Manny Pacquiao
Manny Pacquiao | $ 100 Million
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Manny Pacquiao Net Worth

Net Worth $ 100 Million
Manny Pacquiao
Manny Pacquiao
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Born on: 17th Dec 78 Born in: Philippines Marital status: Married Occupation: Boxer and politician
Manny Pacquiao net worth is estimated at $290 million. Manny Pacquiao is a professional boxer from Philippines. He has won 8 world titles and also the first man to to bag the lineal championship in four different classes. The Boxing Writers Association in the US rated him as the best fighter of the 2000s. Presently he is the WBO Welterweight champion. Apart from boxing, the man has a profound interest in politics.From May 2010 he is an elected member of the House of the Representatives.  The Bulk of Manny Pacquiao net worth came the negotiated money price from his boxing bouts as well as from  payments such as pay-for-view, advertisements and endorsements. Many wonders how much Manny Pacquiao earns whenever he wins a match. Well, that actually depends on the negotiated price. Normally Manny approves the amount before he signs the contract to fight. Apart from this he will receive other payments such as pay-for-view, advertisements and endorsements. It has been reported that his contract price has been steadily growing up from the time he has been fighting in the US. He usually gets around $15 million per fight. For example, in the Pacquiao-Hatton fight, he got $12 million. But in addition to this he also received 52% of pay-per-view revenues. All these are primary source of Manny Pacquiao net worth.   Last year Manny bought a house in the Forbes Park - home for the rich - for $9 million. The Forbes Park is considered to be an exclusive residence for the billionaires. The property is 1500 sq m in size and is located in Cambridge street. It seems that the boxer made quite a few purchases last year. He also gifted himself a brand new Ferrari 458 Italia which is worth $225,000. This is not the first expensive car that he has bought. In fact, he has a whole battery of luxury cars that includes a Porsche, Lincoln Navigator and Escalade among others. All these extravagant purchases was made possible due to the huge Manny Pacquiao net worth.   Manny was born in Philippines and is the fourth among the six siblings. His parents got separated when he was about 12 years of age. The accomplished boxer is married to Maria Geraldine Jamora and they have four children. Though he resides in his hometown of General Santos City, he is officially residing in Kiamba as a Congressman. He is a very religious person and one can see him make the sign of cross inside the ring many times. As soon as he comes back home from a successful fight he attends the Mass in Manila to pray.
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Manny Pacquiao Estates and Homes (1)

Lagao Village, General Santos City

Manny Pacquiao's expansive house in Lagao Village, General Santos City, features a swimming pool in the shape of a boxing glove, and iron garden. The boxing champ reportedly spent P35 million which is known to local tourists as "Pacman's Mansion". It is a two-story building that houses the servants' quarters, a billiard room, a gym with a sauna, an entertainment center, and a recording studio. The furniture pieces and furnishings inside both structures, according to Manny, are imported from Italy and Japan.

Manny Pacquiao Autos and Cars (1)

Ferrari 458 Italia

Manny Pacquiao’s Ferrari 458 Italia

The champion boxer Manny Pacquiao purchased a matte black colored Ferrari 458 Italia on November 2011, and was photographed arriving to attend a training session at the Wildcard Gym ahead of a bout in his new Ferrari. The $525,000 sports car possesses a potent cocktail of awesome looks and superb on road performance at high speeds. The devastatingly quick machine can attain a maximum speed of 325 km/hour and is capable of accelerating to 100 km/hour after start in 3.4 seconds. The interiors have been fitted with carbon fiber racing seats and hi-tech electronic systems like a trip computer too has been installed.

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