Forbes Releases 2018 List Of Highest-Paid Athletes (See Top 10) - 3 years ago

[b][b]Boxer, Floyd Mayweather reclaimed his place at the top of Forbes’ annual ranking of 100 highest-paid athletes on Tuesday.[/b][/b] Forbes reported that Mayweather, 41, topped sports highest-earners after banking $275 million dollars from his cross-combat superfight against mixed martial arts star Conor McGregor in August 2017. With an additional $10 million in endorsements, Mayweather earned a total of $285 million between June 1 2017 and June 1, 2018, comfortably eclipsing the second-placed figure on the list, football star Lionel Messi, who made $111 million. McGregor meanwhile vaulted up the rankings to fourth spot, thanks to his $85 million cut of the Mayweather purse. A further $14 million in endorsements took the Irish fighter’s earnings to $99 million, just behind Real Madrid soccer star, Cristiano Ronaldo, who was third with earnings of $108 million. Brazilian footballer, Neymar was fifth on the list with $90 million in earnings, his salary boosted by his record-breaking transfer from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain last year. [u][b][b]The list of top ten are presented below:[/b][/b][/u] 1. Floyd Mayweather ($285m) 2. Lionel Messi ($111m) 3. Cristiano Ronaldo ($108m) 4. Conor McGregor ($99m) 5. Neymar ($90m) 6. LeBron James ($85,5m) 7. Roger Federer ($77.2m) 8. Stephen Curry ($76.9m) 9. Matt Ryan ($67.3m) 10. Matthew Stafford ($59.5m)


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