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Forbes World’s Highest-Paid Athletes 2018 – See Full List

The Forbes World’s Highest-Paid Athletes 2018 has been released. Floyd Mayweather, the boxing  juggernaut, still dominates as he tops the list with an estimated $285 million. Surprisingly, he is $174 million ahead of the next ranked person: Lionel Messi. Messi earns $111 million and he is followed by Cristiano Ronaldo, who earns $108 million.

So, Boxing tops the Forbes World’s Highest-Paid Athletes 2018, followed by Soccer and the the Mixed Martial Arts (MMA). Conor McGregor: $99 million (MMA, Ireland) is 4th on the list. The top 10 is domianted in the following way: 1 Boxer (Floyd), 3 Soccer players (Messi, Ronaldo & Neymar), 1 MMA (Conor), 2 Basketball players (LeBron James & Stephen Curry), 2 (American) Football players (Matt Ryan & Mathew Stafford) & finally 1 Tennis player (Roger Federer).

Forbes World’s Highest-Paid Athletes 2018

Below is the full list of the Forbes World’s Highest-Paid Athletes 2018.

Rank, Name, Earnings, Sport, Country

1. Floyd Mayweather: $285 million (Boxing, U.S.)

2. Lionel Messi: $111 million (Soccer, Argentina)

3. Cristiano Ronaldo: $108 million (Soccer, Portugal)

4. Conor McGregor: $99 million (MMA, Ireland)

5. Neymar: $90 million (Soccer, Brazil)

6. LeBron James: $85.5 million (Basketball, U.S.)

7. Roger Federer: $77.2 million (Tennis, Switzerland)

8. Stephen Curry: $76.9 million (Basketball, U.S.)

9. Matt Ryan: $67.3 million (Football, U.S.)

10. Matthew Stafford: $59.5 million (Football, U.S.)

11. Kevin Durant: $57.3 million (Basketball, U.S.)

12. Lewis Hamilton: $51 million (Racing, U.K.)

13. Russell Westbrook: $47.6 million (Basketball, U.S.)

14. James Harden: $46.4 million (Basketball, U.S.)

15. Canelo Alvarez: $44.5 million (Boxing, Mexico)

16. Tiger Woods: $43.3 million (Golf, U.S.)

17. Drew Brees: $42.9 million (Football, U.S.)

18. Sebastian Vettel: $42.3 million (Racing, Germany)

19. Derek Carr: $42.1 million (Football, U.S.)

20. Rafael Nadal: $41.4 million (Tennis, Spain)

20. Alex Smith: $41.4 million (Football, U.S.)

22. Phil Mickelson: $41.3 million (Golf, U.S.)

23. Jordan Spieth: $41.2 million (Golf, U.S.)

24. Damian Lillard: $39.2 million (Basketball, U.S.)

25. Anthony Joshua: $39 million (Boxing, U.K.)

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26. Rory McIlroy: $37.7 million (Golf, U.K.)

27. Trumaine Johnson: $37 million (Football, U.S.)

28. Jimmy Garoppolo: $36.2 million (Football, U.S.)

29. Kyrie Irving: $36.1 million (Basketball, U.S.)

30. Blake Griffin: $35.5 million (Basketball, U.S.)

30. Giannis Antetokounmpo: $35.5 million (Basketball, Greece)

32. Ryan Tannehill: $35.2 million (Football, U.S.)

33. Von Miller: $35.1 million (Football, U.S.)

34. Anthony Davis: $34.9 million (Basketball, U.S.)

35. Kei Nishikori: $34.6 million (Tennis, Japan)

36. Gareth Bale: $34.6 million (Soccer, U.K.)

37. Clayton Kershaw: $34.5 million (Baseball, U.S.)

38. Carmelo Anthony: $33.2 million (Basketball, U.S.)

39. Fernando Alonso: $33 million (Racing, Spain)

39. DeMar DeRozan: $33 million (Basketball, U.S.)

41. Chris Paul: $31.9 million (Basketball, U.S.)

42. Dwyane Wade: $31.8 million (Basketball, U.S.)

42. Paul Millsap: $31.8 million (Basketball, U.S.)

44. Klay Thompson: $31.1 million (Basketball, U.S.)

45. Usain Bolt: $31 million (Track, Jamaica)

46. Gordon Hayward: $30.8 million (Basketball, U.S.)

47. David Price: $30.7 million (Baseball, U.S.)

48. Kyle Lowry: $30.5 million (Basketball, U.S.)

49. Albert Pujols: $30.3 million (Baseball, Dominican Republic)

50. Mike Conley: $30 million (Basketball, U.S.)

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