Tyson Fury Net Worth

Tyson Fury net worth

Tyson Fury professional boxing career began in year 2008. He defeat (Béla Gyöngyösi) in his debut fight. A report revealed he make (£10k) from the debut win over Gyongyosi. In 2009, He become English heavyweight champion after winning fight from (McDermott). Tyson Fury net worth reported (£45 million) in 2019. His earnings hike after signing most expensive deal with WWE in 2019.

Tyson Fury 2020 Purse Payouts

Tyson Fury Net Worth ($50 Million) :

Fury net worth increased to $50 million after signing lucrative deal with WWE. He make one appearance in WWE and earn ($15 million) according to reports. WWE is still in contact with boxer for more appearance. He earn $3 million guaranteed purse money from the fight against Wilder in 2018.

Tyson Fury Guaranteed Purse ($3 Million) : Tyson Fury after signing most successful contract with WWE in year 2019 make $15 million from it. He make three times more money in next five years after signing new deal with (ESPN) value £80 million. In fight against Wilder, he make $3 million but some sources claimed he received split bonus which increase total purse upto ($7 million).

Tyson Fury Boxing Career Earnings Payouts
Opponents
Purse Money
PPV Split Bonus
Year
Wladimir Klitschko
£5 million
50%
2015
Dereck Chisora
$12 million
60%
2014
Christian Hammer
$5 million
N/A
2015
Sefer Seferi
$2 million
N/A
2018
Chris Arreola
$2.5 million
N/A
2018
Deontay Wilder
$3 million
50%
2018
Tom Schwarz
£7 million
60%
2019
Otto Wallin
£10 million
60%
2019
Deontay Wilder
£7 million
50%
2020
Upcoming Fight
N/A
N/A
2020
Upcoming Fight
N/A
N/A
2021
Wrestling Professional Career Earnings
Braun Strowman
$15 million
N/A
2019

Tyson Fury purse per fight details collected from trusted sources boxing and wrestling. His earnings include the PPV revenue share bonus. He signed most expensive boxing deal with ESPN for 5 years. He will earn $11 million highest ever purse money reported in fight against Deontay Wilder. All of his earnings details updated here later and after each fight.

Sources The Sun, Express UK, CityAM, Boxing Scene, Boxing 24 Forum, Wrestling INC