Alexis Rocha will lock horns with Anthony Young in a welterweight boxing bout on Saturday night, at Southern California. The fighters will get a chance for a future title shot as well as a lucrative payday. Here, we aim to provide you with appropriate information about the Rocha vs Young purse, payouts, and salaries.
The welterweight fight will be available on DAZN live stream all access the globe. The event will start at 9:00 pm ET on Saturday, at Fantasy Springs in Indio, California. The main event will go underway at 11:00 pm ET.
Rocha vs Young Fight Purse
The official fight purse of Alexis Rocha vs Anthony Young has not been revealed. However, here we take a careful look into their past fight purse to provide you with appropriate purse information.
Alexis Rocha will earn an estimated $350k guaranteed purse tonight for his welterweight fight against Young. His total payouts will reach around $500k.
On the other hand, Anthony Young will earn an estimated $300k guaranteed purse for his fight against Rocha. He will pocket a total payout of around $500k.
The Fantasy Springs in Indio, California is expected to be a full house as the hometown hero Alexis Rocha will look to defend his home turf.
How much is Alexis Rocha’s salary for a fight?
Alexis Rocha earns an estimated $350k base salary for a fight.
The 25-year-old American welterweight boxer boasts a 22-1 professional boxing record, with 14 wins via KOs. He knocked out George Ashie in early 2023 in his last bout. Unbeaten since 2019, he is on a 6-fight winning streak.
He will take on Anthony Young to go one step closer to a welterweight title shot.
How much is Anthony Young’s salary for a fight?
Anthony Young earns an estimated $300k base salary for a fight.
The 35-year-old American welterweight boxer boasts a 24-2 professional boxing record, with 8 wins via KOs. He beat Jose Zaragoza in his last bout in October 2022. He has been unbeaten since 2016, coming into this fight with an impressive 13-fight winning streak.
Young will take on Rocha to go one step closer to a welterweight title shot.