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Paul “Paulie” Malignaggi Wiki Biography
- On 23 November 1980, in Brooklyn, New York, USA, of Italian (Sicilian) descent, Paul ‘Paulie’ Malignaggi was born.
- Malignaggi, best known for being a former IBF junior welterweight and WBA welterweight champion, is a professional boxer and commentator.
- He has the nickname “The Magic Man” and his various successes have brought his net worth to where it is today during his boxing career.
- As of early 2016, sources record a net valuation of $5 million, largely accrued through a prosperous boxing career, apart from which Paulie has been featured in various media forms.
- He’s been in movies, documentaries, video games, and TV shows, all of which have helped increase his wealth and sustain it.
- Paulie spent much of his time in Syracuse, Sicily, during his younger years, since his father was a professional football player there.
- They moved back to Brooklyn, but to pursue his career, their father eventually left the family.
- When his mother remarried, Paulie did not like it and he sometimes got into fights with his stepfather.
- Eventually, he moved in, attending high school with his grandparents, but getting into a lot of trouble, such as street battles that prompted his expulsion.
- By the end of 2008, Paulie would fight Ricky Hatton, the Light Welterweight Champion, where he would be completely defeated; Malignaggi would later blame the loss on trainer Buddy Mcgirt.
- His next two battles are against Juan Diaz for the vacant title of WBO NABO Light Welterweight.
- Malignaggi will go on to win his first two games against Viacheslav Senchenko and Pablo Cesar Cano in the Welterweight Division.
- He lost his 2013 match against Adrien Broner on a split decision, and would then win in late-2013 with a unanimous decision against Zab Judah.
- The next two fights, when he faced Shawn Porter and Danny Garcia, would end in the loss by TKOs with Paulie no longer being able to fight with the injuries he suffered.
- He won his next two bouts, winning the vacant EBU-EU Welterweight title over Antonio Moscatiello.
- It is known that he is a fan of different sports and supports soccer for Paulie’s personal life, probably as an ode to his father.
- He spends his time visiting various U.S. cities and returns to Sicily from time to time.
- All contacts are kept strictly confidential.
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Paul “Paulie” Malignaggi Quick Info
|Full Name||Paulie Malignaggi|
|Net Worth||$5 Million|
|Date Of Birth||November 23,1980|
|Place Of Birth||Brooklyn, New York, USA|
|Weight||Light welterweight, Welterweight|
|Education||New Utrecht High School|
|Nicknames||“The Magic Man”,|
|Awards||IBF Light Welterweight title (2007), WBO NABO Light Welterweight title (2009), WBA Light Welterweight title(2010), WBA Welterweight Champion (2012), EBU-EU Welterweight title (2015)|
Paul “Paulie” Malignaggi Important Facts
- (September 18) Vacated the IBF junior welterweight title because he would not grant mandatory challenger Hermann Ngoudjo a rematch. 
- Recently fought for the WBO world junior-welterweight title at Madison Square Garden against the champion Miguel Cotto from Puerto Rico. Malignaggi won the hearts of fight fans with a gutsy display against the highly-rated Cotto
- Brash, fast-talking Italian-American boxer from Brooklyn, New York who was one of America’s top amateur boxers, winning the New York Golden Gloves title and the US national championship as well as boxing for the USA and competing in the 2000 Olympic Trials
Paul “Paulie” Malignaggi Filmography
|Blue Bloods||2015||TV Series||Mel||Actor|
|Undefeated||2003||TV Movie||The Challenger||Actor|
|Le Champion||2017||Documentary post-production||Himself||Self|
|Doped: The Dirty Side of Sports||2015||Documentary||Himself||Self|
|Best of Boxing 2014||2015||TV Movie||Himself||Self|
|Face on the Corner||2013||Documentary||Himself||Self|
|Golden Boy Boxing||2012-2013||TV Series||Himself – Ringside Commentator / Himself||Self|
|Showtime Championship Boxing||2012||TV Series||Himself – Ringside Commentator||Self|
|ESPN Friday Night Fights||2012||TV Series||Himself – Audience Member||Self|
|HBO Boxing||2011||TV Series documentary||Himself||Self|
|ESPN Friday Night Fights||2011||TV Series||Himself||Archive Footage|
|HBO Boxing||2010||TV Series documentary||Himself||Archive Footage|