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Mauricio Lara Career Earnings | Purse Payouts | PPV Share Money | Sponsorships

Mauricio Lara Career Earnings
Mauricio Lara Career Earnings | How Much He Earn per fight based on his boxing contract?

Mauricio Lara Acosta is a professional boxer from Mexico who is currently active and hold contract deal with top boxing promotions. He will be back in action this upcoming weekend in pay-per-view fight with British boxer (Leigh Wood). Lara will defend the title “WBA World Featherweight” on 27th May at Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham, England against Wood. Mauricio Lara career earnings based on his fight payouts reported.

OpponentsPursesPPV ShareTotal PayoutsFight Year
Rafael Sanchez Rodriguez$75kN/A$75k2019
Alejandro Palmero$75kN/A$75k2020
Alejandro Palmero$75kN/A$75k2020
Jesus Quijada$75kN/A$75k2020
Sergio Puente$75kN/A$75k2020
Josh Warrington$175kN/A$175k2021
Josh Warrington$275kN/A$275k2021
Emilio Sanchez$200kN/A$200k2022
José Sanmartin$200kN/A$200k2022
Leigh Wood$350k40%$1m (estimated)2023
Leigh Wood$425k45%$1.2m (estimated)2023

In 2015, Mauricio Lara made pro boxing career debut, things did not go well since the start of the career and Lara suffer defeat in debut fight against Julio Carabino. Later he made great comeback to boxing and win back to back five fights in year 2016 dominate opponents like Joel Cordova and Israel Rodriguez Picazo.

Complete details regarding Mauricio Lara career earnings based on his boxing purses will be updated here after each of his pay-per-view fight. He earned career highest purse upto $1m which include pay-per-view bonuses for the fight against (Leigh Wood) in February 2023. His earnings in boxing start increasing per fight after major pay-per-view win against Josh Warrington.