Jimmy Lennon Jr
Jimmy Lennon Jr Biography
Jimmy Lennon Jr. is a boxing ring announcer presently working as Premier Boxing Champions. And ring announcer for their Showtime Championship Boxing for Showtime Fox Sports. He serves on ESPN events for Bob Arum’s Top Rank also.
He had rights to professional boxing and was formerly employed by Fox Sports the network. Lennon is best known for his “It’s showtime!” catchphrase currently. The show aired on various networks from all states corners.
Jimmy Lennon Jr Age
Lennon was born in Santa Monica, California, the United States of America, on August 5, 1958. He is 63 years old.
Jimmy Lennon Jr Height
Jimmy stands at a height of 5 ft 10 inches / Approx 1.78 m tall.
Jimmy Lennon Jr Education
Lennon received a degree in psychology from UCLA in 1981 after his high school education. He began teaching in Los Angeles a private school immediately after graduation.
Jimmy Lennon Jr Family
Lennon was born in Santa Monica, California, the United States of America to his caring. And supportive parents Jimmy Lennon Sr and Doris Lennon. His father was a professional wrestling match and a ring announcer for boxing.
And Lennon died, at the age of 79, on April 20, 1992. He grew up with his amazing siblings namely Kim Fitzgerald, Robin Thomas, and Scott.
Jimmy Lennon Jr Wife
Lennon is married to his lovely and hardworking wife called Christine Lennon. The duo has two amazing children namely Alex Lennon and James Lennon.
Jimmy Lennon Jr Salary
Lennon Jr receives an annual salary of $10,000 – $100, 000 per year, according to Showtime Fox Sports Group anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Jimmy Lennon Jr Net worth
Jimmy has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Jimmy Lennon Career
Jr. is a boxing ring announcer currently working as Premier Boxing Champions. And ring announcer for their Showtime Championship Boxing for Showtime Fox Sports. He is best known for his “It’s showtime!” catchphrase currently.
The show aired on various networks from all states corners. Lennon has been at the microphone for some historic fights such as Mike Tyson vs during this period. Evander Holyfield, Winky Wright vs. Félix Trinidad, Jr. vs. Manny Pacquiao, and Floyd Mayweather.