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Tyrone Spong grew up on 3 September, 1985 in Paramaribo, Suriname, is a Surinamese martial artist. Find Tyrone Spong’s Bio details, How old?, How tall, Physical Stats, Romance/Affairs, Family and career upbeen in a relationship with?s. Know net worth is He in this year and how He do with money?? Know how He earned most of networth at the age of 35 years of age.

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How old? 36 years of age.
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Born 3 September 1985
Born day 3 September
Birthplace Paramaribo, Suriname

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Tyrone Spong How tall, Weight & Measurements

At 36 years of age. Tyrone Spong height is 1.88 m and Weight 106 kg.

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Weight 106 kg
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Tyrone Spong income

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-2021. So, how much is Tyrone Spong worth at the age of 36 years of age. Tyrone Spong’s income source is mostly from being a successful Artist. Born and raised in . We have estimated Tyrone Spong’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

income in 2021 $1 Million – $5 Million
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Spong was due to face Oleksandr Usyk on October 12, 2019, but the bout was called off after Spong tested positive for the banned substance clomifene. However, his third sample, which was tested by VADA, came back negative.


Spong underwent surgery to repair his broken leg and returned to training in October 2014. On 14 April 2016, he stated that he had retired from kickboxing and was looking forward to new challenges.


Spong decided to begin a career in professional boxing at age 29. He made his boxing debut on March 6, 2015, beating Gabor Farkas by KO in the first round. Spong defeated Juan Carlos Salas by KO in Round 1 at Brave Warriors in Action PPV event on May 27, 2017 in Mexico. On October 7, 2017, Spong won the WBC Latino Heavyweight Championship.


Spong fought in the Glory 15: Istanbul – Light Heavyweight World Championship Tournament in Istanbul, Turkey on April 12, 2014, competing for the inaugural Glory Light Heavyweight Championship. After defeating Saulo Cavalari via unanimous decision in the semifinals, he then faced Gökhan Saki in a highly anticipated rematch in the final. Midway through the opening round, Spong threw a kick to Saki’s left leg. Saki checked the kick, causing Spong’s lower right leg to fracture immediately and end the fight via TKO.


Spong fought Remy Bonjasky at Glory 5: London in London, England on March 23, 2013. Spong won via one-punch KO with a right hook in the second round.

Spong returned to 95 kg to fight in the Glory 9: New York – 2013 95kg Slam in New York City, New York, US on June 22, 2013. He had a scare in the quarter-finals when he was dropped by Michael Duut soon after the bout started, although it was not counted by the referee. Just moments after returning to his feet, Spong landed a crushing right hand on Duut, knocking Duut out and ensuring Spong’s passage to the semifinals against Filip Verlinden. The Verlinden match was a technical battle, with Spong outpointing the Belgian and taking a unanimous decision. A match with Danyo Ilunga awaited him in the final but it ended in a controversial and anticlimactic fashion. As the fight began, both fighters met in the center of the ring and Spong unloaded a flurry of punches. As Ilunga covered up and prepared to counter, referee Mufadel Elghazaoui jumped in and stopped the fight, giving Spong the TKO win at just sixteen seconds of the first round. Although, it was later revealed that there was a “no standing eight count” rule in effect at the event as per the New York State Athletic Commission’s regulations, the stoppage was still deemed premature by much of the kickboxing community.

In a long-awaited rematch, Spong fought Corbett again at Glory 11: Chicago – Heavyweight World Championship Tournament in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, US on October 12, 2013. Spong dropped Corbett twice with left hooks and won by second-round TKO .

Spong faced Angel DeAnda at World Series of Fighting 4 on August 10, 2013, in the main event. Spong won via unanimous decision.


Spong faced Melvin Manhoef at It’s Showtime 2012 in Leeuwarden on January 28, 2012, and won by unanimous decision. He faced the legendary Dutchman Peter Aerts at an It’s Showtime event in Brussels, Belgium on June 30, 2012, and won by knockout in the third round.

Spong made his highly anticipated MMA debut against Travis Bartlett at World Series of Fighting 1 on November 3, 2012, in Las Vegas, Nevada in the light heavyweight (205 lb) division. For his MMA debut he trained with the Blackzilians for over a year with such fighters as K-1 World Grand Prix winner and former Strikeforce heavyweight champion Alistair Overeem and former UFC light heavyweight champions Rashad Evans and Vitor Belfort. Spong knocked out Bartlett at 3:15 of the first round with a straight right.


