Fury, Mayweather, Pacquiao: Net worth of the richest boxers after Fury defeats Wilder


Tyson Fury retained his WBC heavyweight title by knocking out Deontay Wilder in the eleventh round during their trilogy fight.

The Gypsy King had a massive payday as he pocketed £20 million from the bout.

Fury’s net worth, according to talkSPORT is currently £80m which is equivalent to $110 million. This makes him one of the richest boxers in the world.

Now, thanks to figures from Wealthy Gorilla, let’s take a look at the 20 richest individuals in the sport.

20. Miguel Cotto – $25 million

19. Felix Trinidad – $30 million

18. Anthony Mudine – $30 million

17. Amir Khan – $30 million

16. Naseem Hamed – $33 million

15. Ricky Hatton – $40 million


14. Bernard Hopkins – $40 million

13. Marvin Hagler – $45 million

12. Wladimir Klitschko – $60 million

11. Anthony Joshua– $60 million

10. Vitali Klitschko – $80 million

9. Tyson Fury – $110 million


The Gypsy King is currently tenth on this list but given his quality and stock, he could well be higher by the time of his retirement.

8. Sugar Ray Leonard – $120 million

A former Olympic medallist, Sugar was one of the best fighters of his time, winning world titles in as many as five weight classes.

7. Lennox Lewis – $140 million

A three-time world heavyweight champion, The Lion won 41 out of 44 fights.


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6. Manny Pacquiao – $190 million

PacMan recently announced his retirement from the sport to run for the Philippines Presidency. Pacquiao ended an illustrious career that saw him become the only eight-division world champion in the sport’s history.

5. Oscar de la Hoya – $200 million

An Olympic medallist as an amateur, The Golden Boy had a remarkable professional career that saw him winning 11 world titles across six weight divisions.

4. George Foreman – $300 million


In a professional career that lasted nearly three decades, Big George won 76 out of his 81 fights.

3. Bob Arum – $300 million

Founder of Vegas-based boxing promotion company Top Rank, Arum made quite a fortune in the sport.

2. Michael Buffer – $400 million

Perhaps the most iconic ring announcer in combat sports, Buffer’s net worth is $400 million, which puts him in second place.

1. Floyd Mayweather – $560 million

Yes, you guessed it right. They don’t call him ‘Money’ for no reason.

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