Net Worth and Salary

Net Worth and Salary


Samuel Edgar Langford

Samuel Edgar Langford’s net worth is $5 million.

Samuel Edgar Langford

Who is Samuel Edgar Langford?

Samuel Edgar Langford, for example, overcame numerous obstacles in his life to achieve well-deserved success. Known colloquially as ‘History’s Forgotten Boxer,’ Samuel Edgar Langford, a boxing Hall of Famer, is recognized for his raw power, drive, and never-say-die mentality.

Samuel Edgar Langford-Birth, Parents, Siblings & Education

Samuel Edgar Langford was born in Weymouth Falls, Nova Scotia, a small town founded by ex-slaves and black loyalists.

William Langford, Langford’s grandpa, was one of those active in the community’s formation.

Net Worth of Samuel Edgar Langford? Salary, Earning

Samuel Edgar Langford’s net worth is $5 million.

Facts of Samuel Edgar Langford

Full name Samuel Edgar Langford
Also known as Sam Langford
Nickname Boston Tar Baby, Boston Terror, and Boston Bonecrusher
Birthday March 4, 1883 – January 12, 1956
Age 72 years
Sun sign Pisces
Traits Positive: Flirtatious, charming, romantic, introverted, and emotional
Negative: Sensitive, pessimistic, lazy and money-minded
Birthplace Weymouth Falls, Nova Scotia, Canadian
Place of death Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A
Currently residing Not applicable
Nationality Canadian
Parents Thomas Langford,
Elizabeth Langford
Grandparents William Langford
Siblings No information
Marital status Married
Spouse No information
Children Ida Jarvis
Education No information
Profession Boxer
Height 5 feet 7 inches / 171 kg
Reach 73 inches (188 cm)
Career stats 293 matches (167 – 38 – 37); 117 KOs
Eye color Black
Hair Color Black

Relationship, Married life, Boyfriend/Girlfriend

Samuel Edgar Langford’s relationship is unknown. He is said to be married.

Body Measurement- Height, Weight, Hair Color

Samuel Edgar Langford’s height is 5 feet 7 inches and his weight is 171 kg.

Samuel Edgar Langford-Professional Career

Samuel Edgar Langford
Samuel Edgar showing off his skill source: YouTube

Langford career began at the age of 16 against Jack McVicker.

Sam won by knockout in his debut match.

Langford was given the opportunity to compete for the lightweight division world champion title against Joe Grans shortly after his professional debut.

Joe Grans became the first African-American to win a world title.

The bout lasted 15 rounds until Sam was proclaimed the winner.

After it was discovered that he weighed slightly more than the 135-pound weight limit, he was not awarded the championship belt.

However, Sam Langford would be denied a title several times in the future.

As previously stated, adversity and bad luck dogged him throughout his career and life.

Social Media

Samuel Edgar social media is unknown.

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Quick Facts of Samuel Edgar Langford

  •  Langford began his professional boxing career as a lightweight.
  •  Langford is ranked among the top ten fighters of all time by Ring Magazine.
  • Edgar retired from boxing after his final fight and vanished from public view.
  • Edgar sadly, lived in Harlem, New York, and was fully blind.
  • In 1955, Samuel  was the first non-champion to be admitted into Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame.