|Net Worth:||$16 Million|
|Born:||December 8, 1984|
|Country of Origin:||Morroco|
|Source of Wealth:||Kickboxing|
Badr Hari is a Moroccan-Dutch kickboxer and champion of the world. He played in the Heavyweight category under the Moroccan flag.
Hari is a former K-1 Heavyweight champion from 2007 to 2008 and K-1 World Grand Prix 2008 and 2009 finalist. He is also the greatest and the richest kickboxer of all time.
As of 2022, Badr Hari’s net worth is estimated to be around $16 million.
Badr Hari’s Net Worth, Career, and Success Story (2022 Update)
Early Life & Biography
Badr Hari was born on December 8, 1984, in Amsterdam, Netherlands. When he was young he was bullied all the time in school and came home crying. His dad took the decision to enroll him in the local Gym at Seven years old.
Hari was trained under the guidance of former World Champion Mousid Akamrane in Mohammed Aït Hassou Gym. Then he joined the famous Chakuriki Gym run by Thom Harinck. After his previous Gym moved to Rotterdam.
Hari became ready to fight, in 2005 he lost a fight against Stefan Leko, Hari decided to switch the Dutch flag that he was fighting under to the Moroccan Flag.
Career & Success Story
At 11 years old Badr Hari started fighting as a junior. Seven years later he got 50 amateur fights on his record and was ready to fight at a professional level. Badr became famous after his revenge match against Stefan Leko in 2005 which he won after knocking out Leko with a spinning back kick.
In K-1 New Zealand 2006, Hari started a street fight in the press conference and got knocked out of the ring by the Australian fighter Peter “The Chief” Graham resulting in broken bones in kari’s jaw.
In 2007, Hari won his first K-1 World GP Final, in the final against Remy Bonjasky. In 2008, K-1 World GP punished Hari by stripping him of his heavyweight title, his runner-up title in the tournament, his prize money from the tournament, and the full amount of his fee for participation in the tournament.
Hari had also fought talented fighters like Rico Verhoeven, Benjamin Adegbuyi, Ismael Londt, Gökhan Saki, and Anderson Silva and won 2007-2008 K-1 Heavyweight Champion, 2008 K-1 World, Grand Prix runner-up, 2009 K-1 World Grand Prix runner-up, 2009-2010 It’s Showtime Heavyweight Champion, 2014 Fight Series 1 Heavyweight Tournament Champion and other Champions.
Hari has been officially praised by the King of Morocco, Mohammed VI, since 2009 for his outstanding accomplishments in the sport.
Badr Hari’s Wife and Kids
Badr Hari is married to Daphne Romani and has four daughters and one son.
Badr Hari Legal issues
Hari is well known for his violent behavior; he was the subject of a number of police investigations for charges of assault.
Badr Hari is the greatest kickboxer of all time. He was praised by the King of Morocco, Mohammed VI in 2009. As of 2022, Badr Hari’s net worth is estimated to be around $16 million.