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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.

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

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