Who is Boxer Christina Cruz? Wikipedia and Age

The Latin-American boxer Christina Cruz is 39-years old. She was born on December 12, 1982, in Hill's Kitchen, New York. The boxer currently resides in her birthplace, Hill's Kicthen. 

Cruz grew up with two siblings in Puerto Rican family in New York City. She is all set to make her pro-debut at Madison Square Garden on August 3. It is just within walking distance of her home neighborhood of Hell's Kicthen in Manhattan. 

Cruz is very active on her verified Instagram account with 23.1K followers. As per her bio, she is a world medalist two times in the Puerto Rican Olympic Qualifying Team. 

Christina Cruz Is Quiet About Her Salary and Net Worth

The estimated net worth of the American boxer is unknown to the Internet. There are no reports of her annual income or her salary out there. 

Though she has not revealed her properties or any valuable assets, she is doing good in her career. The seven-times US National champion is all set to make her pro-debut at Madison Square Garden. 

The boxer was scheduled to represent Puerto Rica for the Olympics qualifier. However, it got canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. She started boxing back in 2006 from a local club in New York. 

Since starting her career, she has won two gold medals in the bantamweight division. Moreover, she holds the record for the most consecutive NY Golden Glove. At the time, she broke the records of Mark Breland's records of 5 in 2012. 

Does Christina Cruz Have A Boyfriend?

The Latin-American Christina Cruz is dating American gymnast Brandon Wynn. He is the most decorated American Gymnast on the Rings Of USA. According to his Instagram bio, he is also a real estate agent. 

The couple posts each other on their Instagram profile. Wynn also posted a sweet birthday tribute while praising Cruz on his Instagram. 

Records of Seven-Time US National Champion, Christina Cruz 

Christina Cruz has made several records since starting her career in 2006. She is the first female boxer to compete for Team USA at the 2011 Pan Am Games. 

Moreover, she is also the first female boxer who made her spot in the first-ever 2012 Olympics Trials. Cruz is one of the most decorated boxers In New York Golden Gloves history with ten consecutive tiles. 

She has been featured in Ring Magazine and CNN Latinos with Soledad O'Brien.