Floyd Mayweather films ad with Victoria’s Secret models

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Floyd Mayweather is just days away from his next big-money fight against Argentina’s Marcos Maidana - but the flashy WBC welterweight champion has still found time to hang out with some Victoria’s Secret models.

The 37-year-old was, in his words, “working” - but we’re not sure whether this could ever be classed as proper work.

For two hours working on the ad campaign, Mayweather earned himself a cool $500,000, which even for boxing’s mega-rich pound-for-pound king isn’t bad going.

“It's fight week but I never stop working,” Mayweather posted on Instagram. “Who would pass up a quick half a million for a two hour campaign ad with Victoria Secrets' models.”

Mayweather is expected to keep his unbeaten record intact when he goes head-to-head with Maidana at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas this Saturday.

He looks in top shape ahead of the fight - but will all of these distractions end up harming his chances of winning this weekend?

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