Floyd Mayweather Went On Quite The Shopping Spree After Winning A Boatload Of Money Gambling On College Football

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We’re just one month removed from Floyd Mayweather pocketing an estimated $200 million from his victory over Conor McGregor. Despite $22 million passing through his fingers straight into the paws of the IRS, the newly retired boxer set himself up nicely for his next 40 years.

Mayweather has been known to play fast and loose with his money, and recently bragged about how lavishly he’ll continue to live despite venturing into retirement.

“20 years from now, I’ll still be able to buy the same things every month—a nice house, nice car. And everybody knows, I got any kind of car you can name. I been to any country you can possibly name. And 30 years from now, I’ll still have probably a newer jet, still have top-flight cars, and my kids will just be running all my different businesses.”

He may come off like a cocky prick, but he’s not wrong. And these two college football bets he made over the weekend will fatten his wallet by another five figures. Mayweather dropped over $96K on Colorado State and Notre Dame to cover point spreads, and after Colorado State waxed Hawaii 51-21 and Notre Dame handled Miami of Ohio 52-17, Mayweather pocked a cool  $87,428.19.

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What do you do with nearly $90K in gambling winnings? Donate to hurricane victims Invest in your children’s college fund Make a department store open past hours of operation and buy tens of thousands worth of clothes.

Floyd gunna Floyd.

[h/t Busted Coverage]