NEW YORK (Reuters) - Boxers Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao topped Forbes' list of the world's 100 highest-paid celebrities on Monday, on the heels of their lucrative clash in Las Vegas last month.
With an estimated US$300 million (S$400 million) in earnings over the past 12 months, Mayweather was the undisputed champion.
Pacquiao was second, making US$160 million over the past 12 months.
Singer Katy Perry's massive Prismatic World Tour helped her nab third place with US$135 million, followed by British boyband One Direction with US$130 million and TV and radio host Howard Stern with US$95 million.
Musicians and athletes dominated the top 10 spots which included only two women.
Country music star Garth Brooks was No. 6 with US$90 million while pop singer Taylor Swift tied for No. 8 with actor Robert Downey Jr with US$80 million.
Forbes compiled its annual list of the most powerful celebrities from the worlds of sports, television, music and books by estimating pre-tax earnings from June 1, 2014 to June, 1 2015. Management, agent and attorney fees were not deducted.