Julius Francis is a former British professional boxer. Recently, 57, known to have won 23 of his 48 bouts, was seen knocking out a man with a single punch outside BoxPark in Wembley. The edit is now being viral on social media. Boxing editor Michael Benson posted the video with the caption, “Former British heavyweight champion Julius Francis (who fought Mike Tyson) now working as security at BOXPARK Wembley and dealing with some trouble today…” As per The Sun, The Met Police “Police are aware of footage circulating on social media showing an incident involving security staff and a member of the public outside Boxpark in Wembley. An investigation into the circumstances, including to establish the identity and welfare of those involved, is under way. There have been no arrests and enquiries are ongoing.” Meanwhile, BoxPark said, “Our team is aware of footage being shared online. This incident is currently under review and part of an ongoing police investigation, and therefore we are unable to comment further on the incident at this time. We would like to stress that the safety and welfare of our customers and our staff is our number one priority.”
What is Julius Francis’s Net Worth?
Julius Francis Net Worth
Julius Francis is a former British professional boxer. Although he was born on December 8, 1964, in Peckham, London, United Kingdom, he is 57. He participated in many noteworthy boxing matches in the mid-90s and 2000s. In 1993, he turned pro at the age of 28 with a five-round knockout of Graham Arnold. In 1995 Francis won Southern Area title fights against Keith Fletcher and Damien Caesar. His big win over Oyebola got Francis a February 1997 shot at Zeljko Mavrovic. In 2012, Francis starred in the stage play Ring Envy.
The estimated Net Worth of Julius Francis is around $500K USD.
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