Teofimo Lopez Net Worth, Career Earnings, Biggest Fight Purse & Endorsement Deals: ‘The Takeover’ Sits On $5 Million Fortune

Teofimo Lopez Boxing
Teofimo Lopez Boxing

Having already beaten some huge names in the world of boxing, we have decided to take an in depth look into the career of Teofimo Lopez. This includes Lopez’s net worth, career earnings, biggest career purse and his endorsement deals.

Teofimo Lopez Net Worth

Teofimo Lopez has been a professional boxer since he turn over back in 2016. He has been boxing consistently for the best part of eight years now in the pro ranks, earning more and more money as his career has progressed.

In his short career to date and being just 26-years-old, Teofimo Lopez has become one of the biggest stars in the sport. ‘The Takeover’ has well and truly lived up to his nickname, becoming undisputed world champion at just 23-years-old.

Now, after a tough 18 month period in his career, Lopez is back on top after becoming a two-weight world champion. Lopez put on an incredible performance against Josh Taylor on June 10, 2023, winning the fight via unanimous decision as the underdog with the best offshore sportsbooks. He then defended his belt successfully against Jamaine Ortiz last time out.

As of today, it is reported that Teofimo Lopez’s net worth is $5 million (source: CA Knowledge).

Not only does Lopez have a $5 million net worth, but he is also a huge celebrity in his home town of New York. He is without a doubt one of the most recognisable figures in American boxing terms, hence why he makes millions of dollars every time he fights.

This figure of $5 million is likely to grow for the former unified lightweight champion as his career goes on too. $5m is possibly even an under estimation of Lopez’s net worth, given the fact he is a world champion again and has beaten fighters of the elk of Vasyl Lomachenko and Josh Taylor.

Once again, the net worth of Teofimo Lopez is sure to catapult even higher as his career rolls on. He is still a baby in boxing terms at just 26, so there are certainly some huge pay-days and massive nights ahead for ‘The Takeover’.

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Teofimo Lopez Career Earnings

Teofimo Lopez has earned millions of dollars throughout his boxing career so far, with regular fight purses of $1 million+. For his maiden world title challenge against the great Vasyl Lomachenko back in October 2020, ‘The Takeover’ reported earned an estimated purse of $1.5 million.

After 21 professional boxing fights, Lopez’s biggest fight purse is reported to have been around $3 million. This was reportedly how much Lopez earned for his outing against Sandor Martin in their super-lightweight bout in December 2022. The 1997-born boxing star won the fight via split decision, not performing to his best but still getting the win.

Lopez also reportedly earned a purse of $3 million for his WBO World Super-Lightweight Title defense last time out against Jamaine Ortiz. ‘The Takeover’ was far from his best, but still won the fight and got paid a huge sum of money for doing so.

Despite losing to George Kambosos Jr immediately after the famous Lomachenko victory, Teofimo Lopez earned around $2.1 million for the fight (source: Sports Payouts). This is said to be the third biggest purse of Lopez’s boxing career.

After stepping up to super-lightweight following the first defeat of his career, Teofimo Lopez earned another lucrative purse. He fought Pedro Campa in his 140-pound debut, earning around $1.7 million in the process.

For his fight against Josh Taylor when he became a two-division world champion, Teofimo Lopez earned yet another lucrative purse. Per Mike Coppinger of ESPN, Lopez reportedly earned a minimum of $2.3 million for his fight at Madison Square Garden.

This means that all in all, Teofimo Lopez’s career earnings are estimated to be somewhere in the region of $17 million. It’s safe to say that ‘The Takeover’ has earned a fortune so far, with the biggest pay days still potentially ahead of him.

Teofimo Lopez Fight Pay (Last 10):

Fight Fight Purse
Teofimo Lopez vs Jamaine Ortiz $3 million
Teofimo Lopez vs Josh Taylor $2.3 million
Teofimo Lopez vs Sandor Martin $3 million
Teofimo Lopez vs Pedro Campa $1.7 million
Teofimo Lopez vs George Kambosos Jr $2.1 million
Teofimo Lopez vs Vasyl Lomachenko $1.5 million
Teofimo Lopez vs Richard Commey $1 million
Teofimo Lopez vs Masayoshi Nakatani $225,000
Teofimo Lopez vs Edis Tatli $150,000
Teofimo Lopez vs Diego Magdaleno $100,000

All Teofimo Lopez purse info per Sports Payouts

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Teofimo Lopez Endorsements & Sponsorship Deals

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Although the vast majority of Lopez’s earnings comes from prize fighting, he also earns lots of money outside of the ring too. These vast endorsement deals from outside of the ring are a big player in boosting Lopez’s net worth and career earnings.

The 26-year-old’s biggest endorsement deal as of today is his partnership with beer brand Bud Light. ‘The Takeover’ inked the deal with Bud Light back in 2021, who have sponsored Lopez since then up to now in his boxing career.

Not only is this huge endorsement deal with Bud Light a big earner for ‘Teo’, but he is also currently endorsed by the likes of Essentia Water, Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Budweiser, Coca-Cola and Walt Disney World Ambassadors to name but a few.

On top of all of these sponsors, Teofimo Lopez is the CEO of Takeover Promotions Inc. This company was founded to help lead the new generation to financial literacy. Lopez isn’t too hands-on as he of course is more concerned with his boxing career, but it looks like the American has a business venture outside of the ring for his future.

Forbes reported that Teofimo Lopez makes $100,000 from his endorsements and sponsors per annum. Not bad for simply promoting a brand and doing the odd photoshoot! Ultimately though it is punching people in the face for a living that earns ‘The Takeover’ his biggest purses.

Be sure to claim the various sports betting apps offers and boxing free bets available on the SportsLens site ahead of Teofimo Lopez’s next fight.

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