Fresh off of disposing Saul "Canelo" Alvarez in one of the most clinical displays of boxing you’ll ever see, Floyd Mayweather Jr. is back to living large like nobody else can.
He pocketed a cool $41.5 million as his fight purse alone, and that number is expected to hit anywhere from $85 to $100 million when all is said and done. So yeah, the nickname fits the man, so they say.
Mayweather’s status as one of the richest athletes in the world also affords him some nice luxuries, one of which he proudly displayed during the recent build-up to the Alvarez fight.
Over in his Las Vegas home, Mayweather has a pretty sick car collection. It’s not sick because of the quantity. It’s sick because of the quality of machines he has inside his Vegas property. Oh, and they’re all white too, which has become a color of choice whenever Mayweather is shopping for a new set of wheels.
Take a look at the collection and tell us you’re not impressed. There’s a Lamborghini Aventador , a Ferrari 599 GTB , a Ferrari 458 Spyder , a Rolls-Royce Drophead , a Bentley Mulsanne , a Rolls-Royce Phantom , a Bugatti Veyron , and his personal favorite, a 1996 Mercedes S600 V12 sedan , which we assume was his first car after turning pro in 1996. In case your head is spinning just trying to tally up the rough total of those cars, it is somewhere between $3.5 and $4 million, depending on the years and the options on each car.
But the best part about Money May’s extravagant car collection? It’s not the only one he has. He’s got one in Miami, Los Angeles, and God knows where else.
That’s how you collect in style, fellas.
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Floyd Mayweather was born on February 24, 1977, and is the son of former welterweight boxer, Floyd Mayweather, Sr. As an amateur, Mayweather had an 84-6 record, and won the Golden Gloves Championship in 1993, 1994 and 1996. In 1996, Mayweather participated in the Olympics in Atlanta and took home the bronze medal.
Mayweather has fought in a number of weight classes since turning professional in 1996. He debuted in the Super Featherweight class on October 11, 1996, then jumped to the Lightweight division in 2002. In 2004, he jumped to the Light Welterweight class and defeated DeMarcus "Chop Chop" Corley in his debut fight. Mayweather spent little time jumping up to the Welterweight division in 2005, then up to the Light Middleweight class to defeat Oscar De La Hoya in 2007 and take the Light Middleweight Championship in the process, but slipped away into a temporary retirement.
Mayweather then gave up his Light Middleweight championship to retain his Welterweight title, and returned to the latter class on July 28th, 2007. After defeating Ricky Hatton to retain his title, Mayweather announced his retirement yet again, but he returned in 2007 and ran the cycle of weight classes that he did before.
At the time of this article’s publication, Mayweather has an unbelievable 45-0 professional record, and has held eight major boxing championships, two minor world titles and two special titles.