Who is Ann Wolfe?

Ann Wolfe is a former professional American boxer who is well-known as the greatest female fighter in the world of boxing. She has competed in four weight divisions and goes by the nickname of Brown Sugar. She has also trained numerous professional boxers including James Kirkland who was the regional WBO_NABO junior middleweight champion in 2008. She has an orthodox stance and loves to dominate the opponent with her stronger side. Ann Wolfe can also be seen playing the role of Amazon Artemis in ‘Wonder Woman’ in 2017.

Quick Info
Full NameAnn Wolfe
Date of Birth17 January 1971
Birth PlaceAustin, Texas, USA
ProfessionFormer Boxer
Boxing RecordTotal fights 26
Wins 24
Wins by KO 16
Losses 1
Draws 0
No contests 1
Net worthUS $3 million

Early Life and Struggles

Ann Wolfe was born on 17 January 1971 in Austin, Texas to parents whose information is not available. Nothing is known about her siblings either but it is known that her childhood was not easy. In the year 1996, she moved to Austin from Oberlin in the year 1996 and was homeless. She used to work as a construction worker to feed herself and her two daughters. Eventually, she met trainer Pops Billingsley with whom she trained and fought most of her amateur fights. She joined the world of boxing through Billingsley and worked her way to the top. Ann Wolfe is currently a trainer and a business owner and has acted as a mentor to many of her pupils in the gym.

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Professional Career

Ann Wolfe gave her debut performance on 17 October 1998 when she fought against Brenda Drexel to grab the win via split decision. Likewise, on 9 October 1999, she fought her second professional fight against Dakota Stone in which she won via unanimous decision. The third, fourth, and fifth victory of her professional career came when she won the matches against opponents, Demetra Jones, on 20 January 2000, and Mary Ann Almaguer on 11 February 2000 via TKO (Technical Knockout) and against Gina Nicholas on 26 April 2000 via KO (Knockout).

Her fight against Christine Robinson which took place on 24 March 2000 was declared a no-contest after a cut was caused by an accidental headbutt. The only loss of her professional career came on 30 November 2000 in a fight against Valerie Mahfood in which she lost via TKO. Ann Wolfe went on to win two more matches before winning her first professional title and being named the IFBA Junior Middleweight Champion on 15 March 2001 when she won the match against Vienna Williams via unanimous decision.

She fought and won the match against Diane Clarke via corner stoppage on 14 July 2001 and then won a second match against Gina Nicholas on 16 November 2001 via TKO to be named the WIBA Light Middleweight Champion alongside the IFBA Junior Middleweight title. She fought and won four more matches grabbing the vacant IFBA Super Middleweight title and the vacant WIBC Super Middleweight title along the way before fighting against Valerie Mahfood again on 23 August 2003.

Her victory came in a form of a unanimous decision and sweet revenge against Mahfood with whom she lost via TKO three years prior. She fought and won the 18th match of her career against Deborah Fettkether on 11 October 2003 via unanimous decision and fought and won her 19th professional match against Vonda Ward on 8 May 2004 via KO. With this victory, she also joined the professional boxer Henry Armstrong in having three world titles in different weight classes at the same time with the WIBA Light Heavyweight Championship and the vacant IBA Female Light Heavyweight Championship.

Likewise, she won two more professional matches before defending her IBA Female Light Heavyweight title against Marsha Valley on 18 June 2005 and against Valerie Mahfood on 20 August 2005. The last professional fight before the retirement of Wolfe’s career came on 4 June 2006 when she fought and won the fight against Lisa Posted via unanimous decision.

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Ann Wolfe was cast by director Patty Jenkins for the role of Artemis, an Amazon warrior in the 2017 American superhero movie, ‘Wonder Woman’ alongside stars like Gal Gadot, Danny Huston

Professional Career

Ann Wolfe had a dominant professional boxing career. She fought a total of 26 professional fights during her career in which she grabbed 24 wins (16 wins via KO and 8 wins via decision), lost only 1, and one match was declared no contest.


Nationality and Physical Stats

Ann Wolfe holds an American nationality. She stands at a height of 5 feet and 9 inches (1.75m/175cms) tall and weighs around 75kgs (165lbs) with a reach of 71 inches (181cms). Moreover, she has a pair of dark brown colored eyes with black colored hair.

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Ann Wolfe is active on social media platforms. Her Instagram account (@realannwolfe) has over 1.3 thousand followers and her Twitter account (@AnnWolfeBoxing) has over 3 thousand followers but none of the above-mentioned accounts has been verified yet.


Net Worth

Ann Wolfe came from nothing and made her way to the very top in the world of boxing. As of the year 2021, she has an approximate net worth of $3 million.