Floyd “Money” Mayweather Parades with His Vegas Car Collection!

Knocking “Canelo” Alvarez down loaded Floyd Mayweather Jr. even more. So now, he is one of the most affluent athletes worldwide. The clinical fight with Alvarez filled his purse with additional $41.5 million. it is expected a single fight`s profit to escalate to a grand $85 to $100 million.

Floyd Money Mayweather Car Collection

Mayweather is a passionate car collector of top-rated model cars. What`s even more maddening is his having more than one collection. He’s got one in Los Angeles, Miami, and God knows where else.

Here, we do not refer to quantity, but rather quality.

He presented his Vegas collection to us, which includes a Lamborghini Aventador, a Ferrari 458 Spyder, a Ferrari 599 GTB, a Bugatti Veyron, a Bentley Mulsanne, a Rolls-Royce Drophead, a Rolls-Royce Phantom, and his most cherished 1996 Mercedes S600 V12 sedan, which is believed to be the first car he purchased after the 1996 turning pro. What`s noteworthy about Mayweather`s style is his preference of white. All of the cars in the collection are white-finished. Hypothetically, the total price of the collection amounts somewhere around $3.5 and $4 million.

Floyd Mayweather was born on February 24, 1977. He is the son of former welterweight boxer, Floyd Mayweather, Sr. In his prime, Mayweather established an 84-6 record. He won the 1993, 1994 and 1996 Golden Gloves Championship. Mayweather participated in the Atlanta Olympics in 1996 and won a bronze medal.

Mayweather switched a line of weight classes. In 1996 he officially became a professional. In October 11, 1996, he was ranked in the Super Featherweight class, which was followed by the Lightweight division in 2002. In 2004, the defeat over DeMarcus “Chop Chop” Corley placed him in the Light Welterweight class. He reached the Welterweight division in 2005, and Light Middleweight class by defeating Oscar De La Hoya in 2007.

Afterwards followed a stagnant process in which Mayweather had to give up his Light Middleweight championship in order to re-obtain his Welterweight title.

Mayweather legacy encompasses an staggering 45-0 professional record, eight major boxing championships, two special titles, and two minor world titles.


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