Floyd Mayweather's Luxury £19 Million Mansion Features A Belt Collection And Wine Cellar
Floyd Mayweather has given fans a glimpse into his lavish lifestyle by showing off his $19 million mansion.
The undefeated boxer retired back in 2017 with a 50-0 record and reportedly earned around $700 million during his 21 year career.
'Money' decided to flaunt his wealth by taking to social media and showing off his luxury Beverly Hills mansion.
The 43-year-old splashed out a further £370,000 on top of the original sale price after making an insane £74 million against Conor McGregor in 2017.
Inside the mansion is a wine cellar lined with hundreds of expensive bottles.
Mayweather is known for extravagant parties and is frequently pictured out with wads of cash at his disposal.
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Mayweather collected 15 titles in five different weight classes in his career and he has a room entirely dedicated to those feats.
Mayweather's finances have continued to rise over the last few years with a variety of business ventures.
He recently sold his likeness to fuboTV and FaceBank while also signing up for personal meet-and-greet service Fanmio.
It comes following claims that the Michigan-born fighter is starting to run out of money.
Rapper and former close friend 50 Cent made the claims back in February, explaining to Hot 97: "I think he got to [fight] right now because the money's gone.
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"It's fight, get the money, spend the money, fight. With the lifestyle that money's gone. Trust me.
"Now it's like if you call him he'll be at your local nightclub because he needs that action right now."
Mayweather has denied the claims and explained he wants to earn 'billions and billions' like tech company Apple.
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