Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao is set to hit the ring again this July 2 and is predicted to bring home at least $10 million from his upcoming bout, which also called as the “Battle of Brisbane.”
Manny’s first fight this year would be against Australian fighter, Jeff Horn, in Brisbane. The boxer’s last encounter was his win against Jessie Vargas, November of last year.
The amount that he would earn will be good enough to bring him back to the Forbes’ list of 100 highest-paid athletes which he was not included in this year.
The celebrity-athlete’s 2016 assets, liabilities, and net worth (SALN) indicate that he prefers tangible assets instead of financial investments.
Here is a look of what Manny has gained through his undoubtedly successful career.
Almost 46 percent of his assets consist of real estate properties. Pacman also owns a prime real estate in Hancock Park, Los Angeles amounting to P115 million.
Some of his other real estate properties include:
Beverly Mansion – Just this year, he bought it for P500 million from celebrity Jennifer Lopez.
Binan Laguna Mansion (PHP 100 MILLION)
Boracay Mansion (PHP 200 MILLION)
Forbes Mansion PHP 388 MILLION
Gen San Mansion PHP 100 MILLION
43 percent of his wealth includes cash, jewelries, and properties. Apparently, Manny owns a very expensive, PHP 28 Million Gold Rolex watch.
7 percent of his assets are composed of multiple businesses.
Here are some of them:
Road House Hotel Gensan
Jinkee’s Fashion World
JMP Shalom Travel and Tours
Pacman Sports Bar
The other 4 percent of his assets include his vehicles. One of the cars Manny drives is a Ferrari 458 Italia, a sports car costing PHP 12.5 MILLION.