Floyd Mayweather Spent £700K on Nine Cars Including 29th Rolls Royce for Himself


Floyd Mayweather, legendary retired boxer, who just raked-in millions after his exhibition bout with YouTuber Logan Paul has splashed heavily on nine cars including another Rolls Royce.

Daily Star are reporting that just before the fight, Mayweather had started spending heavily knowing fully well that he will make $100m (£70m) from the exhibition.

TMZ via Forbes recently reported that Mayweather, who is already the richest athlete in the world has started lavishing the cash.

According to the Las Vegas based Towbin Auto Group, the boxing has just spent heavily on nine new sets of wheels worth $1m (£700,000) which is about N407million.

It was gathered that all the cars are produced this year including five made by American muscle-car company Dodge.

Three are Challengers, which are powered by 6.4L V8s, two four-door saloon Chargers and a cross-country Journey.

But the jewel in the roster is a 2021 Rolls Royce White Ghost, the 629bhp luxury car which has been selling for $450,000.

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Meanwhile, the ‘Special Exhibition’ bout between Floyd Mayweather and Logan Paul has ended as fans boo both boxers over what they described as ‘sparring session’, Guardian reports.

It was a fight between one of the greatest boxers ever as well as a very popular YouTube personality Logan Paul as it lasted the 8-round duration.

Fans at the venue were particularly not impressed as it ended in predictable fashion on Sunday night with Logan and Mayweather dancing around the ring.

In a swift, his bodyguards prevented them from taking snapshots as the legend made way to the Garza Blanca Resort & Spa Cancun hotel of the Tafer Hotels & Resorts.

The 44-year-old is famous for flaunting his wealth on social media as he also showed the luxuries that are given through his social networks and this time he was no exception.

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