Floyd Mayweather Net Worth!

Who is Floyd Mayweather

American boxer Floyd Mayweather Net Worth Jr., who is now retired, started his career in 1996, not long after taking home a bronze medal from the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta. In addition to going unbeaten throughout a two-decade career that came to an end in 2017, Mayweather Jr. became the era’s most dominant money-spinning fighter.

Floyd Mayweather Net Worth

Originally Floyd Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s birthdate is shown on Joy Sinclair’s documents as February 24, 1977. Deborah Sinclair and Floyd Mayweather Senior welcomed him into the world. Deborah Sinclair, Floyd’s mother, is descended from Jamaicans.

Regarding her personal facts, such her life expectancy and date of birth, not much is known. Generally speaking, though, she avoids the spotlight that her son’s fame continuously steals from him. Conversely, Mayweather Jr. and his father had a tense relationship. Junior was being trained by Senior when he was still developing.

However, in terms of their working relationship, there were ups and downs. Grand Rapids, Michigan is Floyd’s birthplace.

Basic Info

CategoryRichest Athletes › Boxers
Net Worth$450 million
Salary$300 Million Per Fight
BirthdateFeb 24, 1977 (46 years old)
BirthplaceGrand Rapids
Height5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
ProfessionProfessional Boxer, Athlete, Actor
NationalityUnited States of America

Key Facts

  • Made $250 million fighting Manny Pacquiao in 2015
  • Made $300 million fighting Conor McGregor in 2018
  • Has earned $1.1 billion in his career to date
  • One of just five athletes to earn more than $1 billion
  • Was consistently the highest-paid entertainer in the world at his career peak
  • Once paid $18 million for a single watch
  • Owns a $60 million Gulfstream G650 private jet
  • Owns a $25 million Beverly Hills mansion
  • Owns a $10 million Las Vegas mansion
  • Made $35 million fighting Logan Paul

Professional Career

Floyd’s first professional fight occurred on October 11, 1996. He knocked out his opponent, Roberto Apodaca, in the second round.

During his career, Floyd would go on to win an unprecedented six boxing championships in five different weight classes: Super Featherweight, Lightweight, Junior Welterweight, Welterweight twice and Super Welterweight. His professional boxing record as of this writing is an astonishing 50 wins and 0 losses. Of the 50 wins, 27 were by knock out.

Career Earnings

As of this writing, when you total it all up Floyd Mayweather’s career earnings are $1.1 billion. Below is a fight-by-fight breakdown of every payday Floyd earned during his professional fighting career:

Floyd Mayweather Career Earnings
Arturo GattiJune 2005$3.2 million
Carlos BaldomirNovember 2006$8 million
Oscar De La HoyaMay 2007$25 million
Ricky HattonFebruary 2008$20 million
WWE Wrestle ManiaDecember 2008$25 million
Juan Manuel MárquezSeptember 2009$25 million
Sugar Shane MosleyMay 2010$30 million
Victor OrtizSeptember 2011$40 million
Miguel CottoMay 2012$40 million
Robert GuerreroMay 2013$50 million
Saul AlvarezSeptember 2013$75 million
Marcos Maidana IMay 2014$40 million
Marcos Maidana IISeptember 2014$32 million
Manny PacquiaoMay 2015$250 million
Andre BertoSeptember 2015$35 million
Conor McGregorAugust 2017$300 million
Tenshin NasukawaDecember 2018$9 million
Logan PaulJune 2021$35 million
Deji OlatunjiNovember 2022$25 million
Total$1.0272 billion

He also earned around $2 million from his first 15 fights that proceeded the 2005 match against Arturo Gatti. Floyd has earned around $25 million outside the ring selling merchandise and from a handful of relatively small endorsement deals.

Floyd Mayweather Net Worth

Real Estate

Floyd’s primary residence since 2018 is an 11-bedroom custom-built mansion in Las Vegas that spans 22,000 square-feet. He bought the house for $10 million. He also owns a 13,000 square-foot mansion in Vegas that was his primary residence from 2010 until 2018. He bought this house for $9.5 million.

In 2017 he spent $25.5 million on a Beverly Hills mansion. He also spent $500,000 on home furnishings for this property at the time of the close. This house has a candy shop, 12-seat movie theater and a 300-bottle wine room.

He owns an apartment in New York City, the Mayweather Boxing Club in Vegas and a strip club in Vegas called Girl Collection.

In August 2021, Floyd paid $18 million for the following waterfront mansion on Miami’s Palm Island:

Car Collection

Floyd owns dozens of high end cars. He once told an ESPN interviewer that he has $15 million worth of luxury cars sitting in his garage that have never been driven. Over the last two decades, Floyd has bought more than 100 cars from Towbin Motorcars in Las Vegas. He reportedly pays for his cars in cash. Some of his most notable car 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 which is worth north of $1 million. This is just a sample of his incredible collection. Floyd owns many more Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Bentleys, Rolls Royces, Mercedes and more.

Floyd reportedly owns 16 Rolls Royces.

At one point all the cars he owned and kept at one mansion were white and all the cars he kept at his other mansion were black.

Private Jets

Floyd owns a $60 million Gulfstream G650 which he dubbed “Air Mayweather”. He bought the jet for himself for his 41st birthday in 2018. He reportedly flew to Iceland just to take a photo for Instagram, on a dare. The plane is emblazoned with his name on the side and “50 – o” (his boxing record) on the wing tips.

Floyd actually owns two private jets. The second is a $30 million Gulfstream III. When he travels, Floyd reportedly flies in the G650 with his closest associates while “Air Mayweather II” follows with his entourage.

In January 2015, Floyd posted a photo of himself standing in front of his main jet and seven cars. In total he was standing in front of $60 million worth of “toys”.

Jewelry Collection

Floyd has not been shy about showing off his jewelry collection. He owns more than 40 extremely high-end watches. He has claimed that when he goes on vacation, he brings 30 watches and at all times is wearing at least $3 million worth of jewelry.

In 2015, Floyd paid an astounding $18 million for a single watch, made by Jacob the Jeweler. This watch features 239 emerald-cut baguette diamonds that are up to three carats each.  The watch is appropriately called “The Billionaire”.

Commercial Real Estate Investments

In 2014 Floyd made a substantial investment to become a partner in the real estate development firm SL Green. SL Green’s CEO, Marc Holliday, announced Floyd’s investment in December 2014. As of this writing, Floyd owns a minority stake in nine skyscrapers in the United States. One of those skyscrapers is One Vanderbilt, the tallest commercial building in the US.


Floyd Mayweather’s net worth is $450 million. As of this writing he has earned more than $1.1 billion during his career. He earned $250 million in May 2015 fighting Manny Pacquiao. Floyd earned $300 million in August 2017 fighting Conor McGregor.

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