Spong knocked out Igor Mihaljevic with a left knee in the first round at It’s Showtime 2011 Lyon on May 14, 2011. He defeated Loren Javier Jorge by unanimous decision at It’s Showtime Madrid 2011 on June 18, 2011.


On March 28, 2009, Spong participated in the first K-1 Heavyweight (-100 kg) Title tournament, held in Yokohama, Japan. He was beaten in the semifinals by Gokhan Saki, who won by KO in the extra round.

Spong met Nathan Corbett at Champions of Champions II on June 27, 2009, in what was widely considered a battle between the two best Muay Thai fighters in the world at their weight class, for the W.M.C. world title -93 kg. The fight was close, with Spong knocking Corbett down in the second round, and ended with a controversial decision. In the third round, Corbett knocked Spong out with a right hook causing the referee to stop the fight. However, due to the referee’s misleading hand signals, Corbett rushed back in and knock Spong down once more, not sure that the fight had been stopped. After considerable confusion, the fight was declared a no contest.

After defeating the Worlds heavyweight champion, Kyotaro on December 5, 2009, Spong fought Jerome Le Banner in April 2010. Similarly to the Corbett fight, Spong broke his right hand in the first round and was knocked down. Despite coming back strongly, he lost by decision. At the end of the year, he qualified for the K-1 World Grand Prix 2010 Final, defeating veteran Ray Sefo in an elimination match, only to lose to eventual winner Alistair Overeem at the quarter final stage in what was a more competitive fight than most had predicted, as Overeem was much the bigger fighter. At the start of 2011, Spong had to vacate the It’s Showtime 95MAX world title due to a number of issues, such as not having had a title defense in the allocated two years and his management stating that he had moved up in weight to fight as a heavyweight.


On January 26, 2008, Spong won the World Full Contact Association (WFCA) World Thaiboxing Cruiserweight Championship by defeating Aurelien Duarte. Following this, he won the KO World Series 2008 by defeating Nikos Sokolis via knockout in the first round, and defended his WFCA Muay Thai title by finishing Ondrej Hutnik with a left liver punch in the second round. On April 26, 2008, Spong faced Azem Maksutaj at the K-1 World Grand Prix 2008 in Amsterdam, winning by knockout in the second round. He then defeated Gary Turner via TKO in the first round. On November 29, 2008, he became the inaugural It’s Showtime 95MAX World champion after beating Zabit Samedov by unanimous decision.


In 2007, Spong won the SLAMM world title up to 79 kg by defeating the Thai Yodchai Wor Petchpun via first-round TKO. In the following match, he defeated the Belarusian Dmitry Shakuta.


In 2006, Spong had two significant victories, knockout wins over Muay Thai veteran Joerie Mes and, two weeks later, K-1 fighter Kaoklai Kaennorsing, from Thailand.


In December 2005, at the A-1 Combat Cup in Duisburg, Spong won his first tournament Championship after winning three consecutive fights by knockout.


In 2003, his first year as a professional, Spong won 12 fights. In 2004, he fought Rafi Zouheir at the Battle of Zaandam, winning his first European Muay Thai Title (World Kickboxing Network). In 2004, Spong visited Japan to compete in Shootboxing, losing to Ryuji Goto via unanimous decision. His next fight, in April 2005, was against Belgian Mohammed Ouali for another European Title (WPKL). Spong won the fight by unanimous decision.


Tyrone Spong grew up in Suriname. In 1990 at the age of 5, he moved to the Netherlands with his family. Growing up in the Bijlmermeer neighborhood of Amsterdam, he was often involved in street fighting and began training in kickboxing at thirteen. After getting his “ass whooped” in his first day of training, he was motivated to improve. He had his first match at fifteen and won by first-round knockout. Some of his early sparring partners included Alistair and Valentijn Overeem, and Gilbert Yvel.


Tyrone Clinton Spong (born 3 September 1985) is a Surinamese-Dutch professional boxer and former kickboxer and mixed martial artist. He is the current WBC Latino Heavyweight Champion and WBO Latino Heavyweight Champion, and former WFCA Cruiserweight champion, Glory 95kg Slam Champion and It’s Showtime 95MAX World champion.