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Joshua Temple is a professional boxer who began his career as an amateur fighter in the United States. At the 2014 USA National Championships Boxing, Temple won the heavyweight title. He competed as a heavyweight at the 2015 AIBA World Boxing Championships, winning his first match but losing his second.

Joshua Temple was born on 12 October 1992. He is 191cm tall. His coach is AL Mitchell. He lives in St. Louis, Missouri. He also plays other sports. Mostly, he likes to play football, baseball, and karate. He began playing Boxing in 2002.

Quick Info
NameJoshua Temple
Date of Birth12 October 1992
Place of BirthSaint Louis, Missouri
Zodiac signLibra
Social MediaFacebook, Twitter
Height6′ 3″ / 191cm
ResidenceSaint Louis, Missouri, USA

American very gifted star Joshua Temple, who had an amazing amateur career, won the US National Championship of Boxing 2014 in a heavyweight title. Temple opted to become an advocate and has so far achieved some impressive victories.

Joshua Temple is the biggest one, built to prove its strength in the class Cruiserweight and as it grows and develops, it is certain that it will only be stronger and better. Joshua is 25 years old and certainly does not need to hurry on his side, but as it is obvious that he has so much skill for boxing, it is regrettable for him to waste too much time to go into class and take on some tougher dangers.

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The Ali Bin Hamad Arena in Doha saw some spectacular action in the first session of the 2015 AIBA World Championships. Joshua Temple, an American heavyweight, gave the spectators plenty to cheer about, giving them a taste of what to expect from the next 10 days of elite combat. In the second round, the American Joshua Temple launched its campaign with a serious declaration, twice before the contest was ended at the end of the first round, flooring Pakistan’s Mehmood Husan.


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Past Results

In 2012, USA National PAL Championships were held. He won 1st place in that tournament. He won against Christopher Campa (USA) at 17:14 in the final. Likewise, Joshua Temple had won against Alberto Fundora (USA) 18:8 in the semi-final.

USA National Golden Gloves Tournament was held in 2013. Joshua Temple reserved 2nd place. He had won against Donald Cobb Jr. (USA) by points in the quarter-final. Also, he had won against Adrian Taylor (USA) by points in the first preliminary round.

Another tournament was also held in 2013. That is USA National Championships. There also, he got 2nd place. In the final, he lost to Michael Hilton (USA) 2:1. But he had won against Javonta Charles (USA) 3:0 in the semi-final.

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In 2014, the USA National WSB Trials take place. Joshua Temple was placed 1st place at the end of the tournament. He won  2:1 in the final vs Adrian Taylor (USA). He had defeated Hakim Lopez (USA)  in the first round of the semi-final.
Also, he won the 2014 USA National Championships. Won 2:1 in the final against Sardius Simmons (USA); 3:0 in the semi-final against Earl Newman Jr. (USA); TKO 1st round in the quarter-final against Vardas Khachatryan (USA).

In the first preliminary round of 2015, he defeated Alvaro Mendoza (NCA) via TKO in the first round. He won the World Series of Boxing Season 2015 3rd Round. He had won against  Alfonso Flores (VEN). Joshua Temple also Won against Brian Nahuel Suarez in the first round of the 2015 World Series of Boxing (ARG) WO.


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Relationship status

We don’t have much information about His past relationship and any previous engagement. According to our Database, He has no children.

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Net worth and social Media

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. Joshua Temple’s income source is mostly from being a successful Boxer. We have estimated Joshua Temple’s net worth to be around $1 Million – $5 Million, in 2021.

He is also active in social media. He uses Facebook and Twitter to share his details. His Twitter account is @iamJoshuatemple.


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