May 22/99: W (Juuko) — $400,000 Sep 11/99: W (Genera) — $500,000 Mar 18/00: W (Vargas) — $750,000 Oct 21/00: W (Augustus) — $250,000 Jan 20/01: W (Corrales) — $1,500,000 May 26/01: W (Hernandez) — $2,200,000 Nov 10/01: W (Chavez) — $1,800,000 Apr 20/02: W (Castillo) — $2,200,000 Dec 7/02: W (Castillo) — $2,400,000 Apr 19/03: W (Sosa) — $2,800,000 Nov 1/03: W (N’dou) — $3,000,000 Read Also: Mayweather’s uncle Roger Mayweather dies at 58 Dec 8/07: W (Hatton) — $38,000,000 Sep 19/09: W (Marquez) — $25,000,000 May 1/10: W (Mosley) — $40,000,000 Sep 17/11: W (Ortiz) — $40,000,000 May 5/12: W (Cotto) — $45,000,000 May 4/13: W (Guerrero) — $34,000,000 Sep 14/13: W (Alvarez) — $73,000,000 Mar 3/14: W (Maidana) — $32,000,000 Sept 13/14: W (Maidana) — $32,000,000 Mar 2/15: W (Pacquiao) — $250,000,000 Sept 12/15: W (Berto) — $32,000,000 Aug 27/17: W (McGregor) — $100,000,000 Career Earnings (disclosed): $807,954,000 FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 According to The Sports Daily, not all of the payouts from Mayweather’s fights are available online. However, the publication claims that the boxing legend is ‘thought to have earned five-digit purses for his first batch of fights.’ Posted below are the earnings from Mayweather’s boxing matches. Oct 11/96: W (Apodaca) — $2,500 Nov 30/96: W (Sanders) — N/A Jan 18/97: W (Cooper) — $7,500 Feb 1/97: W (Ayala) — N/A Mar 12/97: W (Rodriguez) — N/A Apr 12/97: W (Giepart) — $5,000 May 9/97: W (Duran) — $2,000 Jun 14/97: W (O’Shields) — N/A Jul 12/97: W (Chavez) — N/A Sep 6/97: W (Leija) — N/A Oct 14/97: W (Garcia) — N/A Nov 20/97: W (Nunez) — N/A Jan 9/98: W (Arroyo) — N/A Feb 28/98: W (Girard) — N/A Mar 23/98: W (Melo) — N/A Apr 18/98: W (Cuello) — N/A Jun 14/98: W (Pep) — N/A Oct 3/98: W (Hernandez) — $137,000 Dec 19/98: W (Manfredy) — $500,000 Feb 17/99: W (Rios) — N/A Loading… May 22/04: W (Corley) — $3,000,000 Jan 22/05: W (Bruseles) — N/A Jun 25/05: W (Gatti) — $3,200,000 Nov 19/05: W (Mitchell) — $4,300,000 Apr 8/06: W (Judah) — $5,000,000 Nov 4/06: W (Baldomir) — $8,000,000 May 5/07: W (De La Hoya) — $25,000,000 Ex-boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather earned over a staggering $800m across his illustrious fighting career. The 43-year-old American star retired with an unblemished record of 50 wins and no losses after his sensational crossover fight with Conor McGregor in 2017. And The Sports Daily has revealed how much cash ‘Money’ earned from his decorated career. Mayweather’s first professional fight against Roberto Apodaca in 1996 only earned him $2,500. But fast-forward to his final fight and the undefeated former boxer pocketed an eye-watering $100m from his blockbuster clash with McGregor. Promoted Content10 Gorgeous Asian Actresses No Man Can ResistWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemTop 10 Iconic Personalities On TV NowTop 10 TV Characters Meant To Be Iconic8 Addictive And Fun Coffee FactsWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?This Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s Hysterical10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By Odeith5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way
The king of the super flyweights is returning to his home country to fight.It was announced Wednesday that WBC titlist Juan Francisco Estrada will defend his belt for the first time against Dewayne Beamon on Aug. 24 at Centro de Usos Múltiples in Hermosillo, Mexico. The fight will air live and exclusively on DAZN. The fight will be Estrada’s debut bout on the streaming service after he signed a multifight deal with Matchroom Boxing at the end of June. Estrada (39-3 26 KOs), a former unified flyweight champion, became a two-division world champion and put himself among boxing’s elite in April when he defeated Srisaket Sor Rungvisai by unanimous decision and avenged his narrow majority decision loss to the Thai star in February 2018. Estrada outboxed Rungvisai in the early going and then held off a late surge from the former champion.Beamon (16-1-1, 11 KOs) is no stranger to fighting in enemy territory; his last six contests have taken place south of the border. He is 4-1-1 in those fights. The 33-year-old plans on making the most of his first crack at championship gold.“I’m very excited for getting this world title shot against one of the best pound-for-pound fighters in the world,” Beamon said in the same release. “It will be a memorable fight, and I will surprise everyone on August 24 and accomplish my dream of being a world champion.” The chance to fight in Mexico for the first time since March 2017 and make his first title defense in front of his countrymen means a lot to him.”Thank God, [through] my talent, effort and discipline, I’ve accomplished a lot of dreams that I had as a kid,” Estrada said in a press release. “Now my objective is to defend my title in Hermosillo and break an attendance record of 10,000 persons in CUM (Centro de Usos Múltiples) that exists since 1991 in a fight of Maromero Páez vs. ‘Cocas’ Ramírez. “We have a risky defense against the American, Dewayne Beamon, he is fast of hands and has a front style, but that is good to provide a great fight to all the fans in the world.”Join DAZN to watch Estrada vs. Beamon and 100+ fight nights a year
