The highest income per minute is the mouth gun, and the athlete earns one million dollars only in one second

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 The highest income per minute is the mouth gun, and the athlete earns one million dollars only in one second


Statistics show that Connor McGregor, a former UFC feathered and lightweight champion nicknamed mouth gun, ranks first in this list with $48 million per minute, and it only takes one second for him to earn $1 million, which is really astonishing.

On January 19 this year, McGregor, in the world-famous ufc246 war between the welterweight muzzle gun and cowboy, quickly TKO Donald serroni of cowboy in only 40 seconds, and got 32 million dollars of competition income. In addition, with the sponsorship fee of 16 million dollars, McGregor made a total of 48 million dollars, ranking No. 16 in Forbes sports income list and the only comprehensive combat project on the list Athletes. That translates to $47999976 per minute, or almost $48 million. For a million dollars, McGregor can get the money in a second.

Behind McGregor, boxer Wilder (US $1095238 per minute) came second, with three to five boxers: Alvarez (US $1060606 per minute), Tyson Fury (US $877193 per minute) and Anthony Joshua (US $631579 per minute), with rugby players in the sixth to tenth places. It is worth noting that the Chilean star Sanchez, who currently plays for Inter Milan, ranks 11th with $41254 per minute and is also the highest player in the football league. Lionel Messi and Ronaldo, the two superstars with total income second only to Federer, are ranked 24th and 37th respectively in the wealth list per minute. In addition, if sports are classified, boxing is the most profitable sport. Boxers on the Forbes list can earn an average of $883598 per minute, followed by rugby by $29971, but the gap is huge. Football, basketball and baseball ranked three to five. Source of this article: Cao Liqiao, responsible editor of Netease Sports_ NS1806

Behind McGregor, boxer Wilder (US $1095238 per minute) came second, with three to five boxers: Alvarez (US $1060606 per minute), Tyson Fury (US $877193 per minute) and Anthony Joshua (US $631579 per minute), with rugby players in the sixth to tenth places.

It is worth noting that the Chilean star Sanchez, who currently plays for Inter Milan, ranks 11th with $41254 per minute and is also the highest player in the football league. Lionel Messi and Ronaldo, the two superstars with total income second only to Federer, are ranked 24th and 37th respectively in the wealth list per minute.

In addition, if sports are classified, boxing is the most profitable sport. Boxers on the Forbes list can earn an average of $883598 per minute, followed by rugby by $29971, but the gap is huge. Football, basketball and baseball ranked three to five.