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Top 10 Richest Boxers In The World right now

For an actual physical game as hazardous as boxing, it’s maybe worth the gamble for the vast majority of the combatants that try to enter the ring for an expert session. Floyd Mayweather’s fight with Manny “Pac-Man” Pacquiao, a former boxing champion, brought in $410 million and 4.6 million PPV purchases in May 2015. Floyd won the fight unanimously.

As a result, it should come as no surprise that some boxers have earned more money in just ten years than some Hollywood actors have done in two decades. Boxing is, without a doubt, a big business and a fun sport that draws celebrities and big investors alike to watch and bet on it.

Here Are The Top 10 Richest Boxers In The World right now :

10. Floyd Mayweather – $450 Million

This multi-division boxer really doesn’t need to be said because he is one of the few boxing greats in the world who retired from the sport with a perfect record of 50 wins and zero losses. Floyd “Money” Mayweather has earned the title of the world’s richest boxer with a net worth of $450 million. He is regarded as the epitome of both defensive boxing intelligence and savvy business investments.

9. George Foreman – $300 Million

George Foreman was born on January 10, 1949, and during his prime, he was one of the most well-known boxers. He entered the sport, like most boxers, in search of a fresh start after a difficult upbringing. only to resume boxing in 1994, at the age of 45. Salton, Inc., who approached Foreman and offered him the position of spokesperson for a fat-reducing grill that had sold over 100 million units by 2009, is responsible for his post-boxing success. His current estimated worth is $300 million. 

8. Manny Pacquiao – $220 Million

Pacquiao’s story is one of tragedy and triumph, as he was brought up in utter poverty in the Philippines. He started boxing when he was 12 years old, and he went on to win around 11 major world titles and eight divisional titles.

On the Forbes list of the 100 highest-paid athletes in 2015, Pacquiao was listed as the second-highest-paid athlete in the world, as stated by His 23 electric pay-per-view fights and $19.2 billion in pay-per-view purchases are estimated to have brought in $1.2 billion in revenue for him.

7. Oscar De La Hoya – $200 Million

Oscar De La Hoya was one of the first professional boxers to successfully transition from boxing to being a promoter and investor in the boxing industry. De La Hoya, on the other hand, had already established his boxing promotion firm, Golden Boy Promotions, in 2002, long before Floyd Mayweather established Mayweather Promotions.

His professional boxing career began in 1992 and lasted until 2009, when he won 10 world titles in six weight classes, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

6. Canelo Alvarez – $180 Million

When he made his professional debut in 2005, Canelo Saul Alvarez took the boxing world by storm with punching power, agility, and speed that simply could not be overlook. His satchel per battle has expanded consistently, from making $12 million in the Mayweather session to $25 million against Amir Khan to $40 million against Gennady Golovkin; All of these earnings exclude the PPV purchases he made. Canelo has made $180 million from his explosive boxing career. 

5. Lennox Lewis – $150 Million

Born in West Ham, London, United Kingdom, Lennox Lewis began his professional boxing career after moving to Canada with his family. There, he competed in the Olympic Games and won gold for his country, earning the title of best boxer in Canada.

Another of his best fights was in 2002 against Iron Mike Tyson, in which he beat Tyson to retain his heavyweight title. In 2004, Lennox retired with a $150 million net worth, 41 wins, two losses, and one draw. 

4. Sugar Ray Leonard – $120 Million

Sugar Ray Leonard has regard as one of the best boxers in the sport in the 1970s and 1980s. Because of his cunning presentation of the magnificence of boxing, he has the nickname “Sugar,” which later became Sugar Beam Leonard. Robinson became the first boxer in boxing history to earn more than $100 million by modeling his fighting style after Muhammad Ali’s elegant and skillful movements.

Against Marvelous Marvin Hagler, Robert Duran, and Thomas Hearns, he earned his biggest payday in boxing. Despite his long retirement and $120 million net worth, he continues to be regard as one of the greatest boxers ever. 

3. Wladimir Klitscho – $90 Million

Boxer Wladimir Klitschko is the brother of Vitali Klitschko and a former professional heavyweight boxer who was born in Ukraine. Wladimir won a number of gold medals, including at the Atlanta Super Olympics in 1996. He retired in 2017 with a net worth of $90 million, according to reports, and earned $23 million for his fight against Fury. 

2. Anthony Joshua – $80 Million

Anthony Joshua was born on October 15, 1989. He is a two-time former unify heavyweight world champion who stands 6-foot-6 inches tall and is built entirely of muscle. Worse still, Joshua lost to Usyk for a second time in 2022, winning $75 million for both of them.

Although Joshua’s professional sports career may have ended with this defeat, his $80 million net worth is sufficient to start a new life. 

1. Vitali Klitschko – $80 Million

This is a record that is rarely mentione in the boxing community: Wladimir Klitschko, the younger brother of Vitali Klitschko, and Vitali Klitschko hold the world record for having fought for the heavyweight title as brothers.

Vitali retired in 2013 at the age of 42 after 47 fights, 45 wins, and 2 losses. Instead, he ran for political office, becoming Mayor of Kyiv in 2014. According to Keeper Facts, he has a net worth of $80 million, and the “Klitschko Era” has even been use to describe his unforgettable period in boxing history.

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