– ‘Win-win-win’ –IOC president Thomas Bach said he was confident any remaining hurdles could be cleared.“We are very confident that we can reach a tripartite agreement under the leadership of the IOC with LA and Paris in August, creating a win-win-win situation for all three partners,” he said.“This agreement will be put forward to the IOC Session in Lima in September for ratification.”Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo said on Twitter: “Happy that my friend @MayorofLA has made an important new step on an agreement that will have three winners: Paris, Los Angeles and the IOC #Paris2024”LA bid officials had scheduled a press conference for 5pm (0000 GMT) with Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti and bid chief Casey Wasserman about the bid.LA city council member Gil Cedillo had already tweeted “hashtag goes from #LA2024 to #LA2028”, and City Council president Herb Wesson was enthusiastic.“The City of Los Angeles is a proud and enthusiastic partner in this ‘win-win-win’ scenario,” he said.While local backing is seen as crucial to the success of any Games, the bid committee also singled out the support of US President Donald Trump as they try to bring the Games back to the United States.The USA last hosted the Summer Olympics in Atlanta in 1996 while the Winter Games were held in Salt Lake City in 2002.“Since his election, President Trump has been personally involved in helping to make LA’s bid a truly American bid and the White House Office of American Innovation and the US Senate and House of Representatives have been true partners throughout,” they said.“The USOC and Los Angeles bid team greatly appreciate their strong commitment to bringing the Olympic and Paralympic Games back to the United States.”Share on: WhatsApp Los Angeles, United States | AFP | Los Angeles formally announced its intent to host the 2028 Summer Olympics on Monday after agreeing a deal with Games officials that paves the way for Paris to host in 2024.“The Los Angeles Olympic and Paralympic bid committee in cooperation with the International Olympic Committee (IOC), today announced its intention for Los Angeles to host the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games 2028 and its agreement with the Host City Contract 2028,” the LA bid committee said in a statement, confirming earlier comments from city officials.The deal, trumpeted as a “win-win-win” for Los Angeles, Paris and the IOC, will bring the Summer Olympics to Los Angeles for a third time, after the city staged the Games in 1984 and 1932.Los Angeles had been in a race with Paris for 2024, with the winner to be named by the IOC on September 13 in Lima.But the possibility that Los Angeles would abandon a 2024 bid and instead accept the 2028 Games has been growing since the IOC decided in July that in an unprecedented move it would attempt to award both Games at its Lima meeting.Paris had remained insistent on hosting in 2024, on the 100th anniversary of the city’s 1924 Olympics.LA bid officials, who had put forward a $5.3 billion bid for 2024, said Monday that an agreement had been reached with the IOC on financial considerations that would make waiting an extra four years feasible.“Under the terms of the Host City Contract 2028, the IOC will advance funds to a Los Angeles Organizing Committee in view of the longer planning period and to increase participation and access to youth sports programs in the City of Los Angeles in the years leading up to the Games,” their statement said.“The IOC contribution as stipulated by the HCC is $1.8 billion and has the potential to exceed $2 billion according to the evaluation of the LA bid committee when taking into account the estimated value of existing sponsor agreements to be renewed and potential new marketing deals.”The agreement must still be approved by the Los Angeles City Council and the United States Olympic Committee — both of which backed the 2024 bid.“The Los Angeles City Council and United States Olympic Committee Board of Directors will consider the agreement for approval in August,” the bid committee said.“If approved, the IOC, LA and Paris may enter a tripartite agreement, clearing the way for IOC Membership to simultaneously confirm the Olympic Games 2024 to Paris and the Olympic Games 2028 to Los Angeles at the next IOC session in Lima, Peru on September 13, 2017.”
