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Floyd Mayweather Net Worth 2021


Age 44
Net Worth$450 Million
Source of WealthBoxing
SalaryRetired
CharitiesFloyd Mayweather Jr. Foundation, Ryan seacrest Foundation, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Cure Duchenne, Shriners Hospital for Children, Muscular Dystrophy, Association  
ResidenceLas Vegas, Nevada
SponsorsHublot, Burger King, FanDuel
Marital StatusSingle

Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather Jr. is one of most well-known and richest sportspersons on the face of the planet. With a stellar boxing record of 50-0, Mayweather is known for his defensive game and tiring out his opponents before dispatching them with relative ease. He competed between 1996 and 2015, and made a one-fight comeback in 2017 to face MMA superstar Conor McGregor in a bout that was dubbed as ‘The Money Fight’. 


During his career Mayweather won fifteen major world titles and became not only the richest, but also one of the most decorated boxers of all time. Even before turning professional, he had already won an Olympic bronze medal representing his country and three national Golden Gloves titles.


What is Floyd Mayweather's Net Worth?

 

Floyd Mayweather Jr. v Conor McGregor World Press Tour - New York


Even after being 21 years into his boxing career, Floyd Mayweather’s net worth keeps blowing through the roof. His last fight against Conor McGregor reportedly generated $400,000,000.


If reports are to be believed, Mayweather's guaranteed disclosed paycheck was $100 million. However, Mayweather reportedly earned a whopping $275 million from the fight. His current net worth is estimated to be around $450 Million. 


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Having fought the who's who of the boxing world in Pacquiao, Canelo and De La Hoya to name a few, it is no surprise that he is valued so highly. He was also named Forbes’ Highest Paid Athlete of the last decade, finishing above the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Lebron James and Roger Federer.


Credit: Forbes


Floyd Mayweather Career Earnings 


Floyd Mayweather is more than just a name, it is a brand. This ‘brand’ has helped him bring in a ridiculous amount of money to the sport of boxing. Here are the top 10 fights of Floyd in term of the revenue they generated


SR. NO.DATEFIGHTREVENUE
1May 2, 2015Mayweather vs Pacquaio$400,000,000
2August 26, 2017Mayweather vs McGregor$370,000,000
3September 14, 2013Mayweather vs Canelo$150,000,000
4May 5, 2007Mayweather vs De La Hoya$136,000,000
5May 5, 2012Mayweather vs Cotto$94,000,000
6September 17, 2011Mayweather vs Ortiz$78,440,000
7May 1, 2010Mayweather vs Mosley$78,300,000
8May 4, 2013Mayweather vs Guerrero$60,000,000
9September 13, 2014Mayweather vs Maidana II$60,000,000
10May 3, 2014Mayweather vs Maidana$58,000,000


He also appeared in WWE Wrestlemania in 2008 and reportedly earned $20 Million.


Floyd Mayweather’s House 


It should come as no surprise that Mayweather has a lavish and extravagant lifestyle. His two major properties in Beverly Hills and Las Vegas have a value of $25.5 million and $10 million respectively.


His Los Angeles mansion has a wine cellar, a cinema and a candy shop and he also has a 20 car underground garage in his Las Vegas home.

              Floyd Mayweather’s house in Las Vegas Credit: Kamran Zand/Luxury Estates International


Floyd Mayweather Endorsements 


It might come as a big surprise but Floyd isn’t big on endorsement. His only notable endorsements have come during his fight vs Pacquiao when three brands, Hublot, Burger King and FanDuel had to shell out $1 Million each to be put on his boxing shorts. 


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Mayweather has told Fortune in the past that the reason he does not have endorsement deals is not because brands aren’t interested, but because his baseline for entry is too high for most. Mayweather demands a minimum of $1 million. While that might be true, his past history with the law enforcements might also be a hindrance. 


Floyd Mayweather Jr. v Manny Pacquiao


Floyd Mayweather Investments 


Apart from making millions from his boxing fights, Floyd Mayweather also owns a promotional company, Mayweather Promotions, and his own apparel company TMT. In 2006, he paid $750,000 to opt out of his contract with his then promotion company, Top Rank.


To this day, Floyd negotiates his own contract and is pretty good at it. In 2007, he made $25 million in a fight against Oscar De La Hoya. He also invests in real estate, clothing lines, and marijuana dispensaries.


What does Floyd Mayweather spend his money on?


Credit: Twitter/FloydMayweather


With big money comes big spending. This is true in Mayweather’s case. He has one of the best car collections, if not the best, with almost a 100 cars at his disposal.


His collection include a Bentley Mulsanne, Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport, Ferrari 458 Italia, 599 GTB Fiorano, Enzo, 650S, Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, Lamborghini Murcielago, Porsche 911 Turbo, Rolls-Royce Phantom and a super rare  Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita which there are only two of in the world. 


He also has an expensive watch collection which he is seen flaunting from time to time. Apart from this he also has two private jets that he can just hop on and go wherever he pleases. It is safe to say that the nickname ‘Money’ fits him perfectly.

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