Floyd Mayweather's winnings off two NFL betting tickets will astound you!

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We all know that Floyd Mayweather certainly isn't afraid of flashing his cash and the remarkable amount of money that he is willing to spend on NFL bets will astound you.

It's never Luck

No secret to where 'The Money' nickname originated from, Mayweather's career earnings are so astonishing that he is able to make ridiculous bets that gamblers can only dream of.

Also when he cashes in on his high stake bets, he is quick to show off on his official Instagram just exactly what he has won on his recent huge gambling wins.

Mayweather put credence to the quote that 'When you’re betting on Andrew, it’s never Luck' as the boxer showed off a bet of $720,000 before he went on a two week vacation and raked in a ridiculous $1,405,714.28 win, check out the image of the betting slip here.

Mayweather wasn't done there though, after he proudly shown his winnings of an Indianapolis Colts 44-17 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars in week three, he turned his attention to the upcoming Monday night clash.

'Smaller' bet

The Super Bowl champion Seahawks were visiting the Washington Redskins and were heavily favoured in the contest.

The Redskins were without their franchise quarterback in Robert Griffin III and his backup Kirk Cousins who, despite showing brilliant flashes in previous weeks, was coming off a four-interception performance against the New York Giants.

All factors pointed to an easy win for the Seahawks which allowed Mayweather to put on what he described as a 'smaller bet', only staking $220,000.

The Boxer once more was rewarded for his bravado as the Seahawks won 27-17 on Monday Night Football and Mayweather received $420,000 for their success, he further showed off with posting the picture of the betting slip on Instagram.

What we can assume however is that they were Floyd's only bets of the football week as he did not post any losing bets on his Instagram, 'The Money' keeps on earning the cash.

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