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Marvin Hagler, Floyd Mayweather or Cristiano Ronaldo: who has the biggest fortune?

These sportsman are among the wealthiest men in the history of sport. 

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Cristiano Ronaldo

Marvin Hagler, former American boxer who was world middleweight champion died this Saturday at his home in New Hampshire at the age of 66. His widow Kay G. Hagler confirmed it in a statement published on social networks. The woman did not reveal the cause of death but explained the death of Hagler, considered one of the best boxers in history, was "unexpected." Because of this, in El Futbolero we decided to compare the fortune he earned along his extensive and successful career with other mega sports icons such as Floyd Mayweather or Cristiano Ronaldo.

Marvin is the undisputed champion of the middleweight and also of Hollywood, the second stage that welcomed him and increased the amount of his bank account after retiring from the ring. The fighter appeared in action films, later became a commentator on British television and is currently a guest of honor at sporting events. His estimated fortune is $45 million.

The fortune of the three sportsmen are among the biggest in history

When it comes to Floyd Maywheather, the welterweight champion remains at the top despite the lawsuits and debts he registers such as the litigation imposed by the mother of his three children, Josie Harris, for 20 million dollars. Mayweather is one of the highest paid athletes in the world with an estimated fortune of $415 million, notes The Richest.

The phenomenal Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo is the first footballer to exceed 1,000 million dollars in earnings, adding 105 million in income this season, without deduction of taxes, surpassing his Argentine nemesis, Lionel Messi, in the race for be the one with the largest bank account.

According to the magazine specialized in economics and finance Forbes, the 35-year-old Portuguese is the third athlete to reach that figure while he is active, after the American golfer Tiger Woods, who did it in 2009, and the former boxer of the same nationality Floyd Mayweather in 2017.

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