Roger Mayweather | $ 20 Million
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Roger Mayweather

Professional Boxer, Retired

Net Worth $ 20 Million
  • Birthday1st Jan, 70
  • Birth PlaceUnited States
  • Marital statusMarried
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Born Roger Mayweather has an estimated net worth of $20 million.  Mayweather, Mayweather Jr.'s trainer has won two major world titles in two different weight classes. On July 29, 1981, Mayweather made his pro boxing debut against Andrew Ruiz. On January 19, 1983, Mayweather earned a title shot against WBA super featherweight (130 lb) champion Samuel Serrano. On February 22, 1984, Mayweather had his first loss when he was knocked out in round 1 by Rocky Lockridge. On July 7, 1985, Mayweather earned the opportunity to fight against WBC Junior Lightweight champion and future legend Julio César Chávez. On November 28, 1986, Mayweather beat Sammy Fuentes for the WBC Continental Americas lightweight title. On March 28, 1987, Mayweather fought against Pernell Whitaker for the NABF lightweight title where Whitaker won by unanimous decision. On November 12, 1987, Mayweather won over WBC Junior Welterweight champion Rene Arredondo by TKO. On May 13, 1989, Mayweather retired after round 10 due the body damage inflicted by Mexican champion Julio César Chávez. On April 5, 1990, Mayweather won the WBA Americas super lightweight title against Ildemar Paisan. On December 7, 1991, Mayweather fought Rafael Pineda for the vacant IBF junior welterweight title but he lost by knockout in round 9. On March 14, 1993, Mayweather beat former WBA lightweight champion Livingstone Bramble by corner stoppage in round 5. On August 4, 1994, Mayweather won the IBO welterweight (147 lb) title by unanimous decision against Johnny Bizzarro. On June 25, 1995, Mayweather fought the 14-0 Kostya Tszyu for the IBF junior welterweight title where he loses by unanimous decision. On March 12, 1997, Mayweather won his last title, the IBA welterweight title when he beat Carlos Miranda by round 12 TKO. On May 8, 1999, Mayweather won over Javier Francisco Mendez ending his career with a total of nine major and minor titles in four weight classes.


  • "I'm the one who trains Floyd, I'm the one who trains him. It ain't his daddy, it's me."
  • "I'm telling you, Floyd's training with me. He don't train with his daddy. He trains with me. Even now. He's training with me. He ain't training with his daddy, he's training with me."
  • ""I ain't trying to take no shortcuts, man. What fits, put it in there."
  • "All I want is for the fight to go well and he comes out with a victory. If he does that, it's all right with me,"
  • "He figures he can do that basically by having us in the corner together. That's the only thing I can think of. All this time, Floyd's been with me, the whole time he's boxed. So for it to be something else, it's something that he's trying to mend, I guess."
  • "I know one thing, I had more fights than all of them, period,I'm pretty sure I know what he needs to do."
  • "That's somebody that they think can beat Floyd. It's just somebody they believe can beat Floyd."
  • " I guess they're going to fight at 152 pounds. Weight don't win fights anyways. Weight won't win this one either. ... I've seen probably three fights. He's alright. He ain't no beast like they say he is. He's a kind of aggressive guy but he tries to box too."
  • "What we'll find out, how good can he box against a guy who can fight? I've seen him fight Shane Mosley. I've seen him fight a couple guys."
  • "You've got to understand, you cannot call yourself the best fighter in the sport if you don't take the risk. That's what boxing is about."

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