The world of professional boxing isn’t for the faint of heart. The sport is highly competitive and demanding with big egos to match the big prize money, so when athletes make a name for themselves in their respective weight class, it’s no surprise that many boxers reward themselves with dazzling diamond jewelry.
And it’s not just the boxers that love diamonds! From the boxing matches at Madison Square Garden to the bouts in Las Vegas, it’s common to spot diamond-clad celebrities sitting ringside to cheer on their favorite fighter. Boxing has no shortage of world championship titles based on weight class, but these boxers all have knock-out diamond jewelry style.
Lightweight champion Devin Haney often turns to Benny the Jeweler or Tuscany Jewelers for his diamonds. The boxer spread the diamond jewelry love and gifted his team with custom diamond pendants that features his initials (DHP), and he even had diamonds implanted into his teeth.
An undisputed junior middleweight champion, Jermell Charlo brings the heat in the ring with his powerful punches, and outside of the ring with his head-turning style. The champ loves diamonds so much that TMZ reported Charlo dropped more than $553,000 during a diamond jewelry shopping spree with Houston jeweler Iceman Nick. The haul reportedly included a diamond Audemars Piguet watch, baguette rings and bracelet, a boxing glove pendant and a Cuban chain with 90 carats of VVS diamonds.
While the jewelry George Kambosos Jr. wears may be on the tamer side, the Aussie has been known to turn up at press conferences in a pair of diamond stud earrings and a diamond signet ring.
After 15 years as a professional boxer and two-division world championships, Danny Garcia has proven he is one of the most talented boxers of his generation. Whether he’s dressed up in a suit or dressed down in a t-shirt, his layers of diamond necklaces, bracelet, watch and rings are sure to make an appearance.
Errol Spence Jr.
Errol Spence Jr. has been a rising star in boxing for more than a decade, and even represented the U.S. at the 2012 Olympics. The pro fighter’s diamond jewelry style often consists of everything from blinged out pinky rings to a Cuban link and pendant pieces that says “Man Down” designed by Iceman Nick worth $400,000.
Terence Bud Crawford
Named one of the best boxers in the world by Sports Illustrated, Terence Crawford has won multiple lightweight and welterweight titles since turning pro in 2008, and he has a slew of belts—and diamond jewelry—to show for his success. The fighter and family man is known to dress up a turtle neck with a diamond Cuban link chain and bust down watch, or keep it custom with a “TCB” diamond initial pendant.