Jason Moloney  Biography, Net worth 2022, Age, Height, Salary, Educational Qualifications, Family Details, Parents, Wife, Children, Brother, Nationality, and more

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All About Jason Moloney

Quick info about Jason Moloney

I am going to tell you some important information related to Jason Moloney through this table.

Quick info about Jason Moloney
Full NameJason Moloney
Nick NameMayhem
Date of birth10 January 1991
AgeAbout 31 years old as of 2022
BirthplaceMelbourne, Australia
Educational qualificationsGraduate Civil Engineer
Wife NameJorja Woodward
ParentsFather's Name- Ahsanul Haq Mollah, Mother's Name- NA
ProfessionProfessional Boxer
NationalityAustralian
StanceOrthodox
Height165 cm
Salary/incomeNA
Net Worth 2022$ 1.15 million 

Jason Moloney Biography

Jason Moloney Biography: Jason was born on January 10, 1991, to the owner of a building company. Jose's mother was a receptionist at a law firm. Jason Moloney also has a brother named Andrew Moloney Andrew Moloney is an Australian professional boxer who won the WBA super-flyweight title in 2020, having previously held the interim title since 2019.

Jason Moloney Biography

Jason graduated in the study. Jason was very fond of boxing since childhood, he also participated in boxing competitions in his school and also won. Jason competed in the 2010 Commonwealth Games in the men's flyweight division.

Jason's first fight was Jason's fight against Michael Conlon of Uttaraland, Jason fought his first fight very well. Jason beats Michael who was one of the best fighters. After winning, Jason will face Oteng in the men's quarterfinals who lost by a close points decision. 

Jason's real career began in 2014. 

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Jason Professional career

Jason Professional Career: Jason became Peshawar in August 2014 after the 2014 Rastia Amateur Championships. Jason started his career on 15 August 2014 by fighting against Chatri Sariphan.  

Jason then scored a 5–0 record during the following year before being scheduled to face Markville Salavana for the WBA Oceania Super Bantamweight title on 18 December 2015. Salavana swelled in his entire body, due to which he was retired from the fight at the end of the fifth round.

Jason Professional career

Johnson defends his first WBA Oceania book against Junior Bajaj on March 19, 2016. Jason faced Matias Agustin Arriagada in a non-title match on 20 May 2016. Jason then faced Wirden Rivera in another non-title match on June 24, 2016. 

Jason then faced Jeffrey Francisco in another non-title match on August 3, 2016. Jason won the fight with scores of 59-54, 59-54, and 60-53. Jason defended his second WBA Oceania Super Bantamweight title on 8 October 2016 against Gerpaul Valero at Melbourne Park in Melbourne, Australia.

Jason faced Marco DeMesillo in his first fight in a non-title match. Jason won the fight by scoring 80-69, 80-71, and 80-70. Jason had the fifth and final defense of his secondary WBA title against Lolito Sonsona. Jason won the fight by scoring 100-90, 99-91, and 100-90. 

Jason moves to bantamweight after Jason wins the Waba Oceania Super title for the fifth time. Jason then faced Moloney for the WBA Oceania Bantamweight Title on October 21, 2017 Jason won the fight by stoppage. 

Jason made his first WBA appearance on 24 February 2018 against WBO title challenger Emmanuel Naidjala, with the vacant Commonwealth bantamweight title on the line. Jason won this fight too. Jason participated in the second season of the World Boxing Super Series, in October 2018 and November 2019.

Jason Professional career

Jason faced undefeated 18-0 IBF Bantamweight Champion Emmanuel Rodriguez in the tournament quarterfinals at the Editions Financial Arena in Orlando, Florida on October 20, 2018. Jason fought with a lot of boxers and Jason won. Jason then made his third defense of his secondary title against Chris Paulino on 30 March 2019.

Jason defended his fourth WBA Oceania title against Goodluck Maremma on June 15, 2019, after a March 30 fight. Jason then went on to defend his fifth and final WBA Oceania title against WBC Super-flyweight title challenger Dixon Flores.

Jason Moloney faced Joshua Greer Jr. for the WBC silver bantamweight title in 2021 at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Jason won ye fight too Jason won the fight with scores of 98-92, 98-92, and 96-94.

Professional boxing record

I am telling you about Jason's professional boxing record.

Professional boxing record

Professional record summary:

