Floyd MayweatherJr. will have another big payday on Saturday as reports indicated that the former pound-for-pound king will get a $32 million guaranteed purse in his upcoming fight against Marcos Maidana at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

Mayweather will earn a minimum of $32 million for the third time in his career. The unbeaten welterweight champion earned the same amount during his showdown with Miguel Cotto in May 2012 and Robert Guerrero in May 2013.

Mayweather's guaranteed purse for the Maidana bout is lower than what he got during his last fight against Saul "Canelo" Alvarez, wherein he earned a career-high $41.5 million guaranteed purse.

The Mayweather vs Alvarez showdown, in which the Grand Rapids native kept his record unblemished with a majority decision win, reportedly earned an all-time high revenue of $150 million.

"This is a great thing to be able to generate these record purses and these record amounts of revenue, it's a wonderful, wonderful thing," said Mayweather Promotions CEO said of the reigning WBC welterweight champion in a RingTV interview. "Here is a little guy from Grand Rapids, Michigan, who is in the bright lights of Las Vegas and he's become a global superstar. If Saturday was his last fight, I'm personally going to be the happiest man in the world."

Meanwhile, Mayweather's opponent will pocket $1.5 million from Saturday night's welterweight title-unification bout, while his former opponent, Adrien Broner is set to earn at least $1.25 million.

Boxing experts are criticizing the slight difference between Maidana's and Broner's fight purse, considering the fact that Maidana dominated the then-unbeaten Broner in their WBA welterweight title showdown in December last year.

Golden Boy Promotions CEO Richard Schaefer clarified, though, that Maidana will get a lot more from the fight, saying that the 30-year-old Argentine will walk away with millions.

Schaefer clarified that the reported $1.5 million purse does not include Maidana's share from pay-per-view earning, particularly from Argentinian TV networks and other revenues.

"Maidana obviously has substantial pay-per-view upside, [and he will receive money from the] Argentinian TV rights," Schaefer told BoxingScene. "He has all of these other revenues. It's just like when Manny Pacquiao's purse [is listed with the commission] as $6 million dollars. He has Filipino TV rights, he has pay-per-view and so on, and it's the same thing here with Maidana."

British boxer Amir Khan, who will face Luis Collazo in one of the co-featured bouts, will walk away with $1.5 million, while his opponent will earn $350,000 from the fight.