Robert Helenius is an up-and-coming Swedish-Finnish professional boxer with a net worth of $4.5 million. He has an impressive record of 31 wins and only 3 losses. He recently won the WBA Gold heavyweight title, adding to his collection of European Union, IBF international, and European heavyweight titles.
Nicknamed “The Nordic Nightmare,” Helenius is known for his aggressive game plans and has become a rising star in his division.
About Robert Helenius
Robert Helenius was born on January 2, 1984, in Stockholm, Sweden, but he grew up in Finland. He has Finnish nationality and is of Swedish descent. Helenius started training in boxing at the young age of 5 and went on to have a successful amateur boxing career. In 2000, he won a bronze medal at the European U-17 Championship, and in 2006, he was the runner-up at the European Amateur Boxing Championship.
|Full Name||Robert Gabriel Helenius|
|Nickname||The Nordic Nightmare|
|Date of Birth||2 January 1984|
|Place of Birth||Stockholm, Sweden|
|Height||6 ft 6 3⁄4 in (200 cm)|
|Net Worth||$4.5 million|
|Father’s Name||Karl Helenius|
|Mother’s Name||Stina Helenius|
After deciding to shift his focus to professional boxing in 2008, Helenius made a remarkable debut by knocking out Gene Pukall in the first round. He continued his winning streak, earning 11 more consecutive victories before claiming his first career title in 2010. He defeated Gregory Tony via a 6th round knockout to win the vacant European Union heavyweight title.
Helenius achieved further success in 2015 when he defeated Franz Rill, earning the IBF International and European heavyweight titles. Most recently, Helenius won the vacant WBA Gold heavyweight title by defeating Adam Kownacki.
Throughout his professional career, Helenius has maintained an impressive record of 31 wins and 3 losses. He remained undefeated for 22 bouts since his debut until he faced his first career loss against Johann Duhaupas, who knocked him out during the 6th round. Despite this setback, Helenius is considered one of the rising stars in the heavyweight division, continuously working to solidify his position in the boxing world.
Professional Boxing Record
|European Union heavyweight||2010|
|WBO InterContinental heavyweight||2010|
|WBA Inter-Continental heavyweight||2011|
|IBF International and European heavyweight||2015|
|WBC Silver International heavyweight||2017|
|IBF Inter-Continental heavyweight||2018|
|WBA Gold heavyweight||2020|
Boxing Stats: 2022 YTD
|Round KO (%)||10.05%|
|Been KO’d (%)||6.06%|
|Been KO’d Round (%)||1.06%|
|Average Winning Round||5.4|
|Average Losing Round||8.7|
Robert Helenius Net Worth, Salary, and Earnings
As of 2023, Robert Helenius has an estimated net worth of $4.5 million. His primary source of income comes from his successful professional boxing career, where he earns a guaranteed purse of $75,000 for each fight. This figure may increase depending on factors such as fight bonuses, pay-per-view sales, and other revenue streams associated with his matches
|Mateus Roberto Osorio||$25,000||2019|
Helenius is currently sponsored by Swedish agencies Vibb Design and DEAB Consult. Vibb Design is a design and advertising agency that creates visual solutions for various clients. DEAB Consult is a consulting firm that offers services in management, business development, and marketing.
Helenius also has deals with Finnish store chain Karkkainen and Eleiko gym shop. Karkkainen is a well-known Finnish retailer that sells a wide variety of products, including sports equipment and clothing. Eleiko is a global provider of professional strength equipment and is widely recognized for its high-quality products used in weightlifting, powerlifting, and functional fitness.
Robert Helenius’s Girlfriend/Wife
Robert Helenius is married to Sandra Helenius, a yoga specialist from Finland, and they have three children together.
Helenius is 39 years old (as of 2023).
Robert Helenius’ height is 6 ft 6 3⁄4 in (200 cm) and competes in the heavyweight boxing division.
Helenius is affectionately known as “The Nordic Nightmare” in the ring due to his aggressive game plans and fighting style.