Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk are set to face off in a blockbuster £116m undisputed world heavyweight title fight… but what are their net worths and how have the boxing stars amassed and spent their fortunes?

For the richest prize in boxing comes the grandest pot. Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk will compete for the undisputed heavyweight title in Saudi Arabia this weekend in a bid to unify the entire division for the first time this century.

The Gypsy King brings his WBC belt to the table and with it, one of the most lucrative careers of the modern era.

Usyk, who prized away the WBA (Super), WBO, IBF and IBO straps from Anthony Joshua, is a decorated fighter that can boast an Olympic gold medal and he has already become an undisputed champion at cruiserweight.

And yet, Fury’s fortune is significantly greater than his Ukrainian foe. Yes, the Brit who has said he’d only fight AJ for free and that he drives a Volkswagen Passat has raked in the cash. In the same breath, he’ll remind you he’s a prize fighter.

Ahead of the historic showdown in Riyadh, Mail Sport takes a look at how the two boxers at the very top of their game competing for the greatest prize have amassed and spent their fortune.

Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk will compete for the undisputed heavyweight title on Saturday

Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk will compete for the undisputed heavyweight title on Saturday

Fury and Usyk are two of the greatest boxers of their generation

The pair have also enjoyed significant success outside of the ring, racking up large fortunes in the process

Fury (left) and Usyk (right) are two of the greatest boxers of their generation, but the pair have also enjoyed significant success outside of the ring, racking up large fortunes in the process

Fight

Turki Al-Sheikh, an advisor to the Saudi Royal Court, has grabbed boxing by the horns over the past year and has used the seemingly infinite funds at his disposal to do it.

All the biggest fights are now taking place away from the USA and the UK with Saudi Arabia providing enough incentive for even Eddie Hearn and Frank Warren, previously the two top promoters in the UK and bitter rivals, to collaborate together.

Fury Vs Usyk has been quoted as a £116million deal with the former set to take 70 per cent of the purse, which would equate to £81.2m. That would leave Usyk with around £35m, hardly a kick in the teeth.

However, Fury’s American promoter, Bob Arum, believes the Gypsy King expects to earn far more than £100m by the time pay-per-view buys and things of that nature are accounted for.

‘If you told Tyson Fury he’s set to make $100m (£79.6m), he’d really get p***ed off because he thinks, and I think he’s right, that he’s going to make a lot more,’ said Arum. ‘I don’t know the number, but it’s a lot more than $100m.’

The fight is set to take place in Saudi Arabia, which has become boxing's new hotspot location

The fight is set to take place in Saudi Arabia, which has become boxing’s new hotspot location




It has been quoted as a £116million fight with Fury set to take 70 per cent of the purse

Houses

Fury has quite the array of properties both home and abroad since shooting to the top of the boxing world, many of which have been showcased in his ITV and Netflix documentaries.

The 35-year-old has a five-bedroom family home that overlooks his beloved Morecambe Bay and that property was valued at £550k back in 2021.

A walk in wardrobe was a frequent sight on his wife Paris’ social media stories, featuring designer handbags and glamorous outfits. The house also has several of Tyson’s trophies and awards on the walls among several oil paintings.

While he still owns the property, Fury moved his family to a new seaside mansion in 2020.

He spent just shy of £1.7m on the property that has ‘Gypsy King’ emblazoned on the driveway complete with a water fountain and a mini-playground.

The Furys are up to seven children now, so more space was needed and his wife told Loose Women that they moved to allay security fears, too.

Fury is also said to own a stunning white-cobbled mansion in Marbella, Spain – where Usyk has trained for this fight – reportedly worth up to jaw-dropping £6m. The heavyweight kingpin is said to have purchased the home after being impressed while training out there himself.

Fury moved his family to a new seaside mansion in Morecambe in 2020, which is worth £1.7m

Fury moved his family to a new seaside mansion in Morecambe in 2020, which is worth £1.7m

The Gypsy King is also said to own a stunning white-cobbled mansion in Marbella, Spain

The Gypsy King is also said to own a stunning white-cobbled mansion in Marbella, Spain

Fury also bragged back in May 2021 that he had bought a sprawling place (above) in Las Vegas

Fury also bragged back in May 2021 that he had bought a sprawling place (above) in Las Vegas

Usyk, right, has a more modest array of houses, although he recently purchased a villa in Marbella

Usyk, right, has a more modest array of houses, although he recently purchased a villa in Marbella

Mail Sport recently went behind the scenes in Spain to look inside Usyk's training camp

Mail Sport recently went behind the scenes in Spain to look inside Usyk’s training camp

Pictures from 2018 have shown Fury in front of the property which features columns, large windows and an array of palm trees, though not much else is known. After revealing the pad on his Instagram story he said: ‘New house had to treat myself.’

Fury also has two properties in Las Vegas which he primarily uses for when he is fighting in the United States. He has repeatedly stated he will always be based out of Morecambe despite the temptations of the US.

