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Floyd Mayweather Jr Career Earnings | Purse Payouts | How Much He Earn Per Exhibition Bout PPV Money?

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Floyd Mayweather Jr Career Earnings

Floyd Mayweather Jr is a professional boxer. He is retired from the pro boxing currently competing in exhibition bouts and still making 50% more money than richest boxers in the world who are active in their pro careers. In 1996, Mayweather Jr made pro debut and defeat opponent Roberto Apodaca. The 46 year old still hold his undefeated streak since 1996. Floyd Mayweather Jr career earnings, purse payouts, TV rights money, endorsement earnings per fight reported.

OpponentsPurseTV Rights MoneyEndorsements BonusPPV ShareFight Year
Tony Pep$75kN/AN/AN/A1998
Genaro Hernández$75kN/AN/AN/A1998
Angel Manfredy$150kN/AN/AN/A1998
Carlos Rios$150kN/AN/AN/A1999
Justin Juuko$150kN/AN/AN/A1999
Carlos Gerena$150kN/AN/AN/A1999
Gregorio Vargas$275kN/AN/A50%2000
Emanuel Augustus$275kN/AN/A50%2000
Diego Corrales$275kN/AN/A50%2001
Carlos Hernández$275kN/AN/A50%2001
Jesús Chávez$400kN/AN/A50%2001
José Luis Castillo$400kN/AN/A50%2002
José Luis Castillo$500kN/AN/A50%2002
Victoriano Sosa$1mN/AN/A50%2003
Phillip N’dou$1mN/AN/A50%2003
DeMarcus Corley$1.5m$250kN/A50%2004
Henry Bruseles$3m$500kN/A50%2005
Arturo Gatti$3.2 million$500,000N/A50%2005
Sharmba Mitchell$5 million$300,000$500,00050%2005
Zab Judah$5 million$1.5 million$2 million50%2006
Carlos Baldomir$8 millionN/AN/A50%2006
Oscar De La Hoya$25 million$5 millionN/A50%2007
Ricky Hatton$50 million$5 millionN/A50%2007
Juan Manuel Márquez$10.5 million$500,000$1.5 million50%2009
Shane Mosley$40 millionN/AN/A50%2010
Victor Ortiz$25 million$3 million$10 million50%2011
Miguel Cotto$32 millionN/A$10 million50%2012
Robert Guerrero$32 millionN/AN/A60%2013
Canelo Álvarez$41.5 million$2.5 million$5 million60%2013
Marcos Maidana$32 million$10 millionN/A60%2014
Marcos Maidana$32 million$5 million$10 million70%2014
Manny Pacquiao$285 millionN/A$15 million50%2015
Andre Berto$32 millionN/AN/A60%2015
Conor McGregor$275 million$20 million$5 million65%2017
Nasukawa$9 millionN/AN/A70%2018
Logan Paul$10mN/AN/A70%2021
Don Moore$10mN/AN/A70%2022
Mikuru Asakura$10mN/AN/A70%2022
Deji Olatunji$10mN/AN/A80%2022
Aaron Chalmers$10mN/AN/A80%2023
How Much Floyd Mayweather Jr Earn for Exhibition Bouts?

Mayweather Jr after retiring from professional boxing career, start taking part in the exhibition bouts worldwide. The first exhibition fight take place between Floyd Mayweather Jr and Tenshin Nasukawa. UK and US media outlets reported that he generated guaranteed purse $10m from the fight, the pay-per-view money figures were estimated based on PPV points his overall earnings increased to maximum $50m.

  • Two years later, Mayweather Jr once again announced his return to boxing ring in exhibition bout he faced Logan Paul who is brother (Jake Paul) who can be the next opponent of Mayweather Jr. The fight generated revenue of $50m. Mayweather Jr earned guaranteed purse for the $10m and based on ppv points his earnings increased to $75m while Logan Paul earned over all $10m for the fight.
  • Mayweather Jr once again entering to the boxing ring his fight is schedule with opponent Aaron Chalmers, he will earn guaranteed purse $10m from the fight and based on pay-per-view sales his overall earnings exceed to $30m to $40m figures.

Further details regarding to Floyd Mayweather Jr career earnings, purse payouts from exhibition bouts will be reported here after each of his pay-per-view appearance.