Manny Pacquiao net worth: Manny Pacquiao is a boxer from the Philippines who has a net worth of $100 million. During his career, Manny Pacquiao has won 54 out 61 matches with two draws. Pacman's only recent loss, to Timothy Bradley on June 6th, 2012, was widely criticized as being a massive error in judgement with many people claiming the fight was fixed. Beyond the controversial Bradley loss, Manny has beaten Miguel Cotto, Juan Manuel Marquez, Shane Mosely, Oscar De La Hoya and many more talented opponents. Manny Pacquiao is considered to be the pound for pound #1 boxer in the world. He is also the only boxer to win titles in 7 different weight classes. Along the way to glory, Pacquiao has amassed an impressive net worth mainly from boxing purses but also from endorsements, promotions and pay-per-view revenue sharing.
On March 13 2010 Pacquiao was supposed to fight Floyd Mayweather in what could have been the most profitable boxing match up in history. Experts predicted the bout would break the pay per view record of 3 million purchases resulting in $200 million in gross revenues. Of that $200 million, Manny could earn as much as $80 million.
Pacquiao is a God in his home country of the Philippines where he has acted in and produced several movies. He also released an music album which sold over two million copies. In June of 2012, the world (and especially his home country) was shocked when Manny lost a bout against Timothy Bradley despite having a significant lead in the match by almost all accounts. Viewers were shocked by the decision, with many calling it a fix to set up a re-match.
Manny Pacquiao's Career Purse Earnings:
- $2 million – against Erik Morales (January 2006)
- $1 million – against Oscar Larios (July 2006)
- $3 million – against Erik Morales (November 2006)
- $2 million – against Jorge Solis (April 2007)
- $2 million – against Marco Antonio Barrera (October 2007)
- $11 million – against Oscar De la Hoya (December 2008)
- $12 million – against Ricky Hatton (May 2009)
- $35 million – against Miguel Cotto (November 2009)
- $35 million – against Antonio Margarito (November 2010)
- $20 million – against Shane Mosely (May 2011)
- $20 million – against Juan Manuel Marquez (November 2011)
- $20 million – against Timothy Bradley (June 2012)
- $30 million – against Juan Manuel Marquez (December 2012)
- $30 million – against Brandon Rios (November 2013)
- $80 million+ – against Floyd Mayweather (if it ever happens)