Who Are Yordenis Ugas Parents?

Yordenis Ugas Hernandez was born in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba, on July 14, 1986, to his parents. His ethnicity details are still under review.

His father’s name is still unknown but his mother’s name is Milagros.

There is very little information related to his parents. We came to know that his parents have been very supportive of his career development.

His nickname “54 Milagros” derives from his mother and his best friend, who both wear the number 54.

Since his boyhood, the 2017 bronze medalist has been interested in and focused on being a professional boxer.

About Yordenis Ugas Family And Ethnicity

54 Milagros himself denies disclosing anything regarding his personal life.

He does publish images with his fiancee, Dayanara Leon on a regular basis. Leon is a strong supporter since she attends nearly every news conference and battle.

The duo appears to be romantically involved. He is alleged to have started seeing her in April of this year.

Yordenis also has a son named Yordenis Ugas Jr, who was born in 2015 and is presently 6 years old, according to reports. Ugas has expressed his gratitude for having Ugas Jr as his son, despite the fact that he is autistic.

Find Yordenis Ugas Net Worth

Yordenis Ugas, an Olympic athlete, is said to have a net worth of around US$15 million, according to reports.

His major source of income is boxing, which he does with the help of numerous sponsors. The boxer is already a billionaire, and his most recent victory over Manny has added to his fortune.

On average, a well-trained professional boxer earns $609,000 a year. He is enjoying a comfortable life as a professional athlete, highly compensated for his talent and reputation.

Meet Yordenis Ugas On Instagram

Yordenis Ugas is active on Instagram under the userhandle @yordenis_… He has over 236K followers on his official account.

From his official account, the athlete has made 824 posts. Yordenis earned a gold medal at the 2005 World Championships and a bronze medal in the 2018 Olympics in the lightweight class.

In 2006, he won the Central American Championships alongside his Cuban squad, who also won the Boxing World Cup.