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Who are the wealthiest boxers of all time and the richest of the last decade?

Boxing is one of the best sports to earn money when you are in the elite.

In the last decade, we've seen crucial idols, unbeaten records, and the fight that gathered more money in boxing.

Who are the wealthiest boxers today?

According to Celebrity Net worth, these are the ten wealthiest boxers of today.

The list combines all their revenue as boxers and after boxing. It doesn't matter the decade, the list includes all boxers.

Floyd Mayweather Jr. ($450 million)

Floyd Mayweather Jr. is the richest boxer of all time. According to Celebrity Net Worth, Mayweather earned more than $1 billion in his boxing career.

George Foreman ($300 million)

George Foreman is a retired boxer, World Heavyweight Champion, Olympic Gold Medalist, and entrepreneur with a net worth of $300 million.

Manny Pacquiao ($220 million)

Manny 'Pacman' Pacquiao is a former boxer and politician.

Public opinion considers Pacman one of the best boxers of all time. Celebrity Net Worth illustrates that Pacquiao earned $500 million between fights and endorsements during his career.

Oscar De La Hoya ($200 million)

Oscar De La Hoya is a retired boxer born in the United States with Mexican heritage.

De La Hoya is the best example of a profitable career in and out of the ring. He became one of the most successful boxing promoters of the present.

Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez ($180 million)

Canelo Alvarez is the most profitable boxer of the present. He has a net worth of $180 million and has four division world championship belts.

Boxing analysts consider Canelo Alvarez the best pound-for-pound boxer as if today.

Lennox Lewis ($140 million)

Sugar Ray Leonard ($120 million)

Wladimir Klitschko ($90 million)

Anthony Joshua ($80 million)

Vitali Klitschko ($80 million)

Who are the wealthiest boxers of the last decade?

Floyd Mayweather Jr. ($450 million)

Manny Pacquiao ($220 million)

Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez ($180 million)

Anthony Joshua ($80 million)

Tyson Fury ($65 million)

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