Who is Lisdey, wife of boxer Luis Ortiz? How many children does the WBA Interim Heavyweight Champion have?

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Luis Ortiz, who is from Cuba, is a well-known professional boxer who competes in the heavyweight division of the World Boxing Association. El Mercedez was the nickname used by Ortiz early in his career when representing Cuba in international events. Back then, Ortiz was known as Cuba’s national athlete. He is also known as “King Kong” due to his impressive punching and counter-attacking powers. Besides, that’s how he got his name.

Luis Ortiz

According to the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board and The Ring magazine, a certain boxer is currently ranked as the 8th best active heavyweight in the world as of the month of November 2021. Ortiz made his debut in the world of professional boxing February 16, 2010 in Hollywood, Florida against US fighter Lamar Davis. And in about a minute and a half of the first round, Luis finished off the opponent with a technical knockout that ended the round.

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During his tenure as an amateur, Ortiz was a member of the Cuban national team for a significant portion of that time. yet he never managed to achieve victory at the highest international level.

After going all of 2021 without a single fight, Luis and Charles Martin, a former IBF Heavyweight Champion, agreed to fight each other on January 1, 2022. By ending the fight in the sixth round, he showed that he deserved to be the betting favorite. After knocking Martin down with an overhand left, he continued to unleash a series of punches at him.

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What is the name of Lisdey, the wife of boxer Luis Ortiz?

As the wife of professional boxer Luis Ortiz, Lisdey has gained a lot of notoriety in recent years. As she has a strong dislike for the media to invade her private life, there is not much information about her online. Additionally, there are no online resources focused on her professional history that can be found on the web.

She is a very encouraging wife, as shown by her frequent appearances in Luis’ fights, supporting and cheering him on. We can say without a doubt that the couple are enjoying a superb time together and with other family members.

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There is no evidence that the marriage could end in divorce or separation, despite ten years of marriage. Additionally, the duo have never engaged in any form of slander or disagreement about the nature of their union or whether or not they are married.

On Instagram, Lisdey posts photos and videos under the username @lisdeortiz. She avoids the public, just like her husband. Therefore, she currently has 92 followers and has posted 435 times.

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The Children and Family of Luis Ortiz: Essential Information

Luis Ortiz and his wife Lisdey were blessed with three children during their marriage. However, the couple have kept a low profile and haven’t revealed much information about their children.

However, according to many websites, her eldest daughter Lismercedes suffers from a rare skin condition known as epidermolysis bullosa. Ortiz left Cuba in 2009, shortly after his daughter was born, to seek medical treatment elsewhere. After moving to the United States, he managed to secure asylum for his wife, although she was pregnant with the couple’s second and third children at the time.

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The five members of the family currently call the state of California home. Before moving to the United States, they struggled to make ends meet as Luis’ job didn’t pay enough to support his family, but they are doing much better now that they are here.

As Luis spends more time with his wife and children, and swaps photos with them, it’s clear his feelings for her have grown to intense levels.

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Ethnicity and Nationality of Luis Ortiz: An Examination of His Background

Luis Ortiz is of mixed Cuban and other ethnicity, but his nationality is Cuban. On March 29, 1979, in Camaguey, Cuba, he was welcomed into the world by his doting parents, Daniel Berrios Sanchez and Mariam Berrios Sanchez. He grew up in an economically disadvantaged family.

On February 16, 2010, Ortiz competed in his first professional level fight. It was a four-round bout against American boxer Lamar Davis that took place at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida. Similarly, in 2015, HBO announced that Ortiz would face Bryant Jennings, a previous contender for the world title, in Verona, New York.

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After defeating his opponent by technical knockout in the seventh round, Luis was able to successfully defend his interim world title. Ortiz was just too strong for Jennings early in the fight, and as a result, the latter was regularly injured by Ortiz.

In the fifth and final round of a close and competitive fight over the previous four rounds, Ortiz seemed to be gaining the upper hand. Jennings, a former World Championship contender, was knocked out in the seventh round by a devastating left uppercut that sent him face down to the canvas. This knocked Jennings out of the fight.

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How wealthy is Luis Ortiz considering his salary and net worth?

According to website celebritynetworth.com, Luis Ortiz has an annual salary of $39,726 and a net worth estimated at $8 million. When he faced Deontay Wilder in March 2018, the WBA heavyweight champion received his most notable salary. Wilder is the current WBC Heavyweight Champion.

His annual salary is $39,726 and his net worth is currently estimated at $8 million.

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Ortiz received a total of $1.5 million for the 2022 fight, including a $500,000 guaranteed prize pool and an additional $1 million from PPV sharing.

He received a total of $500,000 for his participation in the fight, while Wilder, who emerged victorious, received an additional $2.1 million. Also, an average of 1.1 million people watched the fight, suggesting that Ortiz must have made some money from it.

