- Floyd Mayweather has retired as a professional boxer but his name is still ringing bells in the ears of many people
- The boxing icon is one of the richest sports personalities in the world as he is worth over $900million
- Mayweather's son, Koraun' has proven that what his father can do he can also do better
American boxing legend Floyd Mayweather is unarguably one of the richest sportsmen in the globe considering how much he made out of the sport.
The 42-year-old who went undefeated all through his professional career lives a luxurious lifestyle despite retiring from the game few years back.
Reports claim the boxer is valued at around $900 million, and the retired fighter who won 50 out of his 50 fights is not afraid to flaunt his wealth on the go.
Although, he recently announced on his social media that he will be coming out of retirement for the second time with to face Conor McGregor in a re-match.
Both of them met in August 2017 with Mayweather beating the UFC fighter in the tenth round via technical knockout and won $100 million, while McGregor won $30 million.
Meanwhile, 'Money-man's' son Koraun seems to have taken after his father, not in terms of boxing but in lifestyle.
The 20-year-old who has accompanied his father to several events has now shown that he can flaunt his riches too.
Koraun took to social media to flash his expensive necklace, wristwatch and a mansion behind him.
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From the video, looking at the background he displayed a mansion which is believed to be one of his father's properties.
He didn't stop there as shows off his silver necklace and expensive watch.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Boxing legend, 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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