Emmanuel Dapidran Pacquiao, better known to his fans as Manny Pacquiao has a whopping net worth of $ 260 million. Till now he has played many international tournaments, mostly ending the match as a winner. As reported, he has played in 65 fights, with a total of 57 wins (38 knockouts) and 6 losses (3 knockouts). Only 2 matches were draw.
His fight with Timothy Bradley in 2012 resulted in him losing, however it was afterward criticized with many claims of it being fixed. Then again there was major disagreement regarding the final results of Pacquiao vs. Mayweather fight in 2015. Manny lost the match however his fans declared him a clear-cut winner, regardless of the outcome.
|Height||5 ft 5 in|
|Age||38 years old|
|Nick Name||Pac-Man, The Destroyer, The Mexicutioner|
|Previous year’s earning||$160 Million|
Manny Pacquiao Net Worth
|Year||Manny Pacquiao Net Worth|
|2017||$ 260 million|
|2016||$ 250 million|
|2015||$ 200 million|
As reported by Forbes, he has earned $ 500 million throughout his career. In 2015, when he fought Floyd Mayweather, he was later rewarded with a $125 million payday.
About Manny Pacquiao:
Born on December 17, 1978, Manny Pacquiao is the son of Dionesia Dapidran-Pacquiao and Rosalio. His formative years were full of struggle as first his parents separated when he was just 6 years old. Then, due to poverty, he could not complete his education and thus dropped out of school. As his mother was the only one earnings in the family of six, so Pacquiao left his home, in order to search a better life.
After moving to Manila, he faced a shortage of funds and thus spent some days on the street. For a 14-year-old kid, it was tough to make the ends meet. However eventually he found his real passion, that was boxing. So at the age 16, he took boxing as a professional career.
Subsequently over the years with his sheer talent and handwork, he could finally secure his own place in the World Boxing Council (WBC).
Since then he has been recognized as a world class boxer with awards and titles such as “Fighter of the Decade”, “Boxer of the Decade” and “Athlete of the Decade”.