One of the properties is said to be a stunning mansion that his trainer Sugarhill Steward primarily stays in.

‘My trainer SugarHill is living in the house rent-free right now, sending me photos of all the fun he is having. I love it over there,’ Fury said.

Usyk has a far more modest family home back in Vorzel, Ukraine, an area that was occupied by Russian soldiers not too long ago.

In fact, It was reported that the house was used as a base by the Russians, before they trashed it and left. Usyk’s wife, Yekaterina, shared pictures of the damage.

As part of his training in Marbella, it’s understood that The Cat purchased a villa in Gandia on the east coast of Spain and he’s often seen training on the beach there.

Cars

With the fortune he has amassed over his 16-year professional boxing career, it is perhaps no surprise Fury has splashed out on cars.

Back in 2022, he took to Instagram to show off his fleet of supercars outside of his £1.7m home in Morecambe. He boasts two Rolls-Royce Cullinan cars, which cost upwards of £300,000 in his collection – which is believed to be worth more than £1m.

The boxer’s car collection includes further Rolls-Royces, a G-Wagon, a classic Mini Cooper, a Range Rover as well as multiple Ferraris.

Fury's extravagant fleet of supercars are believed to be worth in excess of £1million

Fury’s extravagant fleet of supercars are believed to be worth in excess of £1million

His collection includes Rolls-Royces, a G-Wagon, a classic Mini Cooper, a Range Rover as well as multiple Ferraris

His collection includes Rolls-Royces, a G-Wagon, a classic Mini Cooper, a Range Rover as well as multiple Ferraris

Fury with his Rolls-Royce Phantom ahead of his bout with Otto Wallin in September 2019

Fury with his Rolls-Royce Phantom ahead of his bout with Otto Wallin in September 2019

Usyk's car collection is more private but he received a personalised Audi RS Q8 last year

Usyk’s car collection is more private but he received a personalised Audi RS Q8 last year

The specialised model was adapted in relation to his nickname of 'The Cat', with an emblem of the animal plastered across the front of the bonnet and within the car's interior

The specialised model was adapted in relation to his nickname of ‘The Cat’, with an emblem of the animal plastered across the front of the bonnet and within the car’s interior

Usyk’s car collection is less well-known, although the Ukrainian reportedly owns a BMW M8 Gran Coupe, a Mercedes-AMG and a Smart Fortwo car.

However, Usyk’s favourite vehicle is said to be the Audi RS Q8 and last year a personalised model of the car was made for him with a twist.

The Ukrainian’s nickname is ‘The Cat’ and the specialised model was adapted as such, with an emblem of the animal plastered across the front of the bonnet and within the car’s interior.

Net worths

Fury’s distinguished career has seen his net worth rise to a reported £130million.

His career earnings are believed to have largely come from his iconic trilogy with Deontay Wilder. Forbes estimated that Fury earned £21m from his 2020 rematch against the American. The figure reportedly pushed his earnings in 2020 alone to over £41m, while he is claimed to have earned £50m from the third fight with Wilder and his 2022 meeting with Dillian Whyte.

The Gypsy King then reportedly received a further £65m for his crossover bout with Francis Ngannou last October.

However, Fury is also hugely successful outside of the ring through various investments and sponsorship deals.

His business portfolio ranges from his own energy drink, Furocity, along with book deals, Netflix documentaries, sports bars and financial investments.

Meanwhile, he sponsored the shorts of Morecambe, his local football club, for the 2022-23 season.

Fury also has several endorsements with various companies, including Italian fashion brand Claudio Luigi, along with Wow Hydrate and Lund Group, with Forbes reporting he earned £6.5m last year through sponsorship alone.

Tyson Fury's business portfolio stretches far and wide, including his own energy drink

Tyson Fury’s business portfolio stretches far and wide, including his own energy drink

Fury and his family have also featured in a Netflix documentary, 'At Home with the Fury's'

Fury and his family have also featured in a Netflix documentary, ‘At Home with the Fury’s’



Usyk’s net worth has risen dramatically since his double victory over Anthony Joshua



He boasts several endorsement deals with the likes of Rival, Jaxet, Lomus and We Play Esports

Meanwhile, Usyk’s net worth is believed to be more modest, with Spanish outlet Marca reporting it to be around £45m.

However, his wealth has dramatically risen since his back-to-back fights against Anthony Joshua in 2021 and 2022, with the Ukrainian reportedly earning around £57.5m from those bouts.

Usyk – who is set to rake in around £35m from his showdown with Fury – has also seen his coffers boosted by endorsement deals.

These include with Boxraw, a sportswear brand focused on boxing, while he also has deals with the likes of Rival, Jaxet, Lomus and We Play Esports.

Whatever happens on Saturday night, it is clear both these boxers will continue to rake in the cash as they look to immortalise their status at the top of the fighting world.

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