Floyd Mayweather estimated net worth $90 million

Floyd Mayweather estimated net worth $90 million_Floyd Mayweather is a world renowned American boxing champion with an estimated net worth of $90 million. He has achieved six boxing championships in five different weight classes: Super Featherweight, Lightweight, Junior Welterweight, Welterweight twice and Super Welterweight. His professional boxing record is an astonishing 40 wins and 0 losses. Of the 40 wins, 25 were knock outs 15 were decisions.

Floyd’s Career Earnings:

Carlos Baldomir November 4, 2006 – $8 million

Oscar De La Hoya May 5, 2007 – $25 million

Ricky Hatton December 8, 2007 – $25 million

World Wrestling Entertainment Appearance – $20 million

Juan Manuel Márquez September 19, 2009 – $25 million

Sugar Shane Mosley May 14th, 2010 – $30 million

Victor Ortiz September 17th, 2011 – $40 million
How much does Floyd Mayweather make?
$90 Million
Controversy: Despite all the wealth Floyd Mayweather has potentially created through his boxing successes, there are rumors Floyd is not as financially stable as you may think. After his fight with Ricky Hatton, which should have been the peak of his professional and financial career, the IRS announced that Floyd owed $6.1 million in back taxes. Soon after he was sued by a Florida real estate developer who claimed Mayweather backed out of the purchase of an $8.5 million house, he allegedly owed the first installment of $1.7 million. Just a few months later $7.1 million worth of Jewelry was stolen from his home. As recently as September 2009 Floyd was sued by JP Morgan for failing to make payment on a $528,000 Mercedes Maybach 57S. Mayweather borrowed $415,000 at an annual interest rate of 16% in order to pay for the car, he reportedly has not made the $9000 monthly payment in over a year.

On March 13, 2009 Mayweather was scheduled to face the fiercest opponent of his career Manny Pacquiao. The bout was one of the most anticipated fights in years, some were calling it the fight of the decade. Pay per view revenues were expected to exceed $180 million. Of that $180 million, Floyd was to be guaranteed $25 million up front and could have earned an additional $20-25 million based on the pay per view numbers. Not bad for one night’s work but unfortunately Mayweather and Pacquiao could not reach an agreement and the fight never materialized. Instead Floyd will face “Sugar” Shane Mosley on April 1st 2010 and Victor Ortiz in 2011.

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