Yasemin Jack

Yasemin Jack – The Wife of Professional Boxer Badou Jack

Yasemin Jack is a Swedish woman. She is married to professional boxer Badou Jack, a two-time world champion in both WBC super middleweight and WBA light-heavy weight categories.

Although Yasemin is an accomplished athlete, she remains quite private when it comes to her personal life and does not share much on the internet regarding her age, early life details, family details or religion.

Early Life and Education

Yasemin Jack has found love with Gambian-Swedish professional boxer Badou Jack since October 3 2014, giving birth to their daughter Malaniyah April 14 2016 and son Malik March 16 2018 respectively. They tied the knot on October 3, 2014. Malaniyah celebrated her first birthday April 14, 2016. Similarly Malik arrived March 16, 2018.

Love and commitment between this couple is evident as they prioritize their children’s wellbeing over anything else. They cherish and protect the privacy of their offspring while prioritizing their wellbeing over anything else.

Since little is known about Yasemin’s early life, it can only be assumed that she hails from Sweden and was born there. With fair skin and beautiful grey eyes to match, her smile perfectly complements them both.

Professional Career

Yasemin Jack has long been recognized in the boxing world as Badou Jack is one of the top Gambian-Swedish professional boxers. Her charitable work extends well beyond her husband and they established The Badou Jack Foundation which assists refugee children in sectors like food and nutrition, education and refuge rehabilitation.

The couple share an intimate bond and display strong parental care for their kids, although details about them may remain private. While Yasemin may not share much about her career on social media or disclose any details of it – her height and body measurements remain unknown but it is believed she stands a bit shorter than her husband.

Achievement and Honors

Badou Jack, whom she is married to and shares two children, co-directs the Badou Jack Foundation that assists refugee children based out of Las Vegas.

Badou Jack, born to Gambian parents and Swedish mothers, has won world titles in two weight classes since 2001. He is an accomplished professional boxer – winning 23 bouts since then!

He has amassed 22 victories and 2 draws throughout his career, but during one fight an accidental head collision left a vertical cut on his forehead that required stitches to close it up and restore functionality; covering almost the entirety of his brow height; his cranium is estimated to be 75% larger than before the incident occurred.

Personal Life

Yasemin Jack has been married to professional Gambian-Swedish boxer husband for six years. They share custody of Malaniyah and Malik Jack whom they adore dearly and maintain a tight-knit family life; rarely posting updates of either child on social media. Instead, preferring to keep personal life private.

Badou Jack was born in Stockholm, Sweden on October 31, 1983 to Eva Nyberg while his identity remains unknown. He adheres to Islam religion. Badou is also an accomplished fighter who has defeated many of his rivals within the ring. Furthermore, Badou supports athletes who choose not to stand during national anthem in protest against police brutality.

Net Worth

Badou Jack has earned an impressive amount of wealth through his boxing career, becoming world champions in two weight divisions and amassing an estimated net worth of $6 Million.

Yasemin Jack, his spouse, has also earned a significant sum from her career. She completed high school with honors and is an intelligent individual.

On October 3, 2014, this couple tied the knot. Since then they have welcomed Malaniyah and Malik into their lives as happily as ever in Las Vegas.

She is an active social media user with over 30 followers on her Facebook page. Her incredible physique makes her the ideal match for her husband; with beautiful gray eyes and light complexion skin.

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