Donald Trump Was Paid $2.5 Million For Commentating On A Boxing Bout

Donald Trump was reportedly paid approximately $2.5 million for his role in commentating on a boxing bout. 

That is according to The Washington Post. A financial disclosure was said to have been filed by the former president in April which covered his income across 2021, and 2022 with little focus on 2023. 

However, a revision of that filing shows that Trump’s income was over 1.2 billion. And a part of that sum included a reported $2.5 million from Triller Legends II, Hollywood, Florida.

This was in reference to a boxing fight between Evander Holyfield and Vitor Belfort that Trump had commentated on which was done to remember the 20th anniversary of 9/11.

Triller Legends II has confirmed that such a payment was made. 

“The payment made to Trump for his commentary was consistent with the fees typically received by celebrity commentators,” Triller Legends II 

Trump is clearly a fan of combat sports having been pictured at numerous UFC events. And the filing shows that the former president knows a thing or two about combat sports. 

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