By Anson Wainwright
Editor's Note: Mayweather has since submitted his contract, which lists him as receiving $32 million dollars.
According to Nevada State Athletic Commission the purses for Saturday’s Showtime Pay-per-view have been logged as follows. Floyd Mayweather has not filed his contract and has until today's weighin to do so. Marcos Maidana will receive $3 million.
Leo Santa Cruz looks to make the third defense of his WBC junior featherweight title when he faces former sparring partner Manuel Roman. Santa Cruz purse is $750,000 while Roman will be paid $50,000.
In his first fight since alligning with Al Haymon, Miguel Vazquez will look to make the ninth defense of his IBF lightweight title against Mickey Bey. Vazquez will make $450,000, while Bey pockets $125,000.
The fourth fight of the Pay-Per-View see's Alfredo Angulo making his middleweight debut against James De La Rosa. Angulo is scheduled to make $500,000, while De Le Rosa will be paid $43,000.
Though the Humberto Soto vs. John Molina 10-round junior welterweight fight isn’t part of the PPV, it will take place on Showtime Extreme. Soto’s fee is $150,000, while the Molina trousers $125,000.
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