Tim Bradley: Net worth, purse for Pacquiao fight
On Saturday night, two division champion Tim Bradley (33-1-1, 13 KO) faces Manny Pacquiao, a fight legend and one of the biggest names in sports.
It will serve as the third meeting between the fighters.
Win or lose to Manny Pacquiao on April 9, Tim Bradley appears to have a few stellar next fight options ahead.
A win or a respectable loss for Bradley, a former two-time WBO welterweight champion, could earn him another shot at the WBO belt which will be granted to the winner of the upcoming Sadam Ali vs Jessie Vargas bout. The WBO has promised to give the winner added significance but given Bradley's reputation and Pacquiao's presumed exodus from boxing, a solid performance (in defeat) would probably be enough.
Other possible opponents are Amir Khan, Miguel Cotto, Canelo Alvarez, Keith Thurman, Shawn Porter, and a rematch with Juan Manuel Marquez.
Tim Bradley's purse for Manny Pacquiao
So how much will Tim Bradley make against Pacquiao?
Tim will receive $4 million down and a share of the fight revenue from pay-per-view sales and other income. At the end of the day, Bradley will likely earn $6 Million Saturday night.
Tim's purse for facing Juan Manuel Marquez in 2013 was $4.1 Million and Tim received a purported $5 Million, his highest purse to date, for facing Manny in their 2014 rematch. And for his most reccent match with Brandon Rios, Bradley earned $1.9 Million.
Tim Bradley: Net Worth
Heading into his third fight with Pacquiao, Tim's net worth is roughly $7.1 Million, according to Celebrity Money.
An accomplished welterweight, Tim has defeated the likes of Juan Manuel Márquez, Ruslan Provodnikov, Lamont Peterson, Brandon Rios and Devon Alexander, and has ended four undefeated streaks. As of April 2016, The Ring magazine currently ranks Bradley as the world's #4 welterweight and #9 pound for pound.
So what is net worth?
One's net worth is everything she/he owns of significance (their assets) minus what they owe in debts (their liabilities). Assets include cash and investments, a home and other real estate, cars or anything else of value someone owns.