. her estimated net worth is $1 Million to $5 Million Approx. Jump into read her life Facts, Wikipedia and biographies Details
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On May 5, 2000, Almager returned to the winning column by taking on Suzette Taylor, 10-2-1, at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas and defeating Taylor by a six-round split decision. But then she faced Valerie Mahfood for the vacant IWBF’s Super Middleweight title on August 10 at the Astro Hall in Houston, losing to Mahfood by a fifth-round technical knockout.
Mary Ann Almager then fought Laila Ali at the Louisville Gardens in Louisville, Kentucky, losing to the undefeated (13-0) star by a fourth-round technical knockout, February 14, 2003. On August 22, she fought another undefeated foe, 10-0-2 Nikki Eplion, losing an eight-round unanimous decision to Eplion.
On September 10, 2004, Almager fought what was both her last world title try and her last fight as a professional women’s boxer, when she challenged Jacqui Frazier-Lyde for the vacant UBA’s women’s world Heavyweight title. Despite putting in a hard effort and flooring Frazier–Lyde twice for the only times in Frazier-Lyde’s career, Almager was deemed the loser by a ten-round unanimous decision, retiring soon after. It was also Frazier-Lyde’s last fight.
Almager’s next fight was also a rematch, as on June 14, 2002, she and Mahfood had a return fight; this time at the Civic Center in Beaumont, Texas. Mahfood once again defeated Almager, but this time only by a close, eight round split decision. On August 8, 2002, Almager boxed Dakota Stone, 5-1-2, at the Ector County Coliseum in Odessa, Texas, winning an eight-round unanimous decision in what would turn out to be her last win as a professional boxer.
Almager then proceeded to face Trina Ortegon twice, meeting the 9-2 fighter at the Sky City Casino in Acoma, New Mexico, April 20, 2001, and winning by decision in ten rounds to win her second world title, the Women’s International Boxing Association’s Middleweight championship, and then facing her in a rematch on August 17, at the same site, and defending the title. In their rematch, Almager retained the title by ninth-round technical knockout.
Almager took almost two years off boxing once she regained her title; on her next fight, she met an up-and-coming Ann Wolfe in a non-title affair, on February 11, 2000, at Kenner, Louisiana. Wolfe handled Almager by first-round knockout.
Despite that defeat, she was given a shot at recovering her WIBF world Super Welterweight title three months later, and on August 21, 1998, Almager regained the title by knocking out 8-1 Gina Nicholas in the second round at Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Almager returned to action on August 16, 1997, facing Sherrie Painter in Ruidoso. Almager won this fight by a first-round knockout. On March 23, 1998, she fought Lucia Rijker at the Foxwoods Resort in Ledyard, Connecticut, losing by a first-round knockout.
She then faced Gina Guidi in a non-title affair, March 23, 1996, beating the until then undefeated (3-0) Guidi by a six-round split decision. On July 27, 1996 at El Paso, Texas, Almager had the first of two mismatches in a row, facing 0-2 Jackie Rodgers and winning by second-round technical knockout. She then faced 0-1 Sharon Taylor on September 16, at Arizona Charlie’s in Las Vegas, beating Taylor by a first-round knockout.
Then, on November 9 of the same year (1996), she had her first, and ultimately only, fight abroad as a professional, when she opposed Valerie Henin-Wiet at the Tokyo Bay NK Hall in Tokyo, Japan. Henin had previously been a world champion kick-boxer but was making her professional debut. Despite Almager’s experience advantage, Henin defeated Almager by a ninth-round knockout, giving her her first professional loss. Henin would later retire undefeated in three fights.
On April 20, 1995, again at the Aladdin Hotel and Casino, she faced Deirdre Nelson, who was making her professional women’s boxing debut that same night, for the WIBF’s vacant world Super Welterweight title. Almager became a world champion by knocking Nelson out in two rounds.
A rematch with Risoy followed, on April 2, 1994 at the Aladdin Hotel in Las Vegas. This time, Almager imposed over Risoy by a third-round knockout. Then, she faced future world champion, Ireland’s Deirdre Gogarty, on July 22, also at the Aladdin. Almager won a six-round unanimous decision.
On February 5, 1993, 24-year-old Almager made her professional boxing debut by defeating Angela Adger by a fourth-round technical knockout at Dallas, Texas. She then made her Las Vegas boxing debut when she faced 3-0-1 Helga Risoy at the Silver Nugget hotel exactly one year and four days after her first fight, on February 9, 1994. She scored a first-round knockout over the previously undefeated Risoy.
Mary Ann Almager (born December 5, 1968) is an American former professional female boxer. Born in Seminole, Texas, she is a resident of Ruidoso, New Mexico. Her nickname is “Gorgeous”.
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|Real Name||Mary Ann Almager|
Age, Birthdate, Religion, and BirthPlace
|Age (2021)||53 Years|
|Date Of Birth||December 5, 1968|
|Food Habits||Not Available|
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In Meter: not available
In Feet: not available
In Pound: not available
Mary Ann Almager Personal Life, Spouse, Husband
Mary Ann Almager Net Worth
The Mary Ann Almager Estimated Net worth is $80K – USD $85k.
|Monthly Income/Salary (approx.)||$80K – $85k USD|
|Net Worth (approx.)||$4 million- $6 million USD|
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