Yekaterina Usyk Height (Oleksandr Usyk’s Wife), Age, Parents

Yekaterina Usyk rose to prominence after marrying Ukrainian professional boxer Oleksandr Usyk. Her husband, Oleksandr, is a well-known boxing figure.

Height of Yekaterina Usyk

Yekaterina Usyk stands 1.70 m (5 feet 7 inches) tall. Her body weight is approximately 59 kg or 130 pounds. Yekaterina has dark brown eyes and black hair.

Age of Yekaterina Usyk

Yekaterina Usyk was born in Russia and raised there. As a result, she has Russian nationality and is of Slavic ethnicity. However, the identities of her Russian parents and siblings, as well as her age, birth date, and childhood information, remain unknown.

According to reports, she was raised in a Jewish family. Yekaterina finished her education at a local Russian school. Her educational background, however, remains a closely guarded secret.

Husband of Yekaterina Usyk

Yekaterina Usyk’s marriage to Oleksandr Usyk went off without a hitch. The couple is still married and there are no rumors of their divorce or separation.

They had known each other for several years prior to their marriage. Eventually, Yekaterina married her husband, Oleksandr Usyk, in 2009.

The wedding is married in a private ceremony attended by only their closest friends and family. Yekaterina is also a mother of three kids (two sons & a daughter).

Their sons’ names are Mykhailo Usyk and Kyrylo Usyk. She and her husband also had a daughter, Yelizaveta Usyk. Yekaterina and her spouse Oleksandr have been a boxing power couple.

Net Worth of Yekaterina Usyk

Yekaterina Usyk’s actual net worth and salary are still unknown. Despite being a celebrity wife, she may be involved in some work.

Yekaterina, on the other hand, lives a lavish and comfortable life. Oleksandr Usyk, her husband, has a net worth of $6 million.

Previously, his net worth was estimated to be around $4 million. He earned more than $1 million in his last three fights, according to reports.

In addition, Oleksandr received a $2.5 million guaranteed payday in his recent fight against Derek Chisora. Similarly, he profited from his BoxRaw endorsement deal.

Yekaterina Usyk’s Husband Short Bio

Oleksandr Oleksandrovych Usyk, Yekaterina Usyk’s husband, was born on January 17, 1987. His parents were born in northern Ukraine. Simferopol, Crimean Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union was his birthplace. Oleksandr’s mother worked in construction, and his father served in the military.

He played association football until the age of 15. He was also trained at the SC Tavriya Simferopol Olympic reserve specialized sports school (the club’s football academy).

In 2002, he switched to boxing and graduated from Lviv State University of Physical Culture. During his professional career, he held the unified WBA (Super), IBF, and WBO world titles in two weight classes. In addition, since defeating Anthony Joshua in September 2021, he has held IBO heavyweight titles.

From 2018 to 2019, Oleksandr held the undisputed cruiserweight title, becoming the first cruiserweight champion to hold all four major world titles. He is widely considered to be one of the greatest Ukrainian boxers of all time.

With his victory over Joshua, he became one of only three boxers to unify the cruiserweight world titles. As an amateur, he won gold medals in the heavyweight division at the 2011 World Championships and the 2012 Olympics.

He turned professional in 2013 and won the undisputed cruiserweight championship in his 15th professional fight in 2018. Three of his titles were won during the inaugural World Boxing Super Series.

Oleksandr received the Muhammad Ali Trophy, The Ring magazine, and lineal cruiserweight titles. For his achievements, he has been named the 2018 Fighter of the Year by Sports Illustrated, ESPN, The Ring, and the Boxing Writers Association of America.

In 2018, he became the fourth male boxer in history to hold the WBA, WBC, IBF, and WBO titles at the same time. Oleksandr was the first undisputed Ukrainian champion. Oleksandr is notable for the speed with which he accomplished his goals, winning his first world title in his tenth fight.

By his fifteenth fight, he had become the undisputed champion of his weight class. In 2019, he gave up his cruiserweight titles to compete at heavyweight.

By that point, he had defeated five current or former world champions in sixteen fights. Oleksandr is ranked by the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board (TBRB) and The Ring as the world’s second-best active boxer pound for pound, fifth by BoxRec, and the world’s second-best active heavyweight by BoxRec and TBRB.