Floyd 'Money' Mayweather set to make even more money from UK fans

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What do you do when you've retired from a sport that you dominated your entire career and want to earn a little more money? Go on tour and charge astronomical prices, thats what.

According to reports made by the Daily Mail, Floyd 'Money' Mayweather is set to kick off his UK tour visiting eight cities at the beginning of February, as part of his European Victory Tour, and making it a pricey affair.

If you want to meet the undefeated boxer, who boasts an impressive 49-0 fight record, it could end up costing you nearly £2,000.


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For the appropriately named "Platinum Package", your hard-earned £2,000 will get you an extended meet and greet with the former five-weight champion at one of the suites at Old Trafford, home to Manchester United.

There are less pricey options for those of us who may not be able to splash the cash 'Money' can. Standard tickets can be purchased for his Bristol and Cardiff visits for £45, however, don't think you'll be able to get a picture with the man for just that sum of money. Should you decide you want to have a picture with the man himself, it'll cost you another £200 on top.

It only gets more expensive should you decide to visit Floyd in a 'bigger' city, such as Glasgow, London and Manchester, which would cost £200, £300 and £500 respectively. You do however, get a three-course meal included in the price, but that elusive photo will still set you back further.

Want your photo taken with him in Scotland? £450; what about in London? £600; Manchester? £1,000.

'Money' is showing everyone that he can still make money as a businessman since he retired from the boxing ring in September after his fight with Andre Berto earning his 49th professional win.

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