Floyd Mayweather Net Worth 2024: Early Life, Career, and Achievements

Net Worth$460 Million
Age46 Years
Salary$37 Million +
Monthly Income$3 Million +
Date of BirthFebruary 24, 1977
Height1.70 m. (5’ 7”)
Weight70 kg or 154 lbs


Floyd Mayweather Net Worth 2024: Floyd Mayweather Jr. is a retired American boxer who was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on February 24, 1977.

He achieved great success in boxing, becoming a world champion in multiple weight classes, including super featherweight, lightweight, light welterweight, and light middleweight. He also won the IBF welterweight title and held titles from the most important boxing organizations. He had an impressive record of 50 wins in all of his professional fights and was widely recognized as one of the best boxers in the world.

Mayweather received several prestigious awards in boxing, including being named Fighter of the Decadeby the Boxing Writers Association of America in the 2010s. He was also honored with The Ring magazine’s Fighter of the Year award twice, in 1998 and 2007, and won the BWAA Fighter of the Year award three times. Additionally, he received the Best Fighter ESPY Award multiple times.

He was highly successful financially as well, ranking as the highest-earning athlete globally in 2012, 2014, 2015, and 2017. In 2018, he topped the list of the world’s highest-paid athletes, earning a total of $285 million, including endorsements, according to Forbes. In November 2021, Sportico published a list of all-time athlete earnings, where Mayweather was ranked 8th, with a career earnings total of $1.41 billion when adjusted for inflation.

Floyd Mayweather Net Worth 2024

Floyd Mayweather’s net worth is estimated to be $460 million.

Early Life

Floyd Mayweather Jr. was born on February 24, 1977, in Grand Rapids, USA. His father, Floyd Mayweather Sr., was a welterweight boxer who faced the legendary Sugar Ray Leonard.

Initially, Mayweather had his mother’s last name, but he later adopted the Mayweather surname.

He went to Ottawa Hills High School but decided to leave and focus entirely on his boxing career. Mayweather dropped out of high school to pursue his passion for boxing.


Amateur Career

Floyd Mayweather had a successful amateur boxing career with 84 wins and 8 losses. In 1993, he won the National Golden Gloves championship in the light flyweight division. The following year, in 1994, he secured the National Golden Gloves title in the flyweight category, and in 1996, he won it again, this time in the featherweight division. In 1995, Mayweather became the U.S. featherweight champion and also claimed victory in the Police Athletic League national championship.

In his journey to qualify for the 1996 Olympic Games, Mayweather faced Augie Sanchez and initially lost their first fight. However, he managed to win the subsequent two rematches in a best-of-three tournament, securing his spot at the Olympics.

In May 1995, Mayweather competed in the 8th World Championships in Berlin. He defeated Romanian boxer Marian Leondraliu but was eliminated in the second round by Noureddine Medjehoud from Algeria, who eventually became the runner-up world champion.

In 1996, during the Olympic Games in Atlanta, Floyd Mayweather competed in the featherweight division and came in third place, earning a bronze medal. He managed to win matches against fighters from Kazakhstan, Armenia, and Cuba, named Bakhtiyar Tilenov, Artur Grigoryan, and Lorenzo Aragón, respectively. Unfortunately, he narrowly lost a match to Serafim Todorov in the semifinals, which led to him receiving the bronze medal.

Professional Career

In October 1996, he had his first pro fight. He won 13 out of his first 17 fights, beating some tough opponents like Louie Leija, Hector Arroyo, Miguel Melo, Gustavo Fabian Cuello, and Tony Pep.

In his 18th fight on October 3, 1998, in Las Vegas, he fought Genaro Hernandez for the WBC super featherweight title and won in the eighth round. In December 1998, he defended the title against Angel Manfredy, who the referee stopped in the second round. In February 1999, he won a unanimous decision against Carlos Alberto Ramon Rios.

In May 1999, he scored a knockout against Justin Juuko and won a fight against Carlos Gerena due to an injury stoppage. In March 2000, he won by unanimous decision against Gregorio Vargas, and later in 2000, he defeated Emanuel Augustus by technical knockout.

On January 20, 2001, he had an outstanding win against Diego Corrales, who quit in the 10th round after being knocked down five times. In May 2001, he also defeated Carlos Alberto Hernandez by unanimous decision. In November 2001, he beat Jesús Aurelio Chávez by submission in the ninth round.

