Floyd Mayweather is not a normal dad, and as such he doesn't expect normal Father's Day presents.
Dads around the world would have been waking up to a card and a present. Maybe breakfast in bed or the latest cd they like, but not Mayweather.
No that's right, Mayweather received a truck as his Father's Day present, which came from his massage therapist of all people, according to reports.
Not a day goes by without a crazy Mayweather story, with this just the latest of many. Whether he is commenting what women should wear or teasing boxing fans about possible fights, Mayweather knows how to keep himself in the headlines.
Even on a relatively low-key day such as Father's Day, Mayweather still couldn't but share his joy at receiving his truck.
The pound for pound king shared a video online of him with his new toy. And he also wrote, "I want to thank [Doralie Medina - his massage therapist] for my Father's Day gift."
"It's still in the shop being worked on but in two days it will be ready for South Beach. I've always wanted this truck. Time to put the dogs Louie & Co Co in the back and head to the park."
You'd think that these days Mayweather doesn't need lavish presents. It was only last week that he was announced as the highest paid athlete in the world.
Mayweather Jr earned an enormous $105 million over the course of the last year, but he still loves a bit of crazy presents on the side.
It's not just out of the ring talk that Mayweather drives, he's also recently been teasing fans with the prospect of blockbuster fights down the line.
The first one that fans have been drooling over is the prospect of the pound for pound king going head to head with British boxer Amir Khan.
Mayweather admitted to the press in recent weeks that he would like to fight at Wembley Stadium before he retires. And he also mentioned the possible chance of fighting Khan.
Another fight that could happen soon is the Mayweather and Miguel Cotto rematch. Rumors have been swirling around that the true may hit it off again, and Cotto's trainer feels that his boxer would comfortably beat Mayweather by knockout if the two fought again.
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