FLOYD MAYWEATHER splashed £700,000 on nine cars for his friends and himself ahead of his clash with Logan Paul on Sunday night.
The 44-year-old, widely regarded as the best boxer of his generation, bought eight vehicles for those close to him and also a Rolls-Royce for his own collection.
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According to TMZ, Mayweather’s cash splash on the series of different cars consisted of:
- One 2021 Rolls-Royce White Ghost
- One 2021 Mercedes S560
- One 2021 Maybach sedan
- One 2021 Dodge Journey
- Two 2021 Dodge Chargers
- Three 2021 Dodge Challengers
A member of Mayweather‘s team later revealed 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 dealership.
The 50-0 boxer is said to have bought 157 vehicles from Towbin over the course of his career.
Among those cars includes a remarkable 29 different Rolls-Royces.
Pretty Boy has amassed his own fleet of dream motors which is said to be worth £20million.
It includes a series of Rolls-Royces worth over a staggering £3million, as well as four Bugatti Veyron supercars that cost £1.7million.
But what’s unique about ‘Money’ Mayweather’s cars is that they mostly come in two colours – white or black – and are divided between his two mansions in LA and Las Vegas.
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In Los Angeles they’re black, and in Las Vegas they’re white.
Mayweather’s splash comes ahead of his eight-round exhibition fight against Paul in Miami, Florida this weekend.
The legendary boxer will step into the ring with the 0-1 internet sensation on Sunday night in a bout where he is expected to make £72m.
Paul weighed in a whopping 34.5 pounds heavier than Mayweather on Saturday.
The pair went head to head in an intense face-off as Mayweather laughed off his opponent’s attempt to intimidate him.
Speaking about the fight, Money said: “I’ve been here before, so I know what it takes. I’ve fought every different style you can possibly fight.
“Height don’t win fights, weight don’t win fights, fighting wins fights at the end of the day and I can fight.
“Once again, I’m not worried about a hat. I don’t worry about what nobody says. The one thing I can do, I can fight.
“I’ve been at the top level for 25 years, so I know what it takes when it’s a fight of this magnitude.”
Paul will make his ring walk to face Mayweather at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami in the early hours of Monday morning UK time.
There will be a full capacity crowd in the Hard Rock Stadium for the event, likely around 70,000 fans in attendance.
Fans wanting to watch the fight must stump up £16.95 through Sky Sports Box Office.