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Roberto Balado was born on 15 February, 1969 in Jovellanos, Cuba, is a Cuban boxer. Discover Roberto Balado's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 25 years old?

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Age 25 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 15 February 1969
Birthday 15 February
Birthplace Jovellanos, Cuba
Date of death July 2, 1994,
Died Place Havana, Cuba
Nationality Cuba

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Roberto Balado Height, Weight & Measurements

At 25 years old, Roberto Balado height is 6′ 0″ and Weight 220 lbs.

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Height 6′ 0″
Weight 220 lbs
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He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.

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Roberto Balado Net Worth

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-2022. So, how much is Roberto Balado worth at the age of 25 years old? Roberto Balado’s income source is mostly from being a successful Boxer. He is from Cuba. We have estimated Roberto Balado's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Net Worth in 2021 Pending
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U.S. Olympic Cup, North America–Europe Duals (+91 kg), Exhibition Hall, Salt Lake City, Utah, June 1990:

Europe–North America Duals (+91 kg), Berlin, Germany, March 1993:

Cuba–USA Duals (+91 kg), Mississippi Coast Coliseum, Biloxi, Mississippi, September 1993:


Balado was at his prime, looking forward to win many forthcoming events, considered by some boxing experts to be the world's second-best fighter after Félix Savón (who competed one weight division below), and being one of the favourites of the 1995 Pan American Games and 1996 Olympics, but died in a car accident.


XXXIII Playa Girón National Championships (+91 kg), Ciego de Avila, Cuba, January 1994:

AIBA World Championships Challenge (+91 kg), Dublin, Ireland, March 1994:

XXVII Giraldo Córdova Cardín Tournament (+91 kg), Cienfuegos, Cuba, May 1994:

VIII World Cup (+91 kg), Bangkok, Thailand, June 1994:

On July 2, 1994, Roberto Balado was driving to train at the headquarters of the Cuban team at the Holveín Quesada National School of Boxing (Escuela Nacional de Boxeo “Holveín Quesada,”) but didn't make it as he died in a crash at a train crossing in Havana.


XXXII Playa Girón National Championships (+91 kg), Matanzas, Cuba, January 1993:

AIBA World Championships Challenge (+91 kg), Istanbul, Turkey, February 1993:

XXVI Giraldo Córdova Cardín Tournament (+91 kg), Sancti Spiritus, Cuba, May 1993:

VII World Championships (+91 kg), Tampere, Finland, June 1993:

XVII Central American and Caribbean Games (+91 kg), Ponce, Puerto Rico, November 1993:


A natural heavyweight, he was Olympic champion (Barcelona 1992), three times world champion (Moscow 1989, Sydney 1991, and Tampere 1993), and five times Cuban national champion. He was also the winner of the Val Barker Trophy for Outstanding Boxer at the 1992 Olympic Games.

XXXI Playa Girón National Championships (+91 kg), Pinar del Río, Cuba, January 1992:

BOXAM Cup (+91 kg), Barcelona, Spain, February 1992:

AIBA World Championships Challenge (+91 kg), Tampa, Florida, March 1992:

XXV Giraldo Córdova Cardín Tournament (+91 kg), Santiago de Cuba, Cuba, May 1992:

XXV Summer Olympics (+91 kg), Barcelona, Spain, July 1992:


XXX Playa Girón National Championships (+91 kg), Camagüey, Cuba, January 1991:

AIBA World Championships Challenge (+91 kg), Bangkok, Thailand, February 1991:

King's Cup (+91 kg), Bangkok, Thailand, April 1991

XXIV Giraldo Córdova Cardín Tournament (+91 kg), Sancti Spiritus, Cuba, June 1991:

XI Pan American Games (+91 kg), Havana, Cuba, August 1991:

World Championships (+91 kg), Sydney, Australia, November 1991:


XXIX Playa Girón National Championships (+91 kg), Cienfuegos, Cuba, January 1990:

AIBA World Championships Challenge (+91 kg), Berlin, Germany, March 1990:

XXIII Giraldo Córdova Cardín Tournament (+91 kg), Manzanillo, Cuba, May 1990:

II Goodwill Games (+91 kg), Seattle, Washington, July 1990:

TSC Tournament (+91 kg), Berlin, East Germany, October 1990:

IV World Cup (+91 kg), Bombay, India, November 1990:


Cuban sport officials questioned the decision to include Balado as the Cuban representative in the superheavyweight class to compete at the 1989 World Championships in Moscow, but he proved the critics wrong and won the event.

XXVIII Playa Girón National Championships (91 kg), Guantánamo, Cuba, January 1989:

XXII Giraldo Córdova Cardín Tournament (+91 kg), Pinar del Río, Cuba, June 1989:

VII Military Spartakiad of the Friendly Armies of the Socialist Countries (+91 kg), Sliven, Bulgaria, June 1989:

World Championships (+91 kg), Moscow, Soviet Union, September 1989:


XXVII Playa Girón National Championships (91 kg), Sancti Spiritus, Cuba, January 1988:

XXXIX Strandzha Cup (91 kg), Sofia, Bulgaria, February 1988:


XXVI Playa Girón National Championships (91 kg), Holguín, Cuba, January 1987:

Gee-Bee Tournament (91 kg), Helsinki, Finland, April 1987:

Intercup (91 kg), Hemsbach, West Germany, April 1987:

Golden Belt Tournament (91 kg), Bucharest, Romania, 1987:

IV Youth World Championships (91 kg), Havana, Cuba, June 1987:

Simón Bolivar Cup (+81 kg), Caracas, Venezuela, September 1987:

XVIII Central America and the Caribbean Championships (91 kg), San José, Costa Rica, November 1987:


XXV Playa Girón National Championships (91 kg), San Jose de las Lajas, Cuba, January 1986:

Golden Belt Tournament (91 kg), Bucharest, Romania, 1986:

XXII Friendship Games (+81 kg), Szolnok, Hungary, August 1986:


In 1984, Cuba's long-time Olympic heavyweight Teófilo Stevenson, although retaining physical strength and staying in shape, and even aspiring to win the fourth gold medal in the 1984 Olympic Games (which Cuba ultimately boycotted,) already needed to pass the torch and find a suitable alternate for the Cuban National Boxing Team.


Roberto Balado Méndez (February 15, 1969 – July 2, 1994) was a Cuban amateur boxer, who competed from 1986 to 1994. At the 1992 Summer Olympics he won a Gold medal in the men's super heavyweight (+91 kg).

Balado was born in Jovellanos, Matanzas, on February 15, 1969. Before his first birthday, the family came to live in Old Havana and shortly thereafter they moved to the El Palenque neighborhood (La Lisa), next to the La Lisa bridge.