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Floyd Mayweather took to Instagram to show off his $10million Las Vegas mansion and take aim at critics who suggest he is struggling for cash.
Mayweather is set to take on YouTube star Logan Paul next month in his second exhibition bout in two years, and will likely earn a head-spinning amount of money in doing so.
His decision to risk his legacy against the Vlogger, who has only fought once – a defeat against a fellow YouTuber – had some thinking he is running low on money.
But Mayweather, who fought with the alias ‘Money Mayweather’ during the latter stages of his career due to the magnitude of his fight purses, was quick to respond to those accusations.
During a bizarre late-night Instagram live session, Mayweather gave the 30,000 live viewers a guided tour of his mansion and showed off his cars.
The former world champion started the tour in his garage, showing off his collection of cars with at least ten luxury vehicles in sight.
Mayweather stopped the tour at one point to do a sit-up on a weight bench in the garage, before continuing the tour inside.
He took viewers inside his home to the swimming pool, and even took time to brag about the size of his front door.
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Inside the pool area, which resembled a high-class hotel facility, he showed off the six television screens on the side of a gigantic mirror at one end of the pool.
Mayweather then continued the tour by taking viewers inside his home and showing off his bedroom, before quickly nipping into the bathroom to put on some hand sanitizer and walking out again.
After that, it was time for him to talk about the front door again, but not before putting on some new leather boots, a leather jacket and a leather handbag.
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Mayweather will continue to rake in the cash when he takes on Paul in Los Angeles.
Reports suggest he will earn an initial $2m for the bout, as well as 5% of the pay-per-view sales, which could cost $100 each.
Paul is also getting a fairly sizeable purse, too, as the YouTube star will apparently earn $200,000 as well as 2% of the pay-per-view sales.
- Floyd Mayweather
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