Miguel Cotto Net Worth
Miguel Cotto Net North: Miguel Cotto is a Puerto-Rican-born boxer who has a net worth of $25 million dollars. Miguel Cotto was born October 29, 1980 in Caguas, Puerto Rico. He is considered one of the greatest Puerto Rican boxers along with Félix Trinidad, Wilfred Benitez, Hector Camacho, Wilfredo Gomez and Carlos Ortiz. Though his amateur boxing career began in the lightweight and light welterweight divisions, he later gained the distinction of being the first and only Puerto Rican to win titles in 4 different weight classes and is the current WBC & The Ring World Middleweight Champion (with ratings in middleweight and light middleweight being added to his resumé). Cotto began his professional career in 2001 and on September 11, 2004 he defeated Kelson Pinto for the WBO junior welterweight championship. He defended the title successfully a total of six times, before vacating it when he ascended to the welterweight division. Miguel Cotto has had quite a few notable matches and is regarded as one of the most versatile fighters in the ring. His most memorable fight was in 2012 with Floyd Money Mayweather, Jr. and it was by far his highest payday with an estimated $8 Million plus a share of the PPV profits; the Match had a staggering 1.5 Million people in the audience, which is the highest pay-per-view audience ever. His second most famous bout was with Antonio Margarito in 2011 that brought him close to $5 Million with the additional PPV Profits. He has collectively earned over $20 Million in previous fights predating 2009 against many notable boxers such as Michael Jennings, Manny Pacquiao and even the great Antonio Margarito. He has also received several endorsements from the likes of Glaxo Smith Kline for an undisclosed amount. Cotto earned a purse of $15 million when he fought Saul Alvarez in November 2015, a fight he lost.