On April 20, 2002, he won the WBC lightweight title by unanimous decision against José Luis Castillo in Las Vegas. He defended this title in a rematch against Castillo and in April 2003 against Victoriano Sosa. In November 2003, he defended his title against Phillip N’dou and then moved up to the light welterweight division.

He won fights against DeMarcus Corley and Henry Bruseles, earning a shot at the WBC title against Arturo Gatti in June 2005. Mayweather dominated that fight, leading Gatti’s corner to stop it after the sixth round. In November 2005, he defeated Sharmba Mitchell by a sixth-round technical knockout.

In April 2006, he faced Zab Judah for the IBF welterweight title. The fight had some controversies, including Mayweather touching the ring floor after a punch from Judah and a low blow. Mayweather won by unanimous decision after the fight resumed.

In November 2006, he defeated Carlos Baldomir by unanimous decision for the WBC welterweight title. He cited a hand injury from that fight as the reason for his inactivity.

On May 5, 2007, he fought Óscar de la Hoya for the WBC title in the light middleweight division and won on points. This fight was a massive financial success.

In December 2007, he defeated Ricky Hatton by a tenth-round technical knockout. He continued to win against top fighters like Juan Manuel Márquez and Shane Mosley.

In September 2011, he fought Victor Ortiz and won controversially after Ortiz apologized for a headbutt, and Mayweather knocked him down while Ortiz wasn’t ready. Mayweather received criticism for his behavior during and after the fight.

In May 2012, he defeated Miguel Cotto for the WBA super light middleweight world title. He continued his winning streak against Robert Guerrero and Saúl Álvarez.

In 2013 and 2014, he won fights against Marcos Maidana, both by points.

The highly anticipated fight against Manny Pacquiao happened on May 2, 2015. Mayweather won the fight on points and became the WBO title holder. This fight generated record-breaking earnings for both fighters.

However, Mayweather was later stripped of his WBO welterweight title because he didn’t pay a contract fee and held titles in multiple weight classes.

In September 2015, he fought Andre Berto, equalling Rocky Marciano’s record of 49-0 wins, though Marciano had more knockout wins. After this, Mayweather announced his retirement.

On August 26, 2017, Mayweather returned to the ring to face Conor McGregor, an MMA fighter, in Las Vegas. Mayweather won the fight with a technical knockout in the tenth round, achieving a record of 50-0 victories, surpassing Rocky Marciano’s record of 49-0.

Floyd Mayweather’s Net Worth Growth

2023$460 Million
2022$410 Million
2021$360 Million
2020$320 Million
2019$285 Million
2018$255 Million

Floyd Mayweather Brand Endorsements

Floyd Mayweather has endorsed several brands throughout his career, but his most notable endorsements have been with:

  • Hublot
  • Burger King
  • Grant Worldwide
  • TAAT Global Alternatives
  • Fanmio
  • fuboTV
  • Tequila Avión
  • Reebok
  • FanDuel

Floyd Mayweather Car Collection

Floyd Mayweather‘s car collection is indeed impressive and worth an estimated $25 million. Here are some of the most notable cars in his collection:

  • Bugatti Grand Sport Vitesse
  • Bugatti Chiron
  • Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita
  • Pagani Huayra
  • Ferrari Enzo
  • Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta
  • Aston Martin One-77
  • Rolls-Royce Phantom
  • Lamborghini Aventador
  • Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren
  • Bentley Mulsanne
  • Ferrari 458 Italia
  • Rolls-Royce Ghost
  • Bentley Flying Spur
  • Lamborghini Murcielago

Floyd Mayweather Boxing Record

Floyd Mayweather Jr. stopped boxing as a professional with 50 wins and no losses. He knocked out 27 of his opponents. He’s special because he’s the only boxer ever to retire without losing a fight in five different weight classes. He became a world champion in the super featherweight, lightweight, welterweight, super welterweight, and light middleweight divisions.