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The rematch between Wilder and Ortiz is scheduled to take place in November 2019. It’s possible that the $1 million he promised and the fight would bring in additional money from PPV sales.

Luis Ortiz
Luis Ortiz

professional career

At the beginning of the career

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Then 30-year-old Ortiz made his professional debut on February 16, 2010 in a four-round scheduled contest against American boxer Lamar Davis, who had a record of 4-1 with 1 KO. The fight took place at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Florida. After a little less than 80 seconds elapsed in the first round of the fight, Ortiz won the fight via technical knockout (TKO). Ortiz faced 39-year-old Charles Davis in his second professional fight on June 15 at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. Davis was Ortiz’s opponent. Ortiz won via technical knockout in the fourth round. On August 24, 2010, in his third professional fight, Ortiz won the vacant WBC FECARBOX Heavyweight Title by defeating Kendrick Releford, who was 28 and had a record of 22-13-2 (10 knockouts). Ortiz won the fight by unanimous decision after eight rounds by scores of 80–72, 79–72, and 79–72. Releford was knocked down once in the second round. Ortiz improved his record to 5 wins in as many fights by stopping Zack Page and Francisco Ivarez in the eighth round of their respective contests. Four of Ortiz’ wins were a long way off, while the other was a KO win. On January 28, 2011, Ortiz faced Rubén Rivera (3–5, 1 KO) in a fight at the Double Tree Westshore Hotel in Tampa, Florida. Rivera was disqualified in round 5 after receiving many low punches, causing him to lose two points in round 4.

regional success

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Ortiz competed twice in April, first defeating Jerry Butler by technical knockout in the third round and then knocking out Bert Cooper, a previous World Championship challenger, within two rounds. Cooper had a record of 38-22 with 31 knockouts. After that, in the month of May, Ortiz took on Corey Winfield, who was 27 and had a record of 4-7 with 2 knockouts. In Round 3, Ortiz scored a KO win that gave him the win. Ortiz defeated 36-year-old Jason Barnett, who had a record of 12-13 with six knockouts, in a fight held June 3 at the A La Carte Event Pavilion in Tampa, Florida. Ortiz won the fight via technical knockout in the first round after knocking down Barnett twice. Ortiz fought Luis Andres Pineda, a former contender for the world cruiserweight title, two weeks later on the undercard of the middleweight title bout between Gennady Golovkin and Kassim Ouma at the Roberto Durán Arena in Panama City, Panama. The main event of the evening took place between Gennady Golovkin and Kassim Ouma (22-9-1, 18 KOs). Both the vacant WBC heavyweight title FECARBOX and the unclaimed WBA heavyweight belt Fedelatin were at stake in this fight. Ortiz was victorious in the fight after Pineda was eliminated in round 6. After a month, Ortiz fought Henry Saenz (22–8–1, 18 KOs) at the Gimnasio Nacional in San José, Costa Rica to defend his WBA Fedelatin heavyweight title. The fight was for the WBA Fedelatin heavyweight title. Ortiz knocked out his opponent in the third round to claim the win.

At the Florida Community Center in February 2012, Ortiz fought Epifanio Mendoza, who was 36 and had a record of 32-13-1 with 28 knockouts. The fight was scheduled for 10 rounds and was for the vacant WBO and WBC Latino heavyweight belts. In round seven of their fight, Ortiz emerged victorious after Mendoza was disqualified for deliberately delivering a low punch. In late October, Ortiz made three appearances in the Dominican Republic within 18 days. In the first round he stopped Jose Santos Peralta by knockout in 2 minutes and 24 seconds, defeated Juan Carlos Antonio Maldonado by technical knockout in the first round and Santiago De Paula by knockout in the fourth round.

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After an eight-month hiatus, Ortiz returned to the ring in July 2013 to face Joseph Rabotte, who had lost his previous ten bouts in a row. Officially announced as a third-round KO, the North Carolina Athletic Commission overturned the KO on appeal, ruling that Rabotte had accidentally fallen out of the ring. This resulted in a “no contest” as the fight ended before the start of Round 4, meaning the fight could not go on the scorecards. The North Carolina Athletic Commission reversed the knockout in the third round. At Fantasy Springs Casino in Indio, California on April 3, 2014, Ortiz fought a 42-year-old former world title challenger named Monte Barrett, who had a record of 35-10-2 with 20 knockouts. This fight was considered to be Ortiz’s best and most well-known opponent up to this point in his career. After Barrett was hit in the nose by a left fist and knocked to the ground with his right knee, referee Caiz stopped the fight immediately without counting the punches. Barrett had agreed to accept this fight on short notice. After suffering this defeat, Barrett made the decision to retire. Ortiz managed to land 49 punches from 137 attempts while Barrett only landed 24 punches from 83 attempts.

Ortiz vs. Kayode

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WBA Interim Heavyweight Champion

Ortiz versus Vidondo

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Ortiz versus Jennings

Ortiz vs. Thompson

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Abandoned Defenses & many more games..

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