David Diamante is a well-known ring announcer in the United States. He has been dubbed “The Voice of Boxing” by BBC Sport due to his fame as a ring announcer DAZN. He is well-known for his unusual announcing style, in which he repeats each fighter’s last name, lengthy dreadlocks, as well as his famous slogan “The fight begins now!”.
David Diamante Age
David was born in Baltimore, Maryland, in the United States on November 8, 1971. He is 50 years old.
David Diamante Height
David stands at a moderate height of 6 ft 3 in/1.91 m tall.
David Diamante Family
David was born on November 8, 1971, to loving and supportive parents in Baltimore, Maryland, in the United States. David is of white ethnicity and American nationality. As of yet, David has not disclosed any information about his parents or siblings.
David Diamante Wife
David currently resides in New York. He prefers to keep his personal life private, hence he has not disclosed any information about his marital status to the public. Due to this his relationship status remains unknown.
David Diamante Salary
David earns an annual salary of $ 79,508.
DavidDiamante’se Net Worth
David’sapproximated net worth is $1 million.
David Diamante Career
David began calling boxing fights for USA Metro Boxing and the New York Golden Gloves in New York City. David’s first battle took place in the basement of Lower Manhattan’s Church Street Boxing Gym. For many years, he participated in the New York boxing scene, announcing fights for USA Boxing Metro and the New York Golden Gloves. David has since announcedseveralf events on HBO, Showtime, ESPN, DAZN, Fox Sports, NBC, CBS, and Sky Sports.
David signed an exclusive contract with Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom Boxing in 2018, with broadcasts on DAZN and Sky Sports. During the summer of 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic, he served as the official announcer for Matchroom Boxing’s Fight Camp series, It took place in the back garden of Eddie Hearn’s childhood home and Matchroom Boxing’s UK headquarters.
David was crippled by a terrifying motorcycle accident in December 2021. He was riding his motorcycle on Brooklyn’s Third Avenue, directly beneath an elevated stretch of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway. He was transported to the hospital, where physicians performed a battery of scans. There were three fractures in his spine across his body. Several ribs were broken. David’s right knee’s flesh was ripped to the bone. David had five hours of surgery.
He has five-foot dreadlocks and hasn’t cut his hair since 1988. He is a gigantic Caucasian male in a tuxedo with dreadlocks that reach nearly five feet in length. David defended his decision to get dreads, but he wasn’t sure that everyone should feel free to do so. Furthermore, David was hesitant to let himself off the hook: “I may not have gotten it right with my decision to have dreads. But I hope that this is only the beginning of a larger conversation about our differences.”