FLOYD MAYWEATHER’S boxing career generated a staggering £2.4billion from pay-per-views.
That is according to World Boxing News, who have calculated the numbers by working out the average price for a PPV bill (£58) with the amount of sales.
They even stated that the 43-year-old’s fights generated a whopping £1.4bn in the United States alone.
And worldwide figures brought the figure to £2.4bn, proving Mayweather really is the ‘Money’ man after all.
It has been claimed that Mayweather’s contract with Showtime made £776m alone, thanks to 14 million PPV buys.
In total, Mayweather had 16 PPV fights spanning 2005-2017, culminating in his tenth round stoppage win against Conor McGregor.
His 2015 bout against Manny Pacquiao – dubbed the ‘Fight of the Centuty’ – earned the most buys.
With over 4.6 million purchases, the contest is said to have generated over £310m in revenue.
His second-highest grossing fight was the last of his 50 outings inside the ring.
An incredible 4.3 million people bought the PPV event to see who would come out on top against the Notorious, with the fight earning an estimated £287m in revenue.
Mayweather’s dust-up against Saul Alvarez in 2013 earned £116m thanks to 2.2million buys.
According to Forbes, he was the world’s highest earning celebrity in 2018 as well as the richest sports star.
As well as owning a stunning £8m Las Vegas mansion, Mayweather also owns a fleet of supercars worth £20m.
His current net worth is estimated to be around £400m.