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Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao made so much money this weekend. The "Fight of the Century," rather predictably, didn't live up to the hype. Not that Mayweather or Pacquiao really care. The Fight served its purpose. Both fighters and the businesses behind them had to take advantage of the anticipation and get their money. With an estimated purse of $300 million and a 60/40 split, Mayweather is set to take in $180 million from this one fight once all the PPV numbers come in. Pacquiao, for losing by unanimous decision, will earn an estimated $120 million. For less than an hour of work, these two became the highest paid athletes of 2015. 

It's time to go shopping. Pro sports franchise values keep going up as television and media rights contracts skyrocket, making the ultimate rich guy toy even more desirable. Based on their estimated payouts, here are 10 Professional Sports Teams That Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao Could Buy With Their Winnings​

 

Note: "Team valuation" and the value today's market could bear for these these teams are different. The figures listed, however, present a ballpark number that could reasonably arise in a real negotiation. I say this, because everyone has Google.*