Floyd Mayweather Set to Reach $1 Billion USD in Career Earnings Following His Fight With Conor McGregor

Joining the likes of Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods.

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According to Mayweather Promotions CEO Leonard Ellerbe, Floyd Mayweather is expected to reach and exceed $1 billion USD in career earnings following his super fight with Conor McGregor on August 26. Currently, the five-weight boxing champion’s career earnings sit around the $750 million USD mark which is already much more than any other combat fighter in existence. But with Mayweather and McGregor expected to receive nine-figure payouts from their super fight, the 40-year-old boxer will be joining the likes of Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods as the only athletes to boast career earnings of over a billion dollars. Catch Mayweather and McGregor go head-to-head August 26 and stay tuned for more news leading up to “The Money Fight.”

Also, make sure to check out the final stop of the Mayweather vs. McGregor press tour now.

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