Manny Pacquiao's net worth and earnings
The Philipino fighter is one of the most successful boxers in the history of the sport and the only winner of eight different division world champion titles.
Manny Pacquiao is known for having some of the fastest hands in boxing, winning in eight different divisions throughout his career. Coming from humble beginnings, the 42-year-old used boxing as a form of escaping poverty. His career has been nothing short of spectacular, having fought off some of the biggest names in boxing history.
Some of his biggest fights and that left him big purses are Oscar De La Hoya, Ricky Hatton, and Juan Manuel Marquez, but none was more significant than his bout against Floyd Mayweather. The meet between the fighters was named the fight of the century. The matchup was said to raise more than one billion dollars and left Pacquiao a hundred and thirty million purse.
How much is Pacquiao worth?
The diminutive fighter is said to be worth two hundred and twenty million dollars. His multiple streams of revenue have amassed the boxer's fortune. Pacquiao is a political figure in his country of Philipinas and has had a sting into singing and acting, in addition to his endorsements.
Pacquiao's career earnings
Opponent, Earnings, Date
Erik Morales $2,000,000 January 2006
Oscar Larios $1,000,000 July 2006
Erik Morales $3,000,000 November 2006
Jorge Solis $2,000,000 April 2007
Marco Antonio Barrera $2,000,000 October 2007
Oscar De la Hoya $11,000,000 December 2008
Ricky Hatton $12,000,000 May 2009
Miguel Cotto $35,000,000 November 2009
Antonio Margarito $35,000,000 November 2010
Shane Mosely $20,000,000 May 2011
Juan Manuel Marquez $20,000,000 November 2011
Timothy Bradley $20,000,000 June 2012
Juan Manuel Marquez $30,000,000 December 2012
Brandon Rios $30,000,000 November 2013
Timothy Bradley $20,000,000 April 2014
Chris Algieri $20,000,000 November 2014
Floyd Mayweather $130,000,000 May 2015
Timothy Bradley $33,000,000 April 2016
Jesse Vargas $10,000,000 November 2016
Adrien Broner $10,000,000 January 2016
Manny Pacquiao and Yordenis Ugás will face off on 21 August in a Las Vegas fight dubbed 'The Show Must Go On', after Pacquiao's original opponent, Errol Spence Jr, was forced to pull out.