25 Fights23 Wins2 Losses
By knockout 191
By decision 41

No.ResultRecordOpponent TypeRound, time DateLocationNotes
25Win23-2Aston PalicteTKO3 (10), 2:35 5 Jun 2022Marvel Stadium, Melbourne, AustraliaRetained WBC Silver bantamweight title,  Won vacant WBO International bantamweight title 
24Win22-2 Joshua Greer Jr.UD1014 Aug 2021 Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Tulsa, Oklahoma, US Won vacant WBC Silver bantamweight title 
23Loss21-2 Naoya InoueKO7 (12), 2:59 31 Oct 2020 MGM Grand Conference Center, Paradise, Nevada, US For WBA (Super), IBF, and The Ring bantamweight titles 
22Win21-1Leonardo Baez RTD7 (10), 3:00 25 Jun 2020 MGM Grand Conference Center, Paradise, Nevada, US 
21Win20-1Dixon FloresKO2 (10), 1:2615 Nov 2019Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne, AustraliaRetained WBA Oceania bantamweight title 
20Win19-1Goodluck Mrema KO3 (10), 2:23 15 Jun 2019 Seagulls Rugby League Club, Tweed Heads, Australia Retained WBA Oceania bantamweight title 
19Win18-1Cris Paulino TKO5 (10), 2:59 30 Mar 2019 Seagulls Rugby League Club, Tweed Heads, Australia Retained WBA Oceania bantamweight title 
18Loss17-1Emmanuel RodríguezSD1220 Oct 2018  CFE Arena, Orlando, Florida, US For the IBF bantamweight title; World Boxing Super Series: bantamweight quarter-final
17Win17-0Kohei KonoRTD6 (12), 3:00 19 May 2018 Town Hall, Malvern, Australia Retained WBA Oceania bantamweight title 
16Win16-0Immanuel Naidjala TKO3 (12), 1:14 24 Feb 2018 St Kilda Town Hall, Melbourne, Australia Retained WBA Oceania bantamweight title; Won vacant Commonwealth bantamweight title 
15Win15-0Julias Kisarawe KO1 (10), 2:58 21 Oct 2017 Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia Won vacant WBA Oceania bantamweight title 
14Win14-0Lolito Sonsona UD1019 Aug 2017 Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia Won vacant WBA Oceania bantamweight title 
13Win13-0Emanuel Armendariz TKO5 (10), 0:53 3 Jun 2017 Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia Retained WBA Oceania super bantamweight title;  Won vacant OPBF Silver super bantamweight title 
12Win12-0Marco Demecillo UD83 Feb 2017Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, Australia 
11Win11-0Enrique Bernache TKO6 (10), 0:21 10 Dec 2016 Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia Retained WBA Oceania super bantamweight title 
10Win10-0Gerpaul Valero TKO7 (10), 2:05 8 Oct 2016 Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia Retained WBA Oceania super bantamweight title 
9Win9-0Jeffrey Francisco UD63 Aug 2016 Hisense Arena, Melbourne, Australia 
8Win8-0Virden Rivera KO3 (10)24 Jun 2016 Town Hall, Melbourne, Australia 
7Win7-0Matias Agustin Arriagada TKO5 (8), 2:55 20 May 2016 The Melbourne Pavilion, Melbourne, Australia 
6Win6-0Junior Bajawa TKO4 (10), 1:18 19 Mar 2016 Town Hall, Melbourne, Australia Retained WBA Oceania super bantamweight title 
5Win5-0Markquil Salvana RTD5 (10), 3:00 18 Dec 2015 Town Hall, Melbourne, Australia Won vacant WBA Oceania super bantamweight title 
4Win4-0Danilo Gabisay TKO5 (6), 2:14 19 Aug 2015 Hisense Arena, Melbourne, Australia 
3Win3-0Alvin Bais TKO3 (6), 1:17 6 Mar 2015 Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne, Australia 
2Win2-0Egy Rozten TKO1 (6), 1:58 17 Oct 2014 La Mirage Receptions & Convention Centre, Melbourne, Australia 
1Win1-0Chatri Sariphan TKO1 (6), 2:50 15 Aug 2014 The Melbourne Pavilion, Melbourne, Australia 

Facts about Jason Moloney

Now let's talk about some interesting facts about Jason Moloney. Just like any popular personality, He also has some interesting facts, Which I am sharing about him below. 

Facts about Jason Moloney
  1. Jason Moloney was born on 10 January 1991.
  2. Jason is a twin brother to Andrew Moloney, who is also a professional boxer.
  3. Jason loved boxing since childhood.
  4. Jason won many boxing games in his school time.
  5. Jason started his professional career in 2014.

FAQs about Jason Moloney 

Let's now discuss some most asked questions about him and their answers below. Here I am sharing all the most frequently asked questions and their answers, If you have some more questions in your mind about him, then let me know below.

FAQs about Jason Moloney

1. Who is Jason Moloney?

Ans. Jason Moloney is an Australian professional boxer who was challenged twice for the IBF bantamweight title. At the regional level, he has held the WBA Oceania bantamweight title since 2017 and held the Commonwealth bantamweight title in 2018.

2. Where was Jason Moloney born?

Ans. He was born in Melbourne, Australia.

3. What is the date of birth of Jason Moloney?

Ans. Jason's date of birth is 10 January 1991.

4. Is Jason Moloney married?

Ans. Yes, he is married.

5. Jason Moloney Wikipedia?

Ans. You can aslo read about him on Wikipedia here.

Conclusion:

Here I tried to share everything about Jason Moloney, if you think something is missing in the above post then let me know in the comments below. If I will find things important to include in this post, then I will update the info here.

Published by: Kamakshi Karanwal Updated: Oct 26, 2022, 10:59am

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