Floyd Mayweather shows off his illustrious car collection with the former world champion boasting dozens of impressive motors
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Floyd Mayweather has shown off his latest car collection in a staggering video featuring several vehicles.
The video, which is just over two minutes long, shows the undefeated boxer giving a guided tour of his garage as he lists the different vehicles he owns.
The cars range from a Bentley to a McLaren, with Mayweather joking that he's trying to decide which car to take out.
He shared the video on his Instagram account, with the caption: "The Money Team got homes all over the planet. At this particular property it’s 17 cars in a 30 car garage. The two other garages hold 5 cars each. I like to call it May Theft Auto."
"I don't know what we should take out tonight," he began. "We got so many choices, but it's always got to be black, always better in black, as you can see.
"Ferrari, Ferrari," he exclaimed as he began to walk down his garage, encouraging his cameraman to follow.
"We got Raris, Lambos, Rolls Royces, we got choices. A little bit of blue, we got choices.
"We've got the original McLaren, the Aventador, the Bentley, we got toys."
The 50-0 fighter began dipping into his bag of keys to turn on some of the vehicles as he ordered the person carrying the camera to show viewers the inside of some of the cars.
He went onto run down the different pronunciations of the Mercedes Maybach, before showing off his own, and, penultimately, revealed an impressive four-by-four.
He finished off the video but showing his limo, ordering the cameraman to show the ceiling of the car, which had several lights on. He ended the clip with a "see y'all" before walking off.
Mayweather has retired from in-ring competition, but still competes in exhibition matches and remains undefeated.
He's taken on the likes of Logan Paul and Deji since hanging up his professional gloves, but most of the matches involve the former world champion mocking his opponents before securing a victory.
He'll next take on UFC legend John Gotti III on June 11 in New York, with another easy win expected for the American.
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