Floyd Mayweather Net Worth

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Floyd Mayweather is a renowned American boxer and Promoter who has a Net Worth of $450 million making him the richest boxer of all time.

Floyd made huge incomes throughout his career as a boxer and used that popularity he gained to establish many businesses that are all doing extremely well and adding to his wealth. his career earnings in boxing alone is estimated to be in the region of $1.1 billion with the fact that almost all his fights are with high profile boxers hence more money invested by promoters.

Floyd Mayweather Net Worth
Floyd Mayweather against Conor McGregor

Floyd Mayweather Net Worth = 450 Million

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Cementing his status as the richest Boxer in history, Floyd also sits 5th on the highest paid athletes of all time list. He is also only one of the six athletes who reach the billion zone in terms of career earnings, rubbing shoulders with the likes of Michael Schumacher who has for himself a career earning of $1 billion, Michael Jordan 1.9 billion, Arnold Palmer, 1.35 billion, Tiger Woods 1.65 billion and Jack Nicklaus 1.15 billion.

While others will have to depend on endorsement deals to add up to their wealth, Floyd Mayweather alone made more than half a billion from two boxing outings, $250 million from his fight against Manny Pacquio in 2015 and $300 million from clash with UFC star Conor McGregor in 2017.

An Angry Floyd during an altercation with an ESPN reporter back in 2013 made public his checking account to prove to him how rich he is, the account balance that time was $123 million

Floyd Mayweather Career Earnings

Floyd Mayweather made very interesting and mind blowing incomes anytime he took to the ring to face an opponent, even outside the ring, he was still able to made $10 million from Endorsements annually.

Arturo Gatti – $3.2 million
Carlos Baldomir – $8 million
Oscar De La Hoya – $25 million
Ricky Hatton – 2008 $20 million
WWE Wrestle Mania – $25 million
Juan Manuel Márquez – $25 million
Sugar Shane Mosley – $30 million
Victor Ortiz – $40 million
Miguel Cotto – $40 million
Robert Guerrero – $50 million
Saul Alvarez – $75 million
Marcos Maidana I – $40 million
Marcos Maidana II – $32 million
Manny Pacquiao – $250 million
Andre Berto – $35 million
Conor McGregor – $300 million
Tenshin Nasukawa – $9 million
Logan Paul – $35 million

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