Who is Karl Dargan and what is his net worth 2019? Karl Dargan is an American boxer who is famous for winning the Gold medal at the Pan Am games in Men’s Light Welterweight. When he failed to qualify for the 2008 Olympics, he gave up on his career as an amateur, and turned professional. Naazim Richardson helped him built his career. Karl Dargan began his boxing career in 1992 and holds NABF Junior Lightweight & USBA Atlantic Coast Region Lightweight titles.
Karl Dargan also known as Karl “Dynamite” Dargan was born in Philadelphia on June 17, 1985. He comes from a family of boxers, who has a brother & three cousins who has fought before. With Naazim Richardson by his side, Karl Dargan rose through the amateur ranks rapidly. Dargan grew up in a gym watching Richardson train future legends like “Sugar” Shane Moseley and Bernard “The Alien” Hopkins. Spending time up around legends like Hopkins, Dynamite acquired knowledge of firsthand what it takes to have a long & successful career.
In 2014, he married Cynthia Karen Loving, best known as Lil’ Mo, is an American R&B singer, radio personality, songwriter, and record producer. The Couple who referred themselves as “The Dynamo Show” had a baby boy in 2015. But the couple’s marriage was in jeopardy, when Karl Dargan Cheated on his wife with an unknown woman, who was pregnant at that time, and the texts on his mobile phone also revealed that he might be gay. Even after all this marital problems, Dynamite & Lil’ Mo are still going strong together.
Karl Dargan began his boxing career in 1992 and has won many medals for the same. Dargan rose through the amateur ranks swiftly. He won U.S. amateur championships in 2004 and 2005 and a gold medal at the U.S. championships in ’06. He made his pro debut in 2007 and was 17-1. In January 2015, Tony Luis won via unanimous decision and handed Dynamite his first career defeat. Dargan acknowledged some frustration about his game against Tony Luis, but overall he was happy with his pro career.
In his pro career, Dynamite was an unblemished 17-0, until on 31 January 2015, Tony Luis made it 17-1 by beating him at Foxwoods Resorts & Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut. Also, in his amateur career he was very successful and won many medals & made several crucial contribution for his country.
He won Gold medals at the 2001 Police Athletic League (PAL) championships at 125 lbs, 2002 US Under-19 championships at 132 lbs, 2002 American Boxing Classics tournament at 132 lbs, 2005 US championships at 64 kg, 2006 US championships at 64 kg, 2006 US Blue & Gold tournament at 64 kg, 2006 6 Nations tournament in Italy at 64 kg. At the 2002 National Golden Gloves (NGG) at 132 lbs, he won Silver medal.
He also grabbed Bronze medal at the 2003 US championships at 132 lbs and 2006 PAL championships at 64 kg. Dynamite also made a contribution for his country at the 2005 World Cup at 64 kg.
Net Worth of Karl Dargan
Karl “Dynamite” Dargan as an amateur boxer helped his country win many medals & also was very successful in his professional career earning a very lucrative amount of money. Karl Dragan’s net worth is estimated to be in the range of $350 million. The estimated net worth includes stocks, properties and luxury goods including cars, yachts and private airplanes.
Karl “Dynamite” Dargan had a successful career in boxing, both as an amateur & as a pro. He was lucky enough to have a support of Naazim Richardson, a family member, who helped him built his career. He won U.S. amateur championships in 2004 and 2005 and a gold medal at the U.S. championships in ’06 and also won Gold medal at the Pan Am games in Men’s Light Welterweight in 2007.