Here is Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s professional and Exhibition boxing record:

Professional Boxing Record
50 Fights50 Wins0 Losses
By Knockout270
By Decision230
1996October 11thRoberto ApodacaVictory / TKO 2nd round
1996November 30thReggie SandersPoint victory (unanimous) / 4 rounds
1997January 18thJerry CooperVictory / TKO 1st round
1997February 1stEdgar UyalaVictory / TKO 2nd round
1997March 12thCinema RodriguezVictory / TKO 1st round
1997April 12thBobby GiepertVictory / TKO 1st round
1997May 9thTony DuranVictory / TKO 1st round
1997June 14thLarry O’ShieldsPoint victory (unanimous) / 6 rounds
1997July 12Jesus ChavezVictory / TKO 5th round
1997September 6thLouie LeijaVictory / TKO 2nd round
1997October 14thFelipe GarcíaVictory / KO 6th round
1997November 20thAngelo NunezVictory / TKO 3rd round
1998January 9thHector ArroyoVictory / TKO 5th round
1998February 28thSam GirardVictory / KO 2nd round
1998March 23rdMiguel MeloVictory / TKO 3rd round
1998April 18thGustavo CuelloPoint victory (unanimous) / 10 rounds
1998June 14thTony PepPoint victory (unanimous) / 10 rounds
1998October 3Genaro HernandezWBC Super Featherweight World Championship Victory / surrender 8th round
1998December 19Angel ManfredyWBC super featherweight title defense Victory / TKO 2nd round
1999February 17thCarlos RiosWBC super featherweight title defense Point victory (unanimous) / 12 rounds
1999May 22Justin JuukoWBC super featherweight title defense Victory / KO 9th round
1999September 11Carlos GerenaWBC super featherweight title defense Victory/surrender 7th round
2000March 18thGregorio VargasWBC super featherweight title defense Point victory (unanimous) / 12 rounds
2000October 21Emmanuel AugustusVictory / TKO 9th round
2001January 20thDiego CorralesWBC super featherweight title defense Victory / TKO 10th round
2001May 26Carlos Alberto HernandezWBC super featherweight title defense Point victory (unanimous) / 12 rounds
2001November 10thJesus ChavezWBC super featherweight title defense Victory/surrender 9th round
2002April 20thJosé Luis CastilloWBC Lightweight World Championship Point victory (unanimous) / 12 rounds
2002December 7thJosé Luis CastilloWBC lightweight title defense Point victory (unanimous) / 12 rounds
2003April 19thVictoriano SosaWBC lightweight title defense Point victory (unanimous) / 12 rounds
2003November 1stPhillip N’douWBC lightweight title defense Victory / TKO 7th round
2004May 22DeMarcus CorleyPoint victory (unanimous) / 12 rounds
2005January 22ndHenry BruselesVictory / TKO 8th round
2005June 25Arturo GattiWBC Super Lightweight World Championship Victory / surrender 6th round
2005November 19thSharmba MitchellVictory / TKO 6th round
2006April 8thZab JudahIBF/IBO Welterweight World Championship Point victory (unanimous) / 12 rounds
2006November 4thCarlos BaldomirIBA/IBO/WBC Welterweight Title Unification Point victory (unanimous) / 12 rounds
2007May 5thÓscar de la HoyaWBC Super Welterweight World Championship Points victory (split decision) / 12 rounds
2007December 8thRicky HattonWBC welterweight title defense Victory / TKO 10th round
2009September 19thJuan Manuel MarquezPoint victory (unanimous) / 12 rounds
2010May 1stShane MosleyPoint victory (unanimous) / 12 rounds
2011September 17thVictor OrtizWBC Welterweight World Championship Victory / KO 4th round
2012May 5thMiguel CottoWBA Super Welterweight World Championship Point victory (unanimous) / 12 rounds
2013May 4thRobert GuerreroWBC welterweight title defense Point victory (unanimous) / 12 rounds
2013September 14thSaúl ÁlvarezWBA/WBC super welterweight title unification Point victory (majority decision) / 12 rounds
2014May 3rdMarcos René MaidanaWBA/WBC welterweight title unification Point victory (majority decision) / 12 rounds
2014September 13thMarcos René MaidanaWBA/WBC welterweight title defense Point victory (unanimous) / 12 rounds
2015May 2ndManny PacquiaoWBA/WBC/WBO welterweight title unification Point victory (unanimous) / 12 rounds
2015September 12thAndre BertoWBA/WBC welterweight title defense Point victory (unanimous) / 12 rounds
2017August 26thConor McGregor“The Money Fight” Victory / TKO 10th round
Exhibition Boxing Record
7 Fights3 Wins0 Losses
By Knockout30
No Contests1

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