Net Worth: $3'000'000
Angelo Dundee was an American boxing trainer and cornerman. He had a net worth of $3’000’000 at the time of his death. Angelo Dundee was born in August 1921 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and died in February 2012 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was best known for his work with Muhammad Ali from 1960 to 1981. Dundee worked with 15 other world champions, including Willie Pastrami Sugar Ray, Leonard George Scott, Jimmy Ellis, Luis Manuel Rodriguez Carmen Basilica, and George Foreman. During World War II, Dundee served as a mechanic in an airplane and then studied boxing in New York and Miami. He was the corner man of Carmen Basilica when He won the 1955 Tony DeMarco world championship. Angelo Dundee traveled the world with Ali and was his corner man in all but two of his fights. The pair reunited in a Super Bowl commercial in 1998. Dundee was a special advisor for Oscar De La Hoya during his 2008 fight with Manny Pacquiao. In 1992 Dundee was inducted into The International Boxing Hall of Fame and was played by The actor Ron Silver In The film Ali In 2001 and Ernest Borg nine In The 1977 movie The Greatest. Angelo Dundee died on January 1, 2002, at the age of 90.
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