Boxer Floyd Mayweather replaces Tiger Woods at the top of the list of Forbes 100 highest paid athletes having earned $85 million over the past 12 months, more than any other athlete in the world.
Manny Pacquiao at $62 million in earnings
Tiger Woods at $59.4 million in earnings ($55 million from endorsements)
LeBron James at $53 million in earnings ($40 million from endorsements)
Roger Federer at $52.7 million in earnings ($45 million from endorsements)
Kobe Bryant at $52.3 million in earnings ($32 million from endorsements)
Phil Mickelson at $47.8 million in earnings ($43 million from endorsements)
David Beckham at $46 million in earnings ($37 million from endorsements)
Cristiano Ronaldo at $42.5 million in earnings ($22 million in endorsements)
Peyton Manning at $42.4 million in earnings ($10 million in endorsements)
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