Floyd Mayweather Is Doing FINE In Retirement, Just Made $248K On These 4 Easy Bets

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LOS ANGELES, CA - FEBRUARY 23:  Floyd Mayweather Jr. attends a basketball game between the Brooklyn Nets and the Los Angeles Lakers  at Staples Center on February 23, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Noel Vasquez/GC Images)

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At 39-years-old, Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather’s worth an estimated $340 million. He’s retired from boxing, for now. But, it appears as if a fight with Conor McGregor could land on the books if the price is ever right because the two won’t stop shit talking each other on Twitter.

This article isn’t about that, though, this is about Floyd Mayweather hitting 4 bets in a row over the weekend and making just under $248,000 in 138 minutes of sports.

Going back to last Thursday, Mayweather placed one bet each day (that we know of) and has gone on a heater to the tune of $248,000:

You need to have money to make money, and Floyd Mayweather most certainly has money with an estimated net worth of $340 million, an arsenal of the most expensive sports cars on the planet, and some of the sickest luxury homes around.

We often hear stories of athletes going broke because they’ve mismanaged their money so poorly but I can’t ever see that being the case here. 1) I’m sure he has a financial advisor in place to stop him from ever hitting rock bottom if it came to that, 2) it does seem like he has the self-control to stop himself from making losing bets on the regular/chasing losses like the rest of us (because he’s always winning), and 3) he’s only ever one fight in the ring away from a $50 million payday.

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