Manny Pacquiao Net Worth

Manny Pacquiao net worth as of 2020

Manny Pacquiao

Name: Emmanuel (Manny) Dapidran Pacquiao

Birthday: December 17th, 1978

Age: 43

Place of Birth: Kibawe, Bukidnon, Philippines

Height: 1.66 M

Nationality: American

Wealth Source: Professional Boxer

Net Worth: $220 million


Manny Pacquiao is known to be one of the greatest professional boxers of all time. He has won over twelve major world championship titles, therefore, he is the only champion of the eight-division world championship.

Manny Pacquiao net worth is around $220 million.

It is also worth noting that Manny Pacquiao is the only boxer to win all the eight-division of boxing that is the flyweight, lightweight, featherweight, and welterweight.

Young Manny Pacquiao

Manny Pacquiao was born in Kibawa, Philipines, on December 17th, 1978, to Dionisia Dapidran Pacquiao and Rosalio Pacquiao.

He attended Saavedra Saway Elementary School in General Santos City. However, he dropped out of High School because of poverty.

Later in 2007, he took the high school equivalency exam, which he passed before joining Notre Dame of Dadiangas University for a Bachelors’s degree in business management.

A decade later, he graduated with a Bachelors’s degree in political science from the University of Makati.

Southwestern University further conferred Manny Pacquiao, the Honorary Degree of Doctor in Humanities.


Manny Pacquiao started boxing at the age of 14 which he turned professional when he was 16. Manny revealed that he joined boxing in order to survive and pay bills.

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Manny Pacquiao’s breakthrough came when he won all eight weight divisions in the world championship.

He, therefore, became the only boxer to win all the eight-division of boxing that is the flyweight, lightweight, featherweight, and welterweight.  

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Manny Pacquiao’s net worth is a whopping $220 million.

Forbes, in 2015 announced the Manny Pacquiao is still the second-highest-paid celebrity with a total earning of over $190 million.

 In 2008 to the first half of 2009, Forbes also listed Pacquiao alongside  NBA player LeBron James and golfer Phil Mickelson as the world’s equal sixth highest-paid athlete, with a total of $40 million.

Salary from boxing matches

January 2006- $2 million – against Erik Morales

July 2006- $1 million – against Oscar Larios

November 2006- $3 million – against Erik Morales

April 2007- $2 million – against Jorge Solis

October 2007- $2 million – against Marco Antonio Barrera

December 2008- $11 million – against Oscar De la Hoya

May 2009- $12 million – against Ricky Hatton

November 2009- $35 million – against Miguel Cotto

November 2010- $35 million – against Antonio Margarito

May 2011- $20 million – against Shane Mosely

November 2011- $20 million – against Juan Manuel Marquez

June 2012- $20 million – against Timothy Bradley I

December 2012- $30 million – against Juan Manuel Marquez

November 2013- $30 million – against Brandon Rios

April 2014- $20 million – against Timothy Bradley II

November 2014- $20 million – against Chris Algieri

May 2015- $130 million – against Floyd Mayweather

April 2016- $33 million – against Timothy Bradley III

November 2016- $10 million – against Jesse Vargas

January 2019- $10 million – against Adrien Broner


Manny Pacquiao has several homes under his real estate portfolio, with the latest being a grand mansion in Beverly Hills formally owned by P Diddy. The mansion is estimated to be worth $12.5 million.

Manny’s Grand mansion in Beverly Hills

Below is the list of homes owned by Pac Man.

  1. Los Angeles two-story home
  2. General Santos “White house” in Philipines
  3.  Sarangani Beach House- Sarangani Province
  4. North Forbes Park Mansion- Philipines
  5. West Cove Resort- Boracay
  6. Laguna house

Despite Pacquiao having several houses for himself, he managed to build 1,000 house units for underprivileged families in General Santos, his home town.

1,000 units built by Pacquiao in Philippines


With such huge net worth, Manny can undoubtedly afford any car he wants. Manny is known to be a car collector, and it is said that he currently owns close to 23 vehicles in his garage.

Inside Manny’s garage, you are sure to find the following cars.

  1. Ferrari 458 Italia
Pac’s Ferrari
  1. Lincoln Navigator
  2. Mitsubishi Grandis
  3. Chevrolet Suburban
  4. Mercedes  SL 550
Mercedes SL 550
  1. Mitsubishi Pajero
  2. Porsche Cayenne Turbo S
  3. Hyundai Santa Fe
  4. Cadillac Escalade
  5. Hammer H2
Pac’s Hummer H2
  1. Honda CRV
  2. Ford Expedition
  3. M2 Cyclone 1200cc Motorbike

The list is endless.


