Floyd Mayweather has been called a lot of those things, and ‘fiscally responsible’ certainly is not one of them. We’re talking about the dude who charters an extra private jet for his bodyguards while he’s flying, because he’s afraid their weight would drag his Gulfstream V down. We’re talking about the guy who keeps $60,000 on him for low-key evenings, and hauls around $1 million in a hockey bag for special nights. We’re talking about the dude who has hundreds of millions in a checking account–“One account, baby,” Mayweather said.
Mayweather, who earned $300 million for his fight with Conor McGregor alone, is worst an estimated $560 million–give or take.
The 41-year-old recently flexed his wealth on Instagram, showing off an 18-carat white gold, 260 carats of emerald-cut diamonds and individual stones up to three carats.
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Mayweather purchased the watch, which was designed by Jacob and Co., for $18 million.
The world famous boxer is just one month removed from buying his daughter a gigantic 30-carat diamond ring for her 18th birthday that reportedly cost in the “high six figure” range.
I own a $53 Casio. Tells time equally as effectively.
[h/t NY Post]