American Professional Boxer, Charles Albert Shone Conwell aka Charles Conwell was born on November 2, 1997, in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, United States. He is in the media limelight after his boxing match with Patrick Day who tragically lost his life after the match. Furthermore, he also faced Vikas Krishna Yadav in the first round of the competition.
Charles Conwell’s net worth hasn’t been revealed yet. He was born to father Charles Conwell Sr and mother Annette Steen-Conwell. He grew up with his siblings; brothers Isaiah Steen and Marlon Steen and sisters Tiarra Conwell and Tyree Conwell. Charles is probably single at the moment.
Charles Conwell: Bio, Facts, Networth, Family and More
Charles Conwell (born November 2, 1997) is an American Boxer based in Cleveland, USA. He competed in the 2016 Summer Olympics in the men’s middleweight event.
Net Worth And Earnings
As stated earlier, Charles Conwell’s net worth is yet to be revealed. However, we expect that he has earned a hefty amount of money from his career as a professional boxer and from various endorsement deals.
Charles started playing boxing from the early age of 11. He has won the title of the national Junior Olympics in 2013 and a national Golden Gloves championship at age 17. He has also won the title of the vacant USBA Super Welterweight in 2019. Furthermore, he also won the popular sports award named ‘Amateur Athlete Of The Year’ in 2017, and also the Underarmour Youth Boxer Of The Year in 2015. Charles is also the winner of the 2016 165lb Olympic trail.
Charles also competed at the men’s middleweight event in the 2016 Summer Olympics but sadly, lost to Indian Boxer Vikas Krishan Yadav at his first round. He competes in middleweight events and lightweight events.
Charles Conwell comes from a family who is deeply involved in the sport. They are also very much supportive of his boxing career. His family consists altogether of 7 members including him. His brothers, Isaiah Steen and Marlon Steen and sisters, Tiarra Conwell and Tyree Conwell are also boxers.
They call themselves a Team TUFF (Tightly United Family Fighters.) Charles Conwell and his siblings were coached by his father in their early days. Details regarding his dating life, relationship, and girlfriend are still a secret.
Charles Conwell And The Death Of Patrick Day
October 12, 2019, was the day when Charles Conwell and Patrick Day were competing for the USBA super welterweight title bout at the Wintrust Arena in Chicago. During their 10th round, Charles punched Patrick’s head so hard that he fell on the ring unconsciously.
Patrick was immediately rushed to the hospital and after four days, unfortunately, he died on October 16, 2019, due to a traumatic head injury.
Whatever happened was just an incident and wasn’t the fault of Charles Conwell. On October 12, after the fight, he shared an emotional letter regarding his concern for Patrick Day and the fight had been placed upon him.
Charles Conwell is a man full of generosity as he is involved in different charitable works.
Nevertheless, the credit for Charles’ success goes to his dedication and passion for boxing which has led his way to prosperity and opulence.
Lesser Known Facts About Charles Conwell
- He was raised along with his 4 siblings.
- He unsuccessfully battled Indian boxer Vikas Krishan Yadav in Rio 2016 Olympic 1st round match.
- After Patrick Day suffered some injuries due to Conwell’s performance in the bout in October 2019, he wrote an apology letter for him on his Instagram account.
- Total fights 14
- Wins 14
- Wins by KO 11
- Losses 0
Zero Loss Career
Renowned American boxer, Charles Conwell, represented the United States at the 2016 Olympic Games. The American fighter turned pro in 2012 and since then has never lost a bout in a Professional boxing career. The 22-year-old has been a part of 11 bouts thus far and won all of them including 8 in KO. He is still the undisputed king at the professional level.
Charles Conwell made his debut at professional boxing in 2017 and in his debut match against Jeremiah Page, he knocked him out in just 1 round. In the next 2 years, he has fought his bout in the whole US and has never been defeated.
On October 12, 2019, Conwell fought Patrick Day. In what was supposed to be a competitive fight, Conwell managed to get the better of Day throughout the fight, dropping him three times in rounds four, eight, and ten. The third knockdown was the most devastating out of all, with Conwell catching his opponent with a big right hand behind the ear, followed by a sweeping left hook that immediately sent Day on the canvas in brutal fashion. Day was reported to be unconscious and had suffered a seizure on the way to the hospital.
A few days after, it was announced that Patrick Day had succumbed to his injuries and died
4 days after the match. Charles Conwell was in tears after the match and also wrote an apology letter on his Instagram profile.
In his next fight, Conwell defeated Ramses Agaton in a dominant fashion, forcing the referee to stop the fight after the end of the fourth round. After taking a lot of punishment from the start, Agaton didn’t look good, and after consulting the ringside physician the referee stopped the fight and Conwell got the victory.
In his next fight, Conwell squared off against Wendy Toussaint. Conwell boxed well in the opening rounds. In round seven, he hurt his hand which gave him a lot of pain, but two rounds after it would be that same hand that would end the fight. Conwell landed a vicious uppercut on Toussaint, breaking his nose and forcing him to forfeit.