Money. Money. Money.

Floyd Mayweather is all about it. The boxing star went so far that he appeared in ESPN Magazine for "The Money Issue." However, it doesn't stop there.

Pretty Boy Floyd is about to make history after it was announced he will have over $32 million in guaranteed money for his fight against Miguel Cotto on Saturday. This beats Mike Tyson's 1997 record of $30 million, the fight where he bit off Evander Holyfield's ear.

"It's the biggest guarantee ever in the history of the sport," said Golden Boy Promotions CEO Richard Schaefer. "Nobody ever had a guarantee bigger. Floyd is in a league of his own. I think that this shows it again."

Mayweather earned $25 million in his last fight against Victor Ortiz in September, and $22.5 million last year against Shane Mosley.

"This is just a testament to his star power," said Leonard Ellerbe, Mayweather's closest adviser. "Floyd Mayweather is a one-man walking conglomerate. Of course, this is exciting. Over the last 12 months he is the highest-paid athlete in sports."

Cotto's highest-earning total was $8 million, but he could set a new personal record when he faces Mayweather, along with the fact that the fight is on Pay-Per-View.

Now all Money has to do is just get a goddamn fight with Manny Pacquiao. Therefore, he can make even more money. 


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