Paris, France | AFP | The Champions League goes into its final round of group games this week with 12 teams already assured of featuring in the last 16 and seven others battling for the remaining four places.Here, AFP Sports looks at what remains at stake:Group AThe only thing left to play for is first place in the group. A win for Atletico in Bruges will see the Spaniards finish top but anything else will open the door for Dortmund if they win in Monaco.Qualified: Atletico Madrid, Borussia DortmundEuropa League: Club BruggeGroup BBarcelona have already qualified as group winners but could still influence who joins them in the last 16. If Tottenham win at the Camp Nou on Tuesday they will go through on one condition. They must match the result of Inter Milan, who host the already-eliminated PSV Eindhoven.Qualified: BarcelonaGroup CThis is the most intriguing group of all with Napoli, Paris Saint Germain and Liverpool all in with a chance of qualifying. Napoli currently top the group and need just a point from their trip to Anfield to secure their passage. If that happens then PSG would also go through, although the French side can guarantee their own progress with a win in Belgrade whatever the result at Anfield. Liverpool, on the other hand, have to beat Napoli 1-0 or by two clear goals to be sure of qualifying. If Napoli lose, they could still go through if PSG lose in Belgrade.Group D2004 champions Porto have qualified as group winners with Schalke joining them in the draw. The Europa League spot will go to Galatasaray if they can beat Porto in Istanbul. Failure to do that means Lokomotiv Moscow could jump in if they win in Germany.Qualified: Porto, Schalke Group EBayern Munich head to Amsterdam to face Ajax in the final round knowing a draw will be enough for the Germans to top the group. Both sides have already qualified while Benfica are assured of moving into the Europa League. AEK Athens, meanwhile, will hope to score their first point of the tournament.Qualified: Bayern Munich, AjaxEuropa League: BenficaGroup FManchester City have already qualified and need just a point from their home tie against Hoffenheim to secure top spot. The focus will be on what happens in Kiev where Shakhtar Donetsk must beat visitors Lyon to leapfrog the French side for second spot. Lyon will top the group if they win and City lose, a combination which would see Hoffenheim squeeze past Shakhtar for the Europa League spot.Qualified: Manchester CityGroup GDefending champions Real Madrid are through as group winners with Roma hanging on their coat-tails. Viktoria Plzen, away in Rome, need to match CSKA Moscow’s result in Madrid to reach the Europa League.Qualified: Real Madrid, RomaGroup HJuventus and Manchester United have already stamped their tickets for the knockout stage, the only question being which will finish top of the group. Juve are in pole position as a win at Young Boys would make the United result irrelevant. But if Juve slip up in Berne, Joe Mourinho’s side will top the group with a victory in Valencia.Qualified: Juventus, Manchester UnitedEuropa League: ValenciaShare on: WhatsApp
By John BurtonLONG BRANCH — A city man was arrested this week for the March robbery of a Sovereign Bank in his hometown.Police have charged Manuel Sotogonzalez, 39, with second-degree robbery, following a nearly six-month joint investigation conducted by city police and the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office, according to Charles Webster, public information officer for the prosecutor’s office.Police responded to a report of the robbery on March 4 at the bank, 600 Broadway. Witnesses told police, the suspect allegedly entered the bank and approached a teller, demanding money. The teller handed over an undisclosed amount of cash, with the suspect fleeing the scene prior to the police arriving, according to Webster.Sotogonzalez’s bail was set at $125,000, without the option of posting a 10 percent bond. He was being held in the Monmouth County Correctional Institution, Freehold.