- Floyd Mayweather has purchased an expensive broken glass jacket
- The cloth is said to be $18,000 in worth and only available on high-profile demand
- He recently gifted himself a Rolls Royce Cullinan 2020 model and 2020 Bentley Continental GT Mulliner
Floyd Mayweather seems to be basking in his hard-earned opulence after the American sport star showed off his expensive mirror glass jacket reportedly worth $18,000.
The former boxing star was recently named the highest earner athlete of the decade ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo and Barcelona Lionel Messi by American lifestyle magazine Forbes.
"The Moneyman'' was adjudged to have raked in the biggest shares of spoils in sports from 2010 to 2019 following his mega fights with Manny Pacquiao and Irish UFC star Conor MacGregor.
Mayweather has a successfully perfect stint in boxing with unbeaten record across his 50 fights -one of the longest streaks in boxing history.
Recently, he gifted himself a Rolls Royce Cullinan 2020 model and 2020 Bentley Continental GT Mulliner with the assorted cars gulping a whopping $562,000 from the boxing star's heavy purse.
Before that, the boxing legend stretched the biceps of his massive fortune after showing off his newly-acquired Rolls Royce Phantom dubbed "private jet of the road" to the enthusiasm of his ardent followers on Instagram.
And with the broken mirror cloth, the 41-year-old retired boxer has brought himself into the middle of conversation with an eye-catching show of wealth again.
Meanwhile, Legt.ng had reported that Floyd Mayweather made a whopping figure of $500,000 for every punch he landed in the boxing ring in the last decade.
According to boxing statistician, Dan Canobbio, a Compubox operator who analyzed data from Mayweather's 10 fights in the 2010s, the unbeaten American landed 1,833 punches resulting to all wins with two knockouts.
This means that Mayweather made an estimated $916 million from the punches he landed alone in the last decade as recorded by lifestyle magazine Forbes.
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