FLOYD MAYWEATHER deposited £700,000 on nine cars for friends and himself ahead of his collision with Logan Paul in June 2021.
Widely regarded as the best boxer of his generation, the 45-year-old bought eight vehicles for his loved ones and also a Rolls-Royce for his own collection.
According to TMZMayweather’s cash splash on the range of different cars consisted of:
- A 2021 Rolls-Royce White Ghost
- A 2021 Mercedes S560
- A Maybach sedan from 2021
- A Dodge Journey 2021
- Two 2021 Dodge Chargers
- Three Dodge Challengers 2021
A member of Mayweather’s team later revealed that the fighter has since purchased a second Rolls-Royce Ghost.
A man known simply as Chop, the owner of Towbin Auto Group in Las Vegas, confirmed Mayweather’s splurge at his dealer.
The 50-0 fighter is said to have purchased 157 vehicles from Towbin over the course of his career.
Among those cars are no fewer than 29 different Rolls-Royces.
Pretty Boy has amassed his own fleet of dream bikes, said to be worth £20 million.
It includes the Rolls-Royces valued at over a whopping £3 million, as well as four Bugatti Veyron supercars costing £1.7 million.
But what’s unique about “Money” Mayweather’s cars is that they usually come in two colors — white or black — and are split between his two mansions in LA and Las Vegas.
In Los Angeles they are black and in Las Vegas they are white.
Mayweather’s splash came before his eight-round demonstration fight against Paul in Miami.
The legendary boxer stepped into the ring with the internet sensation in a fight where he made around £75 million.
Paul weighed a whopping 34.5 pounds heavier than Mayweather as they fought an entertaining match, with no overall winner declared.
In total, Mayweather has estimated sold an astonishing £1.2 BILLION in pay-per-view sales during his undefeated career.