John Ryder Net Worth, Career Earnings, Biggest Fight Purse & Endorsement Deals: ‘The Gorilla’ Boasts $5 Million Fortune

John Ryder Boxing
John Ryder Boxing

Following his bouts with ‘Canelo’ and Jaime Munguia, we have decided to take an in-depth look at the career of John Ryder. This includes Ryder’s net worth, career earnings, biggest career purse and his sponsorship deals.

John Ryder Net Worth

John Ryder has been a professional boxer since making his debut back in 2010. He has been boxing consistently for over a decade in the pro ranks, earning more and more money as his career has progressed.

Despite having a few losses on his resumé and not being a huge name in boxing circles, John Ryder has solidified himself as one of the best super-middleweight fighters on the planet.

As of January 2024, it is reported that John Ryder’s net worth is $5 million (source: All Famous Birthdays).

More recently, Ryder’s purses for each of his fights has been growing, given the fact he is fighting better fighters in bigger boxing events. Despite losing seven times in his career, Ryder is still one of the best super-middleweight on the planet. Even after his recent losses to Jaime Munguia and Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez.

Not only does Ryder have a sizeable $5 million net worth, but he is also recognised as one of the best British boxers on the planet right now.

This figure of $5 million is likely to grow for the British boxer as his career goes on too, especially after receiving a career-high payday against the Mexican cash cow at the beginning of May 2023.

The net worth of ‘The Gorilla’ is sure to catapult even higher as his career rolls on, especially if he were to somehow get another chance at world honours in the future and becomes world champion.

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John Ryder Career Earnings

After 39 professional boxing fights, Ryder’s biggest fight purse is reported to have been around £3 million. This was reportedly how much Ryder earned for his last outing against Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez on May 6, 2023. The 35-year-old lost the fight via unanimous decision, but did last the full 12 rounds with ‘Canelo’.

This figure of £3 million includes his 30% share of the pay-per-view and the gate revenue. Not bad for punching someone in the face for 36 minutes! Last time out, Ryder also reportedly earned a six-figure purse of £350k for his bout with Jaime Munguia.

Prior to this, Ryder also reportedly earned £400,000 for his world title fight against Callum Smith back in November 2019, as well as earning roughly the same purse for his fight with Zach Parker last year (source: Sports Payouts).

The vast majority of Ryder’s income does of course come from prize fighting. However, he has a few sponsorship deals outside of the ring which will help his salary and net worth, but it is punching people in the face for a living that pays ‘The Gorilla’ the most money. More on Ryder’s endorsement deals later on.

This means that all in all, John Ryder’s career earnings are estimated to be somewhere in the region of £8.5 million. It is fair to say that John Ryder isn’t short of a pound or two. His net worth, salary and fight purses will continue to rise as his career develops and he continues to feature in big fights.

See below how much John Ryder has reportedly earned in his last 10 professional boxing fights.

John Ryder Boxing Fight Pay (Last 10):

Fight Fight Purse
John Ryder vs Jaime Munguia £350,000
John Ryder vs Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez £3 million
John Ryder vs Zach Parker £400,000
John Ryder vs Daniel Jacobs £300,000
John Ryder vs Jozef Jurko £300,000
John Ryder vs Mike Guy £275,000
John Ryder vs Callum Smith £400,000
John Ryder vs Bilal Akkaway £350,000
John Ryder vs Andrey Sirotkin £300,000
John Ryder vs Jamie Cox £150,000

Purse info per Sports Payouts

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John Ryder Endorsements & Sponsorship

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Although the vast majority of John Ryder’s earnings comes from prize fighting, he also earns his fair share of money outside of the ring too. These sponsorships deals from outside of the ring are a big player in boosting Ryder’s net worth and salary.

The 35-year-old’s biggest endorsement deal as of today is his partnership with sports company Lonsdale. ‘The Gorilla’ inked the deal back in 2012 with Lonsdale, who provide equipment for Ryder’s training schedule and have also provided the super-middleweight contender with his gloves in recent fights.

Not only is this endorsement deal with Lonsdale a big earner for ‘The Gorilla’, but he is also currently endorsed by the likes of Statom Group Ltd, Wow Hydrate, Elite Scaffolding and Ris Rainham. Is is unknown exactly how much these various sponsors pay John Ryder to endorse their brands, but it is sure to be a tidy amount!

All in all, John Ryder’s four main sponsorship deals certainly help boost his net worth. Ultimately though it is punching people in the face for a living that pays Ryder the most money and his biggest purses.

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