Forbes said Mayweather topped sport’s highest-earners after his superfight against McGregor.
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Boxer Floyd Mayweather reclaimed his place at the top of Forbes' annual ranking of the 100 highest-paid athletes Tuesday but no woman featured on the list for the first time.However, female athletes notably failed to break into the top 100 for the first time since Forbes began publishing its ranking.Tennis star Serena Williams, who last year was the only woman to feature on the list at 51st place with earnings of $27 million, dropped out of the rankings this year after taking a break from the sport due to the birth of her daughter.NBA icon LeBron James was the highest-paid basketball player to feature on the list, coming in at sixth with total earnings of $85.5 million, just ahead of men's tennis king Roger Federer, who earned $77.2 million.
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