In a jaw-dropping display of wealth, retired boxing champion Floyd Mayweather has astounded fans with his incredible fleet of 17 sleek, black supercars.
At the age of 45, Mayweather bid farewell to the boxing world with an immaculate record of 50 wins and zero losses, culminating in a decisive victory over UFC icon Conor McGregor. Throughout his illustrious career, the former five-weight world champion amassed a staggering fortune of over $800 million, making him one of the highest-earning athletes of all time. Notably, Mayweather was involved in four out of the top five highest-grossing pay-per-view fights in the history of boxing.
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The moniker “Money” has always been synonymous with Mayweather, and he recently reminded his fans of his nickname by sharing a captivating video on Instagram, showcasing his opulent collection of all-black luxury cars. “I don’t know which one we should take out tonight,” Mayweather playfully mused in the video. “We have so many choices, but it has to be black. Always bet on black, as you can see.”
The video commences with the boxing legend exhibiting three awe-inspiring Ferraris. However, that is merely the beginning, as Mayweather proceeds to flaunt an array of Lamborghinis, including a magnificent Aventador valued at approximately $340,000. Additionally, he claims ownership of an original McLaren F1, which was initially priced at $625,000 three decades ago but has since surged in value to nearly 30 times its original worth.
As the video progresses, Mayweather showcases his striking collection of Rolls-Royces. Starting with the luxurious Rolls-Royce Dawn, valued at $350,000, he then directs attention to the mesmerizing ‘Spirit of Ecstasy’ ornament gracing one of the vehicle’s bonnets. Crafted from platinum and diamonds, this exquisite ornament carries a price tag of around $200,000.
However, the ostentatious display does not end there. Mayweather proceeds to reveal his most expensive Rolls-Royce, the regal Phantom, worth a staggering $500,000. Concluding his exhibition of opulence, the boxing legend presents a Bentley and a Mercedes-Maybach S 580 as the final jewels in his automotive crown.
Despite retiring from professional competition, Mayweather’s financial empire continues to thrive through a series of lucrative exhibition fights against various influencers, kickboxers, and MMA fighters. These high-profile encounters have taken him to far-flung destinations such as Japan, Dubai, and the UK. In his exhibition bout against YouTube boxer Deji last November, ‘Money’ pocketed a cool $25 million, with similar earnings anticipated from his faceoff against reality TV star Aaron Chalmers in February.
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Adding another chapter to his exhibition ventures, the 45-year-old boxing legend is set to enter the ring on June 11 in Florida, facing off against the grandson of infamous New York mob boss John Gotti. Gotti III, a retired MMA fighter, has compiled an admirable record of 5 wins and 1 loss. Having recently transitioned to professional boxing, the 30-year-old remains undefeated after two bouts, promising an intriguing showdown with Mayweather.
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