As of 2010, it was believed that Pacquiao could earn more than $10 million from commercial endorsements.

That said, He has worked with several big brands, including McDonald’s- Philipines, HP, and Nike.

How Manny spends his money

Pacquiao is a philanthropist whose main aim is to change people’s lives.

A large sum of his earnings goes towards helping the needy, especially in Philipines, in the form of scholarships, hospitals, church fundraising, disaster relief, environmental conservation. He also funds other international charities.

Personal Life

Manny Pacquiao married Jinkee Jamora in 2000. They have five children together, namely Emmanual Jr, Michael Stephen, Mary Devine Grace, Queen Elizabeth, and Israel. He is currently a senator in the Philipines.

Manny’s Family


Stories for the Soul- 2017- 2019

MP Featuring Sport Science- 2014- 2015

Para Sa ‘Yo Ang Laban Na Ito- 2013

Manny Many Prizes- 2011- 2012

Show Me Da Manny- 2009-2011

Totoy Bato- 2009

Pinoy Records- 2007-2010

Kamao: Matira Ang Matibay- 2005


Di Ko Kayang Tanggapin- 2000

Mahal KitaKahit Sino Ka Pa!- 2001

Basagan ng Mukha- 2001

Lisensyadong Kamao- 2005

Brown Soup Thing- 2008

Anak ng Kumander- 2008

Pangarap Kong Jackpot- 2008

Wapakman- 2009

Manny- 2015

Malvar- 2020

Freedom Fighters- 2020

Video Games

2005- Fight Night Round 2

2006- Fight Night Round 3

2009- Fight Night Round 4

2011- Fight Night Champion

2011- Pound for Pound

2015- PBA Philippine Slam

2017- Real Boxing Manny Pacquiao

Awards and Accolades

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Let us engrave this in our hearts: It is never too late to dream bigger dreams. It is never too late to accomplish our dreams. LIVE YOUR PASSION, not just for yourself, but for your family and for our country. I am grateful to the Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP) of the Philippine Councilors League-Legislative Academy (PCCLA) which gives chance to qualified Filipinos to attain College degree/diploma- Filipinos who wish to complete college through informal education. The enriching learning program was in partnership with the University of Makati College of Continuing, Advanced and Professional Studies, the Development Academy of the Philippines, and the Philippine Society for Public Administration. I will always remember the key lessons that I learned and the insights that I gained from all of you! I will always cherish the excitement that I experienced during the entire learning process leading to the exit conference, the final requirement that I needed to complete in order to earn a degree in Bachelor of Arts in Political Science- Local Government Administration. I am excited to receive my diploma and display it on the wall. I dedicate this to my very beautiful and very supportive wife, Jinkee, and to our amazing children, Jimuel, Michael, Princess, Queenie, and Israel. I will also show this diploma to my Mommy Dionisia, my Dad, and my siblings and remind them of God’s faithfulness. Among my achievements, this will be the most meaningful. Let this victory outside the boxing ring serve as an inspiration for people who are struggling to fight, to rise above adversity, to conquer and to embrace life and all its difficulties. Emmanuel D. Pacquiao Bachelor of Arts in Political Science- Local Government Administration Class of 2019, University of Makati

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Boxing Writers Association of America- Fighter of the Year-  2000- 2009

Fighter of the Decade- 2000- 2009

World Boxing Council- Boxer of the Decade- 2001- 2010

World Boxing Organization Best Pound-for-Pound- Fighter of the Decade- 2001- 2010

Boxing Writers Association of America- Fighter of the Year- 2006, 2008, 2009

ESPN- Fighter of the Year- 2006, 2008, 2009

The Ring Fighter of the Year- 2006, 2008, 2009

Sports Illustrated- Boxer of the Year- 2008

Yahoo! Sports Fighter of the Year- 2008

ESPY Awards Best Fighter- 2009, 2011

Sports Illustrated Fighter of the Year- 2009

TIME- 100 Most Influential People- 2009

Guinness World Records Most boxing world titles in different weight divisions- 2011

On The Ropes Boxing Awards- Fighter of the Year- 2014

Asia Society’s Asia Game Changer of the Year- 2015

Famous Quotes by Manny Pacquiao

No notes. You speak from deep in your heart. It’s easy.”

All those who are around me are the bridge to my success, so they are all important.”

“The most important thing as a leader is your relationship with God.”

“I don’t mind having these relatives. I’ll give them a little, since they all prayed for my victory.”

I want to show the people that Manny Pacquiao can still fight and give a good show.”

Before and After fighting Manny.

As of 2020, Manny Pacquiao net worth is estimated to be around $220 Million.

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