Brock Jarvis ( Boxing ) : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Age, Education and Ranking

Brock Jarvis is an  Australia featherweight athlete trained by Jeff Fenech know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Age, Education and Ranking

Brock Jarvis ( Boxing ) : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Age, Education and Ranking
Brock Jarvis
  Bio
Name Brock Jarvis
Birthdate ( Age) 21 November 1997 ( 23 Years)
Place of Birth Australia
Nationality Australian
Marital Status  In Relationship
Spouse/Partner Kayla Fenech
Children Not Yet
Parents Dominic ( Father )
Education Not Known
Profession Boxer
Net Worth $ 500 k  - $1 Million
Last Update October 2021

Brock Jarvis is an  Australia featherweight athlete trained by Jeff Fenech, undoubtedly the best boxer of all time in Australia, being World Champion in three different weight categories as reported in the most read betting tips websites in the world.

He is currently ranked seventh in the IBF, and a win over New Zealand's Nort Beauchamp in Canberra on April 23 could see him rise to number three in the sanctioning body's 126-pound rankings. 

Early Life and Family

Brock Jarvis was Born on 21 November 1997  Brock Jarvis started boxing training  when he was 14 years old.Given the boy's skill and passion for boxing, at the age of 16, his father took Brock Jarvis to meet Jeff Fenech, a family friend since Brock's grandmother was the champion's trusted nutritionist when he was a professional boxer. From that moment, given Jarvis' skill despite his teenager physique, the former Australian boxer took the youngster under his wing.

Brock Jarvis Wife, Is Brock Jarvis Married

Jarvis has been in a five-year relationship with Kayla Fenech, an aspiring singer.After the wedding of Fenech’s son Beau in October 2015, Jarvis and Kayla walked into the home hand-in-hand confirming their romance.

Brock Jarvis  Net Worth

Brock Jarvis is an  Australia featherweight athlete  has an estimated Net Worth around $500 K - $2 Million in 2021.

Professional Career

In December 2015, at the age of 18, it was time for him to make his professional debut, which took place in Bangkok (Tha), where he won the match against Ekkawit Thongmee on points. In March 2019, in Australia, Brock Jarvis won the IBF Youth Bantamweight Belt against Philip Luis Cuerdo by KO in the first round.

Brock Jarvis could be fighting for a featherweight world title within the next 12 months if everything goes according to plan. The rising star is currently ranked seventh in the IBF, and a win over New Zealand's Nort Beauchamp in Canberra on April 23 could see him rise to number three in the sanctioning body's 126-pound rankings. 

After a year of inactivity due to the Covid 19 health emergency, Brock Jarvis returned to the ring, Dec 11, 2020  in Canberra, knocking out the unbeaten compatriot Mark Schleibs during the fifth round, winning the WBO Global and IBF Pan Pacific Beltsin the featherweights category. Jarvis’ performance was more than convincing and, despite the inactivity during the Covid 19 emergency, his star returned to shine.

"Brock continues to improve match after match even though he is still a beginner. With him we have to go one step at a time, without putting the cart before the horse. As soon as this damn pandemic is over, we will go and fight  in the United States."

Right now Brock Jarvis’ career is managed by D&L Events, founded by Dean Lonergan. Lonergan manages the “next big thing” of the heavyweights category, Justis Huni, and has great experience in the business. He organized the WBO welterweight match in Brisbane between Manny Pacquiao and Jeff Horn, in 2017.

In 2021 Aussie rising star Brock Jarvis secured a fifth-round TKO win over Alejandro Frias Rodriguez in Frenso, California.The win improves Jarvis' record to 20-0 with 18 knockouts, as well as earning him the IBF Intercontinental Lightweight title.

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