Base Salary: $2,500
Fee/Main PPV Event: $25,000
Yearly Income: $500,000
Jack Reiss, the professional boxing referee from United States has astonished the world with his brilliant decision making skills. He got fame by officiating some big fights and made incredible decisions by considering each move of the boxers.
Reiss started his career as a professional boxing referee in 2000 where he became a referee of boxing match between Nestor Rocha and Manuel Barreto. He surprised the world with his considerable insights and vigilance in the ring while officiating a bout. In his career, he officiated 837 bouts including the matches of big names of boxing world. Jack Reiss contract deal and salary details revealed as he is active and will be in the ring in 2022.
Jack Reiss Contract Deal & Salary
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Reiss current contract earned him a base salary of $2,500 as a match fee while his yearly earnings has crossed $500,000. When he became a part of main PPV fight, his match fee crossed $25,000 and depends upon the magnitude of fight and the value of boxers participating in the match. The last match he officiated was between Custio Clayton and Cameron Krael that take place in December, 2021.
2022 boxing schedule announced. He will be seen in the ring as he holds the contract. If he will sign a deal for a big PPV event, his earnings will surely increase. All the details will be updated here after the matches.