As the countdown to Summer Camp Music Festival dwindles, a new late-night set announcement has added yet another reason for excitement among a lineup that already looks like one of the strongest of the season. On the festival’s first night, Friday, May 26th, Umphrey’s McGee’s Kris Myers and Ryan Stasik and Mike Gatnzer of Aqueous will hit the Soulshine Tent late-night for a tribute to Green Day‘s 1994 pop-punk classic Dookie, as well as “other rock music.”With performances from moe., Umphrey’s McGee, Trey Anastasio Band, Pretty Lights Live, Primus, Gov’t Mule, Mike Gordon, the Disco Biscuits, Run The Jewels, The Claypool Lennon Delirium, Aqueous, The Main Squeeze, The Marcus King Band, Turkuaz, Spafford, The Werks, Mungion, and more already on the docket, the newly announced Dookie set is just one more reason why Summer Camp is a can’t-miss this year.Summer Camp Music Festival is set to take place May 26th – 28th in Chillicothe, IL. For more information, head to the festival’s website.[Photos by Chris Capaci (Gantzer) and Stephen Rose (Myers, Stasik)]
NKT has appointed Alexander Kara as president and CEO of NKT and NKT A/S. Alexander Kara, an internationally experienced executive in the power distribution industry, joins NKT on August 01, 2019.Alexander Kara joins NKT from ABB and a position of senior vice president, HUB Business Unit manager CSE, High Voltage Products with responsibility for all ABB high-voltage product plants and markets in Central and Southern Europe.Prior to that he has held several key positions at ABB, some with global functional responsibilities.NKT chairman of the board of directors, Jens Due Olsen, said: “With the appointment of Alexander Kara as new CEO of NKT, we have found the right profile to further strengthen our power cable business and to position us even better to benefit from the green energy transformation and the growth opportunities in our markets. Alexander comes with proven leadership skills and 30 years of international business and operations experience within our industry.”Alexander Kara added: “I am excited and pleased to be taking on the leadership of NKT and actively taking part in the development and growth of NKT. I am passionate about the power cable business, and I am thrilled to join the market leader of DC power cable technology.”When Alexander Kara joins NKT, he and CFO Roland M. Andersen will constitute the NKT A/S executive management team. Until Alexander Kara’s accession, Roland M. Andersen will continue as interim CEO.
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