Alan Haymon is an American boxing manager and promoter. He is the manager of Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and has won Boxing Writers of America’s Manager of the Year award a total of five times.
AL HAYMON AGE
Alan Haymon was born in 1956 in Cleveland, OH, United States. He is 63 years old in 2019.
AL HAYMON NET WORTH
Boxing consultant and manager, Haymon has a net worth of $ 15 million US dollars in 2019. In 1999, Haymon sold 50% of AH Enterprises to SFX Entertainment
AL HAYMON WIFE
Haymon is a married man but the boxing manager and promoter as his low-key life hasn’t revealed any information about his wife or children. Furthermore, he is rarely seen in public and does not conduct interviews.
AL HAYMON SONS
Longtime friend and business partner Sam Watson and his two sons are the public face of Haymon’s boxing feat. After each fighter many successful boxers thank Haymon who is not known to many. His influence in the sport of boxing Al Haymon is not just THE MAN, he is THE ONLY MAN!
AL HAYMON EDUCATION
Born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, Haymon studied economics at Harvard. He also holds an MBA from Harvard.
AL HAYMON MUSIC
Haymon’s major career start was in music promotion, where he promoted artists such as MC Hammer, New Edition, Janet Jackson, Whitney Houston, and Mary J. Blige, and expanded into other areas of entertainment, such as when he worked with Eddie Murphy. In 1999, Haymon sold 50% of AH Enterprises to SFX Entertainment.
AL HAYMON’S BOXING CAREER
Haymon ventured into boxing in 2000 when he handled Vernon Forrest. Over the next decade, he gained considerable influence in boxing, mainly due to his connection with Floyd Mayweather Jr. He won the Al Buck Award (Manager of the Year) in 2005 and 2013 from the Boxing Writers Association of America. Haymon founded Premier Boxing Champions, which held its first event in 2015.
AL HAYMON CRITICISM AND CONTROVERSY
Haymon is rarely seen and never interviewed. Greg Bishop, formerly of the New York Times and now of Sports Illustrated, suggests that Haymon functions as both promoter and manager, against the principles of the Muhammad Ali Boxing Reform Act, which was designed to separate boxing promoters from boxing managers. Haymon has also been criticized by fans and writers for the inactivity of many of his fighters.
AL HAYMON FIGHTERS
Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Julio Cesar Chavez Jr.
Amir Khan |
Hugo Centeno Jr.
Gary Russell Jr.
Leo Santa Cruz
John Molina, Jr.
Errol Spence Jr.
Andy Ruiz Jr.