Adrien Broner: Purse for Granados fight, net worthWritten by Lee Cleveland
Tonight, the colorful Adrien Broner faces gritty foe Adrian Granados.
Broner vs Granados will take place in Cincinnati, OH and will be televised on Showtime.
So how much will the fighters make tonight?
According to the Ohio Athletic Commission via boxingnewsandviews.com, Adrien's Broner'S purse for tonight's fight is $1,000,000. Granados will pocket $250,000.
Flamboyant and arrogant, Adrien 'AB' Broner makes no secret for his love of money. (Incidentally, AB stands for 'About Billions.')
So how much is AB worth? According to The Richest, Broner's net worth is about $3Million USD. However, that was his reported net worth last year as well. Given he hasn't fought in a year and his purported payouts since last February, his net worth, whatever it is, is likely lower than it was last year.
Adrien Broner: A few of AB's alleged payouts since his last fight (Feb 3, 2016)
- Feb - $50,000 for coming in overweight against Ashely Theophane, his most recent opponent
- Sep - Broner allegedly paid off a fella he supposedly assaulted outside of a bowling alley in order to get the case dismissed. Adrien referenced a supposed settlement on Instagram, posting, "I gave a snitch n**ga 125k in a civil suit." He also suggested he paid his lawyers $150k ... and "had to give the IRS 3.7 this year."
His largest purse to date is reportedly $1.75 Million for his bout with Marcos Maidana in December 2013.
Adrien turned down a $4 Million offer last summer to fight Manny Pacquiao in November 2016.
Lee is Managing Editor of FightSaga.com, a student of the Sweet Science and longtime boxing fan.
A gym rat in the 1990s, Lee was trained by 1976 Olympic Silver Medalist Charles Mooney and several retired seasoned pros. He was also a sparring partner for former WBA Super Middleweight Champion Steve Little who upset Michael Nunn for the WBA Super Middleweight Title in '94.
Lee created FightSaga.com to honor and preserve boxing's rich heritage, chronicle the achievements of top fighters, celebrate the legacy of big fights and provide a fun, educational experience for fight fans.