Floyd Mayweather Net Worth 2021: Salary, Earnings and Endorsements

Floyd Mayweather is a world-renowned boxing athlete. The American is one of the most famous and richest boxers out there. He is one of the highest-paid athletes in the world. Floyd has numerous titles to his name. According to reports, Floyd Mayweather net worth estimates at around $450 million while the boxer’s career earnings is estimated at $1.1 billion.

Mayweather won the WBC lightweight title in 2002, the WBC super lightweight title in 2005, and the IBF, IBO, WBC, and IBA welterweight titles in 2006. In 2007, he won the WBC super welterweight title by defeating Oscar De La Hoya. The boxer earns a huge amount of money from his fights. Here are all the details about Floyd Mayweather net worth, salary, investments and endorsements.

The former world champion is once again steeping inside the boxing to take on YouTuber and boxer Logan Paul in an exhibition fight. This will only increase in 2021 with the lucrative exhibition fight against Logan Paul. Thus, you can expect this figure to rise exponentially.

Floyd Mayweather Net Worth

As per the sources, Floyd Mayweather’s net worth is approximately $450 million. The boxing sensation earns around $300 million per fight. The American boxing champion and promoter is the 5th highest-paid athlete in the world. The primary source of his income comes from sponsorships, endorsements, and fight purse payouts. The boxing legend is expected to earn huge from his upcoming fight against Logan Paul that will only increase his bank balance.

Floyd Mayweather Net Worth

Furthermore, he is only the sixth boxer to cross the career earning mark of $1 billion. The American major source of income is boxing only. Floyd’s other sources of income are few endorsement deals, merchandise and real estate. 

Mayweather‘s Career Earnings

Opponent NameDateMoney Earned
Arturo GattiJune 2005$3.2 million
Carlos BaldomirNovember 2006$8 million
Oscar De La HoyaMay 2007$25 million
Ricky HattonFebruary 2008$20 million
WWE Wrestle ManiaDecember 2008$25 million
Juan Manuel MárquezSeptember 2009$25 million
Sugar Shane MosleyMay 2010$30 million
Victor OrtizSeptember 2011$40 million
Miguel CottoMay 2012$40 million
Robert GuerreroMay 2013$50 million
Saul AlvarezSeptember 2013$75 million
Marcos Maidana IMay 2014$40 million
Marcos Maidana IISeptember 2014$32 million
Manny PacquiaoMay 2015$250 million
Andre BertoSeptember 2015$35 million
Conor McGregorAugust 2017$300 million
Tenshin NasukawaDecember 2018$9 million

Floyd’s Early Life and Career

Born on February 24, 1977, in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Floyd Mayweather started punching at a very young age. He carried on his family tradition of boxing. His father, Floyd Mayweather was also a boxer. The childhood of Mayweather was rough as his mother was a drug addict and his father was sent to jail. Due to which he dropped out of school and started boxing. 

Floyd attained huge success in amateur boxing. He won national Golden Gloves championships in 1993, 1994 and 1996. Also in 1996, he won a bronze medal at the Atlanta Olympics. His amateur record was 84 – 4.

Professional Boxing Career

His first professional fight was on October 11, 1996. In the second round, he knocked out his opponent, Roberto Apodaca and won the fight. He has an impressive record of 50-0. During his career, he faced many fiercest opponents.

Two of the most famous fights of his were against Manny Pacquaio and Conor McGregor. His fight against McGregor was the highest pay per view event in boxing history. At both the occasion, the American emerged victoriously. 

About Floyd Mayweather

NameFloyd Mayweather
Age43
Height5’8″
Reach72″
Net Worth$450 million
Total Fights50
Wins50
Wins By KO27
Net Worth$450 million
Source of wealthFights, endorsement deals & investments
NationalityAmerican

Disclaimer: All the facts and figures about Floyd Mayweather net worth are based on the analysis, research and reports released by trusted sources.

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