Daniel Van De Wiele Contract Deal & Salary | How Much He Will Earn Per Match In Main PPV Event

De Wiele Contract Salary

Daniel Van De Wiele

Base Salary: $2,500
Fee/Main PPV Event: $25,000
Yearly Income: $500,000
Status: Active

Daniel Van de Wiele, professional boxing referee from Belgium is listed among the highest paid boxing referees due to his outstanding decision making skills and brilliant insights. He has officiated many big fights and events in his career.

De Wiele started his boxing career as a referee in 1981 and is now considered one of the most experienced boxing referee. The first fight he officiated was between Claudio Bosio and Hosanna Fefe Mobana. He refereed 2001 WBC heavyweight title fight between Lennox Lewis and Hasim Rahman and got huge fame from that. He also got the chance of officiating 2009 WBC heavyweight title fight between Vitaly Klitschko and Juan Carlos Gómez. Daniel Van De Wiele contract deal and salary details revealed as he will be in action in 2022.

Daniel Van De Wiele Contract Deal & Salary

RefereeFee/MatchFee/Main Event MatchYearly Income
Daniel Van De Wiele$2,500$25,000$500,000

Van De Wiele has refereed 1,217 bouts in his career and astonished the world with his intelligent conclusions in his long career. He refereed many main events that makes an increment in his total earnings. Based on the magnitude of PPV fight, his per match fee may accede $25,000. There may be PPV bonuses and travel fees. The last fight he refereed was between Patricia Berghult and Olivia Belkacem.

There are no further details about the contract extension of Van De Wiele while the 2022 boxing schedule released. If he sign a main PPV fight or get retired, we will update the details here.

Leave a Comment