How Much Will Manny Pacquiao Get Paid For Juan Manuel Marquez Fight? Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez are set to do battle in their fourth and more than likely final match.
According to Top Rank president Todd DuBoef Manny Pacquiao will make in excess of $25 million for fighting Juan Manuel Marquez on Saturday at the MGM Grand Garden, in Las Vegas. The non title match (exhibition) could even pay Pacquiao 30 million if the fight does well.
Pacquiao’s guarantee from the Nevada Athletic Commission contract is $8.595 million, said executive director Keith Kizer on Wednesday. Marquez will earn a guarantee of $3 million but pay-per-view boxers like Pacquiao and Marquez typically earn much more than their contractual agreements.
“I think this is the last fight with him,” Pacquiao said. “Last time,” agreed trainer Freddie Roach. “We’re going to knock him out. End of story.”
Manny Pacquiao, at 33 (54-4-2, 38 KOs) has beaten Juan Manuel Marquez, at 39 (54-6-1, 39 KOs) two of the three times prior to the December 8th bout with the most recent bout ending in a controversial Pacquiao decision.
A Pacquiao victory could potentially set up the super bout vs Floyd Mayweather making it the richest fight in boxing. Top Rank chairman Bob Arum said he thinks it could do close to 3 million on pay-per-view.