Who was the richest athlete in 2016?

Who was the richest athlete in 2016?

Floyd Mayweather Jr.
2010–2019 list

Rank Name Sport
1 Floyd Mayweather Jr. Boxing
2 Cristiano Ronaldo Association football
3 Lionel Messi Association football
4 LeBron James Basketball

How much money did Floyd Mayweather make in 2015?

By comparison, most of the highest-paid athletes in history earned the vast majority of their income through endorsement deals. Floyd earned more than a half billion dollars from just two fights. He earned $250 million in 2015 after fighting Manny Pacquiao.

Who is the richest athlete 2021?

Michael Jordan’s net worth is estimated to be $2.2 billion in 2022, making him the richest athlete in the world.

Who is the highest paid athlete in 2015?

Floyd Mayweather
Floyd Mayweather, Manny Pacquiao Top Forbes’ 2015 List of Highest-Paid Athletes

The World’s Highest-Paid Athletes for 2015
Rank Athlete Earnings
1 Floyd Mayweather $300 million
2 Manny Pacquiao $160 million
3 Cristiano Ronaldo $79.6 million

Who has the highest salary in the world?

These are the 20 highest paying careers in the world:

  • CEO.
  • Psychiatrist.
  • Orthodontist. Average Salary: $228,500.
  • Gynecologist. Average Salary: $235,240.
  • Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon. Average Salary: $243,500.
  • Surgeon. Average Salary: $251,000.
  • Anesthesiologist. Average Salary: $265,000.
  • Neurosurgeon. Average Salary: $381,500.

Who was the highest-paid athlete in 2010?

New to this list is Floyd Mayweather, and straight to no. 2! The highest ranked female was tennis player Maria Sharapova, ranked 35th with $24.5 million earnings. See all the top 10 list of 2010 highest paid female athletes….The World’s Highest Paid Athletes from 2010.

Rank 1
Name Tiger Woods
Sport golf
Nationality USA
earning ($ million) 105.0

Who was the highest-paid athlete in 2018?

Forbes’ highest-paid athletes

  1. Conor McGregor (UFC) $180 million.
  2. Lionel Messi (soccer), $130 million.
  3. Cristiano Ronaldo (soccer), $120 million.
  4. Dak Prescott (NFL), $107.5 million.
  5. LeBron James (NBA), $96.5 million.
  6. Neymar (soccer), $95 million.
  7. Roger Federer (tennis), $90 million.
  8. Lewis Hamilton (F1), $82 million.