Former world boxing champion Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather has given fans an exclusive look at his mansion in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles.
Mayweather took fans around his house via an Instagram Live video, which includes an indoor pool and huge walk-in wardrobe fitted with designer gear.
The athlete-turned-celebrity’s car collection is reportedly worth £20 million and looks like a scene from Grand Theft Auto with blacked out Bentleys and Rolls-Royces.
The mansion is just one of several owned by the former fighter. It was bought by Mayweather after he earned £74 million for defeating Conor McGregor back in August 2017.
He showed off an entire collection of Christian Loboutin shoes as well as an impressive watch collection.
The American is famed for his lavish celebrity lifestyle, which he regularly shows to fans on Instagram. However, he drives a relatively subtle car for a man who likes to show off his wealth.
Mayweather said: “My truck I drive every day. I stay low key. I’ve showed you some of the toys but the crazy thing about it all is, let me show you all the car I drive every day. See that right there? You can’t beat that.”
Mayweather appears to drive an All-American Dodge truck every day, which is worth far less than his other supercars and trucks.
Despite this, ‘Money’ became boxing’s first ever billionaire athlete in 2017 following years of huge victories in the sport.
He reportedly earned $180 million after beating Manny Pacquiao in 2015, which took his record to an incredible 48-0.
He also made an estimated $80 million after his blockbuster fight against Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez back in 2013. The fight also generated a record $150 million in PPV revenue.
Mayweather eventually retired in 2017 following the crossover bout against McGregor. His record stands at 50-0 (27 KOs), which remains one of the most impressive records in the sport’s history.
He is now a promoter through his company Mayweather Promotions, which means ‘Money’ is likely to increase his net worth massively in the future.
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