- Floyd Mayweather reportedly made a whopping $1 billion off his remarkable boxing career
- He retired with 50 wins (27 KOs) and 0 losses during his remarkable career
- The famous legend has a Rolls Royce collection reportedly worth at least $6.4million
Floyd Mayweather has taken to social media to show-off his highly expensive and exotic garage which is reportedly worth nothing less than $7m.
The 43-year-old was reported to have made a whopping $1 billion off his remarkable boxing career and a huge chunk of the money has been lavished on highly exotic cars.
He retired with 50 wins (27 KOs) and 0 losses is said to have car collections in two different places, one at his Las Vegas home and the other right at his house in LA.
Nigerian celebrity Tunde Ednut shared a clip of the legend showing off the rides as he captioned it “this guy’s money is so unreal.”
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It was gathered that a huge number of Rolls-Royces worth $6.4million exists in his garage said to be worth around £3 million.
Mayweather also owns 4 Bugatti Veyrons, worth £1.7 million each, the estimated £20 million could be a lot higher.
It also takes into account his collection back in Las Vegas where he owns posh rides including Lamborghini Aventador (£275,000).
There is also a £238,000 worth Ferrari 488 but according to a report, the exception to the rule of all the cars being white comes in the form of a Bugatti Veyron.
One of the Ferraris comes in a red and silver colour and the boxer has occasionally shown off wads of notes as well as the interior of his cars.
Sometimes he parks his cars in front of a private jet just to show his classic and luxurious lifestyle. 5 Rolls-Royces have been spotted in Mayweather’s Beverly Hills’ garage, in total worth over £2 million.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor are set to hit the stage again for the second bout as talks of a rematch is now on the cards.
The fight is set to be staged on a luxury boat in Saudi Arabia due to the lockdown restrictions as organisers look to take the lucrative fight to another level.
The Money Man won the first fight back in 2017 with a tenth round stoppage to take his unbeaten record to 50-0.