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How much does a Professional Boxing Referee make per Year and per Fight? Average Annual Pro Boxing Ref Salary Range

Boxing is a king among sports, and refereeing a match between two 300-pound champions may seem like it would be extremely dangerous or extremely fun. But how much does a boxing referee make? The average professional boxing referee earns a salary of $77,000 per year, with the general range lying anywhere between $36,000 and $124,000 on an annual basis. A lot of times, boxing referees are paid by the fight, earning them between $5000 and $10,000 for bigger name fights, and between $200 and $500 for the smallest of fights.

For more information about referee salaries, check out our article on soccer referees, baseball umpires, hockey referees, NBA referees, and football referees.

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by Rachel Bassett on Sun, 06/20/2010 - 06:33

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