Floyd Mayweather - Net worth, Sponsors / Endorsements, Previous Deals, Business investments, Achievements, Charity work

Floyd Mayweather – Sponsors, Investments, Achievements, Charity Work

June 1, 2022

Here, we have a profile for Floyd Mayweather that details information about his playing career, as well as his sponsors, brand endorsements, investments, net worth, notable honours and charity work.


Full name: Floyd Joy Mayweather Jr.
Nationality: American
Date of birth: February 24, 1977
Birthplace: Michigan, USA 
Total wins: 50
Wins by Knockouts: 27
Net worth: US$1.2 billion

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Floyd Mayweather’s Sponsors / Endorsements 


The legendary Swiss watchmaker decided to sign a deal with Mayweather ahead of his bout against Conor McGregor in 2017. Mayweather of course, at the time, was an undefeated fighter and a twelve-time world champion.

Burger King

Mayweather has been associated with this American fast-food chain since 2015. The deal between the two reportedly involved an amount worth US$1m in 2015, which allowed the company to include its mascot among Mayweather’s entourage in a fight that year. He was also spotted eating a BK burger in 2017, another possible link between him and the company during that period. 

Grant Worldwide

Mayweather is also a partner of long-time boxing glove brand Grant Worldwide. In 2021, the company made an Instagram post promoting Floyd’s fight with Logan Paul. Other details of the deal remain unknown. 

TAAT Global Alternatives

Mayweather signed a deal with cigarette manufacturer TAAT Global Alternatives ahead of a fight against Logan Paul in 2021. The deal required him to sport the logo on baseball hats during his arrival into the arena for the match. Other specifics of the deal remain unknown. 


In April 2020, Mayweather signed a deal with the fan experience platform Fanmio. The company has partnered with Mayweather to produce experiences for fans and engage them in meet-and-greets organised by the company. 


fuboTV struck a deal with Mayweather in April 2020. The deal was created to help promote the use of “Virtual Mayweather” and protect its likeness. The virtual icon of Mayweather is to be used to compete against other boxing personalities in simulated matches. 

Tequila Avión

Ahead of his 50th professional fight in 2017, Mayweather signed a deal with Tequila Avión, a Mexico-based company. The deal involved promoting the company through the creation of a limited-edition spirit that was provided to Mayweather in celebration of the occasion.  

Floyd Mayweather’s Previous Endorsements / Sponsorship deals 


Mayweather signed a deal with Reebok in 2009 for a period of one year. The two parties chose not to extend their agreement in 2010, which may have been a hit for the company given that it was evolving during said period. 


Mayweather signed with FanDuel ahead of a fight against Manny Pacquiao in 2015. He sported the company’s logo on his shorts. The deal was deemed to be a rare one for the fighter, given the fact that he does not enter into too many sponsorship deals of this nature. The reason for his small number of sponsors is not due to the fact that brands are unwilling to endorse the star, but rather because the entry-level bid for them is US$1 million. 

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Floyd Mayweather‘s Business investments 

Daily Number

In April of 2019, fantasy sports app Daily Number announced the commencement of its agreement with Floyd Mayweather. The announcement mentioned that Mayweather had joined the company as an equity partner along with various other sports figures such as Connor Kroll and Richard Sherman.

The Money Team Racing 

TMT Racing is a company owned by Mayweather and is a fresh venture for the boxing legend. The team announced that it would be competing in NASCAR from 2022 and already has an abundance of merchandise that Mayweather promotes constantly. 

Mayweather Promotions

Mayweather made his first significant business investment in 2006 when he kicked off his boxing business by including several boxing professionals to help grow the said business. The company still hosts a vast roster and provided Mayweather with the majority of his revenue from 2006 to 2017.

Skate Rock City

Mayweather purchased a roller skate park in Las Vegas in 2021. The unique roller-skating disco has been deemed to be a therapeutic location, bringing the community together. 

Floyd Mayweather’s Achievements

  • WBC super featherweight champion (130 lbs)
  • WBC lightweight champion (135 lbs)
  • WBC super lightweight champion (140 lbs)
  • IBF welterweight champion (147 lbs)
  • WBC welterweight champion (147 lbs) (2×)
  • WBA (Super) welterweight champion (147 lbs)
  • WBO welterweight champion (147 lbs)
  • WBC light middleweight champion (154 lbs) (2×)
  • WBA (Super) light middleweight champion (154 lbs)

Floyd Mayweather’s Charity work

  • Mayweather has his own charity organisation called the Floyd Mayweather Jr. Foundation, which seeks to promote health and wellness, improve youth leadership, and ensure community development and optimal education. 
  • In March 2012, Mayweather donated US$49,000 to help a 10-month-old baby survive. The baby had gone through several heart surgeries due to cardiac issues. 
  • In 2017, Mayweather gave away all his sponsorship packages ahead of a fight against Conor McGregor to the London Charity Working Action Group. The amount raised was about US$20,000. 

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