Born in Austin, Texas in January 1971. American female retired boxer and professional boxing coach Ann Wolfe has an estimated net worth of $3 million. Being known as one of the best fighter and toughest puncher in women’s boxing history, Wolfie had been the world titles’ holder in four different weight classes at the same time. Asides from being a successful boxer, she also serves as a coach and personal trainer to a number of professional boxers including junior middleweight James Kirkland. She set a record of 3 – 1 as an amateur boxer and competed at the 1998 U.S National Championships. She won against Brenda Lee Bell when she turned pro for the first time. She received the IFBA Jr. Middleweight title and the vacant WIBA Light Middleweight title following her victories over Vienna Williams and Gina Nicholas respectively. She also won the vacant IFBA World Super Middleweight title after defeating Marsha Valley and beat Valeria Mahfood to claim the NABA World Super Middleweight Championship. She defeated the unbeatable Vonda Ward to claim the IBA World Light Heavyweight Championship. Ann Wolfie bade her farewell to boxing in 2006 with a professional record of 24 – 1 with 16 knockouts. She is now concentrating on her training career.