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How much did Manny Pacquiao earn after fight with Adrien Broner?

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Jan. 21, 19 | 7:38 am

Manny Pacquiao’s win over American boxer Adrien Broner yesterday sealed that the “People’s Champ” is still one of today’s most notable, most watched, and most in-demand boxers in the world.

Being in-demand also means big money in the boxing community. Pacquiao’s success and notoriety in the sport of boxing helped him secure matches one after the other which has big contributions to his current wealth. According to his 2018 SALN report, his current net worth is Php2,946,315,029.93 or more than $ 55 million, and thanks to his recent win, millions of dollars will be added to that amount.

According to a report by sports website Bleacher Report, Pacquiao will receive $10 million plus a percentage of the profits, while his opponent will receive $2.5 million along with a percentage of the profits.

Abac Cordero of PhilStar, reporting Pacquiao’s last three matches prior to Argetina’s Lucas Matthysse back in July 2018, said the Filipino boxer earned a staggering $20 million for his fight against Bradley, $4 million against Vargas in 2016, and $10 million against Horn in 2017.

On January 20, Pacquiao scored a unanimous decision win against Broner. With his win, Pacquiao defended his WBA welterweight title and a personal career record of 61 wins and 7 losses, with 39 of his wins as knockouts.

Bleacher Report also noted that his fight with Broner marks his fourth victory in his last five bouts and his seventh in his last nine outings.

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