For years, Regis Prograis has been searching for any opportunity to get back to the quality of fights he felt he deserved as one of the world’s elite fighters.
Prograis’ opportunity came on Saturday night and he made the best of it, knocking out Jose Zepeda in the 11th round to capture the vacant WBC junior welterweight championship.
One of his biggest supporters on the night was his gorgeous wife, Raquel Prograis.
Here’s everything you need to know about Raquel Prograis.
Who is Raquel Prograis?
Raquel Prograis is a Brazilian- American Youtuber married American professional boxer, Regis Prograis.
Raquel Prograis widespread fame came to be when she got married to Regis Prograis.
She is a native of Rio de Janeiro.
Details about her birthdates are off the web.
By looking at her photographs, she might be in her late 20s.
How Regis Prograis and Raquel Prograis met
According to marriedbiography.com, Regis Prograis and Raquel Prograis met through a client.
In December 2012, they tied the knot.
As seen on their social media pages, the couple are extremely close.
Raquel constantly shares appreciative messages about her husband while Regis does the same for her.
Thus, it demonstrates a happy marriage.
Do they have any children together?
Regis Prograis and Raquel Prograis have three children – two girls and a boy.
Their son, Ray was born on October 20, 2013, and daughter Khalessi was born on August 10,
In November 2020, the boxer published the video of his wife, Raquel Prograis delivering her third child from the pool.
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Currently, their son, Ray, turned 9 on October 20 and daughter, Khalessi, is 6.
Photos of their family
Who is Regis Prograis?
Regis Prograis is an American professional boxer currently holding the WBA light welterweight title and the WBC interim light welterweight title.
According to the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board, he is the world’s third best active light welterweight, second by The Ring magazine, and fourth by BoxRec.
Prograis currently has an 84.6% knockout-to-win ratio.
|Date of Birth||1/24/1989|
|Height, Weight||5’8″, 139 lbs|
Prograis is of Louisiana Creole descent and originally from New Orleans.
Hurricane Katrina forced him to relocate in 2005 to Houston, Texas, where he began training at Savannah Boxing Club alongside Evander Holyfield which was a key factor in motivating him to take boxing seriously.
He went on to build an 87-7 amateur record.
As an amateur, Prograis was ranked #4 in the United States, the 2009 Ringside World Champion, 2010 HORN National Champion, won regional Golden Gloves and competed in the 2012 Olympic Trials before turning professional in 2012.