Floyd Mayweather Bought A $25 Million Beverly Hills Mansion With His Prize Money

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Floyd Mayweather reportedly pocketed a conservative $180 million for defeating Conor McGregor in their match at the end of August, and while a chunk of that paycheck went directly to the IRS, the undefeated boxer had plenty of money left over to play around with— and he didn’t waste any time putting it to use.

According to Trulia, Mayweather recently purchased a $25 million mansion in Beverly Hills that puts his $9 million Vegas pad to shame. As you’d probably expect, the 15,000 square foot house has possibly every amenity you can imagine:

In the main house, a formal living room has ten sets of French doors, while a lavish formal dining room and gourmet kitchen imported from Italy would delight any aspiring chef. A family room provides a less formal gathering place, while the cocktail bar and display wine cellar are great for parties… A luxurious master suite offers every amenity possible, ranging from dual baths overlooking a spacious terrace to extravagant walk-in closets.

That doesn’t even include the guest house, which boasts its own fitness room and movie theater. People who become jealous easily might want to avoid looking at the following pictures:

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Mayweather has already shared a few photos of himself inside the home, and it certainly looks like he’s enjoying his new digs:

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Per Trulia, this is at least the fifth house that Mayweather has added to his real estate portfolio. In addition to this and his aforementioned mansion, he has an additional property in Vegas and two more in Florida. I guess that’s just what happens when you’ve made more than a billion dollars over the course of your career.