Boxers Who Grabbed Biggest Paychecks in October 2021: Tyson Fury, Deontay Wilder, and Three More

The boxing schedule for October 2021 was action-packed. From Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder's trilogy to Mikey Garcia's comeback, fans witnessed several intriguing bouts. That said, here are boxers who grabbed the biggest paychecks in October 2021.

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Tyson Fury

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Fury was guaranteed $30 million for his trilogy fight against Deontay Wilder alongside a percentage in PPV sales revenue. That said, Fury took home the WBC and The Ring heavyweight titles plus a huge bag. 

Deontay Wilder

Deontay Wilder was guaranteed $20 million and a share in the revenue generated through PPV sales. 

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Shakur Stevenson 

Shakur Stevenson reportedly earned around $1.7 million for his victory in a WBO junior lightweight title bout against Jamel Herring. It is Stevenson's career-high fight purse to date.

Mikey Garcia

Mikey Garcia reportedly made around $1.5 million for his comeback fight against Sandor Martin, which he lost via a majority decision.

Jamel Herring

Jamel Herring reportedly earned his career-high, around $1.5 million, for his WBO junior lightweight title defense against Shakur Stevenson.

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