What is Floyd Mayweather’s net worth? Floyd Mayweather is a Las Vegas-based American boxer and promoter. Floyd Mayweather’s net worth is $450 million, making him the boxing world’s richest fighter ever. Floyd has amassed a career earnings total of more than $1 billion to date.
Floyd Mayweather is one of only six athletes to have earned more than $1 billion in his career. The other five are Michael Schumacher, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Tiger Woods, and Michael Jordan. Floyd’s income statistics are remarkable because he became the fifth highest-paid athlete ever despite having relatively little endorsement revenue. Most of the highest-paid athletes in history earned most or all of their money through endorsement agreements. Floyd made $581 million from just two fights over a span of ten years (2007 to 2017). After defeating Manny Pacquiao, he earned $250 million in 2015. He made $300 million fighting Conor McGregor in 2017.
Floyd Mayweather made a spectacle of himself once again in 2013, this time with an ESPN reporter before his fight against Saul Alvarez. Floyd proudly showed off his checking account balance, which was reported to be $125 million.
Floyd Mayweather was (and is) without a doubt the world’s highest paid athlete throughout his boxing career. Floyd may easily earn $150 – $300 million each year while fighting, even though he has only few endorsement deals. Between June 2014 and June 2015, Floyd made an astounding $300 million. Floyd earned a mind-boggling $300 million between June 2017 and June 2018, mostly due to his bout with Conor McGregor in August 2017. Floyd generally makes around $10 million per year in endorsements outside the ring.
|Net Worth in 2021||$125 Million|
|Previous Year’s |
Net Worth (2020)
|Wealth Source||Boxing Career|
|Cars||Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Bentleys,|
Rolls Royces, Mercedes-Benzes
|Dating||Gallienne Nabila (As of 2021)|
Mayweather Net Worth Revealed
He’s made about $1.2 billion in his career to date, including when he fought Manny Pacquiao in 2015 and Conor McGregor in 2018. To date, has amassed $1.1 billion in earnings throughout his career.
At the height of his career, he was among just five people to make more than one billion dollars. He was always the most well-compensated performing artist in the world during his peak years. For a single timepiece, he received $18 million. The owner of a $60 million Gulfstream G650 private jet has a $25 million Beverly Hills mansion.
Owns a $10 million mansion in Las Vegas. Made $35 million fighting Logan Paul.
Mayweather Career Earnings
Floyd Mayweather Career Earnings
Arturo Gatti June 2005 $3.2 million
Carlos Baldomir November 2006 $8 million
Oscar De La Hoya May 2007 $25 million
Ricky Hatton February 2008 $20 million
WWE Wrestle Mania December 2008 $25 million
Juan Manuel Márquez September 2009 $25 million
Sugar Shane Mosley May 2010 $30 million
Victor Ortiz September 2011 $40 million
Miguel Cotto May 2012 $40 million
Robert Guerrero May 2013 $50 million
Saul Alvarez September 2013 $75 million
Marcos Maidana I May 2014 $40 million
Marcos Maidana II Septeber 2014 $32 million
Manny Pacquiao May 2015 $250 million
Andre Berto September 2015 $35 million
Conor McGregor August 2017 $300 million
Tenshin Nasukawa December 2018 $9 million
Logan Paul June 2021 $35 million
Total $1.022 billion
Mayweather’s career earnings as of this writing total $1.1 BILLION, according to Forbes.
Mayweather Car Collection
Floyd is a multi-millionaire who owns several luxury automobiles. Floyd once commented to an ESPN reporter that he has $15 million worth of expensive cars in his garage that have never been driven. Floyd has acquired more than 100 vehicles from Towbin Motorcars in Las Vegas over the previous two decades. He reportedly pays for his automobiles in cash. Floyd’s most expensive automobile assets include a $5 million Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita, a $3.5 million Bugatti Chiron, THREE $2 million Bugatti Veyrons, a Bugatti Grand Sport Vitesse, a $1.4 million Pagani Huayra, and a limited edition LaFerrari Aperta worth over $1 million. This is only a sample of his spectacular collection. Floyd owns numerous Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Bentleys, Rolls Royces, Mercedes-Benzes among other vehicles.
Floyd allegedly owns 16 Rolls Royces. All of Floyd’s vehicles at one mansion were white, while all of his automobiles at his other mansion were black.
Mayweather Real Estate
Floyd Mayweather purchased an 11-bedroom custom-built mansion in Las Vegas for $10 million as his primary residence since 2018. He paid $10 million for the property. He also owned a 13,000 square foot home in Las Vegas that was his main residence from 2010 until 2018, and he bought it for $9.5 million.
He spent $25.5 million on a Beverly Hills mansion in 2017. He also spent $500,000 on interior furnishings at the time of the sale. This home features a candy shop, 12-seat movie theater, and a 300-bottle wine room.
Floyd paid $18 million for this waterfront mansion on Miami’s Palm Island in August 2021.
Mayweather Private Jets
Floyd Mayweather is not known for his patience, and you’ve probably seen the most expensive plane in the world with its $90 million tag. Floyd Mayweather calls his $60 million Gulfstream G650 “Air Mayweather.” For his 41st birthday this past year, he purchased the jet for himself.
He went to Iceland just to take a photo for Instagram on a dare, according to reports. On the side of the plane, which says “50–o,” are his name and “50—0” (his boxing record). Floyd has two private jets. The second is a $30 million Gulfstream III. Floyd reportedly travels in the G650 with his closest friends, while “Air Mayweather II” flies along with his staff.
Mayweather Jewelry Collection
Floyd has a rather flamboyant appetite for expensive timepieces. He owns more than 40 extremely high-end watches, which he frequently flaunts on social media. Floyd has boasted that when he vacations, he takes about 30 timepieces with him and is always wearing at least $3 million in jewelry.
In 2015, Floyd spent an astounding $18 million on a single timepiece, which was produced by Jacob the Jeweller. This timepiece has 239 emerald-cut baguette diamonds ranging from three to three carats each. “The Billionaire” is the name of the watch.