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Joe Goossen Biography
Joe Goossen is a known American sports journalist. Currently calling Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) boxing fights live as a FOX Sports analyst. He works full time as a Southern California-based boxing trainer who came out as prominence guiding some of the sport’s best boxers, such as the Ruelas brothers Gabriel and Rafael, to globe titles.
Joe Goossen Age
Joe Goossen was born in the San Fernando Valley, in the United States on September 7, 1953. He is 68 years old.
Joe Goossen Height
Joe stands at an average height of 5 ft 9 in/1.72 m tall.
Joe Goossen Family
Joe’s father is known as Al, he works as an LAPD homicide detective and taught Joe how to box. Also, he has two brothers namely; Dan Goossen who served as a longtime boxing promoter and agent who promoted fighters including Floyd Mayweather, David Tua, James Toney, Paul Williams, Bernard Hopkins, Lance Whitaker, Joel Casamayor, David Reid, and Mike Tyson, and as a longtime agent for Pete Rose and bouncer-turned-actor Mr. T to the top of his career in the 1980s.
His elder brother Greg Goossen also played from 1965 to 1970 Major League Baseball, mainly for the New York Mets. Joe hasnt disclosed details about his mom.
Joe Goossen Wife
Joe is happily married to Julie Goossen. They exchanged vows in Los Angeles, California on September 25, 1976. The duo has four kids namely Alexandra Jo Goossen born on September 23, 1989, Amanda Mae Goossen born on December 15, 1979, and Caitlin Nancy Goossen born on September 2, 1983, as well as Nicholaus Edward Goossen who was born on August 18, 1978.
Joe Goossen salary
Joe annually receives a salary of $73,261.
Joe Goossen Net Worth
Joe’s estimated net worth is $1 million.
Joe Goossen Career
Joe currently calls Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) boxing fights live as a FOX Sports analyst. He works as a Southern California-based full-time boxing trainer who turned up to fame leading some of the sport’s best boxers, such as the Ruelas brothers Gabriel and Rafael, to globe titles.
Also, he has worked at the Ten Goose Boxing Gym in Van Nuys for several years and trained some of the best boxers in the globe there, such as Diego Corrales, Michael Nunn, Riddick Bowe, Lionel Butler, as well as Shane Mosley, Amir Khan, and among others.