We all know Floyd Mayweather’s in-ring nickname. Money.
The former world champion was declared the first billion pound boxer following an unprecedented and undefeated career that finished with a record of 50 wins and no losses.
Mayweather retired following the money-making bout with mixed martial artist Conor McGregor in August 2017.
Since then, the 42-year-old has not been shy about throwing his money around.
Mayweather’s latest upload onto social media has featured a thorough flaunting of his car collection.
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Pictured on his Instagram page @floydmayweather, the ‘Money Man’ showed off his garage of five Rolls-Royces worth over a mind-boggling £2 million.
His varied selection of Rolls-Royce is clearly his pride and joy, however. The most expensive of which is a Drophead Coupe, coming in at £367,000, a Wraith at £364,000 and a classic Phantom that cost in the region of £355,000.
The cheaper Rolls-Royces, if you can call them cheap, include a Cullinan in at around £300,000 and a Dawn that cost an eye-watering £264,000.
His other cars aren’t bad either and include a Ferrari 488 worth just a shade under a quarter of a million. The former boxer also owns a Mercedes Maybach, worth over £172,000.
On the image of his ridiculously expensive garage, Mayweather captioned: "My garage looking like an indoor dealership with a few light toys."
Staggeringly, he can eclipse the worth of all those vehicles with just one car he has recently been pictured in.
The five-weight world champion was snapped in a Bugatti Chiron that has been reported being worth as much as £2.82 million.
During an interview with ESPN back in 2015, Mayweather stated that in his garage are vehicles worth up to $15 million. With recent additions, that figure will have soared rapidly.
His car collection reaches 100 if recent reports are to be believed.
It probably isn’t a shock that these amounts of money are being thrown around by Mayweather, a man who literally calls himself ‘Money’, when fights such as the May 2015 clash with Manny Pacquiao pulled in over $600 million.
Mayweather’s two battles with Marcos Maidana did a combined 1.8 million buys. His final fight with McGregor did in the region of 4.3 million buys on Showtime, a whopping $370 million alone.
Since 2006 up until his retirement in 2017, Mayweather has claimed that the lowest amount of money he has earned from a single fight has been $25 million.
So no wonder his garage contains the names of Koenigsegg, Bugatti, Aston Martin and Ferrari among others.News Now - Sport News