Manny Pacquiao is a professional boxer from the Philippines, who currently serves as the senator of the Philippines. Manny began Boxing professionally from the age of 17 itself, through which he used to earn 2$ each fight.
His professional record is impeccable, winning an unprecedented 59 out of 67 matches he fought and has been earning on an average of $20 to $30 million over the last five years.
Manny Pacquiao's Salary
According to Forbes, the total salary of Manny was estimated to be around $56 million, one of the highest salaries among the professional boxers. Currently, serving as a senator in the Philippines, Manny earns two hundred four thousand Pesos.
The 37-year-old had come out openly to acknowledge the fact that the salary that he earns as the senator is not really enough to sustain his family and the lifestyle in which he is living. This is the reason he has come out of retirement and has made his return to the ring.
Manny Pacquiao's Assets
Manny owns an expensive bungalow in Lagos village, General Santos City. The two-storey bungalow has a swimming pool in the shape of a boxing glove and an iron garden. It is popularly known as “Pac Man's Mansion” among the locals in the area.
Manny is reported to have spent around P35 million on purchasing this property, which is even supposed to house imported furniture from Italy and Japan. Manny also owns a house in Beverly Hills which is estimated to be valued at around $12.5 million.
Manny purchased a high-end matte black colored Ferrari 458 Italia in November 2011. The sports car is valued at $525,000. He also owns a Mercedes SL500 which is valued at around $45,000.
Manny Pacquiao's Endorsements
One of the most sought-after endorsers over the decade, Manny’s endorsements seem to have taken a hit over his recent anti-gay remarks, which was the main reason behind him losing the Nike sponsorship.
After his sponsorship with Nike was broken, Manny announced on his Instagram account that he was picked by Chinese brand Anta as their new global ambassador.