Can Xu is a top Chinese boxer rated as the leading featherweight champion with ESPN since 2021. He is the youngest Chinese boxer to win a gold belt in the featherweight category. He made a name and fame for himself in the boxing world when he won the WBA featherweight World Champion from 2019 – 2021. He was also nicknamed “The Monster” because of his fantastic ability.

On March 9, 1994, Xu was born in Fuzhou, east of Jiangxi province, China. Later, her parents moved to Beijing, China, to pursue higher education and education at Can Xu. His father and mother were cooks.

Quick Info 
Full NameCan Xu
Date Of Birth1994, March 9
Birth PlaceFuzhou, Jiangxi, China
Parent(s)N/A
OccupationBoxer
Age27 Years Old
Body Measurement
Height5 ft 9 in
WeightN/A
NationalityChinese
Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBlack
Zodiac SignN/A
EthnicityN/A
Martial StatusN/A
Wife(s)/Partner(s)N/A
ChildrenN/A
Net Worth1.5 million

Can Xu Early Life

born On March 9, 1994, Xu is a Chinese professional boxer who holds the WBA (Regular) featherweight title from 2019 to 2021. This young Chinese boxer does not belong to a famous family. Canan’s early life and that of his parents are all under the radar. Xu finished school in China, but in his third year, he dropped out of high school.

His primary source of encouragement for joining Boxing is his father. Although Xu Can do not appear in boxing history, his father is very interested in Boxing. So, after finishing school, he joined Zhongwei, a boxing club based in Kunming, Yunnan.

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Can Xu Career

Xu became a champion in 2013. His first 14 battles were finally decided, and he won 12 of them. In his 15th fight on the date October 3, 2017, he recorded his first standing victory against former WBA (Regular) champion Nehomar Cermeño, winning by retiring in the seventh corner. This success saw Xu take the vacant WBA International featherweight title. On January 26, 2019, Xu successfully defeated former WBA interim champion Jesús Rojas unanimously by 118-110, 117-111, 116-112, to win the title of WBA (Regular) featherweight.

 

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Excited, Xu offered his nation a victory: “My power came from China. It was because of my country.” The battle was notable for its high performance, with both men throwing more than 1,200 fists each night. Xu won two successful title defenses before the end of 2019, defeating Shun Kubo in the sixth round on May 26 and Manny Robles III in unanimous agreement, by a majority of 120-108, 119-109, 118-110, on November 23. The talks were held in 2020 and early 2021 to get Xu to defend his third title against then-IBF champion Josh Warrington.

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However, the war was postponed due to disagreements on both sides: Xu wanted supporters present in the war, and Warrington refused to leave the United Kingdom to fight on Chinese soil. Furthermore, the chances of Xu’s fight with Warrington were significantly reduced when Warrington relinquished his IBF title and lost to Mauricio Lara. The latter was not announced in February 2021, when Lara ousted him in a defeat.

On July 6, 2021, it was informed that Xu would be defending his WBA (Ordinary) title against British featherweight champion Leigh Wood in Brentwood, England, on July 31 as part of Matchroom’s Fight Camp. Although he was a favorite of 350, Xu was sent to the box during the war and was defeated angrily by a twelfth knockout.

 

Can Xu Personal Life

Unlike many celebrities, Xu Can seems to move his private life away from public and media access. However, he is available on social media and posts with his training photos and videos most of the time. It seems that the boxer is enjoying his life alone and that he should be focused on his job and not on his love life. Or maybe, he chooses his love life behind the camera.

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Can Xu Net worth

According to sources, the estimated value of Xu Can is $ 1.5 million. The Chinese boxer has amassed great wealth in Boxing and other contracts and bonuses. Xu Can is guaranteed to win £ 500,000 in one battle, including sponsorship, promotions, and TV revenue in his latest fight with Leigh Wood. Although Xu Can is very rich, it seems he does not like to turn his wealth into social media. But, indeed, the market value of the Chinese monarch is rising as brands and sponsors are attracted to him.

 

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Can Xu Socials

Xu has an account on Instagram where he posts about his training and his matches photos. He has around 6.5k followers and 52 posts on his Instagram(xucan_monster). He is also available on Twitter, where he has around 1300 followers and tweets about his career posts. He likes to update his career life through media but keeps his personal life away from it.

 

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