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Floyd Mayweather puts $15m on Broncos to win Super Bowl

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Floyd Mayweather has never been one to keep a low-profile when it comes to his finances.

There isn’t a boxing fan alive who isn’t routinely reminded of ‘Money’s’ money every time he steps into a ring and it usually takes one hell of a sum to even get him there in the first place.

However his latest stunt may have even the most devout Mayweather fans raising their eyebrows. Reports suggest that the multi-division champion has stuck a sensational bet of $15million on the Denver Broncos to win this Sunday’s Super Bowl against the Seattle Seahawks.

Furthermore, sources in the US are claiming that Mayweather has not only backed the Broncos to win the match, but has also placed $2.96million for them to be up at half-time.

It’s believed that the 36-year-old has used several different agencies and four off-shore accounts to make the bets happen as no sole bookmakers would be daft enough to gamble on it alone.

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