Boxing Purses, PPV Buys, and Live Gates

Purses: Guerrero $1MM, Kamegai $75K


Robert Guerrero will be tomorrow night's only million dollar man on the purse sheets, while main event foe Yoshihiro Kamegai will make $75,000.

Purses: Cotto $7MM guaranteed, Sergio $1.5MM


Miguel Cotto and Sergio Martinez have bickered over "A-side" and "B-side," but the money being made tonight tells the story.

Purses: Marquez $1.4MM, Alvarado $650K


Juan Manuel Marquez and Mike Alvarado are fighting for the same ultimate prize tonight, but it's A-side Marquez taking home twice the money Alvarado will tonight.

Pacquiao-Bradley II does 750-800K buys


Manny Pacquiao isn't selling on pay-per-view like he used to, and Bob Arum believes it's time to go full steam ahead in Macau.

Pacquiao-Bradley does lowest Manny gate in years


It's been a long time since Manny Pacquiao's Nevada gate receipts have dipped below $8 million, but they did just that this past Saturday in his rematch with Timothy Bradley.

Purses: Manny $20MM guaranteed, Bradley $6MM


Manny Pacquiao will make a guarantee of $20 million for Saturday's rematch with Timothy Bradley, who will pull in a career-high $6 million.

Canelo-Angulo does 350K buys on PPV


The March 8 Showtime pay-per-view main event between Canelo Alvarez and Alfredo Angulo did 350,000 buys, according to Showtime and Golden Boy.

Purses: Canelo $1.25MM+, Angulo $750K


Canelo Alvarez is The Million Dollar Man for Saturday night, and will bring in much more than his $1.25 million base purse.

Pacquiao-Rios does about 500K buys


Manny Pacquiao's November 23 win over Brandon Rios just didn't move the needle in the build-up, as the fight did Pacquiao's lowest buyrate since 2008.

Bradley-Marquez does 375,000 PPV buys


Top rated welterweights Timothy Bradley and Juan Manuel Marquez exceed expectations with a profitable PPV return.

Mayweather-Canelo expected to pass 2 million buys


The Mayweather-Canelo fight did the expected blockbuster business, as Richard Schaefer says the fight will eclipse two million buys and set a new revenue record in the U.S., while the fight did...

New gate record soars over $20 million


Golden Boy's Richard Schaefer announced this afternoon that the new gate record for Mayweather-Canelo has gone over $20 million.

Purses: Floyd $41.5 million, Canelo $5 million


Floyd Mayweather and Canelo Alvarez will rake in the big bucks on Saturday night, but there's a massive gulf between what "big bucks" are to Floyd and "big bucks" are to Canelo.

Mayweather has $41.5 million guaranteed for 9/14


He'll pull in more than his $41.5 million guarantee on September 14, but Floyd Mayweather has done it again, smashing his own record guaranteed purse.

Mayweather-Canelo sets new NV gate record


One record down, more to go? Floyd Mayweather and Canelo Alvarez have already turned in the biggest gate in Nevada boxing history.

Mayweather-Guerrero: 870K PPV buys latest number


Did the Mayweather vs Guerrero pay-per-view do over a million buys or not? And will we ever know for sure?

Gate: $9.9 million for Mayweather-Guerrero


The May 4 fight between Floyd Mayweather and Robert Guerrero sold over 14,000 tickets, and came in just under $10 million at the gate.

Mayweather-Guerrero PPV buys rumored under 1M


It sounds as though Floyd Mayweather vs Robert Guerrero didn't move the needle on pay-per-view, and Floyd's Showtime debut might well go down as a flop, if the talk is true.

Purses: Mayweather $32M, Guerrero $3M


Floyd Mayweather will make over ten times what Robert Guerrero does tomorrow, pulling in a $32 million purse for the Showtime pay-per-view main event.

Purses: Donaire $1.32M, Rigondeaux $750k


Nonito Donaire and Guillermo Rigondeaux have main event-level purses for tonight's fight at Radio City Music Hall.

Pacquiao-Marquez does $10.8 million gate


Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez brought the fans to Las Vegas, selling out the MGM Grand and generating a $10.8 million live gate, the 13th-highest in Nevada history.

Pacquiao-Marquez IV sold out, $10.5 million gate


For those wondering if anyone would care about the fourth fight between Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez, it appears the answer is a resounding yes, as the MGM Grand Garden Arena is sold out...

Purses: Pacquiao $25 million, Marquez $3 million


Top Rank says that Manny Pacquiao will make in excess of $25 million on Saturday to face Juan Manuel Marquez for a fourth time in Las Vegas.

Berto-Guerrero purses: Seven figures for each


Andre Berto and Robert Guerrero will each make a seven-figure purse for tomorrow night's HBO main event.

Full Martirosyan vs. Lara fight purses


A full list of fight purses for this previous Saturday's HBO boxing event headlined by Vanes Martirosyan and Erislandy Lara battling to a draw.

Chavez Jr vs Martinez Sells 475,000 on PPV

Chavez Jr vs Martinez did well on pay-per-view, with 475,000 buys and $24 million in revenue.

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