Floyd Mayweather: To earn millions before he lands a punch on Conor McGregor

$31 million, the money that will be earned by Floyd Mayweather before even landing a punching or getting inside the ring against his opponent the Notorious Conor McGregor.

The undefeated boxer will earn a huge amount of money from the sponsorship of branding deals that will appear on the ring, on everything he wore his robe and shorts, according to the Telegraph.

The most expensive part of what will Mayweather wear is his shorts. The trunks he will use broke it into six different sponsorship areas, which is the total amount worth of $19.5 million.

A waging company purchased the space on the ring cushion behind Mayweather’s head for about $4 million.

The sponsor is quite big. According to ESPN, if everything will be followed by the plan they made, between 4 and 5 million people buy on pay-per-view fight, the whole event could bring an insane amount of $750 million.

However, the public will never know the exact amount that the both fighter will receive because of the signed nondisclosure agreements, but most of the experts in sports and boxing believe that Mayweather is getting 60 and 70 percent of the total.

According to the bookmakers, when Mayweather and McGregor meet in the boxing ring at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, who will win, when and how?

The answer for that will be Mayweather, its gap from McGregor is just too far. Men and women are setting the price to universally decide that the 40-yer-old will win.

As the fight, decided to be a lopsided with Conor McGregor, and probably not big, there’s a temptation that offers a price for McGregor to fail to land a clean punch. The same price is available on Mayweather, winning inside the first 30 seconds and putting and putting everyone to their misfortune.

As ever, the message is to wage responsibly.

Mayweather vs McGregor will fight on August 26 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.