Floyd Mayweather currently has an estimated net worth of $400 million. Mayweather made most of his money from his highly publicized and anticipated fight between Manny Pacquiao. The world-renowned boxing champ is known for being braggadocios about making more money than most of us would ever make in a lifetime.
Floyd Mayweather Net Worth: Brief History
Born Floyd Joy Sinclair, Floyd Mayweather, boxing has always been his passion since childhood. He never for once considered pursuing anything else in life. Mayweather attended Ottawa Hills High School, but dropped out before graduating. Coming from a poor family, the boxer recalls growing up in a one bedroom house with no electricity.
His father, Floyd Mayweather Sr. was a welterweight contender, still remembered for fighting Hall of Famer Sugar Ray Leonard. Two of his uncles, Roger Mayweather and Jeff Mayweather, are world-renowned professional boxers, with the former winning two world championships and fighting a number of Hall of Famers including Pernell Whitaker, Julio Cesar Chavez, and Kotsya Tszyu.
Floyd Mayweather Net Worth: Boxing
Mayweather is an undefeated professional boxer and a five-division world champion, with 12 world titles and four different lineal championships under his belt. He’s also a two-time Fighter of the year, published on Ring Magazine.
In 2007, he won BWAA award (Boxing Writers Association of America) and Best Fighter ESPY Award as the Fighter of the year in 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013 and 2014.
Spike TV recently honored him with ‘The Best Award Ever,’ in 2015. He is currently, rated as 7th greatest pound-for-pound fighter of all time and the greatest in the welterweight category.
Mayweather is the WBA, WBC and Ring champion. He also boasts of being the WBC Super and WBA and Ring Junior middleweight champion, as well.
Floyd Mayweather Net Worth as the Highest Paid Athlete
Mayweather shatters the athletic world as the highest paid athlete in 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015 as listed by Forbes.
In 2007, after pulling away from Bob Arum’s Top Rank he founded the Mayweather promotions, his own boxing promotion agency.
So far, the biggest cash stream the boxer has ever received was in his 2015 bout with Pacquiao. He was guaranteed a cool $25 million just for showing, and a further pay per view disbursement that should have brought in another $25 million. This, mind you, goes without mentioning the share he took from the $500 million fight purse when he won.
Floyd Mayweather Net Worth After Fighting Manny Pacquiao
No one knows the exact amount he made from his fight against Pacquiao, but going by the figures, the boxer must have left for home with not less than $150 million. This, altogether with the rest of the money he made from other ventures, leaves him netted at $400 million on the very least.
At 38, the boxer is still young and therefore expected to hog an even bigger share from the boxing money pit. According to ESPN’s Dan Rafael, his last fight, against Berto, was to make him at least $32 million whether or NOT he won. Floyd won and made home with twice the cash promised.
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Floyd Mayweather Net Worth: Properties
With a net worth of almost half a billion, Mayweather goes by the self proclaimed nickname Money Mayweather and prides himself as the leader of The Money Team (TMT). Mayweather is known for his lavish spending lifestyle. He has a collection of luxury cars worth over $20 million- they include a rare Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita, a $3.5 million Bugatti Veyron a Bugatti Chiron and a host of others. He has two private jets named Air Mayweather 1 and 2. His Instagram profile is awash with photos of his expensive toys and even brief cases filled with money. Money in 2015 paid $7.7 million in cash for an ultra modern mansion in Miami. Mayweather owns two diamond wrist watches priced at over $1 million each.